The PMPAr Certification Exam Study Guide facilitates the knowledge and confidence needed to achieve the highly sought after PMPAr credential. Covering the nine knowledge areas and 42 processes covered in the actual examination, it contains more than 500 questions, memorization games, study tips, equations, and a glossary. The book is filled with flowcharts and graphs that illustrate process input, tools, techniques, output, and interaction. To boost test-taking confidence, it includes a CD with exercise questions and two posters for process visualization. Each chapter contains self-tests with detailed answer keys to help you better understand the questions that will appear on the exam. Helpful study tips, supplementary exercises, and important reminders for the day of the examination are also included in each chapter to help ensure you are ready to achieve PMPAr certification the first time around.1 - Tool/technique - Perform qualitative analysis 2 - Output - Identify Risks 3 - Techniques - Identify Risks 4 - Techniques ... C. The Ishikawa diagram, also called Fishbone diagram, and cause-and-effect diagram. ... techniques include brainstorming, Delphi technique, interviews, root cause identification, and SWOT analysis.
|Title||:||The PMP® Certification Exam Study Guide|
|Author||:||Rosaldo de Jesus Nocêra|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2012-08-29|