Updating the project management bodies of knowledge
APM, the Chartered body for the project profession, has created a unique digital resource that allows users to explore areas essential in the management of projects, programmes and portfolios.
It is structured around four main sections and includes definitions of the core terms and techniques.
The PMI Guide to the PMBOK identifies and describes that subset of the entire PMBOK which is generally accepted as applicable to most projects most of the time.
The PMI Guide to the PMBOK is therefore an extremely useful reference document and is often the basis of generic project management training.
The has contributed significantly to the advancement of the project management profession worldwide by championing a common lexicon and disseminating generally accepted project management knowledge and practice.
Cyndi Dionisio, project chair, is leading the effort.
The application of the process model is adaptable to most types of projects and a wide range of complexity.
In addition the PRINCE2) includes a number of 'Components' that are guidance for a project manager in applying the process model.
Use this page to learn about what’s coming as well as to access and comment on exposure drafts. covers fundamental concepts, such as the relationship of business analysis to project management, organizational strategy, and more.project management practices that are tailored to fit an organization’s structure, culture, and practices.We strive to bring you standards that reflect the most up-to-date practices in the professions of project, program and portfolio management.PMI is updating its certification examinations in July and August 2013.Learn more about the examination update schedule Fifth Edition reflects the collaboration and knowledge of working project managers and provides the fundamentals of project management as they apply to a wide range of projects.