Author: Satya Narayan Dash

Satya Narayan Dash is a management professional, coach, and author of multiple books. Under his guidance, over 2,000 professionals have successfully cracked PMP, ACP, RMP, and CAPM examinations – in fact, there are over 100 documented success stories written by these professionals. His course, PMP Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass, has made many successful PMPs, and he’s recently launched RMP Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass and ACP Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass. His web presence is at https://managementyogi.com, and he can be contacted via email at managementyogi@gmail.com.

 

Upcoming Webinar Series: Practical Scrum with MS Project Agile

I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. – Proverb Scrum is one of the most used frameworks in Lean-Agile space, among others such as Kanban, eXtreme Programming (XP), o...

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How to prepare for the PMI-RMP Exam

The PMI-RMP® credential is an industry renowned certification, certifying that Risk Management Professionals have the necessary knowledge to apply project risk management knowledge, principles, tools,...

PMI RMP Exam Process

Why you should get certified as a PMI-RMP

Please find below highlights from Satya Narayan Dash’s Webinar: From Aspiring RMP to Actual RMP – What Does It Take? being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You may wish...

Tracking A Hybrid-Scrum Project with MS Project Agile

Project and program managers know this mantra well: planning is indispensable, but plans are useless. In other words, you need to plan because you must convey information, establish agreements with yo...

From Aspiring RMP to Acutal RMP - What does it take to be one

From Aspiring RMP to Actual RMP – What does it take?

Event Description: The Risk Management Professional (RMP®) certification from Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) has seen rapid growth in the last couple of years: 2020-2022. While in Septembe...

PMI RMP

From Aspiring RMP to Actual RMP – What Does It Take to be an RMP?

The biggest risk in any project is not to act on the risks in a project – From the Book, I Want to Be A PMI-RMP Every project is risky and executed in an uncertain environment. If it’s not risky...

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Closing A Sprint with MS Project Agile

A Sprint is considered to be a mini-project within a Scrum project. Like every project has to be closed, a Sprint, also has to be closed. However, many Agile practitioners do not follow this practice....

Leadership, Leadership Levels, and Leadership Styles for Project Managers

We need a leader. Courageous, sacrificing for the people, setting examples for all of us. Everybody loves a leader, people line up for ’em, cheer for ’em, scream their names, and years lat...