RedVector RVLS-3321

PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Outline Changes for 2020

PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Outline Changes for 2020

1 hr. Online Course

Level: Advanced

Item#: RVLS-3321

SME: Neal Rowland, PMP, PMI-ACP, ITIL Expert, ITIL Practitioner

Times change. Are you ready? Project managers are born ready, right? We are always ready to take on the immense challenges of juggling the complexities of a project to achieve success. No place represents success in the project management discipline than the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification. The only way to achieve that distinction is by passing the PMP® exam. Like you, the PMP® exam is changing.
 
If you are a candidate seeking your PMP® credentials, then you better be ready. As of 2021, the PMP® exam will be based on the 2020 Examination Content Outline (ECO) developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. This course explains those changes, the reason for those changes, and what you should know to succeed based on those changes. The PMP® exam is constantly evolving. Likewise, you are growing, learning, and becoming a more dynamic project manager. That is showcased in the PMP® certification.
Course Objectives
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Discuss the purpose of the PM update to the PMP® exam and identify the ways the exam is changing 
  • Identify the new domains 
  • Describe the differences between the new structure and the old structure 
  • Identify the various tasks associated with managing people in projects 
  • Identify the various tasks associated with leading people in projects 
  • Identify the process tasks of modern project managers
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: Neal Rowland, PMP, PMI-ACP, ITIL Expert, ITIL Practitioner
Neal Rowland, PMP, PMI-ACP, ITIL Expert, ITIL Practitioner Photo
Neal Rowland has been a Project Management Professional (PMP) for over 13 years. During that time he has instructed, authored courses, advised training companies and corporations, and applied the best practices of project management in his work at Microsoft, Plex, and others. As the Lead Crowd Surfer of The Crowd Training [www.thecrowdtraining.com], Neal leads product development, instructional design, and graphic design. He is a contributor to the PMBOK. Beyond being certified as a PMP, Neal is also a certified agile project manager (PMI-ACP) and IT service management (ITIL Expert and ITIL Practitioner). Neal currently resides in the Detroit area with his wife and 5 kids.