Sunday, October 25, 2009

PMLL Episode 0079 Project Cost Management: Earned Value Management V4 (PMPExamPrep)

Notes and Podcast info from the Conference Call:

Topic: Project Cost Management: Earned Value Management V4 (PMPExamPrep) founder and PM Best Practices host: Henry Will, PMP PMPExamPrep host: David Radkovich PMP
Presenter: David Radkovich, PMP, EVP, Earned Value Analyst, Subsystems Technologies – Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey

Date of Conference Call: 03Sep2009
Podcast Number: 0079

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If you're studying for the PMP Exam, you may want to listen to the MP3s of past PMP Exam Study Group conference calls. They're located in our Archive (see the link on our website).

While we created this podcast for an earlier version of the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBoK), the concepts and all of the content are still valid for the PMBOK fifth edition.
This month's PMP Study call focuses on the Earned Value Management tool that is part of the Project Cost Management knowledge area as laid out in the PMBOK. David Radkovich, PMP, EVP will provide insight and practical examples of everything you need to know to building your critical knowledge mass and pass the PMP exam on the first attempt.

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