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Interview with Max Wideman – The person

Nov 21, 2006 It is hard to find a PM who has never heard of Max Wideman, a legendary figure and a guru of the PM Universe. Max was the President of PMI in 1987 and later the Chairman of the Board in 1988. More […]

Interview with Max Wideman – His PM Career

Nov 28, 2006

 Max, please let us know a little bit of your professional background.

I am a civil engineer by profession. I knew that I wanted to be a civil engineer ever since my first project at the age of seven. That was […]

Interview with Max Wideman – His view on PMBOK, PMI and PM world

Dec 13, 2006

 How is your experience and working relationship with PMI in the past and now?

I enjoyed the Institute more when it was run almost entirely by volunteers for the benefit of the members. I don’t find that to be the case today. […]

Rick(PMLogics): PgMP – Do Not Underestimate the MRA

Do not underestimate getting the MRA survey completed for the final stage of the PgMP process. Unless all your raters are under the same roof, I found it difficult to verify who had completed the 74 question survey and who had not.

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What if your PMP Certification Application get Audited?

From the experience from some PMHUB members, you do not need to do too much.

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David J. Lanners: Let’s Run the Numbers Before We Proceed

When we are given a variety of financial metrics to use in the project selection process, it might be helpful to keep some heuristics (general guidelines) in mind.

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David J Lanners: Do PMPs need to be comfortable with numbers anymore?

I’ve heard it said that if one wants to know whether or not to trust somebody with $100, lend them $1 and observe how well they manage it.

Today I received my receipt for $139.00 as payment for my membership dues through 28 Feb 2009.

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Jim Owens: Leadership, a few thoughts

In times of battle some unlucky leaders have had to sacrifice the lives of a few to save many. If you were the husband, wife, parent or child of one of the sacrificed “few”, would you say the leader did “the right thing”? And saying that leaders are […]

Jim Owens: PRINCE2(TM) History and Overview

I was often asked questions about the Prince2 methodology, so I thought I should jot down a few notes on it.

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Jim Owens: Power in Project

Hi all, I though I would jot down a few notes about “power” this morning – I hope you find them of use.

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Jim Owens: Life After PMP

Hi everyone: The “Lessons Learned” is a great forum to browse, because it’s all about success – and everybody wants to be successful.

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Cornelius Ficthner: Break Your PMP Studies Into Small Pieces

Taking the PMP® examination is one of the biggest steps you’ll take in your career as a Project Manager and one of the most daunting. There seems to be an endless parade of information to stuff into your brain but don’t be discouraged! By careful planning and structure, you can pass the exam with a […]

Cornelius Fichtner: PMP® Questions and Answers

In this free episode of The Project Management PrepCast™ we start out with one of the most important PMP® Exam Tips. This tip will ensure that you understand the complete exam process from start to finish. And you can do that in just about 20 minutes. Following this tip we will […]

Jim Owens: Tips on PMP Exam

PMI wrote the PMBOK and they will be marking the exam, so they are right always and without exception.

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Cornelius Fichtner: How should you spend your first 20 minutes into PMP?

Read the PMP Credentials Handbook

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roger Chou, PgMP:The Road to PgMP

RCUnlike the PMP, which is mainly concerned with proper planning and making the least changes to ongoing projects, the PgMP philosophy requires senior managers to be flexible and adaptable, as they seek business opportunities in ever-changing market environments. In our training center, there have been quite a few PMPs discussing about […]