Friday, March 05, 2021

Updated Course: What’s New – PMP 35 Contact Hours Online


The course, PMP 35 Contact Hours Online has been available since early 2019 and has enabled many PMP® success stories. The entire course is in Video format and currently has over 35 hours of video. 

Many professionals have gone through this course and a few have written their success stories. Most of them used this PMP 35 contact hours course, along with the PMP Exam Prep book, I Want To Be A PMP. This is to be use both video and text content.

This course also comes with a full-money back guarantee for 15 days. There are no tricky terms and conditions written in small letters. You can know more on this money-back guarantee in the first linked and highlighted text. 

There is no machine reading this course, which makes you feel like a robot. You are not a robot interacting with another. A machine can never explain a PMP preparatory course, which is of high complexity. In reality, a machine reading course for PMP preparation, teaches you little to nothing. 


Why the Updates?

The updates are NOT there to make the course like the Exam Content Outline (ECO), which is a barebone skeleton. Based on the ECO, the questions are segregated on percent basis and inform on the Domains, Tasks and Enablers. 

The actual content of the exam will be from the PMBOK® Guide, the Agile Practice Guide, and other PMI® references. To understand the domains, tasks and enablers, you have to go through these guides, references and build a sound understanding. 

You can read more on the Exam Changes in the below article:

What Should You Know about the PMP Exam 2021 Changes

The article notes 2020 changes, but the exam changes were postponed to 2021. The content of the above article is still highly relevant and applicable.

The updates for the PMP 35 Contact Hours Course are primarily driven by eight factors:

  • Availability or updates to existing guides and standards: Project management professional is based on various guides, e.g., the PMBOK guide, the Agile Practice Guide (APG).
  • Availability or updates to references: The PMP exam also now has a list of reference books. Also, the PMBOK guide internally refers to certain standards.  
  • Agile Content: Recently, Agile has been emphasized and 50% of questions will be from Agile and/or Hybrid approaches.
  • New Exam Content Outline (ECO): The ECO has gone through changes and a new ECO has been effective from January 02, 2021.
  • New types of questions in the exam: New types of questions come in the PMP exam or new ways are introduced to take the exam. 
  • Emerging new practices: There are continuously new emerging practices which will be tested in the PMP exam.   
  • Feedback from exam takers: Some successful PMPs, who have used this 35 contact hours course, write their exam experiences and share their learnings.
  • Updates on advanced or complex areas: Sometimes advanced concepts are tested in the exam. The updated videos reflect it.

With this background, there have been frequent and continuous updates to: 
PMP 35 Contact Hours Online Course 

All these updates have been free for existing customers of this video course.


What’s New – PMP 35 Contact Hours Online Course

These updates have happened over years and in total there have been 15 updates so far. Do note all these contents in Video format, except the ones of questions and answers, which you have to solve. 

Following are the highlights of these updates. 

1. NEW/UPDATED Videos on Agile for every Knowledge Area 

Every knowledge area in the PMBOK guide has a brief content on Agile or Adaptive environments. The course explanations are in videos with numerous diagrams, tips and detailed explanations. No machine is reading this course, which is effectively useless learning. 

2. NEW/UPDATED Videos for Agile Concepts and Practices in the PMBOK Guide

The PMBOK guide covers a number of Agile aspects in its 5 process groups (PG), 10 knowledge areas (KA) and 49 processes. This course explains the needed concepts with videos. 

Again, no machine is reading this course, but human-to-human interactions with videos. 

Many get surprised when I say that PMBOK has covered almost every important Agile Artifact, important Agile Practices, and important Agile Metrics etc. Some of these are:

  • Iteration/Sprint Planning
  • Iteration/Daily Stand-up
  • Iteration/Sprint, Project Retrospectives
  • Iteration Demonstration.

PMBOK also covers various Agile concepts such as:

  • Product Roadmap
  • Velocity
  • Burndown/burnup Charts
  • Reserve burndown Chart
  • Agile Release Planning
  • Iteration burndown Chart, among many others.

3. NEW Video Lesson: Agile Project Management 

While the PMBOK guide has Agile content, it’s not enough to prepare. You have to understand the fundamental aspects of Agile in a deeper way. For this reason, a new “Lesson: Agile Project Management” has been added. This is aligned with the Agile Practice Guide.

