TweetWhen you are applying for your PMP exam, one of the trickiest things (and the one thing majority of people get audited based on miss ups in) is the number of hours & months you enter. The main thing to watch out from is the hours of experience you enter in each project. This should account towards [...]
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I like Dennis’ approach in presenting complex and advanced concepts in an easy and related way. Makes reading such other wise boring stuff very enticing, even for the non-expert audience.
The PMOSIG Program Management Office Handbook: Strategic and Tactical Insights for Improving Results
Excellent book which is the collective effort of a number of people, and put in a great formatting by both Craig and Dennis. Recommended for people with good knowledge of Organizational Project Management.
Focus on how a project-based culture is not only in the organization’s best interest, but how it touches the day-to-day interests of everyone within the organization and makes their jobs easier and their efforts worthwhile
TweetI don’t understand why they changed the website for PMI. The new one looks much less appealing, and not at all more user-friendly, and extremely retro in design!
Tweet One of the good ideas that PMI has done recently. Although the majority of templates are clearly done in a hurry, and without putting too much thought into them (some are not even fit for actual implementation), but it is for sure a very good start for creating and establishing your own templates. Full [...]
TweetTo report your PDUs & maintain your PMI credential (PMP, PgMP, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP…), follow those simple steps: Visit the Continuous Certification Requirements System at PMI website. To your top right edge of the page, long in using your PMI username & password. (To report your PDUs, you have to have a valid PMI username/password, and they work [...]
TweetThe third step in passing your PgMP is passing the Multi-Rater Assessment – MRA. You are expected to provide 12 reference contacts broken down as follows: 1 Supervisor 4 Peers 4 Direct Reports 4 Additional Contacts from any of the above!