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Want To Be A Successful PMP? The Top 5 Things That You Must Do

 

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

 

Event Description:

Zooming in: What it does take to be a successful PMP? Is it high intelligence or smartness or months of preparation? What makes some people successful as PMPs, but some not? Is the PMBOK guide to be read thoroughly or simply to be browsed through? Are there any areas one should focus on? How many questions should one practice? How would you know that you are ready for the PMP exam?

Zooming out: If you are an aspiring PMP, this webinar is for you. There are many things one can do to be a successful PMP. In this webinar, we will focus and discuss the top 5.

 

Presenter Info:

Satya Narayan Dash is a management professional, speaker, coach and author of multiple books: I Want To Be a PMI-PMP and I Want To Be a PMI-RMP as well as the latest one, I Want To Be A PMI-ACP. From his classes over 1,000 aspirants have successfully cracked the PMP examination and there are over 70 documented PMP Success Stories in detail. He has created new management paradigms, including “Agile PMP,” “Practical PMP with MS Project/Primavera P6” and “Practical RMP with Primavera Risk Analysis” and many hands-on Agile-related courses. His web presence is at https://managementyogi.blogspot.com and he can be contacted at managementyogi@gmail.com or @ManagementYogi.

 


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4 Comments
  1. The presentation was good and informative, although I was expecting something else.
    Rather than how to take the PMP exam, I was expecting tips on “sharping the saw” to stay a good PMP.

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  2. Thanks Steven. Good to know that you find it informative. This webinar was actually for PMP exam preparation as noted in both Zooming In and Zooming Out.

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  3. Very Excellent session for PMP Certification Aspirants.
    My PMI ID : 2124907.

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  4. Thank you Suresh. Glad you liked it.

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