A Project Manager's Guide to Passing the Project Management (Pmp) Exam

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www.pmexam.com, 2003 - Project management - 258 pages
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Apply your project management skills to the unique challenges of information technology (IT) projects with strategies developed in the field by experienced IT project managers. Discover critical success factors and hidden risks?and get proven, cost-effective solutions.This book addresses all areas of IT project management: hardware, software, systems integration, and human resources. In addition, the book addresses the role of the project manager at each phase of the project life cycle and helps you to gain the foundation, experience, techniques and tools to manage each stage of your project. You will learn techniques to set goals tied directly to stakeholder needs, get the most from your project management team and utilize project management tools to get work done on time and within budget.Designed for both new and veteran project managers, this book extends traditional project management concepts into the IT arena. You?ll gain an understanding of the strategies and skills necessary to manage IT projects of any size.

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The PMP Certification Exam
Fundamentals of Project Management 17 Chapter 3 Characteristics of a Project
Initiating Process Group
Planning Process Group
Executing Process Group
Monitoring and Controlling Process Group 131 Chapter 8 Closing Process Group
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Brent Knapp is a PMP certified project manager who has published over ten books on project management. In addition, he is ITIL certified and holds 13 advanced technical certifications from IBM.

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