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I found a small article on Internet that provides a brief history of Project Management in a succinct and lucid manner. I thought it would be worthwhile to share the article with my blog followers http://www.projectsmart.co.uk/brief-history-of-project-management.html I feel there is two errors in the article. [custom_list icon=”arrow-circle-right” iconcolor=”#5e9c19″] The article attributes the creation of scheduling […]Continue reading
In this post I have tried to consolidate some tips which will be useful for correctly answering PMP exam questions. These should be helpful to PMP aspirants. I have categorized the tips for answering the questions under 4 different categories. Read on… Questions Read the question carefully. Understand what the question is asking. Read the questions patiently. […]Continue reading
What is PMP Application Process? PMP aspirants have face difficulty while finding answer to this question. They have apprehensions about PMP application and certification process. PMP exam is considered to be tough exam. There are many uncertainties surrounding the exam. Aspirants are not only anxious about the study but they are also uncertain about PMP […]Continue reading
What happens when you go through PMI Audit Process? A few weeks ago I wrote an article on Frequently Asked Questions on PMI audit process. The article was appreciated by many people. I am writing this article in continuation to my last article. I have written it along with the help of Dhaval. Dhaval was […]Continue reading
Do we have PMBOK fifth edition?What is the current edition of PMBOK?Did PMI change edition of PMBOK after August 30, 2011?When is PMI going to come out with new edition of PMBOK?I heard that PMI is going to revise PMBOK to fifth edition in January 2012. Is it true? I hear these and similar questions […]Continue reading
This is a concluding article of 3 part series on “How to read PMBOK?” How to read PMBOK?How to read PMBOK? Part Deux! In order to read PMBOK quickly and understand it completely, one must:1. be an experienced PM2. read and absorb first 3 chapters fully before reading rest of the book3. read the book […]Continue reading
I am taking a break from a series on Fixed price projects and instead focusing on a question posed to me by a fellow PM. I will pick up the series thread in subsequent posts. How to read PMBOK? Simple answer – Do not read it unless you want to sleep. But as practicing project managers […]Continue reading