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Publisher Description

AUTHOR, INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER AND PROJECT MANAGER JACK RISOS BRINGS YOU THE PREMIER STUDY GUIDE FOR THE PMP EXAM




‘Everything you need to cover for the exam is in here including the extra stuff that the exam covers like the Code of Ethics… a realistic, well-presented book’ Elizabeth Harrington, A Girls Guide to Project Management





‘It has the right approach… The ideas and content are very uncluttered… a joy to read’ Tata Galvis.




‘Absolutely perfect for me… Simple but not simplistic, a comprehensive guide to a complex subject without becoming over-complicated like other books in this area’ Confido55




‘Great book - a complete kit for the PMP Exam’ Lexifaber




Ace the PMP Exam gives you everything you need to know to master the PMP exam, without over-complication, in a comprehensive, clear, and easy to read guide. It’s a complete package which covers all the concepts in the 49 processes, plus a focus on the Critical Path Method, the Earned Value Technique, Motivation Theories and Quality Management Concepts.




Based on the PMBOK® version 6. You will get all future upgrades to ensure you are always aligned to the current PMBOK edition.






Author: Jack Risos






Editor of the first edition: Nancy Bach

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2014
October 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
509
Pages
PUBLISHER
Ace IT Guides
SELLER
Jack Risos
SIZE
81
MB

Customer Reviews

Tata Galvis ,

Great e-book!

I think Mr. Risos’ book has several strengths:
1) It has the right approach by teaching the content going along the Processes (e.g. Initiation, Scope, Time, etc) vs. the Knowledge Areas like most of the courses and books do. Wherever possible (e.g. those the processes that cross with Integration and Planning), the book gives you a suggestion for the sequencing of steps. This is VERY important to be able to answer the situational questions of the exam, which are the majority.
2) The ideas and content are very uncluttered. The minimum possible, I did appreciate that considering the dense content of the PMBOK. Mr. Risos dares to simplify the number of tools at each process which I think is the right way to do it. Too much information is too scary.
3) The e-book and overall format is a joy to read, to do searches, the features to create flash cards is so useful to review content, easy to do the quizzes etc…