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Sow – Passed PMP on First Try..Aug 22,2009

Hi everyone,

I am happy to share the news with my fellow PMP professionals and soon to be PMP’s that I was able to clear my PMP certification exam in my first attempt on August 22nd, 2009.

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John P. Reiling, PMP:: Embrace the ITIL Trend – Advance Your Career in IT Project Management

Do you work in the Information Technology field (IT), or are you in any way concerned about the success or failure of IT projects in your organization?

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Jim-BC: Passed PMP on Aug 13 2009 (updated 8/21)

Hi Everyone. I passed the PMP exam today and I want to share my lessons learned.Total Study Time : about 2 months – Maybe less than 100 hours.

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Q&A on 2 methods in Calculating ES and LS

This is an interesting conversation on critical path calculation methods – in particular ES and LS. Mahendran asked the questions and Mike Newell (noted PMP book author) and Dr PD Giammolvo provided the answers

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Cornelius Fichtner, PMP: PMI’s PDU Secrets

A project manager has to be many things. To name just a few, a PM has to be a great communicator, a leader, a visionary, and be able to both build and inspire the team. First and foremost, however, a project manager has to be proactive. We employ […]