PMP Exam Content Review is a thorough review of changes to the PMP® Exam effective August 31, 2011.
Although the new PMP® Exam is still based on the PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, exam... More > content will change.
This study guide serves as a knowledge bridge between the old and new PMP® Exam to help you:
1. Understand exam content changes by domain (i.e. Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling and Closing).
2. Hone in on what is changing and thereby bridge the gap in other preparatory study materials purchased prior to the changes.
3. Focus on what to study and how to ensure exam readiness and competence.
See chapter breakdown:
This is a Textual and Audio visual step by step explanation and expansion of earned value piece by piece. At the end of the book and tutorial, you will come away with enough information to lead you... More > on your path to being an EV expert. These are the foundations you need to move to the next level. Good for Project Managers without a clue how to implement EV or introduce it to their team. Also good to reinforce PMPs knowledge on real world EV. Lots of examples!
What is EV/EVM/EVMS?
How do you calculate EV, SPI, CPI? What is the reason for using Earned Value metrics?
What do you do after deducing these metrics?< Less
This book presents a compilation of key project management forms for the beginner to advanced project management student and is an addendum to the book Project Management Essentials by Praizion... More > Media. A great introduction to PMBOK® Guide concepts, tools and techniques it presents examples of PMBOK® Guide 5th edition documents, plans and tools, touching on key building blocks for success in real world project management.
Over 50% of the PMBOK® Guide editions (1st to 5th) is about tools, techniques, plans and project documents, however only few examples of the discussed tools, documents and plans are presented in it. This book will enable project managers have a better understanding of the key tools and techniques of project management. It also presents ideas for students to develop customized tools unique to their projects.
This book covers the five project management process groups:
• Monitoring and Controlling
• Closing< Less
When Mid-level and C-level management understand the value of the project manager's role and project management, they will be in support of it. Not overnight but with time. Only then will management... More > be able to properly strategize, implement and sustain great project management in an organization with the help of project managers, working together as one cohesive unit.
This book gives business executives a high-level understanding of project management, guidelines on implementing a great project management framework and how to sustain it while leading their teams to project management success.< Less
"The harsh realities of being without employment hit hard and I lived the nightmare trying everything possible, interview after interview, a two week stint at a civil engineering firm as an... More > office administrator and then being let go, disappointment upon disappointment until suddenly, a miracle broke through when I did something different and started a cascading effect of powerful life-changing events but that is just the beginning of what would become a seven year lesson on how to ace a project management interview or any interview at that."
Learn how to overcome the difficulties associated with job searches, interviews and self advancement as a project manager.< Less