Big changes approacheth

September 1st is just around the corner. That is the date the Project Management Institute’s new PMP® exam goes into use. Changes to the PMP® exam include (1) 30% of the exam content will be updated, (2) the exam will reflect the results of PMI’s 2010 Role Delineation Study, which measures what project managers actually do on the job, and (3) the Professional & Social Responsibility content domain will be integrated with the process group domains — Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring / Controlling, and Closing projects. Expect high enrollments in PMP® Bootcamps during June, July and August. If historical trends repeat, a large number of people want to get their PMP® under the current exam format.

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