PMI recently published the new A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Sixth Edition and the accompanying Agile Practice Guide. So anyone considering taking the PMP® or PMI-ACP® exam is probably wondering if and how these new releases impact their study plans...
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This webinar is Part II of a two-part series that is aimed at breaking down the computational content of the PMBOK® Guide and making it more understandable, as well as applicable to the real world.
This webinar is Part I of a two-part series that is aimed at breaking down the computational content of the PMBOK® Guide and making it more understandable, as well as applicable to the real world.
Whether you are developing a learning course as its own project, or you need to develop documentation materials as part of a larger project, the PMBOK can guide your whole development process. If you are a Project Manager working with content developers or instructional designers, or if your projects involve the creation of documentation, training of other “knowledge” materials, you will get a lot out of this presentation.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition Mind Maps (Spanish)
Esta presentación tiene un mapa mental para cada área de conocimiento que resume todos los procesos (con entradas, herramientas y resultados) para tener en cuenta las tareas cotidianas relacionadas con la administración del proyecto. Se basa en una Guía para el Cuerpo de Conocimiento de la Gestión de Proyectos (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition y puede usarse para estudiar, entrenar o como un refresco.
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PMI is providing an opportunity for interested experts to review and comment on the draft of the Standard for Organizational Project Management (OPM). This new standard, which will replace the current Implementing Organizational Project Management: A Practice Guide, has been developed by a global team of OPM, PMO and methodology experts, and we are now looking for broad, public comment to help us improve the quality of the document before its publication.
In releasing a new Agile Practice Guide and its latest edition of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) as companion pieces, the Project Management Institute is encouraging organizations and practitioners to embrace the entire landscape of project management approaches.
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You've passed the exam and become a Project Management Professional. Now what? What are the expectations of you from your co-workers? And what are the expectations you have of yourself?
A key component to project success is the project manager’s ability to facilitate diverse groups toward discovery or consensus decision making through effective meeting management. Keep these tips in mind to keep your audience engaged.
Maintaining a certification is an important part of the process. Do you give it the respect it deserves, or do you simply see a target “score” you have to meet?
You want to expand on your knowledge and professional credential; you are thinking the certification route is the way to go. Which will best add value to your career?
The Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) is a collection of principles that both novice and the experienced within the project management profession can utilize to develop good practices into best practices. The key to unlocking the power of these principles is increasing one’s understanding of the embedded gems that allow you to successfully navigate through a project’s life cycle using PMBOK® Guide process groups, knowledge areas and processes.
|A.||Certifications attached to your name are inappropriate when using social media. Readers disregard them since you can just make them up whether or not you actually hold them. A better choice is to find some way in the message, text or tweet to reference your skill in project management through specific examples and your delight in passing the exams.|
|B.||The fine print you sign when applying for the Project Management Institute exams states that you are not allowed to announce your certifications in any way other than on a business card. The print on the cart must be Helvetica 12 point and the color of the type must match exactly the color of the PMI logo.|
|C.||What you need is a digital badge, which is a web-ready version of a certification. PMI has asked a third-party to distribute these to you. This allows you to get recognition on the internet for the accomplishments you have achieved that can be verified. Learn how to access these, if you qualify.|
|D.||What you need is a design team to create a cut-and-paste logo for your business that shows your name and photo with all of the credentials you have earned. Place it into web locations you use by associating it back to your own personal computer through a URL created by a custom site that shortens links.|
What the construction of Iron Bridge embodies is one of the defining characteristics of complexity, one that any project manager might expect to encounter in their own projects. But what exactly are we referring to when we talk about complexity in projects?
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