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There are far too many differences between PMP and PRINCE2, though the two are essentially complimentary as they each cover aspects that look at both, every detail of the project and the business aspect of the project. 546 more words

Best Time to go for the PMP® Certification Training

Alright, the wait is over! The sixth edition of the PMBOK® guide is out in the market, and as expected the PMP® certification examination is going to change soon. 248 more words


Desde los stakeholders hasta el despliegue...¿Cómo comenzamos este recorrido?

Y volvió a pasar… Todos reunidos en una sala, más de 20 personas, supuestamente los que “desarrollan el producto” para que otros puedan desarrollar de una manera más productiva y “ágil”… Básicamente los que deberían haber estado desarrollando los SBBs definidos en etapas de diseño de la arquitectura… desde el líder “supremo” (gurú de todo) hasta el desarrollador, pasando como no, por el Scrum master que no hacia otra cosa que hablar del Product Owner… y no precisamente tirándole rosas. 3,801 more words

Enterprise Architecture

Everything You Need to Know About Project Life Cycles

Project Management life cycles explained, based on PMBOK© Guide Sixth Edition

When dancing, if you start off on the wrong foot, you may never recover. Sadly, the same can happen if you pick the wrong lifecycle approach for your project. 1,399 more words

Digital Attitude

Properly Valuing Your Military Projects

Whether you are looking to accurately capture your military projects for your Project Management Professional (PMP) certificate application or for your annual eval (NCOER or OER), properly valuing your project worth can be challenging for military project managers. 933 more words


$1,200 Raised! An Update


A few days into the Kickstarter campaign for the 6th edition interactive online project management course and things are going well. Already 10% has been raised. 22 more words


Reddit Conversation

In discussions on Reddit about my kickstarter project page, some had suggested that I look at reducing my costs and using free or reduced cost offerings. 748 more words