Our book focuses on and demystifies both phases - getting started and closing the deal - the two problems that are preventing many professionals from earning their PMP certification...
Newark, DE (PRWEB) September 17, 2014
Co-authors Kahina Morisset, MSc Eng, Cert Ed, MBA, PMP, and Marilyn Hartman, MSc, PMP, today announce the release of their book, Demystifying The PMP Exam: PMCampus Performance Training Manual. The book equips readers with the confidence and knowledge needed to pass the exam and earn their PMP certification.
According to PMI’s 2013 Annual Report, an estimated 51 million people worldwide are engaged in the management of projects, and 15.7 million more jobs are expected by 2020. Project management remains a strong career option as projects need skilled leaders and the global marketplace demands effective training solutions. Learning the required skills and getting ready for lead project managers roles can be achieved by preparing and obtaining the PMI's Project Management Certification (PMP®). More than half a million professionals have obtained their credentials in the past decade alone.
“Like projects and many things in life, getting started and closing the deal are critical phases to achieving a PMP certification. Many have started some training but have not taken the PMP certification exam, therefore getting little reward for their study effort. Others are stuck in the starting blocks” explain Morisset and Hartman. “Our book focuses on and demystifies both phases - getting started and closing the deal - the two problems that are preventing many professionals from earning their PMP certification, a credential that will not only help their career but also help organizations deliver more value for all.”
Combining their more than 35 years of experience within the field, Morisset and Hartman’s training manual was written for the end-user with a focus on practical applications, core content knowledge, study tips, practice exam questions, and real life stories. The book is written chronologically, from the days leading to the exam, to exam day itself, to post-exam life. The comprehensive, yet cost-effective, 340-page manual also features images for visual learners and task lists to keep PMP candidates on track and organized.
According to the authors: “After many years in the project management training industry and running PMCampus.com, we identified a need for another type of training manual to help PMP exam candidates. Most books dedicated to PMP® exam preparation are excellent at providing a large quantity of subject matter information and that is undeniably very helpful to candidates, for most of their learning journey. However, what we believe is missing is a training manual demystifying the kickoff and final sprint of the PMP exam process. Through this book we aspire to fill this gap and coach students into a successful mindset.”
The book is available through Amazon in both digital and paper versions. Further info may be found here: http://www.pmcampus.com/pmp-exam-prep-book.html
About the Authors:
Kahina Morisset, MBA, PMP, is an educator and award winning eLearning producer. Kahina's 20 years of experience and innovative work led to the founding of PMCampus.com in 2005. The site has become one of the most popular project management online education providers, enrolling more than 20,000 paying students.
Marilyn M. Hartman, MSc, PMP, is passionate about sharing her industry experience through top-tier authoring contributions within the Project Management community. Marilyn's resume includes 20+ years as a senior business operations and technology director among leading Fortune 500 companies and more than 15 years of project management experience.
To schedule interviews or to request review copies of Demystifying The PMP Exam: PMCampus Performance Training Manual, please contact Kate Miller at kate(at)pmcampus(dot)com.