Project Management Road Trip For the Project Management Professional: Your Key to PMP Certification and Understanding the PMBOK Fourth Edition Review

Project Management Road Trip For the Project Management Professional: Your Key to PMP Certification and Understanding the PMBOK Fourth Edition
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First Disclaimer: I haven't read the Complete book as of yet.

I have done lot of research in terms of PMP certification books, materials, mind-maps and sample questions.
This books seems like a whiff of fresh air. Just go to the authors website ([...]) and glance couple of pages. It's amazing how clean and simple he has crafted it. (If you have read or trying to read Rita or PMBOK you know what I mean).

My opinion about other:
1. [...] :: Pretty good resources. Though has too much data. Go for finding practice tests.
2. PMBOK :: 'The Standard', albeit poorly organized with repetitive, confusing and over-clarified text.
3. RITA's book :: Great if you have no self respect and like to read sarcasm after every two sentences. (I think the objective of the book is "I'll make sure you understand how great this book is over PMBOK"). But again it has been bestselling for so many years, so it may have something which I could not discover.
4. Andy Crowe's book :: Haven't read it, but the reviews seems pretty good.

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For any of us wanting to improve our project management skills or get our PMP certification, merely memorizing the PMBOK is not enough; we have to really understand the project management processes and their relationships with each other.The Project Management Road Trip for the Project Management Professional presents the 42 PMBOK processes in an easy-to-follow manner and provides essential and expanded information on the topics, tools, and techniques that we need to know to be need to know to pass the PMP examination and be better project managers, including leadership and team topics; conflict management and negotiation; precedence diagramming method; critical path method; decision trees; make-or-buy analysis; earned value management; contracts; risk probability and impact matrices; and a PMP practice examination with more than 200 realistic questions.

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