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Table Of Contents

1 Foreword
3 Project Management Professional
4 Exam Specifics
5 Exam Prerequisites
6 Project Management Framework
6.1 Project Management Framework
6.1.1 The Framework
6.1.2 The Knowledge Areas
6.1.3 Other Management Disciplines
6.1.4 Related Activities
6.2 Project Management Context
6.2.1 Project Phases
6.2.2 Project Life Cycle
6.2.3 Project Stakeholders
6.2.4 Organizational Influences
6.2.5 General Management Skills
6.2.6 Socioeconomic Influences
6.3 Process Management Processes
6.3.1 Process Groups
6.3.2 Process Interactions
7 Project Integration Management
7.1 Project Plan Development
7.1.1 Inputs to Project Plan Development
7.1.2 Tools and Techniques for Project Plan Development
7.1.3 Outputs from Project Plan Development
7.1.4 Structure of a Project Plan
7.2 Project Plan Execution
7.2.1 Inputs to Project Plan Execution
7.2.2 Tools and Techniques for Project Plan Execution
7.2.3 Outputs from Project Plan Execution
7.3 Overall Change Control
7.3.1 Inputs to Overall Change Control
7.3.2 Tools and Techniques for Overall Change Control
7.3.3 Change Control Systems
7.3.4 Configuration Management
7.3.5 Outputs from Overall Project Control
8 Project Scope Management
8.1 Initiation
8.1.1 Inputs to process
8.1.3 Project Selection Methods
8.1.4 Expert Judgment
8.1.5 Outputs from Initiation
8.2 Scope Planning
8.2.1 Inputs to Scope Planning
8.2.3 Outputs from Scope Planning
8.2.4 Scope Statements
8.3 Scope Definition
8.3.1 Inputs to process
8.3.3 Decomposition
8.3.4 Outputs from process
Work breakdown structure
8.3.5 Work Breakdown Structure
8.4 Scope Verification
8.4.1 Inputs to Scope Verification
8.4.3 Outputs from process
8.5 Scope Change Control
8.5.1 Inputs to process
8.5.3 Outputs from process
9 Project Time Management
9.1 Activity Definition
9.1.1 Inputs to Activity Definition
9.1.3 Outputs from Activity Definition
9.2 Activity Sequencing
9.2.1 Inputs to Activity Sequencing
9.2.2 Dependencies
9.3 Activity Duration Estimating
9.3.1 Inputs to process
9.3.3 Outputs from process
9.4 Schedule Development
9.4.4 Project Schedules
9.5 Schedule Control
9.5.1 Inputs to Schedule Control
9.5.3 Outputs from Schedule
10 Project Cost Management
10.1 Resource Planning
10.1.1 Inputs to Resource Planning
10.1.3 Outputs from Resource Planning
10.2 Cost Estimating
10.2.1 Inputs to Cost Estimating
10.2.2 Tools and Techniques for Cost Estimating
10.2.3 Outputs from Cost Estimating
10.3 Cost Budgeting
10.3.1 Inputs to Cost Budgeting
10.3.2 Tools and Techniques for Cost Budgeting
10.3.3 Outputs from Cost Budgeting
10.4 Cost Control
10.4.1 Inputs to Cost Control
10.4.2 Tools and Techniques for Cost Control
10.4.3 Outputs from cost Control
10.4.4 Estimate at Completion
11 Project Quality Management
11.1 Quality Planning
11.1.1 Inputs to Quality Planning
11.1.2 Quality Policy
11.1.3 Tools and Techniques for Quality Planning
11.1.4 Outputs from Quality Planning
11.2 Quality Assurance
11.2.1 Inputs to Quality Assurance
11.2.3 Outputs from Quality Assurance
11.3 Quality Control
11.3.1 Inputs to Quality Control
11.3.2 Tools and Techniques for Quality Control
11.3.3 Outputs from Quality Control
12 Project Human Resource Management
12.1 Organizational Planning
12.1.1 Inputs to Organizational Planning
12.2 Staff Acquisition
12.2.1 Inputs to Staff Acquisition
12.2.2 Staffing Pool Description
12.3 Team Development
13.2 Information Distribution
13.3 Performance Reporting
13.3.3 Earned Value Analysis
13.4 Administrative Closure
14 Project Risk Management
14.1 Risk Identification
14.2 Risk Quantification
14.3.3 Output from Risk Response Development
14.4 Risk Response Control
14.4.1 Inputs to Risk Response Control
14.4.3 Output from Risk Response Control
15 Project Procurement Management
15.1 Procurement Planning
15.1.1 Inputs to Procurement Planning
15.1.3 Output from Procurement Planning
15.2 Solicitation Planning
15.2.1 Inputs to Solicitation Planning
15.2.2 Tools and Techniques for Solicitation Planning
15.2.3 Output from Solicitation Planning
15.3 Solicitation
15.3.1 Inputs to Solicitation
15.3.2 Tools and Techniques for Solicitation
15.3.3 Output from Solicitation
15.4 Source Selection
15.4.1 Inputs to Source Selection
15.4.2 Tools and Techniques for Source Selection
15.4.3 Output from Source Selection
15.5 Contract Administration
15.5.1 Inputs to Contract Administration
15.5.3 Output from Contract Administration
15.6 Contract Close-out
15.6.1 Inputs to Contract Close-out
15.6.2 Tools and Techniques for Contract Close-out
15.6.3 Output from Contract Close-out
16 Practice Exam
16.1 Refresher “Warm up Questions”
17 Answer Guide
17.1 Answers to Questions
18 References
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PMP Project Management Professional Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the PMP Project Management Professional Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

