PMP Exam Changes 26-Mar-2018

The PMP Exam is changing… yet again. It changes every 4-5 years, as the practice of Project Management matures and evolves along with the changing times. At the moment, the PMP Exam is based primarily on the information in the PMBOK Guide, Fifth Edition, which came into effect in September 2013. The next official release … Read more

What is Your Biggest Concern Regarding the PMP Exam?

Most people have passed the primary school, secondary school, attained a college degree with flying colours, joined an organization, and achieved many accolades at work, but they shudder at the mention of attempting and passing the PMP examination… I speak at many seminars, workshops and PMP Training Bootcamps all over the world, and the situation … Read more

Repetition is the Mother of All Learning

First of all, Congratulations to Vevel Roy from Hyderabad, India, who just passed the PMP exam yesterday. He had used the PMCHAMP coaching program for his exam preparations, and it proved beneficial to him in passing the PMP exam. We are really proud of his achievement. He managed to go through the PMCHAMP videos in … Read more

Do I Really Need To Read The PMBOK Guide?

By Vinai Prakash Are you reading the PMBOK Guide? Do you really need to read the PMBOK Guide? I get such questions all the time… Most PMP aspirants are loathe to read the PMBOK Guide – which is the official publication from PMI. The Project Management Institute publishes the Best Practices and Guidelines for managing … Read more

Is reading the PMBOK Guide enough to pass the PMP Exam?

By Vinai Prakash At Intellisoft Systems, a training institute where I conduct 4 Day PMP Exam Preparation workshops, many busy project managers come and say something like this: “I don’t have much time. I am a very busy person. I can’t be spending 5 days going though this project management training program…”, or “Listen, I … Read more