APMP study guide: consistent, clear and jargon free [Video]

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Posted by APM on 22nd Dec 2014

What can you expect to find inside the new APMP: The APM Project Management Qualification Study Guide? Author John Bolton gives readers a quick overview in this short video interview.

Asked to sum up the key benefits, John said: Its consistent and clear, and tries to be jargon free.

Organised around 12 core sections the guide has been completely refreshed to reflect changes to the exam syllabus. These are:

  1. Contexts and environments
  2. Organisations and structures
  3. Life cycles
  4. Organisation and governance
  5. Communications
  6. Leadership and teamwork
  7. Scope management
  8. Planning for success
  9. Schedules and resources
  10. Risk and issue management
  11. Quality
  12. Procurement

It includes a real world case study and quick quizzes to test knowledge and learning as you move through the book.

It is intended for anyone taking, or thinking of taking, the APMP: The APM Project Management Qualification exam and also works as a useable reference book, John added.

The guide is available to buy today.

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