The importance and need to measure risks can’t be understated. Whether it is performed in the initial Basis of Estimate (BOE) or kickoff meeting, risk identification is one of the first items a project team plans at the beginning of a project. During the BOE or kickoff meeting, the project team will collaborate to identify […]
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In September 2017, the Project Management Institute (PMI) released the sixth edition of “A Guide To The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)® Guide” for Project Management Professional. To reflect the newest edition of the PMBOK®, PMI® has updated the PMP® exam. The PMP® exam change to include the new PMBOK® information will go into effect […]
Business and organization requirements evolve at a rapid pace and technology has been advancing at an even faster pace. However, the fast pace doesn’t stop companies from re-evaluating their training methods and strategies. In actuality, it may even encourage a need for training. According to Benjamin Franklin, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” […]
So you’ve earned your Project Management Professional® certification and all the stress of the exam has melted away. Now you can sit back, relax, and enjoy all that being a PMP® has to offer. Well almost. Being a PMP® is an honor within any industry, it validates the time, knowledge, effort, and skills it takes […]
The Project Management process is connecting all the components necessary to meet specific goals and criteria for success. The Project Manager is essentially the captain of the project at hand and is responsible for ensuring that project challenges are addressed, risks are mitigated and, overall, it runs as planned. The most well-known project management process […]