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Nice question!Once I'm confused too.After some research,I found it is dificult to mach exactly.Because these are two aspects.The PMBOK is the knowledge system,but the task comes from the specific work of project management?the specific work may invloves knowledge in different fields.However,we can roughly match but not completely accurate.
Hope it helps
Thank you for posting the question.
I think this "Task" piece could be specifically related to the provider or the content you are using to take the test. PMBOK does not seem to have something well defined as "Task" as far as know. The entire PMBOK is structured based on Knowledge Area or Process Groups. These further have processes (49 in total). I am not sure there is a standardized reference of "Tasks" anywhere in PMBOK.
Remember that there are many reference sources used by exam item writers that go beyond the PMBOK Guide. As such, don't expect to see direct mapping between the tasks and PMBOK sections.
As Sarfaraj indicates, support material for the tasks might be better found in a PMP self-study guide than in the PMBOK Guide itself.
I do not have a mapping table ECO-PMBoK beyond domains-process groups, but do I show in my classes a summary of all ECO tasks and can easily relate them to PMBoK content for each knowledge area. If you cannot, it would be wise to try to find the related PMBoK content.
Some could be detailed better in other books, as Kiron points out, but all are in there.
For example, "Capture, analyse & manage lessons learned" is Section 4.3 knowledge management.
Would be a good learning exercise to create such a table.
Will be a similar exercise for ECO 2020 and PMBoK ed6 (done) and then ed7.
Can tell you that it is worse with Program Mgmt, as the standard and ECO partly seem to contradict each other.
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