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Opportunity to Participate in PMI Standards Development
Do you want an opportunity to help shape a global project management standard that has sold more than 6 million copies?

Review and provide feedback to the exposure draft of The Standard for Project Management, which is published as part of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). The PMBOK® Guide is undergoing revision for its seventh edition.

The exposure draft will be available for public review and comment online from 8 a.m. EST, 15 January 2020 to 5 p.m. EST, 14 February 2020. Anyone interested in project management is welcome to participate. The Exposure Draft may be accessed here on Wednesday the 15th.

This is an opportunity to get involved and provide your unique insights as your input is critical to ensuring that the Standard for Project Management continues to be a comprehensive and valued resource for project management practitioners worldwide.
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Thank you for the priveledge.How about an eleventh knowledge area called "Tailoring"??
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1 reply by Kiron Bondale
Jan 14, 2020 8:29 AM
Kiron Bondale
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Mohan -

The new edition is not organized along Knowledge Area lines the way the previous editions had been. And yes, tailoring is a focus of one of the sections of the new edition assuming it wasn't dropped after we provided our feedback.

Kiron
Dear George
Thank you for drawing our attention to this important point.

We may read and / or participate with proposals for the new version of PMBOK Guide.
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1 reply by George Lewis
Jan 14, 2020 7:59 AM
George Lewis
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Luis,
I didn't understand this last stateent.... can you please explain it...

"Just will not read and / or participate with proposals for the new version of PMBOK Guide who does not want"
Jan 14, 2020 6:36 AM
Replying to Luis Branco
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Dear George
Thank you for drawing our attention to this important point.

We may read and / or participate with proposals for the new version of PMBOK Guide.
Luis,
I didn't understand this last stateent.... can you please explain it...

"Just will not read and / or participate with proposals for the new version of PMBOK Guide who does not want"
I really want it but I do not have time.
Jan 14, 2020 6:28 AM
Replying to Mohan Kalu
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Thank you for the priveledge.How about an eleventh knowledge area called "Tailoring"??
Mohan -

The new edition is not organized along Knowledge Area lines the way the previous editions had been. And yes, tailoring is a focus of one of the sections of the new edition assuming it wasn't dropped after we provided our feedback.

Kiron
15 January 2020



Dear Colleague,



Reference: Exposure Draft of The Standard for Project Management

In accordance with PMI’s Project Management Standards Development Procedures, the exposure draft of The Standard for Project Management is now available for your review and comment. We encourage your thorough review of the document and your submission of any substantive recommendations to improve the content. You may submit your comments by following the Exposure Draft procedures described on this website. This exposure draft will close on Friday, 14 February 2020 at 5:00 p.m. EST.

The Standard for Project Management is subject to a full-consensus process which means:

· All of your submitted comments go through adjudication by the PMBOK® Guide development committee;

· The committee will review and respond to each comment;

· You will receive the committee’s response via email; and

· If you disagree with the committee’s decision regarding your comments, you may file an appeal. Information about the appeals process will be sent with the committee’s responses to your comments.

To help manage adjudication of the thousands of comments expected on the exposure draft and to encourage commenters to focus on substantive feedback on the exposure draft for The Standard for Project Management, editorial and grammatical comments will not be considered. The rationale for this action is that the text will change and shift based on adjudication of comments and final editing.

Additional information about the nature of the changes to the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition, a Frequently Asked Questions document and other resources are available to you at https://ed.pmi.org.

The personal information and e-mail address you enter on this site will only be used by PMI and the committee to track your participation in the exposure draft process and correspond with you about any comments you submit.

Thank you for your participation in this review.

Danielle Ritter

Product Manager, PMI Standards

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