Just announced ! The PMP® exam is changing as from December 30th 2020 !
In June 2019, the Project Management Institute (PMI) released the new PMP® Exam Content Outline for the scheduled PMP Exam change that was to take place on December 16, 2019. In August 2019, PMI moved the scheduled date to June 30, 2020. Due to the Corona situation, the new date is now 30th December 2020. The new outline shows a change from five domains to three domains, as well as the percentage of questions within each domain. The domains also illustrate the tasks of a project manager, along with the knowledge and skills associated with a project manager's work.
The new exam content outline is now available. Prepare yourself and follow the CAPM/PMP exam e-learning course now!
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How to run a small PMO ? (by Didier Brackx)
Is it always necessary to spend a lot of money in setting up a project management Office ? Is a PMO an unnecessary cost for small companies ?
How to be a project mentor ? (by Didier Brackx)
Once you have been a project manager for some time you may be asked to be a mentor. What’s that? Well, a mentor is someone who provides informal or structured support to another person, normally a junior project manager or someone who would like to move into project management.
Measuring value of a PMO V2.0 ? (By Didier Brackx)
Before getting started with any project, PMOs must identify the metrics they will be adopting to measure and demonstrate a business purpose and also to ensure that all mandates are being fulfilled. Much like their peer organizations, PMOs are well served to view metrics in two groups: