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Topics: Risk Management, Scheduling, Using PMI Standards
Have you reviewed the new risk & schedule practice standards yet?
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PMI recently released the updated scheduling and risk management practice standards. If you haven't downloaded and reviewed them yet, you can do so from:

https://www.pmi.org/pmbok-guide-standards/...risk-management

https://www.pmi.org/pmbok-guide-standards/...-scheduling-3rd

A few of us regular projectmanagement.com contributors (e.g. Sergio, Rami, Stelian) reviewed and provided feedback on the drafts of these standards.
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Hi Kiron: Thank you for making us aware of these and thank you so much for being part of the team to review and provide feedback on the drafts of these standards!
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Thanks Kiron for the information.
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Thank you Kiron
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Hi Kiron

Just trying to understand, are these draft version, after which a final version will be released – is this for next version PMBOK ?
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1 reply by Kiron Bondale
May 08, 2019 8:44 AM
Kiron Bondale
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Ganesh -

These standards are the final published versions. They are separate from the PMBOK Guide, but from a consistency perspective, are aligned with the PMBOK framework (e.g. naming of the RM processes). While it is possible that the next edition of the PMBOK Guide might incorporate some of the details provided by these two standards, that will be up to the volunteer committee working on that project once the decision is made as to when a new edition will be drafted.

Kiron
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Hi Kiron,
Thanks for sharing this .
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Thanks,

I did miss the Scheduling update
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May 08, 2019 12:33 AM
Replying to Ganesh
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Hi Kiron

Just trying to understand, are these draft version, after which a final version will be released – is this for next version PMBOK ?
Ganesh -

These standards are the final published versions. They are separate from the PMBOK Guide, but from a consistency perspective, are aligned with the PMBOK framework (e.g. naming of the RM processes). While it is possible that the next edition of the PMBOK Guide might incorporate some of the details provided by these two standards, that will be up to the volunteer committee working on that project once the decision is made as to when a new edition will be drafted.

Kiron

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