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Vipul C.: Passed PMP Exam on 15 March 2011

Hello Everyone,

I am immensely happy and excited to announce that I passed the PMP exam on 15th March 2011. I would like to thank my family and friends for extensive support and guidance and online forums. I have studied very hard and achieved the three letters PMP to my name.

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David Kohrell, PMP: Project Exclusions, Assumptions and Constraints

Project exclusions, assumptions, and constraints (among other information) are included in a Project Scope Statement. They’re also referenced in the Project Charter and Project Plan.

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Cornelius Fitchner: Contingency Plan vs Workaround

Although many people use the terms “contingency plan” interchangeably with “workaround”, they are not the same. The difference between the two terms is related to whether the problems being handled were identified ahead of time or not. Contingency plans are made based on potential risks that are identified that could derail a project. Workarounds are […]

J. Ahmad: My Lessons Learned

I passed my PMP exam on 14-March-2011. Below are LL. It took me around 4 months preparation.

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Cornelius Fichtner: The Work Package explained

The concept of a work package can be a difficult one for some people. In project management, a work package is defined as the effort required to produce a deliverable within a project. This effort may be a single task or it could be several related tasks. Many […]

David Kohrell: Brainstorming – Facilitated Workshops for Project Selection & Scope

The whiteboard. The dry eraser. The multi-color pens. The overbearing meeting participant. Those four things often come together when thinking of brainstorming. It’s a technique among multiple management nexus disciplines and at the heart of agile, business analysis and project management. It can produce great results from a team.

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