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PMI-RMP & new standard for risk management in portfolios, programs, and projects
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As you can see in attached link a new standard for risk management in portfolios, programs, and projects is coming soon, even I participated in exposure draft.

https://www.pmi.org/pmbok-guide-standards/about/current-projects

The new standard is not only focus in project risk management, but program and portfolio management.

Any insight about the impact in PMI-RMP certification? Should also PMI-RMP certification be tailored to an agile approach? Any forecast about when will PMI-RMP certification exam change?
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Those guides or new revisions are not yet released - I participated in the review of some of them. As for the risk management standard, I believe the new edition will be released very soon and normally upon the release of the new edition the exam is changed to reflect the new material / edition but not immediately, within an average of 3 Months probably. You can follow the exam changes via this link: https://www.pmi.org/certifications/exam-changes
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1 reply by Mario de Travesedo
Dec 05, 2018 2:54 PM
Mario de Travesedo
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Thanks Rami

I knew the link, but now is still focus on 2018.
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Mario -

Based on the last updated I'd received from Marvin Nelson, the standard itself will be published in early Q2 of 2019. Given the significant rewrite to the original, I think it is reasonable to assume that there will be a refresh to the exam based on the new standard and on the Sixth Edition of the PMBOK Guide and launch of the Agile Practice Guide, but I'd suspect they will start with a Role Delineation Study first, then update the Exam Content Outline, and finally update the exam. So, I'd be very surprised if the exam changes anytime before 2020.

I work for a PMI R.E.P. and there's nothing announced on the R.E.P. updates micro-site for either a new RMP or Scheduling exam...

Kiron
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2 replies by Mario de Travesedo and Rami Kaibni
Dec 05, 2018 2:53 PM
Mario de Travesedo
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Thanks Kyron

It´ll be good to know more about the roadmap of this certification, so people interested in obtaining it can plan accordingly.

The same for people who are training future PMI-RMP certified.

Also it´ll be a plus to have it in spanish as PMI-ACP certification.
Dec 05, 2018 3:32 PM
Rami Kaibni
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That is good info Kiron !
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Dec 05, 2018 11:43 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Mario -

Based on the last updated I'd received from Marvin Nelson, the standard itself will be published in early Q2 of 2019. Given the significant rewrite to the original, I think it is reasonable to assume that there will be a refresh to the exam based on the new standard and on the Sixth Edition of the PMBOK Guide and launch of the Agile Practice Guide, but I'd suspect they will start with a Role Delineation Study first, then update the Exam Content Outline, and finally update the exam. So, I'd be very surprised if the exam changes anytime before 2020.

I work for a PMI R.E.P. and there's nothing announced on the R.E.P. updates micro-site for either a new RMP or Scheduling exam...

Kiron
Thanks Kyron

It´ll be good to know more about the roadmap of this certification, so people interested in obtaining it can plan accordingly.

The same for people who are training future PMI-RMP certified.

Also it´ll be a plus to have it in spanish as PMI-ACP certification.
Network:509



Dec 05, 2018 11:08 AM
Replying to Rami Kaibni
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Those guides or new revisions are not yet released - I participated in the review of some of them. As for the risk management standard, I believe the new edition will be released very soon and normally upon the release of the new edition the exam is changed to reflect the new material / edition but not immediately, within an average of 3 Months probably. You can follow the exam changes via this link: https://www.pmi.org/certifications/exam-changes
Thanks Rami

I knew the link, but now is still focus on 2018.
Network:104510



Dec 05, 2018 11:43 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Mario -

Based on the last updated I'd received from Marvin Nelson, the standard itself will be published in early Q2 of 2019. Given the significant rewrite to the original, I think it is reasonable to assume that there will be a refresh to the exam based on the new standard and on the Sixth Edition of the PMBOK Guide and launch of the Agile Practice Guide, but I'd suspect they will start with a Role Delineation Study first, then update the Exam Content Outline, and finally update the exam. So, I'd be very surprised if the exam changes anytime before 2020.

I work for a PMI R.E.P. and there's nothing announced on the R.E.P. updates micro-site for either a new RMP or Scheduling exam...

Kiron
That is good info Kiron !

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