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Getting Comfortable with PMBOK

by Bruce Garrod

Are you starting the process of getting ready for the CAPM or PMP exam? Are you confused by the many articles that talk about the differences between PMBOK editions? The goal of this article is to clear away some of that confusion.

Nails and Screws: The PMP vs. PRINCE2 Debate

by Mike Griffiths

Working in North America, it’s easy to dismiss PRINCE2 as some obscure, also-ran oddity from across the pond that has limited popularity. A little like afternoon tea or cricket, you hear about it occasionally, but don’t come across it in regular work very often. However, that is a stereotyped view that no longer applies.

The Path to the PMP (Part 12)

by Bruce Garrod

The Project Procurement Management knowledge area often causes stress to potential PMP exam takers, but it doesn't have to be that way. There are, however, a few important elements within the process that will need to be studied in further detail.

The Path to the PMP (Part 9)

by Bruce Garrod

Sometimes when exercising, it’s not necessary to do heavy lifting or run long distances. There can be easier days that still contribute to overall success. Project Human Resource Management is one of those easier days...but don’t take it lightly.

The Path to the PMP (Part 8)

by Bruce Garrod

Quality Management is a difficult knowledge area for people to connect with as they study for the PMP exam. Sadly, PMI also recognizes the weakness and includes plenty of questions to test your abilities.

The Growth of the PMI-ACP Certification

by Mike Griffiths

It is not often we get a chance to watch the growth of a new certification as it occurs. The PMI-ACP is the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) new Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP) credential. It was launched with a pilot program at the end of 2011 and then a formal launch in 2012. How popular will this new credential become?

The Path to the PMP (Part 6)

by Bruce Garrod

As we continue our PMP workout, we look at the Project Time Management knowledge area--which involves six processes that interact with each other and are described as discrete and sequential, but in reality may overlap.

The Path to the PMP (Part 7)

by Bruce Garrod

The best part about Project Cost Management is that there are only three processes. And while the first two processes are light dumbbell lifting, the third throws some heavy barbell exercises your way. Are you prepared?

Do You Really Know What You Think You Know?

by Andy Jordan

It’s inevitable that we tend to take things that we are familiar with for granted. Let's look at how each of us can recognize those areas of our knowledge that are stagnating--and what we can do to avoid losing that knowledge altogether.

Agile Certifications: Happenings in industry and your career

by Jesse Fewell
February 27, 2013 | 45:16 | Views: 470 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.90 / 5

With the growing popularity of managing projects using Agile, many of us are left wondering where to start? Which book, which training, and above all which certification should I pursue? Learn about the various Agile resources available through PMI.

The Merits and Limits of Certification

by Alistair Cockburn, James Shore
May 24, 2011 | 58:49 | Views: 414 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.12 / 5

Please join us for a lively discussion between Alistair Cockburn and James Shore about the merits and limitations of certifications.



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