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1 year 1 week ago #18513

Anonymous

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Thanks a lot for your clear explanation. I am now reading Head First and will learn PMBOK later although my training is based on PMBOK.
1 year 9 months ago #16033

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I am in the process to buy a book between Ritas and PMBOK I like to have the hability to manage a project using the best techniques. Do you recommend based on your comments to first get PMBOK am I correct? Please give me an advice.
4 years 6 months ago #7157

Rahul Kakkar

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Michael wrote: What is the latest edition for Rita Mulcahy?


For the PMP exam prep, it would be the Eighth Edition.
4 years 6 months ago #7156

Michael

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What is the latest edition for Rita Mulcahy?
4 years 6 months ago #7148

Scott Gillard

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It depends on your style. Importance is the PMBOK. That's a must.
EASE of being able to understand and not struggle through the "dryness" would be (easy to hard):
Head First (like "for dummies" format)
Rita (like a text book)
Pmbok (like a dictionary)
4 years 6 months ago #7144

Ahmed Amin

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bottom line answer is Yes.
but this depends on many factors like: what is your baseline information and experience, what level of details and focus you will dedicate, does your study style match the book style, etc.

my recommendation is if you have time, utilize the material you have. every book will definitely add to your knowledge and I personally favor heads first over Rita's.

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