I call it the 11th Knowledge Area (KA). The other 10 KAs are from Project Integration Management to Project Stakeholder Management.

This lesson of Agile Project Management has the following ones:

  • Number of videos: 47  
  • Duration: 2hours and 45 minutes 
  • A number of lesson-end practice questions with answers

These videos are freshly created. The practice questions are excluding the lesson-end and full-length question.

4. One NEW Full-Length Question Set specific to Agile/Hybrid Approaches 

Now the course has a specific question-set (out of 6 full-length sets) on Agile/Hybrid approaches. 

This question set has questions specifically on Agile, along with detailed answers. It has 180 questions with detailed answers.

5. NEW set of Exercises for the new ECO

The exam content outline for the PMP exam has changed since January 02, 2021. In light of this, the course now comes with an exhaustive set of exercises related to the ECO, the domains, tasks and enablers. 

6. Two NEW Full-length Question Sets.

Earlier the course had four full-length question sets. Now, it has six full-length question sets. Five of these will cover questions on predictive mode and one will specifically for Agile/Adaptive mode.

7. NEW sets of Video Exercises for every Knowledge Area.

A number of videos on ITTO exercises, taken from PMP Live Lessons, are part of the course. The PMP Live Lessons have exhaustive ITTO exercises. Some of the videos have been put into the 35 contact hours course.

These exercises are separate from the full-length or lesson-end practice tests.

8. UPDATED Formulas in the PMP Exam Formula Gold Cards

Formulas in the PMP Gold cards are updated, primarily with respect to new types of questions such as Range of Incentive Effectiveness (RIE), Earned Schedule Management (ESM) etc. 

Note: The formula gold cards of the course can be downloaded.

9. MORE Explanatory Videos

When the course was first released it had over 480 videos. Today, the number of videos is around 550. With this, you have 5 hours of additional contents. In total, it has now around 35 hours of videos. Earlier the duration was around 30 hours.

Many think that by just doing a set of questions in a simulator is enough to pass the exam. Nothing is further from the truth. The PMP Exam is not like that. Without understanding the concepts first, directly using simulators will be futile and useless. 

10. UPDATED due to the updates in the PMBOK Guide!

Very few know that the PMBOK guide also gets updated. Change Log’s behavior or content of Scope Statement. As the PMBOK guide gets updates, the corresponding videos have been updated. 

11. NEW Software Toolkit for the ITTOs, with video explanations.

A new software toolkit has been provided, with video explanations, with which you can quickly detect the ITTOs.

12. UPDATED Lesson-end Practice Questions.

Earlier, few chapter end practice questions were available. Now, a number of practice questions, process and ITTO related questions are added.

These exercises are separate from the full-length practice tests.

13. NEW Videos for PMP Online Proctored Exams

The PMP exam now has an option to take in proctored mode. Based on it, new video contents have been added, which will tell you in a step-by-step manner on how to proceed with the exam. 

14. UPDATED Content on filling PMP Exam Application Forms

The way exam applications are filled-up has changed. A step-by-step guide has been included on how to fill-up the exam application forms. It also has dos and don’ts, and templates needed.

15. UPDATED Preparation Plan for the PMP 35 Contact Hours Course, i.e., how to Prepare with the Course 

This course had a preparation plan from the very beginning. It has been updated in light of the new contents, new videos and video exercises.  

16. NEW Videos on PTA and RIE

The Procurement Management KA now has new videos on point of total assumption (PTA) and range of incentive effectiveness (RIE). There are also other updated videos as well as new videos on contract management. 

17. UPDATED Welcome Video Section for New PMP Exam from January 02, 2021

The exam has changed with updated PMP exam pre-requisites, the changed exam pattern, types of questions, among others. It also now has three NEW domains: People, Process and Business Environment.

Based on this, the Welcome section has been updated.

18. NEW Question Set for New Question Styles

Along with multi-choice questions, there can be other questions in the PMP exam. These can be hotspot questions, multi-response, drag and drop questions. A few fill-in-the blank types questions can also come. 

Based on it, a new question set has been added, which will specifically address these questions. This is excluding the full-length question sets and chapter end practice tests.

19. UPDATES to Course Index File

The index file is important to know the content of the course. As the course gets updated the index file also gets updated with clear highlighting for the NEW, as well as the UPDATED content. You will also know if any item has been removed. 

How Will I Know about the Updates?

