Tuesday, May 16, 2006

How is your PMP Exam would look like

(NEW) PMP exam objectives aligned with PMBOK2004
Weight 22 Questions
Initiating the Project 11%

■ Conduct Project Selection Methods
■ Define Scope
■ Document Project Risks, Assumptions and Constraints
■ Identify and Perform Stakeholder Analysis
■ Develop Project Charter
■ Obtain Project Charter Approval

Weight 46 Questions
Planning the Project 23%

■ Define and Record Requirements, Constraints and Assumptions

■ Identify Project Team, and Define Roles and Responsibilities

■ Create the WBS

■ Develop Change Management Plan

■ Identify Risks and Define Risk Strategies

■ Obtain Plan Approval

■ Conduct Kick-off Meeting

Weight 54 Questions
Executing the Project 27%

■ Execute Tasks Defined in Project Plan

■ Ensure Common Understanding and Set Expectations

■ Implement the Procurement of Project Resources

■ Manage Resource Allocation

■ Implement Quality Management Plan

■ Implement Approved Changes

■ Implement Approved Actions and Workarounds

■ Improve Team Performance

Weight 42 Questions
Monitoring and Controlling the Project 21%

■ Measure Project Performance

■ Verify and Manage Changes to the Project

■ Ensure Project Deliverables Conform to

■ Monitor All Risks

Weight 18 Questions
Closing the Project 9%

■ Obtain Final Acceptance for the Project

■ Obtain Financial, Legal and Administrative Closure

■ Release Project Resources

■ Identify, Document and Communicate Lessons Learned

■ Create and Distribute Final Project Report

■ Archive and Retain Project Records

■ Measure Customer Satisfaction

Weight 18 Questions
Professional and Social Responsibility 9%

■ Ensure Individual Integrity

■ Contribute to the Project Management Knowledge Base

■ Enhance Personal Professional Competence

■ Promote Interaction Among Stakeholders

total: 200


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