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PgMP (Program Management Professional) Certification - Book reference
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Hey PMs,

I'm interested in doing PgMP (Program Management Professional).. Which is the best book for reference? I'm looking at a book much like Rita Mulcahy's PMP Exam prep / Mike Griffith's book on PMI ACP Exam. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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This one is suppose to be good, and has good reviews:

https://www.amazon.com/PgMP-Exam-Preparati...e/dp/2954607807
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Thanks Sante
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
May 26, 2018 1:13 AM
Sante Vergini
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Are you thinking of doing that certification Kevin?
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Thanks Sante
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May 25, 2018 6:09 PM
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Thanks Sante
Are you thinking of doing that certification Kevin?
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I have met people who've said that they are stuck in a PMP certification, unable to move up. PgMP is the logical solution - it's the next step
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Hi,
I have this one on my "to check"list. Maybe you can take a look and see if it is interesting.

https://www.crcpress.com/From-Projects-to-...urce=igodigital
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Hi Faisal. Also, please check books by Dr Ginger Levin. I used this along with the one mentioned in one of the above posts. You must study the Standard as the primary reference. Also check www.vcareprojectmanagement.com
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Hi Faisal, My books based on SPM 4th Edition are ready and available to purchase. You can consider my following books -

1. Complete Reference Guide for PgMP 5th Edition
2. PgMP Challenger - Question Bank
3. PgMP Pathfinder

The best way to prepare for your PgMP is by joining my Bootcamp, Personal or Group Mentoring Program. I am starting my next Group Mentoring program from 16th June. Please let me know if you want more information.
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Title: The Practitioner's Guide to Program Management
Author: Irene Didinsky, MBA, PMP

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