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Wicked Problem Solving Course Review (PMI)

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Welcome to my PMI Wicked Problem Solving review! Project management has so many challenges to solve every day, so having a toolbox of techniques (and the right attitude) will help you deliver projects successfully. The WPS course is a self-paced video training class is a partnership between PMI and Tom Wujeck.

PMI 434
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A History of PMI & Its Role in Project Management

ProjectManager.com

Project management is no different. The Project Management Institute (PMI) is a nonprofit organization for those working in project management across the globe. If you have even a passing interest in the field, then you’ve bumped up against PMI. Quick Facts About PMI. The PMI footprint is huge.

PMI 273
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Change management helps when implementing risk responses

Kiron Bondale

Risk management requires investment from stakeholders outside of the project team to really make a difference. Getting a reluctant stakeholder to commit themselves to a risk response requires change management so let’s see if Prosci’s ADKAR® change model could be used as a framework to achieve this objective.

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PMI-PgMP® Certification

Techno-PM

The Project Management Institute's Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PgMP) certification is one of the most sought-after certifications for professionals who want to enter the project management field. This course is designed to help you prepare for and pass the PMI-PgMP Certification exam.

PMI 62
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3 Exam Content Outline Domains for the PMP exam

Rebel’s Guide to PM

A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – ( PMBOK® Guide ) Seventh Edition represents a major shift in the way ‘how to do project management’ is presented by PMI. Instead of the Knowledge Areas , we have the whole body of project management split up into performance domains. Yes, it’s a lot.

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Project management degrees: Do you need one and what you can do with it

Rebel’s Guide to PM

She wrote: I have been advised that you have to do a degree in a particular subject e.g. engineering, do project management training e.g. PMI®, PRINCE2® etc and work your way up in order to become a project manager. If y ou’ve got the project management skills and aptitude, you can expect to progress quite quickly.

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PMI-RMP® Certification

Techno-PM

Overview: The Project Management Institute's Registered Risk Manager Program (PMI-RMP®) is a risk management certification for project managers. The program covers the process of managing risk in projects and organizations and provides an understanding of how to build more sustainable, resilient systems.

PMI 36