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Where I can submit the important notes prepared for PMP exam - PMBOK 6
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Would like to know where I can share/submit in project management.com, the short notes prepared for PMP-PMBOK6 quick reference on the usage of subproject plan name in each process, what are tools & technique name falling under each process, project document falling under each process and the main output of each process - This may help for new PMP aspirants who are preparing for exam.
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Send your article in Microsoft Word format as an email attachment to virtual.library@pmi.org.
Accepted articles will be professionally edited by PMI staff or a PMI contractor. Authors can make final revisions on the paper. Once PMI and the author agree that a version is final, it is posted on the Knowledge Shelf.Knowledge Shelf articles must meet a minimum length of 1,500 words.
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1 reply by Ramakant Beernally
Jun 09, 2019 10:20 AM
Ramakant Beernally
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Thanks for your reply but it is an Excel spreadsheet containing multiple sheets so that can be emailed to given email id?
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Jun 08, 2019 3:31 PM
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Send your article in Microsoft Word format as an email attachment to virtual.library@pmi.org.
Accepted articles will be professionally edited by PMI staff or a PMI contractor. Authors can make final revisions on the paper. Once PMI and the author agree that a version is final, it is posted on the Knowledge Shelf.Knowledge Shelf articles must meet a minimum length of 1,500 words.
Thanks for your reply but it is an Excel spreadsheet containing multiple sheets so that can be emailed to given email id?
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Ramakant,

look at this page
https://www.projectmanagement.com/pages/19...tManagement-com

it should give you all the information regarding contributing to this site.

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