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Overview of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition – Lesson 3

Event Description:
The next generation of the PMBOK® Guide presents a major breaking point with legacy options. Where the previous versions were primarily process-prescriptive, this edition provides a wealth of considerations gathered from seasoned professionals from across the globe.  What adaptations and changes had PMI made to the PMBOK® Guide and how are they relevant to how we currently practice project management?

Lesson 3: The Eight Project Performance Domains
In this third session, we will provide an overview of the eight Project Performance Domains within PMI’s PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition and how they present a “next step” in tailoring a program, project, and product management process suited to any industry.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define the eight Project Performance Domains in PMI’s PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition
  • Describe each of the Project Performance Domains and their practices
  • Relate practices for each Project Performance Domain to mature documentation processes

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

Presenter Info:
Jeff Bongiovani
 is currently the Lead Course Developer for Edwards Performance Solutions who oversees the production and maintenance of courses on Project Management, Systems Engineering, Software Development, Business Process Improvement, and Cybersecurity. He is also a trainer with over 20,000 hours of classroom experience spanning 17 years.

Written by Jeff Bongiovani

Jeff Bongiovani is currently the Lead Course Developer for Edwards Performance Solutions who oversees the production and maintenance of courses on Project Management, Systems Engineering, Software Development, Business Process Improvement, and Cybersecurity. He is also a trainer with over 20,000 hours of classroom experience spanning 17 years.

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