In an era of increased financial scrutiny, shifting competitive pressures and business disruption from evolving technology, organizations seek advice on how to drive performance. They can find this insight in the new 2018 Pulse of the Profession®, released today on PMI.org.
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This webinar is Part II of a two-part series that is aimed at breaking down the computational content of the PMBOK® Guide and making it more understandable, as well as applicable to the real world.
This webinar is Part I of a two-part series that is aimed at breaking down the computational content of the PMBOK® Guide and making it more understandable, as well as applicable to the real world.
Whether you are developing a learning course as its own project, or you need to develop documentation materials as part of a larger project, the PMBOK can guide your whole development process. If you are a Project Manager working with content developers or instructional designers, or if your projects involve the creation of documentation, training of other “knowledge” materials, you will get a lot out of this presentation.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition Mind Maps (Spanish)
Esta presentación tiene un mapa mental para cada área de conocimiento que resume todos los procesos (con entradas, herramientas y resultados) para tener en cuenta las tareas cotidianas relacionadas con la administración del proyecto. Se basa en una Guía para el Cuerpo de Conocimiento de la Gestión de Proyectos (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition y puede usarse para estudiar, entrenar o como un refresco.
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To stay certified, you’ll need to participate in professional development activities, and earn and report professional development units (PDUs). Did you know that PMI members who hold more than one credential can count the same PDUs toward the renewal of multiple credentials?
Across 37 countries included in PMI’s latest salary survey, Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification holders report higher median salaries than those without the certification. This is a key finding of the upcoming Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey 10th Edition―a leading source of data on project practitioner earning―incorporating responses from more than 33,000 project management practitioners.
Brainstorming is a recognized idea-generating tool and it certainly has a home in project management. The more ideas you generate, the greater your chances are of coming up with good ideas. Follow these guidelines for a productive brainstorming session.
Commitment to quality and implementation of programs aimed at process improvement are becoming focal points to increase overall performance. The incorporation of total quality management (TQM), a leading management philosophy, with strategic planning is natural and inevitable.
As organizations increasingly face cybersecurity issues and make plans to stay a step ahead, there is a case for introducing information security (along with a proposed Security Review Board to stimulate the thought process) as part of project management processes.
In his previous article, the author provided an overview of the materiel changes of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Sixth Edition. This article dives one layer deeper to discover the process changes.
PMI has released a new edition of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). Here, a practitioner gives an overview of some of the evolutionary changes of the sixth edition.
Perhaps—like 500,000-plus other people—you have some form of Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) credential and are looking to distinguish yourself and continue your learning journey. For credential seekers, this article explores some common paths.
PMI recently published the new A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Sixth Edition and the accompanying Agile Practice Guide. So anyone considering taking the PMP® or PMI-ACP® exam is probably wondering if and how these new releases impact their study plans...
PMI is providing an opportunity for interested experts to review and comment on the draft of the Standard for Organizational Project Management (OPM). This new standard, which will replace the current Implementing Organizational Project Management: A Practice Guide, has been developed by a global team of OPM, PMO and methodology experts, and we are now looking for broad, public comment to help us improve the quality of the document before its publication.
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