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This is the first part of a two-part interview with Tony Johnson, Founder and CEO of Crosswind Learning. Crosswind is a PMI REP based in Carrolton, Texas, that has been providing instruction in project management for 20 years.
In this part of the interview, we focus on the upcoming changes in the new edition of the PMBOK, including what that will mean for practitioners and especially how it will impact those preparing for the PMP exam. If you aren’t up to speed on how the new PMBOK is going to be different, you will definitely want to give this a listen because there are some significant changes being made to the structure of the standard and how things like Agile practices are being woven in.
And make sure to check back next week for Part 2 where Tony will share his recent experience going through PMI’s Disciplined Agile training.
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