PMBOK® 5th Edition
Ricard comments on the new features of the 5th version of the PMBOK® Guide and the main differences between this version and the fourth one.
This playlist has 5 episodes.
The New PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition
(01 Apr 2013)
In this podcast, Ricardo talks about the fifth edition of the PMBOK® Guide, which is the most popular reference on project management. Ricardo comments on the new features of this new version of the standard and presents his new video, showing the development of the new processes flow, that you can download on the site. There is also to download a canvas that you can use to repeat the process shown in the video and make the processes flow at...Add to playlist Download
Main Differences between the 4th and the 5th Edition of the PMBOK® Guide
(08 Apr 2013)
In this podcast, Ricardo talks about the main differences between the fourth and the fifth edition of the PMBOK ® Guide. He introduces the 10th knowledge area, Stakeholders, created for the fifth edition, and comments on the news in every other knowledge area, that together have a total of 47 processes, three more than in the fourth edition of the Guide.Add to playlist Download
Stakeholder Management - PMBOK 5th Edition - Part 1 of 2
(15 Apr 2013)
In this podcast, Ricardo talks about the chapter 13 of the PMBOK® 5th Edition, Stakeholder Management. Ricardo comments on the characteristics of the four processes that have been grouped together in this new knowledge area. In the next podcast, Ricardo continues to talk about how to execute and control the Stakeholder Management Plan.Add to playlist Download
- Stakeholder Management - PMBOK 5th Edition - Part 2 of 2 (22 Apr 2013)
The new Scope, Time and Cost Planning Processes of the PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition
(29 Apr 2013)
In this podcast, Ricardo concludes the series of five podcasts on the PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition. He talks about the reasons behind the creation of processes "5.1", "6.1" and "7.1", Plan Scope Management, Plan Schedule Management and Plan Cost Management, respectively. He comments on how best to use these processes, taking into account the project complexity.Add to playlist Download