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What’s New In The PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition?

A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) is PMI’s flagship publication. It’s a must-have resource for everyone interested in inefficient project management in any sector. Corporate has evolved significantly over the years, yet projects continue to be critical drivers of business success. The Standard for Project Management is included in the book. The standard acts as the basis for the huge body of information, while the guide captures and summarizes that knowledge.

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New PMP® Exam 2021: The Exam Content Outline Overview

PMI® launched the new PMP® exam in 2021, which is entirely different from the old exam format. The new PMP® exam content concentrates on three domains: people, process, and business environment instead of only focusing on the process like the old one. Do not be confused if you find that the new PMP® exam content differs from the PMBOK® Guide because the exam is based on the Exam Content Outline, not the PMBOK® Guide.

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What is PMI® Audit Process?

PMI® conducts an audit for the PMP® application every year, even after you received the PMP® certification. The purpose of the audit is to confirm the experience and/or education documented on certification applications. The audit is random, and PMI® has the right to conduct it at any time during the year.

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How To Find Courses Provided By PMI® Training Partners?

As you know, PMI® has a wide range of Authorized Training Partners (ATP) in over the world, which provide courses from PMP® exam preparation, Disciplined Agile (DA) training to other training courses with PDUs to renew all kinds of PMI® certificates. This article will outline some reasons to chose a training program from PMI® ATP and where you can find PMI® verified courses.

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Do You Know All Status of The PMP® Certification?

After passing the PMP® exam, you are bestowed the credential, and the PMP® certification renewal cycle starts. You will have the PMP® certification in good standing for 3 years. However, what will happen to your PMP® certificate if you forgot to renew it? And what should you do? This article will go through all the PMP® certification status and recommended action for certification holders.

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