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TOPIC: Outputs: Project Management Plan Updates vs. Project Document Updates

Outputs: Project Management Plan Updates vs. Project Document Updates 1 month 6 days ago #27036

  • Mohamed Kambal
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Hi there,

I'm having some trouble with my outputs, specifically related to PM plan updates vs. Project Document updates. Some processes have one or the other and some processes have both as outputs. I'm trying to find some logical relation/pattern. Any ideas? Will we have to be able to specifically distinguish these for the CAPM exam?

Much appreciated!

Outputs: Project Management Plan Updates vs. Project Document Updates 1 month 4 days ago #27069

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From what I understand, there are very few pure ITTO questions on the exam, so you'd be unlucky if you got this exact question. Maybe try to think about it in scenario form: why would you have to update certain things as a result of a situation or action? Perhaps that will put it into context and help you remember.
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Outputs: Project Management Plan Updates vs. Project Document Updates 1 month 1 day ago #27130

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Thank you for the input, I figured that I would need to apply it to the given context. Was just wondering if there was any logical pattern.

Thanks again!
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