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Introduction to Event and Non-Event Risk on the PMP Exam

There are not many “sure things” in the world, but the fact that professional project managers have lost countless hours of sleep worrying about what could go wrong is one of them. Risk management is a robust skillset within project management, such that extensive knowledge of it is needed for the Project Management Institute (PMI) …

Probability of Occurrence

Project Managers use a combination of experience, insight, and quantifiable data to assess potential project risks. In project management, determining the probability of occurrence is one factor in the overall risk assessment and planning work. For the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam, and as part of continuous skill development, it …

PMP® Certification Renewal: Your Comprehensive Guide

Earning your Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification is a significant achievement. This credential can help accelerate your career, increase your earning power, and demonstrate your qualifications to employers, clients, and peers. The Project Management Institute (PMI) has a 3-year cycle for their certification renewal process, which requires all certification holders, including PMP, to acquire and …

Should I be PMP® or Agile Certified?

Those looking to expand their project management career often ask for advice about which certification to pursue: Waterfall or Agile? Given the prevalence of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification for those using traditional (or “waterfall”) project management methodologies, some refer to any project certification as “PMP.” But in fact, there are separate certifications for …