I have been in the Project Management field for about 4 years now and have loved every minute of it. As I progressed in my career as a project manager I moved to another position that was not focussed as much on PM as I used to be. Although I will still have a decent role in most of the projects within my organization, I found myself wanting more.
I knew about the PMP (What is the PMP?) for a while now but never thought about sitting down and studying for the exam. Recently, a friend was on the hunt for a new job and found that there were a lot of positions that had the PMP as a required or a desired qualification. This and the increased want to seek out something to study I decided I was going to take the PMP Certification Exam.
This page is dedicated to the steps that I am taking to not only take and pass the PMP exam but also to master the content.
The first step was purchase A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide)Sixth Edition so that I could begin to put together a study plan.
From here on within this page the plan is to discuss certain aspects of my PMP journey along with posting a chronological listing of my posts to give those that want to read the journey in order.
[The PMBOK is here!]
[My PMP 6th edition Study Plan]