PMP Practice Exams
This exam simulation course is formatted to help prepare you for the PMP exam based on the January 2021 Exam Content Outline and the PMBOK 6th Edition.
Project Risk Board Game
- Learn about Project Risk in this Interactive Game
- Great for team events and students of project management
- Learning Aide for Trainers
- Teach Project Risk Management
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Great value for the money – fun, interactive. I taught Risk today and used lots of things you had taught! I stressed opportunities and used the EESA and MATA (which you taught me). I will recommend some of my Advanced PM students to come.
I expected good, but this is great.
Kay Wais is a consummate professional with a unique skill for helping individuals and organizations easily grasp and apply the most challenging of Project Management concepts. I turn to Kay for her ideas and approaches on best practices in Project Management, and her deep knowledge and real-world focused answers offer me tremendous value. The fact that Kay is wonderful to work with and conducts herself with the highest sense of professionalism and ethics makes for a tremendous experience.
You did excellent, especially when delivering the multiple variables going on in management and the shifting priorities in leadership.
I attended Renee’s PMP boot camp back in March of this year and she ran it brilliantly. Renee was able to work simultaneously with remote and in-person learners without missing a beat. Her ease in teaching and her complete coverage of the material by the time the boot camp ended was, to be honest, awe inspiring. Renee was easy to approach and is truly a master of her field.
You made the topic of risk management fun and entertaining – which can be hard for this topic. Great instructor.
Todd Williams knows a lot about getting failing projects back on track. His Filling Execution Gaps provides a thorough roadmap for initiating projects well and ensuring their progress toward successful completion. The focus of the book on organizational factors makes it a good reference for leaders at all levels, particularly at the upper levels where actions and decisions have such a significant impact – for better or for worse – on project outcomes.
The instructor was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the subject matter. She kept the class interesting and brought up good examples. The risk plan analysis and the concept of negative stakeholders was most helpful.
Todd provides the right guidance on how to establish an effective change management organization. This is a must read before undertaking of your next organizational project, as it will help you avoid many pitfalls which drive delays or project failures.