PMBOK Guide 7 & PMP Exam Updates

Event Date/Time: August 18, 2022, 12 pm CST/1 pm EST/11am PST

With the biggest change in PMBOK Guide history, many questions came to light. What changes occurred? What are the key differences between the old and new exams? How does this affect current PMPs? How does this affect you if I am studying for the PMP Exam? Does this affect the CAPM exam at all? What about the new performance domains?

If you have any of the above questions or any questions regarding the 2022 PMP Exam or PMBOK Guide 7 then you won’t want to miss this as Tony Johnson will cover it all.

Join Tony Johnson on August 18, 2022, at 12:00 CST as he speaks on the biggest change in PMBOK® Guide history with the release of the seventh edition and how that affects current PMPs and those studying for the PMP® Exam.

Learning Objectives:

  1. PMP Exam Updates: Past Exam vs Current Exam
  2. The Standard for Project Management and PMBOK Guide 7 ed.
  3. Standards +
  4. Knowledge areas, ITTOs, and the 49 processes are no longer in PMBOK Guide 7th edition.

Your Presenter:

Your Presenter: Tony Johnson

Tony Johnson is a proven leader, business owner, author, trainer and product developer with 20+ years of experience. Industry experience includes telecom, hardware and software development, commerce, marketing, IT infrastructure and support, financial and higher education.

Tony has authored 46 books since 2004 as well as numerous other learning products for various PMI and IIBA credentials. Tony has helped created over 100,000 of the PMPs on planet earth. Tony was a core team member of the PMBOK Guide (7th edition), he has also contributed to the last three editions of PMI’s PMBOK Guide Tony has coached and trained professionals across every industry utilizing project management, ultimately having students from at least 72 countries (so far).

Tony possesses the following credentials PMP, PgMP, PfMP, PMI-PBA, CSP-SM, CSP-PO, CSPO, CSM, CAPM, PMI-RMP, PMI-SP, Project+, CCBA, PMI-ACP, DALSM, and CBAP

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