Based on the newest edition of the PMBOK, the 5th edition, this six page PMP Exam Last Chance Review guide will help any student studying for the PMP exam gain more knowledge and confidence before their exam! This handy, easy to carry tri-fold guide includes hundreds of topics, processes, glossary items, and graphics to help jog the memory of students getting ready for the big exam! Developed by a PMP exam prep trainer, graduate-level project management professor, and practicing PMO, this tool is now available to all students wishing to improve their chances for success on the PMP exam.
Included are over 230 individual PMP Prep glossary items, grouped within the knowledge area where they are most frequently used. Also included are over 400 of the key inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs (ITTO). Although all are important, not all ITTO are listed so that you can focus on those most critical to passing the exam. You can always go back to the PMBOK if you wish to learn them all - but remember, you don't have to know everything to be successful on the exam!
Also listed are all processes within each knowledge area, including colorful graphics to indicate which process group they are in and how they commonly interact with each other during the life of a typical project. We include eleven of the most crucial formulas, along with notes on how and when to use them. There are also dozens of general project management terms and nearly two dozen test taking tips, all designed to make the PMP candidate improve his or her chances for success on the PMP Exam.
This tri-fold card is printed on heavy duty UV coated stock. Note that all this useful PMP Exam Prep information is on one 8.5 x 11" tri-fold card (opens to 25.5" x 11")!
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Dan Furlong, PMP, is a full time senior project manager that leads a PMO within a $2 billion healthcare organization. He has worked on projects ranging from a few thousand dollars to over $100 million.
Dan co-authored Healthcare Project Management (2013, Amazon.com) with noted best-selling author Kathy Schwalbe, and is currently working on his second book, Project Management for Nursing Leaders.
He earned his BS in Computer Science, his MBA, and is currently working on his dissertation for his doctorate degree. He is a frequent speaker at project management and healthcare conferences, a guest lecturer at universities ranging in size from Stevenson University to Yale!
Dan also owns PM One (pmone.net), a project management training and consulting company that provides all levels of project management training to a variety of industries ranging from aircraft manufacturing to healthcare to public schools to the department of defense.
He is a graduate of the PMI Leadership Institute Masters Class (2008) and has served on the board of his local PMI Chapter for the past ten years.
Dan teaches Healthcare Project Management and Healthcare Technology to graduate students at the Medical University of South Carolina and serves as affilated faculty in the Computer Science department of the College of Charleston.
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