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PgMP (Program Management Professional) Certification - Book reference
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:
Thanks Sante
1 reply by Sante Delle-Vergini
May 26, 2018 1:13 AM
Sante Delle-Vergini
Are you thinking of doing that certification Kevin?
Thanks Sante
May 25, 2018 6:09 PM
Replying to Kevin Drake
Thanks Sante
Are you thinking of doing that certification Kevin?
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
I have this one on my "to check"list. Maybe you can take a look and see if it is interesting.
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
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.
Title: The Practitioner's Guide to Program Management
Author: Irene Didinsky, MBA, PMP
Hello, I would like to start PgMP, which books are good to read and then take exam

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