Achieve PMP Exam Success: A Concise Study Guide for the Busy Project Manager

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J. Ross Pub., 2005 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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This easy-to-follow study guide, which includes a CD-ROM with over 400 practice exam questions and downloadable study aids, provides the busy project manager or student with a brief, yet comprehensive self-study program for successfully passing the PMP or CAPM exam on the first attempt. Used in conjunction with PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Guide, it presents all the fundamental knowledge, concepts, exercises and practice exam questions an aspiring project manager will need. Study time is made more efficient by its organization, which closely follows the PMBOK. It even incorporates key topics and concepts from the multiple PMI recommended readings, further reducing study time and eliminating the need for additional resources. It is a MUST for any aspiring PMP.

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Margaret Y. Chu (Fullerton, CA) is a founding partner with OuterCore Professional Development, LLC, a leadership and project management consulting firm in Newport Beach.

Diane Altwies, PMP, Janice Preston, PMP and Frank Reynolds, CAPM are leading subject matter experts with over 80 years of combined practical project management experience. They are accomplished course developers, authors and trainers that specialize in helping individuals successfully achieve project related certifications and offer quality project management, program management and business analysis training across the globe through Core Performance Concepts, Inc.

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