This being my first blog post, I need to get the essentials out there – quickly. We’ll be focusing on what it takes to pass the Project Management Professional credential exam.
If you’re still with me, you are probably aware of the massive marketing power the PMP® carries for your resume. Many employers’ doors simply are will not open without it. The number of PMP®-credential holders has exploded, reaching over 1/2 million credential holders globally and the pace is expected to quicken as more and more companies are looking for the assurance that their project managers understand a framework that delivers projects with minimal human wreckage.
Trouble is, the PMP® exam is TOUGH. True, some people pass the exam on their first try without even studying. The majority of folks, including me, however, need some assistance.
In future posts I will describe:
- a proven strategy for obtaining your PMP®
- some common trouble-spots in the PMP® exam content
- mnemonics for remembering the dull stuff on the exam
- some bizarre graphics that make remembering the dull stuff even easier
- my quirks, idiosyncracies and pets
Hope to have you along for the ride. Meanwhile, cheers!
You are great!