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****PMI - What's New with PMBoK?

The PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition will be available for purchase and download through 31 March 2022. At this time, it will no longer be available for purchase or download through PMI, though resellers may still have copies for sale. Those who already have this edition on their bookshelf can continue to reference it, with the understanding that the current, ANSI-accredited version of The Standard for Project Management is contained in the seventh edition. Elements from the Sixth Edition, such as Process Groups, will be maintained as a valid model going forward. This content will be refined and made available through PMIstandards+™, a digital companion to PMI standards and guides. Access to PMIstandards+ is FREE for PMI members**

PMI - The Standard for Program Management

The Standard for Program Management – Fourth Edition is currently undergoing a revision to introduce additional principle-based content. Principles such as Leadership, Risk, and Change are expected to be included, in addition to others.

PMI - Now available: The PMBOK® Guide - Seventh Edition

For years, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) has been the go-to resource for helping practitioners use best practices to deliver value on the job. However, rapid enhancements in technology and the need for organizations and practitioners to more quickly adapt to changes in the market have caused our profession to evolve. Practitioners are now tasked with identifying the right delivery approach (predictive, adaptive or hybrid) to get the job done and deliver value. To make sure the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition remains relevant, it must reflect this flexibility and assist the practitioner in managing the project at hand to deliver outputs that enable envisioned outcomes. The PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition, which includes a revised The Standard for Project Management, will support this need for flexibility by adopting a principle-based structure for the standard and performance domains for the guide, in place of Process Groups and Knowledge Areas.

PMI - The 12 Principles The PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition Click Here

**Axelos (Now Peoplecert) Certifications (i.e. Prince2, MSP, MOP) **

Online Proctoring as the only exam delivery method across the entire Business & IT portfolio. Some of you who might have taken a classroom course might have done the exam in-class. This is no longer possible.

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