Matrix Relief for PMP Test Taker's

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Project management professionals (PMP's) have struggled with forty-two processes, nearly a hundred inputs and over a hundred techniques in their craft. Their labyrinth is summarized now in two simple pages.

there are almost 9000 pieces of information involved in the test.

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In an industry that prides itself on getting things done few have used a common management tool to simplify project management knowledge in a practical way. A master of the information has finally done it.

Daniel Kryski a professional Civil engineer in the US, Canada and UAE, and a member of the Project Management Professional (PMP) global certification program has summarized the 450 page PMBOK® guide in just two copyright matrices.

The matrix finally makes voluminous guides manageable for the average person. The author hopes guide publishers will embrace the matrices for public benefit. Monah Chakra, a Senior Architect states "fear evaporates when you've seen the matrix."

40% of test taker's fail the PMP test on their initial attempt according to Management Concepts, an education provider for the test. Daniel passed on his first try but notes "there are almost 9000 pieces of information involved in the test."

The simplicity of the two page overview can offer new insights and understanding of general project management. It is suggested however that the PMBOK® guide or others like it should still be purchased and reviewed in complete form.

The author encourages PMP test taker's to attempt creating matrices themselves. For those without time to create these documents a paid and free version are available at his "Linked in" website above. The paid version includes a user's guide and reference list.

Trademark Acknowledgement: PMP, PMI, and PMBOK® Guide are all registered trademarks of Project Management Institute, Inc.


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