PMP Project Management Professional Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the PMP Project Management Professional Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

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With the worldwide surge in the demand for project management skills, the PMP is one of the hottest certifications today. To pass the PMP exam, you need a no-gimmicks, no-nonsense book on the exam objectives. This is that book! This book HELPS you a great deal in passing the exam. The questions are realistic, very realistic. Let me put it this way. When you take the exam, most of the questions will ring bells. And most of them will connect to the questions in this book. you can save hundreds of dollars by using this book along with your study guide.Best-selling author William Manning offers concise yet comprehensive coverage of each topic included in the PMP exam. With a laser sharp focus on the exam objectives, this study guide goes beyond being a simple exam cram. It includes numerous questions and detailed answers modeled after the actual exam. It is 100% compatible with the latest (4th) edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) by PMI. Maximize your learning and minimize your study time!Can you imagine valuing a book so much that you send the author a "Thank You" letter?What makes this book a must-have? Is it the authors years of experience? The endless hours of ongoing research? The interviews with those who failed the exam, to identify gaps in their knowledge? Or is it the razor-sharp focus on making sure you don't waste a single minute of your time studying any more than you absolutely have to? Actually, it's all of the above.This book includes new exercises and sample questions never before in print. Offering numerous sample questions, critical time-saving tips plus information available nowhere else, this book will help you pass the PMP Project Management Professional exam on your FIRST try. Up to speed with the theory? Buy this. Read it. And Pass the PMP Project Management Professional Exam.
With the worldwide surge in the demand for project management skills, the PMP is one of the hottest certifications today. To pass the PMP exam, you need a no-gimmicks, no-nonsense book on the exam objectives. This is that book! This book HELPS you a great deal in passing the exam. The questions are realistic, very realistic. Let me put it this way. When you take the exam, most of the questions will ring bells. And most of them will connect to the questions in this book. you can save hundreds of dollars by using this book along with your study guide.Best-selling author William Manning offers concise yet comprehensive coverage of each topic included in the PMP exam. With a laser sharp focus on the exam objectives, this study guide goes beyond being a simple exam cram. It includes numerous questions and detailed answers modeled after the actual exam. It is 100% compatible with the latest (4th) edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) by PMI. Maximize your learning and minimize your study time!Can you imagine valuing a book so much that you send the author a "Thank You" letter?What makes this book a must-have? Is it the authors years of experience? The endless hours of ongoing research? The interviews with those who failed the exam, to identify gaps in their knowledge? Or is it the razor-sharp focus on making sure you don't waste a single minute of your time studying any more than you absolutely have to? Actually, it's all of the above.This book includes new exercises and sample questions never before in print. Offering numerous sample questions, critical time-saving tips plus information available nowhere else, this book will help you pass the PMP Project Management Professional exam on your FIRST try. Up to speed with the theory? Buy this. Read it. And Pass the PMP Project Management Professional Exam.

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