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I don’t know how you navigated the Interweb to get here – but I’m sure glad you arrived! My name is Dave Litten and along with my wonderful supportive wife Jude, I’m very proud of my brand-new WORDPRESS Website which has been redesigned with YOU at center-stage… You’ll find easy-to-read relevant and focused articles to […]

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PMP – the world´s most sought-after Project Management Qualification

PMP – the world´s most sought-after Project Management Qualification PMP is the most sought-after certification for Project Managers advises the Project Management Institute (PMI) According to PMI Today magazine (Oct 2017 edition), there are 761,905 PMP certified professionals across the globe. The PMP certification exam covers five areas relating to the life-cycle of a project: […]

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Don’t Let ’em Steer Your Ship Skipper

Don’t Let ’em Steer Your Ship Skipper The year was 1999 (A.D.) I bid for, and got, a three-month consultancy for a publishing company based out of town. They hired this PM Journeyman to help implement a multi-project reporting system. Don’t let the title “consultant” fool ya – it simply meant I was a glorified office […]

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Meeting the PMP Exam prerequisites

Meeting the PMP Exam prerequisites Do I Have to be a Project Manager to Qualify for the PMP Exam? You do NOT.  But you need to have played a management role in projects. Most students fall in this management category.  The PMP exam application asks you for your project role, which may be different for […]

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How To Meet the PMP Exam prerequisites

How To Meet the PMP Exam prerequisites Do I Have to be a Project Manager to Qualify for the PMP Exam? You do NOT.  But you need to have played a management role in projects. Most students fall in this management category.  The PMP exam application asks you for your project role, which may be […]

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Control of Communications

Control of Communications The exam may also ask: Can the project manager control all communications? The answer is no! That would be impossible. Should the project manager try to control communications? Yes, otherwise changes, miscommunication, unclear directions and scope creep can occur. What percent of the project manager’s time is spent communicating? About 90 percent. […]

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