Prepare for PMP certification exam success with this fully updated and comprehensive study guide
This study guide serves as a comprehensive resource for those who plan on taking the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam administered by PMI. The book helps you prepare for the exam, and it will continue to serve project managers as an on-the-job reference book.
The PMP Project Management Professional Exam Study Guide, Tenth Edition is fully updated to include recent changes to the exam. New content covers the integral role that Agile and other iterative practices have in project management. Updates also address the pivotal responsibilities of the project manager and the skill sets required for this position. The study guide was written to reflect the Project Management Process and Procedures found in the revised A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge -- PMBOK® Guide, 6th Edition.
Well-known author and expert Kim Heldman, PMP, helps to prepare you for the exam with in-depth coverage of topics, concepts, and key terms. Learn more about the three main domain areas of people, process, and business environment, plus the predictive, agile, and hybrid approaches to project management.This guide is an effective learning aid that will take your understanding to the next level.
- Provides comprehensive material, covering the complete exam outline
- Lists chapter objectives and offers detailed discussions of these objectives
- Reflects differences in project management environments and approaches
- Effectively presents real world scenarios, project application sidebars, and chapter review questions
You’ll also connect to a beneficial, on-the-go resource: an interactive online learning environment and test bank. This environment includes an assessment test, chapter tests, practice exams, electronic flashcards, and a glossary of key terms. A thorough review is the best prep for a challenging certification exam. So, get ready with this essential PMP study guide.
About the Author
KIM HELDMAN, PMP®, is Senior Manager, IT/Chief Information Officer for the Regional Transportation District in Denver, Colorado, where she oversees an IT portfolio of projects that range from those small in scope and budget to multimillion-dollar, multiyear projects. Kim has more than 25 years of experience in IT project management, resource planning, budgeting, project prioritization, and strategic and tactical planning. Most of the real-world scenarios in this Study Guide are based on her actual experiences on the job. Visit her website at www.kimheldman.com.