Professinoals and people who want to purchase the PMP 35 Contact Hours course, raise this question frequently. I understand this concern and below points clearly inform how to know about the updates.

  1. All changes will be clearly communicated to you via E-Mail. 
  2. Inside this online course, the new ones will be highlighted as *** NEW ***, and the updates ones will be *** UPDATED ***Green color coding will be there for these changes in the communicated mails. All emails will be part of update E-mail archive.
  3. All the previous updated mails are part of the PMP 35 Conact Hours Online course, so that you are clearly aware of the new changes that have happened. 
  4. The index file of the course is also updated, because that gives you a quick view on the new/updated content. This is important and needed by many to check their progress. 
  5. For the new videos (recent additions) in the course, the videos are clearly noted as NEW, so that you are immediately aware of it. 
  6. A number of tips and revision reminders are also added along the content in the PMP 35 Contact Hours course. They are also clearly highlighted.
  7. For any clarification or questions on these updates, you can ask your questions. You will definitely get a response. This one of the biggest advantages of having the course as I respond not only the queries on updates, but also your questions and clarifications.
  8. As noted earlier, all the new/updated content will be FREE of cost to you.

Conclusion

With these changes, the course, PMP 35 Contact Hours Online, remains fresh and latest. 

More importantly, these changes enable you to prepare better for the PMP exam. I expect these new changes to continue into the future. As far as I am aware, this is the only PMP 35 Contact Hours course in the world, which sees continuous changes and frequent updates. 

You can also go through the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) of this course, in the below link, to know more.
FAQs - Management Yogi's PMP 35 Contact Hours Online Course 


To all the learners and subscribers of this course, I wish the very best. Stay the course in your journey, and prepare sincerely to clear the exam. 


Wednesday, March 03, 2021

Updated Book: What’s New – I Want To Be A PMP, Second Edition


The book, I Want To Be An PMP, Second Edition has been available since 2018 and has been instrumental in creating many successful PMPs. 

This is evidenced by PMP success stories written by a number of successful PMPs. They have written it and shared with you so that one day you can be a PMP.

Why the Updates?

The Project Management Professional (PMP®) exam is certainly a challenging exam and it’s not a static exam. Project management profession is also dynamic in nature. Simultaneously, a project manager’s understanding and knowledge-base have to increase and improve over time.

What’s needed to be a PMP in year 2000 is not enough while being a PMP in 2010. Similarly, what is needed to be a PMP in year 2021 and beyond will be definitely more demanding compared to what is needed to be a PMP in 2010. Hence, any aspiring PMP needs to evolve and update to clear the exam. 

In light of these, the book: I Want To Be A PMP, 2nd Edition, has seen continuous updates based on the new aspects of project management and more specifically the new changes coming in the PMP exam.  

The book for Project Management Professional Exam (PMP) has seen frequent updates since its availability. 

These updates are possible, because all this book is hosted online. Unlike traditional printed books, this book is never static. They are also important for you to know the latest practices or frameworks and stay up-to-date.

The updates for the PMP book are primarily driven by nine factors:

  • Availability or updates to existing guides and standards: Project management professional is based on various guides, e.g., the PMBOK® guide, the Agile Practice Guide (APG) etc.
  • Availability or updates to references: For example, there have been updates to Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) standards, Earned Value Management (EVM) standards. The PMP exam also now has a list of reference books. 
  • Agile Content: The PMBOK, 6th edition has Agile content from the very beginning of its release. Recently, Agile has been emphasized and 50% of questions will be from Agile and/or Hybrid approaches. 
  • New Exam Content Outline (ECO): The ECO is the blueprint for the PMP exam and based on the ECO the questions are segregated. However, it’s barebone skeleton and real content will be from the PMBOK Guide, APG and other references.  
  • New types of questions in the exam: New types of questions come in the PMP exam or new ways are introduced to take the exam. For example, in the PMP exam now you have HotSpot, Multi-response, Drag and Drop questions. 
  • Emerging new practices: There are continuously new emerging practices which will be tested in the PMP exam.   
  • Feedback from exam takers: Some successful PMPs write their exam experiences and inform on new types of questions. 
  • Updates on advanced or complex areas: For example, many times advanced concepts such as Earned Value Management, Reserve Management. Advance Practices in Agile Management etc.
  • Updates on Videos: This book has quite a few videos in complex/complicated areas. Many times, I add additional videos so that the exam takers get more practice and feel more confident. 

