Most of the professionals allied with the project management practices might be aware of the recent announcement made by the PMI in line to keep the project management content relevant to the trending business challenges. The changes will be included in the latest version of the PMBOK® Guide, sixth edition, which is due to be released in September 2017. It is therefore can be projected that the PMP® examination will also undergo some key changes in adherence to the updated PMBOK® guide.
This statement has paved the path to a great deal of buzz around every PMP® aspirant, leaving them high and dry. For many aspirants, “To take the PMP® exam before 2018 or after 2017?” That’s the big question now.
In order to wipe out the fears wandering in their minds, we have outlined the key changes that are going to be the part of the new PMP® exam structure, applicable from the first quarter of 2018.
What is to expect?
Hopefully, the answer is ‘little if not none’. All the PMP® certification training courses and the preparation materials that are currently available for the PMP® exam will remain operative in 2017. The upcoming sixth edition of PMBOK® guide will include changes like:
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