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Describing a Project Manager can be a little nebulous. Regardless of what the PMBOK says, or some job description on some web page. A project manager is defined differently at most every job. I came across Amparo Escrig’s article called … Continue reading
I inherited a project that appeared to be on schedule. What I didn’t understand was how the scope had changed over the last several weeks. I expected my team to help me understand what I needed to measure and how … Continue reading
This content is curated from LeadingAgile by Mike Cottmeyer. To view the original post in full, click here. Any agile transformation starts by understanding of what the end state of your organization looks like and how that organization will coordinate … Continue reading
The PMI Published The PMBoK One of the first things that I did when I started preparing for the PMP exam, is I became a member of the PMI organization. PMI is the largest project management organization on the face … Continue reading
It Is All In The Preparation I remember a backpacking trip I went on when I was a boy scout. I had almost forgotten about it, and put my pack together in a big hurry. I quickly went through a … Continue reading
PMP Certification Can Expand Your Horizons When I was young, I went to visit my uncle on the coast of Washington state. We did a little fishing in the surf of a kind of protected harbor. We managed to nab … Continue reading
PMI Certification Questions The PMI is the Project Management Institute. They are the administrators of the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification. The PMP is globally acknowledged as the world’s leading credential for project management. Projects have been determined to be … Continue reading
Earn 37 PDUs with The Agile PrepCast By Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM Are you a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)®, Program Management Professional (PgMP)®, or PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® in need of Professional Development Units (PDUs)? Then use … Continue reading
Corporate Knowledge Base The following are what makes up the organizational knowledge base for storing and retrieving information. Baselines of the performing organization’s standards, processes, procedures, policies and documentation around the project. It also includes the configuration management databases. All … Continue reading
Project Management Processes Project management is applying knowledge, tools, techniques, and skills to activities that meet the requirements of the project. The processes that combine together to facilitate the application of knowledge makes up what we know as the project … Continue reading
PMP Exam Questions One of the important aspects of preparing for your PMP Certification is going through a process of answering a series of sample questions that are purposely meant to test your readiness for the big day. As you … Continue reading
Recently Gobal Knowledge put out a list of 10 reasons ALL IT people should learn project management. You can download their report here. The reasons include the ability to deal with increasing speed, velocity, and change. It includes the standard … Continue reading
Do You Know the Answers? The following PMP® exam sample question is taken from the Free PMP Exam Simulator (The answer is at the very bottom): —————————— Which of the following tasks will not be done by the processes in … Continue reading
PMP Exam Prep The PMP Exam consists of 200 questions. There is a training and experience requirement before you can even sit for the exam. The training includes some 35 “contact” hours, but can be accumulated from accredited courses, online … Continue reading
Project Management Project management has been characterized as the application of knowledge, tools, skills and techniques to all project activities to comply with the project requirements. You could say that project management is actually accomplished through using the appropriate application … Continue reading
Guest post by Derek Singleton You can link up with Derek on Google +. Does it Pay Off to Get the PMP? Does it Pay Off to Get a Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification? Many project managers find themselves asking … Continue reading
Agile Project Management Agile project management is a methodology that can improve time to market, over all expense, and delivering what the customer wants by iteratively reviewing requirements, developments, short-term project plans. So much of the time and expense of … Continue reading
If you are truly interested in passing the PMP exam, a teacher or instructor will be very useful to you. PMP Exam Certification classes often have 90+ percent pass rates, where self-study comes in at only around 60 percent pass … Continue reading
Ever wondered how to craft the chart that should go on your PMP Braindump? Wonder no more. This article builds the chart from the bottom up, leaving none of the details behind. You will learn exactly how to create the project management process group / knowledge area chart in the easiest way to remember for your braindump sheet. Continue reading