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Are PM Process Groups gone?: PMP Exam changes coming July 1, 2020

February 27, 2020
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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Grantham University
16025 West 113th Street
Lenexa, KS 66219
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When the PMP exam changes on July 1, 2020, it will be a major change and it WILL NOT be based on a new version of the PMBOK. The new exam will no longer be organized by Process Group!! And Agile will be very important on the exam?  Is this a prediction of the future of Project Management?    

Attend this workshop to gain an understanding of the process PMI uses when changing the exam.  We will explore what is included in the current exam content (published in 2015) then compare it to the new exam content (published in 2019) to gain an understanding of the major shift in the  PMP exam beginning July 1, 2020.            

Course Objectives to maximize the Value of your Portfolio include analysis of:  

  • The PMBOK and Exam content update cycles
  • The current exam outline (from 2015) that is used to select exam questions today
  • The new exam outline (from 2019) that will be used to select exam questions in the future
  • A comparison of the current & new exam question criteria

Audience: Anyone that is a practicing Project Manager, anyone studying to take the PMP Exam, and well as anyone that is interested in the Project Management Profession.

PDUs Earned: 3 PDUs (3 Technical)

Class Schedule: 3 hour seminar on Thursday, February 27, 2020  6:00pm to 9:00pm

Presenter: Lyn Heaton has been active in the Project Management field for more than 30 years, both as a Project Manager and as an educator.  She currently provides project management training to various corporations, the U.S. Army, and UMKC.  

Lyn worked for 19+ years in the Telecommunications industry at Sprint Nextel.  She held the position of Project / Program Manager in various departments including Network Services, Information Services, Finance, and Marketing.  During that time she worked on many of their multi-million dollar projects.  Before moving to Overland Park, Lyn was an instructor of computer science courses at Austin Community College in Austin, TX.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.  

Lyn is an active member of the Kansas City Chapter of PMI, previously serving on their board of directors as the VP of Professional Development. She has helped to teach or facilitate PMP Prep training for the chapter since 2007.  She received her PMP in 2001 and holds a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University.

Tickets

$45.00 Member Ticket
$40.00 Earlybird rate before January 6

$55.00 Guest Ticket
$50.00 Earlybird rate before January 6