With this background, there have been frequent and continuous updates to the PMI-PMP Exam Prep: I Want To Be A PMP. 

All these updates are free for existing customers of the book.

What’s New in the Book – I Want To Be A PMP?

The book, I Want To Be A PMP, as noted before, has seen frequent and continuous updates. These are highlights for the new addition, and updates to the book. These updates have happened over years and in total this book has seen 20 updates. 

1. NEW/UPDATED section on Agile for every Knowledge Area 

Every knowledge area in the PMBOK guide has a brief content on Agile or Adaptive environments. The book explains with numerous diagrams, tips and detailed explanation. 

2. NEW/UPDATED for Agile Concepts and Practices in the PMBOK Guide

It’s a common misconception to think that PMBOK guide hardly refers to Agile in its 5 process groups (PG), 10 knowledge areas (KA) and 49 processes. In fact, a large number of Agile concepts have been covered throughout the PMBOK guide. You will find information on:

  • Iteration/Sprint Planning
  • Iteration/Daily Stand-up
  • Iteration/Sprint or Project Retrospectives
  • Iteration Demonstration/Review, among many others.

The PMBOK guide also covers various Agile concepts such as:

  • Agile Release Planning
  • Iteration burndown Chart
  • Product Backlog
  • Product Roadmap
  • Epics, Use Stories, among many others.

3. NEW chapter in Agile Project Management 

As Agile and/or Hybrid approaches will have 50% questions in the exam, I decided to put a brand-new chapter of Agile Project Management. This chapter also comes with a set of chapter-end practice questions with answers and numerous yogic tips and revisions. 

4. NEW Question Set specific to Agile/Hybrid Approaches 

The book has 3 full-length question sets. Now the book has a specific question-set (out of 3 full-length sets) on Agile/Hybrid approaches. It has questions specifically on Agile, along with detailed answers. 

5. NEW set of Exercises for the new ECO

The exam content outline for the PMP exam has changed since January 02, 2021. In light of this, the book now comes with an exhaustive set of exercises related to the ECO, the domains, tasks and enablers. 

6. UPDATED with a number of tips and tricks

A number of new tips and tricks have been added. In addition, as I frequently write on Project Management topics, they have brought in new additions to the book. These additions are specific to project management.   

7. NEW set of ITTO exercises for every Knowledge Area

The book is aligned with the PMBOK guide as it’s the main reference guide for the exam containing many Agile concepts. However, with 100s of Inputs, Tools and Techniques and Outputs (ITTOs), it’s easy to get lost and not know the values of the tools and techniques (T&Ts). 

Hence, a number of exercises have been added to every knowledge area. This is excluding the full-length question sets and chapter end practice tests.

8. UPDATED formulas in the PMP Exam Formula Gold Cards

Formulas in the PMP Gold cards are updated, primarily with respect to new types of questions such as Range of Incentive Effectiveness, Point of Total Assumption, Earned Schedule Management (ESM) etc. 

Note: The formula gold cards of the book can be downloaded.

9. NEW section of Flow-Diagrams in every Knowledge Area 

There are many processes in any Knowledge Area, but for your PMP exam, you need to understand how they interact with each other. Hence, in every KA, a dedicated section of flow of processes have been added. 

10. UPDATED set of videos

Earlier edition of the book has some videos. In the current edition, you have more videos (over 70 now) in certain  complicated areas. 

11. UPDATED due to the updates in the PMBOK Guide!

Very few know that the PMBOK guide also gets updated. Yes, it does! For example, Change Log’s behavior or content of Scope Statement. Over years, the PMBOK guide has seen quite a few updates and this has resulted in the changes to the book. 

12. NEW Software Toolkit for the ITTOs

As noted earlier, the PMBOK guide has numerous ITTOs. Even for experienced managers it’s easy to get lost because of the sheer number of them. Hence, a new software toolkit has been provided, with which you can quickly detect the ITTOs.

13. UPDATED Chapter-end Practice Questions

Earlier, few chapter end practice questions were available. Now, on an average, 40 practice questions are available in the book. I’ve added these questions (taken from PMP Live Lessons) so that you get more practice. 

14. NEW Content on PMP Online Proctored Exam

The PMP exam now has an option to take in proctored mode. Based on this the section of “How To Be A PMI-PMP” has been updated. It describes, in a step-by-step manner, on how to take the exam in proctored mode. 

