APMP study guide: consistent, clear and jargon free [Video]
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:
- Contexts and environments
- Organisations and structures
- Life cycles
- Organisation and governance
- Leadership and teamwork
- Scope management
- Planning for success
- Schedules and resources
- Risk and issue management
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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