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PM Prepcast Modules and associated PMBOK Pages 2 weeks 4 days ago #19537

  • William Nghiem
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Hello,

I'm currently completing the modules and was wondering if there's a document that states the associates pages in the PMBOK to the modules.

I'd like to read the PMBOK prior to viewing the modules.

Thanks,

Will

PM Prepcast Modules and associated PMBOK Pages 2 weeks 4 days ago #19538

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l'm not aware of a document, but it's fairly easy to figure out. The PM Prepcast follows almost exactly with the PMBOK guide and within the first couple of minutes Cornelius states the pages covered in the 6th edition.
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PM Prepcast Modules and associated PMBOK Pages 2 weeks 4 days ago #19540

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Harry is correct.

The PM PrepCast follows the PMBOK Guide. We even selected a very similar numbering system. So for example, if you read chapter 5.3 in the PMBOK Guide, then you know that the PrepCast lessons for this chapter will also have the number 5.3. That's easy and straightforward.
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PM Prepcast Modules and associated PMBOK Pages 2 weeks 4 days ago #19542

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Thank you both for the quick responses!

Harry - I did notice that but I didn't want to open every module before as it's very tedious and not efficient.

Cornelius - Some of it agrees but some doesn't. For example Performing integration is module 3.02 but 3.5 in the PMBOK.

I think i figured something out using the title.

Cheers,

Will
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