15. UPDATED Content on filling PMP Exam Application Form

The way exam applications are filled-up has changed since 2018. A step-by-step guide has been included on how to fill-up the exam application forms. It also has dos and don’ts, and templates needed.

16. NEW Preparation Plan for the Book, i.e., How to Prepare with the Book 

This is based on readers’ requests. Quite a few readers wanted to have a preparation plan as they purchased the book. This book has a preparation plan informing on the hours needed, daily expectations of readings, the duration needed to prepare for the exam. 

17. NEW Sections on Contracting under Procurement Management

The Procurement Management KA has been updated with budgetary implications of various contract types – Fixed Price (FP), Cost Reimbursable (CR) and Time & Material (T&M), how to solve the PMP exam questions related to contract types quickly and a few related videos for your understanding. 

18. UPDATED Introduction section for New PMP Exam from January 02, 201

The PMP exam has changed since January 02, 201. In the updated Introduction section, you will know the updated PMP exam pre-requisites, the changed exam pattern for the PMP exam content, changed PMP exam details with three NEW domains People, Process and Business Environment, and the question styles. You will also know the types of possible questions.

19. NEW Question Set for New Question Styles

Along with multi-choice questions, there can be other questions in the PMP exam. These can be hotspot questions, multi-response, drag and drop questions. A few fill-in-the blank types questions can also come. 

Based on it, a new question set with a few questions has been added, which will specifically address these questions. This is excluding the full-length question sets and chapter end practice tests.

20. UPDATES to Book’s Index File

The index file is important to know the content of the book. As the book gets updated the index file also gets updated with clear highlighting for the NEW, as well as the UPDATED content. You will also know if any item has been removed. 

How Will I Know about the Updates?

Professinoals and people who want to purchase the PMP book, raise this question frequently. I understand this concern and below points clearly inform how to know about the updates.

  1. All changes will be clearly communicated to you via E-Mail. 
  2. Inside the book, the new ones will be highlighted as *** NEW ***, and the updates ones will be *** UPDATED ***Green color coding will be there for these changes. In some cases, the earlier updates will be removed to keep it clean. However, they will be part of update E-mail archive.
  3. All the previous updated mails are part of the PMP book, so that you are clearly aware of the new changes that have happened. 
  4. The index file of the book is also updated, because that gives you a quick view on the new/updated content. 
  5. For the new videos in the book, the videos are clearly noted as NEW, so that you are immediately aware of it. Yes, the PMP exam prep book also contains many videos. 
  6. For the new documents, the documents are cleared noted as NEW, too.
  7. A number of tips and revision reminders are also added along the content in the PMP exam prep book. They are also clearly highlighted.
  8. For any clarification or questions on these updates, you can ask your questions. You will definitely get a response. This one of the biggest advantages of having the book as I respond not only the queries on updates, but also your questions and clarifications.
  9. As noted earlier, all the new/updated content will be FREE of cost to you.

Conclusion

With these changes, the book – I Want To Be A PMP, remains fresh and latest. 

More importantly, with these changes, I believe you will be not only preparing well for the exam, but also be prepared with the latest PMP exam changes, effective from January 02, 2021. I expect these new changes to continue into the future. 

For overall details of book, please refer (first in the list):
https://www.managementyogi.com/p/books.html

As far as I am aware, this is the only PMP Exam Prep book in the world, which sees continuous changes and frequent updates. I firmly believe it enormously benefits all the readers of the book, prepares them in a better way and gives them more confidence.  

To all the readers of this book, I wish the very best. Stay the course in your journey, hold the line and crack the exam. 


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Monday, February 01, 2021

RMP Success Story: RMP Exam is Tougher Than the PMP Exam, Prepare Strongly To Succeed

By V Satya Viswanadha Raju, RMP, PMP


Introduction
I have been part of IT Service Operations industry for over 10 years and support multi-million dollars clients with varying service level agreement (SLA) demands. In these environments, risks are high and risk management is highly needed. My current role in the organization demanded Operational Risk Management.

Risk management exposure during my Project Management Professional (PMP®) preparations always drew my attention to this specific function and remained my favourite subject to understand and implement.

After completion of my PMP certification, I was in constant discussions with Satya sir about taking the Risk Management Professional (RMP®) exam, who has been my go-to man, always. 


