There are 5 Process Groups for Project Management, as defined in the PMBOK Guide, Fifth Edition. Initiating Planning Executing Monitoring & Control Closing These 5 Process Groups interact with the 10 Knowledge Areas in many different ways. There are a total of 47 processes in these 5 Process Groups.
There are 10 Knowledge Areas of Project Management, as defined in the PMBOK Guide, Fifth Edition. Integration Management Scope Management Time Management Cost Management Quality Management Human Resource Management Communications Management Risk Management Procurement Management Stakeholder Management You can remember them in order, if you can remember the following phrase – the first letter of … Read more
There are some universal fundamental truths that you must remember to answer the PMP exam questions correctly. You may not have come across these “truths” in your existing projects, so you may think them to be “false”, “not correct” or simply “not possible”. However, this is a mistake many PMP aspirants make. And it turns … Read more
There are 5 Process Groups for Project Management, as defined in the PMBOK Guide, Fifth Edition. The Closing Process Group, in the PMBOK Guide, Fifth Edition, is a relatively easy area for the PMP exam. Beware, Closing process group accounts for as much as 18 questions ( 9%) in the PMP Exam. However, if you study … Read more
There are 5 Process Groups as per the PMBOK Guide – Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling & Closing. There are only 8 processes within the Executing process group. However, it is the area which gets the highest number of questions – 31% of questions (see latest PMP Exam Question Distribution). So if you master … Read more