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The Perennial Question: The New PMBOK is soon out – Should I write the Exam now or later?

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Question: I am new (beginner) to PMP and was looking to start my preparation for PMP with PMBOK 3rd Edition.

However, I’ve found on this forum that the 5th Edition is due by the end of 2012. Hence, would require the forum member’s suggestions on the following:

1. If I do study […]

Cornelius Fitchner: Contingency Plan vs Workaround

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Although many people use the terms “contingency plan” interchangeably with “workaround”, they are not the same. The difference between the two terms is related to whether the problems being handled were identified ahead of time or not. Contingency plans are made based on potential risks that are identified that could derail a […]

David Kohrell: Secondary versus Residual Risk

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Synonymous term or a different term, that’s a common question we receive in our course delivery for secondary versus residual risks. Those two terms sound quite a bit a like. Are they? No.


Summary of PMBOK 3rd edition vs PMBOK 4th edition & references

this is a very short summary of the difference of the two PMBOKs chapter by chapter […]

Roger Chou, PgMP: The Differences between the Third and Fourth Editions of the PMBOK ® Guide

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rcThe changes made to the PMBOK this year, are not just about presenting process names in a verb-noun format consistently.


Jim Owens: Life After PMP

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Hi everyone: The “Lessons Learned” is a great forum to browse, because it’s all about success – and everybody wants to be successful.


Jim Owens: Expectancy Theory

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Expectancy theory is a frequently misunderstood topic, so I thought that I would post this brief note for clarification. So often I hear people say that it means people will work harder if they expect the project manager to reward them. If this is what you […]

Dr. Paul D. Giammalvo: Open Source Trends and the Future of the Project Management Body of Knowledge……

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Colleagues, several weeks ago, an esteemed “fellow radical” colleague from Melbourne University, Ms. Danelle Jones, introduced me to an organization called “TED” (Technology, Entertainment and Design- http://www.ted.com/ )