My PMP Success Story: Extraordinary Content of 35 Hours Online Course and a Sincere Approach Helped to Crack the Exam


Own Study
Post my PMP certification, I had long discussions and guidance from Satya Sir and decided to pursue Risk Management Professional (RMP®) certification. The very first thing I did was to buy the RMP Exam Prep Book - I Want to be a RMP, Second Edition, written by Satya Sir. 

Based on my previous experiences with PMP 35 Contact Hours Online Course and MS Project 2016 Live Sessions, I decided to go for this book. Before referring to any other guides and/or standards, I started my RMP journey with I Want To Be A RMP book. 

For preparation, I primarily referred to content from the below three.

  • Book – I Want To Be A RMP, The Plain and Simple Way, 2nd Edition, by Satya Narayan Dash
  • The Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs, and Projects, by Project Management Institute (PMI®)
  • Practice Standard for Risk Management, by Project Management Institute (PMI)

However, my primary focus and reference were always on the I Want To Be A RMP book. I have read the book six times.

My preparation timeline was six months. I've dedicated two to three hours to study daily. On weekends, I’ve spent four to five hours.

I started off by taking the re-access to PMP 35 Contact Hours course and particularly focused on the set of videos from Risk Management Lesson. This helped me to revise the concepts and prepare.

RMP Exam Experience
My RMP Exam Application form was approved by PMI in December, 2020. On the same date, I booked the slot to give my exam at Pearson Vue professional Center, Bengaluru. 

In the month of December 2020, I started setting up my mind and body for taking the toughest questions and 210 minutes of sitting posture. Practised breathing exercises which really help to reduce the stress.

On the D day, I reached the exam Center 30 minutes early and completed the formalities and it was all set. First few minutes are a bit nervous and even the questions are very complex. And as the time passed, I got more confident and it was a free flow like a stream after the first 30 minutes. I kept checking the time ticks and I didn’t rush towards the end. 

I felt somewhat stressed around the 110th question, and hence, took a break after completing 125 questions so that I could regain my momentum. 

Types of Questions Faced

  • I felt the RMP exam was tougher than the PMP exam as I didn’t find a single question as moderate.
  • At-least 20 questions were very lengthy, 7-8 lines descriptions, and then a question. It takes time to read, and analyze such questions.
  • I received at least 20 Mathematical questions on S- Curve, various estimation techniques and earned value calculations.
  • I also faced questions on To Complete Performance Index (TCPI), Cost Performance Index (CPI) as well as questions on Risk Score.

Book Review - I Want To Be A RMP, 2nd Edition
As I mentioned earlier, before referring to any other books, I started with I Want To Be A RMP book and have read it multiple times.

I did’t hesitate and did’t have any second thoughts to call the books from Satya sir as my Bhagavad Gita for project management, filled with contents from other a number of other books, such as: I Want To Be A PMP book, a number of other references and for Agile based Risk Management - I Want To Be An  ACP book. 

In this book, after every chapter, you will have practice questions which are mostly situational and give different directions towards thinking and making you prepared for the final exam. The answers are also available for each one of them.

The book also has two sets of complete mock exams with answers and detailed explanation for the answer. I recommend anyone, to first take one full-length exam and check yourself where you stand for the main exam and then prepare accordingly. 

The beauty of the book is, it has highlighted tips, and the author will put stress on key focus areas. A large number of tips and revisions have been shared in the book. 

Suggestions for RMP Aspirants
Dos

  • Set your mind for the toughest exam from PMI. As I see it, the RMP exam is tougher than the PMP exam!
  • Plan your schedule and follow the schedule strictly.
  • Practise more mathematical questions and formulas.
  • I recommend to take a short break during the exam, accordingly
Don’ts
  • Stick to books and/or guides you choose and don’t deviate from them.
  • Don’t be nervous during the exam. What will happen will happen – you have prepared earnestly.

Conclusion
I was very elated after clearing my RMP exam. 

I would like to thank Satya sir for his continuous guidance and inspiring me in pursuing this certification. He was the “Person to go to” during my RMP journey for clarifying the doubts, getting the needed advisory.  


Brief Profile:
V, Satya Viswanadha Raju, RMP, PMP

Current Role: I’m currently a Service Delivery Lead in an MNC, Bengaluru, India.




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