PMP: Project Management Professional Study Guide, 3rd Edition By Kim Heldman

Kim Heldman, «PMP: Project Management Professional Study Guide, 3rd Edition»
Publisher: Sybex; 3 edition (September 23, 2005) | ISBN-10: 078213601X | ISBN-13: 978-0782136012 | 592 Pages | File type: PDF | 9.2 mb

To provide exam candidates with the most up-to-date study material for the highly respected Project Management Professional certification from PMI, Sybex has refreshed its best-selling Study Guide to cover the latest version of the PMP exam, which reflects updated PmbOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge). You get the most comprehensive PMP exam prep package, including a CD with an advanced testing engine, electronic flashcards, and an e-book! After studying this book's in-depth coverage of all official PMP exam objectives plus new project management case studies and practice questions, you'll be ready to approach the exam with confidence.
From the Back Cover
Whether you're a current project manager seeking to validate the skills and knowledge acquired through years of practical experience or a newcomer to the PM field looking to strengthen your resume, the PMP certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI) provides you with the means to do so. This new edition of the best-selling PMP: Project Management Professional Study Guide covers the 2005 updates to both the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PmbOK) and the PMP exam. Author Kim Heldman presents the material in a clear and accessible manner, taking you through the process groups in their logical order so you understand the parts and the whole equally well.
Project Initiation. Determining project goals, determining deliverables, determining process outputs, documenting constraints, documenting assumptions, defining strategies, producing formal documentation.
Project Planning. Refining a project, creating a WBS, developing a resource management plan, determining resource requirements, defining budgets, refining time and costs estimates, establishing project controls, obtaining plan approval.
Project Execution. Committing and implementing resources, managing and communicating progress, implementing quality assurance procedures.
Project Control. Measuring performance, refining control links, taking corrective action, evaluating effectiveness of corrective action, ensuring plan compliance, reassessing control plans, responding to risk event triggers, monitor project activity.
Project Closing. Obtaining acceptance of deliverables, documenting lessons learned, facilitating closure, preserving product records and tools, releasing resources.
Professional Responsibility. Ensuring integrity, contributing to knowledge base, balancing stakeholder interests, respecting differences. |


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