Be Better Prepared For The New PMBOK® Guide 7th Edition! Watch a detailed explanation and download the free infographic!
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Understand one of the most relevant standards adopted in project management globally: The PMBOK® Guide 7th Edition, published by PMI (Project Management Institute). In the video, I use a canvas that you can download for free at https://rvarg.as/pmbok7canvas in English and several other languages. An important note is that this video expresses my vision and opinion.
In this week's episode, Ricardo shows the differences behind the concepts of Stakeholders for the Principles, Performance Domains, and Knowledge Areas. He explains the Stakeholder' vision for these items and the importance of each. Listen to the Podcast to learn more.
In this third episode of the PMBOK®️ 7th Edition series, Ricardo talks about the Performance Domains, which are the areas PMI believes you should focus on to demonstrate the behavior that the principles advocate. Ricardo comments that the 7th edition comes as an umbrella over the 6th edition, looking for attending all types and forms of project delivery.
Ricardo comments on the PMBOK® 6th Edition, the differences about the 5th Edition, and the changes that occurred in the knowledge areas.
In this second episode of the series about the new PMBOK®️ Guide, Ricardo talks about the first part of the guide, which is the ANSI standard. Ricardo explains that these principles are the DNA of the person who wants to manage projects and participate in a project team, regardless of your approach to managing and delivering your project.
This week comes with a special episode. With the release of the PMBOK®️ Guide 7th Edition by PMI, Ricardo decided to talk for the first time about the new guide in a series of 3 episodes. This first episode is about the rationale behind the changes and the overall structure of the new guide. Next week, Ricardo will cover the 12 principles of Project Management and, in the following week, the 8 performance domains of the new PMBOK.
With the new PMP® Exam just released by PMI, Ricardo has received several messages asking about the new exam and the relationship with the PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition and the new PMBOK® Guide 7th Edition that is close to being released.
This week, Ricardo will address a question he has been receiving in the past weeks: Should I sit my PMP Exam now, or should I wait until 2021? In this episode, Ricardo tries to answer this question and provide some last-minute tips for those who do not want to “procrastinate” and get the job done this year.
In this episode, Ricardo explains how to read the PMBOK® Guide 6th edition in a more productive way, so you can better understand the project management knowledge areas and their processes. Many people believe that the Guide should be read as a traditional book, from the first to the last chapter, but by listening to this episode you will discover that this is not the best way.
In this episode, Ricardo continues to talk about the 6th edition of the PMBOK® Guide and more specifically addresses the changes in the knowledge areas. Some areas lost processes, others gained new ones. In addition, two areas have been renamed.
In this episode, 1 of 2, Ricardo talks about the sixth edition of the PMBOK® Guide, which is the most popular reference on project management. Ricardo comments on what's changed since the last version published 4 years ago. He also presents his video that shows the development of the new processes flow, that you can download on his website (ricardo-vargas.com).
The processes from the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) — Sixth Edition are separated into colors according to their respective knowledge areas.
Make your own PMBOK® Guide – 6th Edition Processes Flow! Download the canvas and the processes shown in the video. Print them and make the flow at your company or classroom. After download it, read the print instructions contained in the file.
Understand the PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition processes in a simple way! I prepared this for the first time in 1998 when I was studying for the PMP Exam from PMI, including how to read the ITTO for the 49 processes correctly. Since them, I decided to publish this type of video to make sure people lose the fear and the thick guide and learn that you can benefit from the process and the approach in your projects.