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November 2021 PMI Fact File Stats

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Posted by Kimberly Whitby on: December 14, 2021 01:24 PM | Permalink

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insightful.

Thank you for sharing Kimberly.

Dear Kimberly
Thank you for sharing with us the data for the month of November 2021

Thanks for sharing

Kimberly,
Thank you for sharing this PMI FACT FILE...

Useful information
The growth rate of DASSM certification seems to quite impressive
On the other hand why PgMP and PfMP are quite lagging behind. Does PMI has any insight on this?

Thanks for sharing Data

Hello Vijay - thanks for your inquiry. The PgMP and PfMP exams are geared more towards very experienced professionals – they require at minimum 8 years’ experience plus a few years of specialized experience (program or portfolio). The process for receiving this certification is also lengthy and includes a panel review process and an exam.

The DASSM, on the other hand, requires 2 years of experience and includes an online course and a shortened exam. I hope this clarifies your question!

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