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Head First PMP Learn the latest principles and certification objectives in The PMBOK Guide Fourth Edition in a unique and inspiring way with Head First PMP The second edition of this book helps you prepare for the

  • Title: Head First PMP
  • Author: Jennifer Greene Andrew Stellman
  • ISBN: 9780596801915
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • Head First PMP By Jennifer Greene Andrew Stellman, Learn the latest principles and certification objectives in The PMBOK Guide, Fourth Edition, in a unique and inspiring way with Head First PMP The second edition of this book helps you prepare for the PMP certification exam using a visually rich format designed for the way your brain works You ll find a full length sample exam included inside the book More than just prLearn the latest principles and certification objectives in The PMBOK Guide, Fourth Edition, in a unique and inspiring way with Head First PMP The second edition of this book helps you prepare for the PMP certification exam using a visually rich format designed for the way your brain works You ll find a full length sample exam included inside the book More than just proof of passing a test, a PMP certification means that you have the knowledge to solve most common project problems But studying for a difficult four hour exam on project management isn t easy, even for experienced project managers Drawing on the latest research in neurobiology, cognitive science, and learning theory, Head First PMP offers you a multi sensory experience that helps the material stick, not a text heavy approach that puts you to sleep This book will help you Learn PMP s underlying concepts to help you understand the PMBOK principles and pass the certification exam with flying colorsGet 100% coverage of the latest principles and certification objectives in The PMBOK Guide, Fourth Edition, including two new processes Collect Requirements and Identify StakeholdersMake use of a thorough and effective preparation guide with hundreds of practice questions and exam strategiesExplore the material through puzzles, games, problems, and exercises that make learning easy and entertainingHead First PMP puts project management principles into context to help you understand, remember, and apply them not just on the exam, but also on the job.

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    1. Only for the people who interested to be Project Management Professional Certified PMPOne of most easier books of PMP studying and preparation its pictures and figures is very nice and clear.

    2. Makes studying for the PMP exams interesting I am a visual person and this book really helped me considering my learning style.

    3. I grabbed this book as another reference for my PMP exam study This book is well laid out and very comprehensive The unique thing about this book is that they use multiple learning techniques to help you remember the material It is an excellent study guide.

    4. Was terrified to have to read an entire book about PMP, but really found myself enjoying this one quite a bit I liked the unique approach to learning, and this book helped the material stick with me.

    5. passed the PMP Exam thanks to this book it is amazing write up of project management in very practical terms I tried other books, including the PMBOK itself, but I found them too abstract for some one new to PMI.highly recommended

    6. I m a fan of the Head First series They are grounded in reality and explain things clearly and in a fun way Well, as fun as a book about project management can be And I was thrilled to find out there was one for the PMP exam It s a really good primer for the exam and a good first study book It s not nearly as boring as the PMBOK but you should read that too, albeit in small increments I don t know how they managed to make the PMBOK so boring and repetitive but it s just awful This book makes the [...]

    7. The core of the test is 75% ITTO, which is Input, Tools Technique, Output , and weirdly some of it are different between this book HF and PMBOK However dull PMBOK is, because of the simple diagram at page 61 and ITTO diagram at the beginning of each chapter, it made it easier to create brain map, much compact than this book This book is so protractedThe rest of the test is PMBOK taken word by word However if you feel like I am, that PMBOK is so hard to digest, at first reading this book give a [...]

    8. I thought I d really enjoy the alternative visual approach to learning the PMP framework I didn t This book does some topics very well and other very poorly I advise you learn the change control process in particular from a different source Additionally, if I didn t take a PMP prep class prior to reading this book I m not sure I would have known what to focus on from the content presented With that said, this book is a source of practice assignments and any such activities are invaluable I recom [...]

    9. Great book for any management consultant, business analyst, researcher or otherwise, anyone who works in projects Walks you through the frameworks needed for successful planning, executing and closing of projects Recommended even if you don t plan on giving the PMP exam And true to the Head First series, the book is like your favorite 3rd Grade text book, except on steroids And with a girlfriend.

    10. Quite comprehensive, it does the job of going through all the relevant subjects of PMP The one problem I found, personally is that the authors seem to assume at times you are kind of stupid by using some childish graphics that use a lot of space Anyway, that s their way of thinking that can impact your brain A bit shorter and less condescending book would have been better for me But that s me anyway.

    11. I read the book as an extra step when I prepared for my PMP certificate The book is very attractive and gives you the feeling of reading an interesting magazine with lots of examples and preparation questions.The visualization in the book is a great way to help you to grasp the different concepts even if you are not targeting the PMP certificate.

    12. This book is easy to read and it gives me a good grounding on the principles of project management For beginners, I highly recommend readers to attempt the exercise right after each chapter as well as to do the mock PMP exam at the end of the book to cement your learning and to prepare for your PMP exam.

    13. This book was very helpful for studying for the PMP exam If you are new to Project Management I suggest reading this first and then moving on to the Rita books for in depth clarification I passed the exam in June 2017.

    14. This is a combination textbook and workbook, written in a friendly manner that I initially poopooed, but ended up really appreciating I used this book in conjunction with the Pluralsight PMP course and found it to be a great prep resource.

    15. I gave up on this PMP study guide I found it to be too basic and cartoonish for a topic of this technical detail and complexity I am going back to Rita s Book , PMP Exam Prep.

    16. I bought this book to study in preparation for the Project Management Professional certification exam This book made the PMI s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowlege, 3rd Edition PMBOK very accessible The information was presented fairly casually with a variety of ways to reinforce the information crossword puzzles, word matching exercises, and sample exam questions The website for the book also provides a full sample exam in PDF format.This book was an indespensible tool in preparing [...]

    17. I enjoyed this book as far as getting a real world grasp on some of the framework for the PMP exam It comes with a free test or you can go to the website and take it which is a good starter practice exam for the test.You will defaintly need than just this book in my opinion, but it is a good starter book to read before you dive into the PMP manual.

    18. Good coverage of the essential ideas behind the project management discipline If you learned all the concepts in this book thoroughly, you should be able to score 80% or so on the PMP test This is because the actual test is significantly harder than the practice test in this book Good luck on your test

    19. Very good prep book for the PMP I found reading this book was useful than the class for me as it used examples that it carried through explaining the processes I recommend it and the PMBOK together as prep and plenty of practice tests and questions.

    20. Such a good book to introduce you to all the PMP concepts I think the book did a good job of making concepts approachable and diving into some of the really confusing parts e.g Control Quality vs Quality Assurance.

    21. I have the 2nd edition to lend I added notes where one must reference PMBOK or if there is a difference I like how these authors mention the dog who proofread, thus explaining errors in their book

    22. It really helped me a lot with exams Frankly, all university course was build on this material This book is describing PMBook in a very fun and engaging way You wont be able to stop reading it

    23. pgs 658 glossary no bw index yes good will help me study for the pmp exercises sample exam questions way too much white space while I like the different ideas it just makes the book too damn long

    24. This is really good if you are a visual learner It s a little too busy comic book like for me I do like the questions and the explanations for them Try the 200 question free PDF on their website for an example.

    25. Definitely a great book to have in hand while studying for the PMP exam Great for visual learners

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