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PMBOK Sixth Edition Updates

  • Posted by epm-admin
  • On January 4, 2018
  • Leadership in Action, Project Management, Training
When will the PMP Exam change? The PMP exam is going to change on 26 March 2018 to reflect the updates on the PMBOK® Guide 6th edition. The PMP Exam uses the PMBOK® Guide as its primary reference, including other project management publications. What to Expect on the Updated Exam? With the growing use of agile and adaptive practices, […]
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Involve Your Team

  • Posted by epm-admin
  • On October 8, 2015
  • Leadership in Action, Project Management, Training
During earlier days, project managers would diligently and independently plan behind their workstations. They strategize, estimate, control work activities and make decisions and work their best to achieve desired end results on time, within budget and customer specification. The rest of project management focuses on tasking the assignments and controlling. Organizations attempting projects across business […]
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Define Your Baselines

  • Posted by epm-admin
  • On August 29, 2014
  • Project Management
One of your responsibilities as a project manager is to plan and seek agreement for a project management baseline; some refer to it as your project baseline or performance measurement baseline (PMB). The project baseline is largely defined by a triangle of project constraints, namely the defined scope of work, an agreed schedule and the […]
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How to Plan and Manage any Project Successfully

  • Posted by epm-admin
  • On August 29, 2014
  • Project Management, Project planning
Your boss has asked you to organise the company annual gathering. The budget is $50,000. The event must be held in the next three months. You will be responsible for arranging flights and hotels for overseas staff, arranging an off-site venue, booking food and drink including choice of special menus, arranging entertainment, motivational speakers, video […]
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