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Residual Risk vs Secondary Risk for PMP Exam

Risk Management: Residual Risk vs Secondary Risk for PMP Exam

In Risk Management Knowledge Area of the PMBOK® Guide, apart from the primary risks — which are uncertain events that may have impacts (either positive or negative) on the project objectives if occur, there are also residual risks and secondary risks. All these types of risks must be identified, analyzed, monitored...

Brain Dump for the PMP Exam

PMP Exam Brain Dump of Edward Chung

Important Update: Brain Dump is not allowed during the tutorial before the PMP® Exam now. Aspirants would however need to make use of the 4-hour exam time to do the brain dump if needed. If you are not familiar with concept of “Brain Dump”, you may refer to this article...

Scope: Project Scope vs Product Scope for PMP Exam

Scope: Project Scope vs Product Scope for PMP Exam

For every project, one of the key activity is to define the “scope”. There are actually two types of scopes — project scope and product scope. Many Aspirants may mistakenly consider project scope and product scope are identical, in fact, project scope and product scope are two different concepts. This post will...

How to Categorize PDU According to PMI Talent Triangle for PMP / PMI-ACP

How to Find Free PDU in Technical, Leadership and Strategic Education for PMP / PMI-ACP?

PDU Requirements for PMP® / PMI-ACP® Certifications From 1st December 2015, PMP® and PMI-ACP® Certification holders will need to categorise their education PDUs according to the PMI Talent Triangle with 3 key aspects: Technical Project Management: Knowledge, skills and behaviors related to specific domains of Project, Program and Portfolio Management Leadership: Knowledge,...

PMP Exam Simulator 2.0 Review

[Updated] PMP Exam Simulator 2.0 Review – For PMP Exam 2019

Summary: The PMP® Exam Simulator by OSP International LLC (a PMI Registered Education Provider which is also the publisher of the renowned PM PrepCast™) has been upgraded to version 2.0 recently with all questions rewritten/reviewed to align with the new PMP® Exam in 2019. The most sought-after new feature “Live Feedback™”  —...

PMtraining On-Demand PMP Course Review

PMtraining On-Demand PMP Course Review – Online PMP Training

The Bootcamp On-Demand Course offered by PMtraining is also known as online training course. PMtraining offers various courses in PMP®, CAPM® and PMI-ACP® Certification, both in online mode as well as bootcamp mode. Who is PMtraining? PMTraining (formerly PMP®erfect.com) is a member of the SSI Logic group of companies which was...

Work package vs activity for the PMP Exam

Work Package vs Activity for PMP Exam

The terms “Work Package” and “Activity” are commonly by many project managers to refer to “the tasks to be performed in the project”, many would use these two terms interchangeably. However, for the PMP® Exam, “Work Package” and “Activity” carry different meanings and should not be treated as the same. Work...

Critical Path Method vs Critical Chain Method for PMP Exam

In Project Schedule Management, the most important scheduling methods mentioned in the PMBOK® Guide are Critical Path Method and Critical Chain Method. As their names suggest, there are similarities and differences between the two “Critical” methods. Critical Path Method (CPM) vs Critical Chain Method (CCM) Critical Path Method (CPM): the Critical...

Quality Control vs Quality Assurance for PMP Exam

Contingency Reserve vs Management Reserve for PMP Exam

Reserve, by definition, is the money set aside for unexpected events / contingencies / risks so that the project will still have enough funding to carry on. Setting aside reserves is one of the most important measures to manage project risks. In PMBOK® Guide, reserves can be sub-divided into 2...