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Quickly recall the PMP course contents with PMP Prep Last Minute. To stay abreast with all the contents in a quick manner. In this book, author Mufaddal Khandwala summarizes all the PMP Process Groups and Knowledge areas.

This book is based on PMBOK 5.

It contains short descriptions of all the PMP terms and formulas.

Topics include:
Project Management Framework
Integration
Scope
Time
Cost
Quality
Human Resources
Communication
Risk
Procurement
Stakeholders

Topics: Test Prep, Professional Development, Career, and Guides

Published: Mufaddal Khandwala on
ISBN: 9789351266433
List price: $9.53
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