PMP® Exam Will Change in December

Project Management
Are you planning on pursuing the PMP this year? Have you completed your PMP Training but not taken the exam yet? Have you failed in your previous attempt? If the answer to any of the above questions is “Yes” this article is for you.Project Management Institute (PMI) will update the the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam will in December to ensure it reflects up-to-date practices and equips project managers with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in today’s modern project environments.Leading up to this change, you’ll find news and information on the PMI Website (www.pmi.org) here to help you address the needs of our students as they earn PMP status. Exam Updates Every 3-5 years we conduct research to understand how the profession has progressed, the impact of emerging…
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Top 10 Reasons for Failing the PMP Exam

Top 10 Reasons for Failing the PMP Exam

Project Management, Uncategorized
The PMP is a very important certification to have in the United Arab Emirates, whether you are looking for a better opportunity or a more fulfilling responsibility at your workplace, this certification will definitely help you achieve the same. PMP exam is considered a difficult exam. Every year many people fail the exam. No one knows how many people apply for the exam or what the failure rate is PMI does not provide any statistics. Some experts estimate that failure rate could be as high as 40-50%.The reason for me to write about the reasons of failure for the exam is to help aspirants avoid the pitfalls when they do their preparation. There is no intention to scare you away from your journey. I want you to understand the reasons…
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Is the PMP Certification worth it?

Is the PMP Certification worth it?

Project Management
Many a times when I am about to commence a PMP Exam Prep course, it is customary for me to get introduced to the students. When I ask them how many of them have heard about Project Management Institute (PMI), the answer is always less than 10% of the audience. It kind of brings about a question, what are these students doing in the class if they haven’t heard of PMI, the institute who issues the PMP Certificate. What amount of research have they put in before they entered the classroom?How did they come to know about the PMP, was it the word of mouth, the marketing emails, the constant calling…and surely enough it is always one of the above. I always have one advice to my students. Ask yourself…
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