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This Project Management Wiki has information about standard project management processes and concepts. It is primarily based on the methodology defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI). This wiki also has links to other sites with more information, templates, and additional useful information.
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Note: This wiki was originally created for use by the ImtechICT commercial training guide for new graduates.
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It is a mistake to look too far ahead. Only one link in the chain of destiny can be handled at a time.
- definition of project
- (category) and initialisms
- PMI Talent Triangle
- tools and techniques
- PMI processes
In the future topics for discussion may be listed here.
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The Project Management Institute (PMI®), is one of the professional organizations that provides accreditation for project management professionals. According to PMI, each of the 47 PMI project management processes are organized into five groups of processes and ten knowledge areas for a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) to know and use. These processes and knowledge areas are defined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). The PMBOK guide is currently (2018) in its 6th edition. This site requires some updating to match the changes from the 5th to the 6th versions.
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Some starting pointsEdit
See the category, documents, for a list of more project documents.
- project team
- project manager
- project staff
- supporting experts
- user or customer representatives
(See other roles.)
- PM organizations
- PM books
- Exam study aides
- PM web sites
See the category: PM resources
The following are groups or regional organizations using sub-sections of this wiki. (The wiki is also open to use by individuals interested in project management.)
- Project Management Mentors of Detroit
- This wiki was originally created as part of the ImtechICT commercial training guide for new graduates.