For those who are looking to obtain their PMP certification, look no further than your the PMI-LA chapter’s PMP preparation workshop! The purpose of this workshop is to assist students in their preparation for the PMP® Certification Exam. Each session of the workshop will be facilitated by a volunteer PMP® certified Instructor, and is... Read More »
I listed my recent post titled “Is the PMP a better investment than the MBA?“, on various LinkedIn groups to see what other project management professional thought about that idea, and the responses were more diverse and larger in quantity than I expected. Here are the groups that I listed the post on and... Read More »
I found this great graphic from a post by Nader Khorrami Rad, PMP on the Project Smart website: It shows how dominant the planning process has been over the evolution of each version of the PMBOK, starting from the 1st edition to the recent draft 5th edition, in terms processes and is the only section... Read More »
Got wind of the release of PMI’s PMBOK v5.0 from Mike Griffith’s blog. It seems to be set for release on January 2013. Mike is a legitimate source since he directly worked on the revisions to it, specifically chapter 6 which will have more Agile integrations: My contributions were on chapter 6 and... Read More »
The following is based on a book review of Harold Kerzner‘s project management “bible” titled, “Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling“, that was originally posted on Amazon back in October 2, 2007 right after I passed my PMP. Some reviewers on Amazon argued that this book was an “overkill” of information... Read More »
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