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2009-11-23 1 560

What has changed in the PMBOK (4th Edition)

The PMBOK has been rewriten and enhanced and published throughout this year.

 

I have just came across in interesting article that describes all the major changes that have been applied to the 4th edition.

So what has changed (read the article for further information):

  1. Consistency around the terminology and concepts used
  2. clear and standardized writing style
  3. Some minor process changes
  4. Consideration of new PM practices (Agile etc.)

A great step forward but nothing really new.

As I have written in my past post, the methods and tools around Project Management do not change much. We are vertically rather than expanding the horizon. Agile gave some new momentum to the industry and new books have been published around this topic and you see more and more presentations on conferences. But emagine, after some years you would need to rewrite was has happened on the Internet, I am sure that book would have for more major changes than a book about project management.

As said, I am glad that there are projects as they make our lives.

 

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