The intent of this book is to prepare someone for a successful interview and securing a project management job. Additionally, there is a section for aspiring PM’s that want to build a career in the project management area. This is one ambiguous piece of this world and some light is thrown in this section for those questions.
This book is not a comprehensive guide for either doing a PMP/CAPM or any such certification.
What you need to know about the author.
The author of the book is PMP and Scrum Certified Program Manager that has been in the IT field for about 17 years. She has driven several cross functional, large, complex projects to completion successfully.
You can know more from her blog www.careerbuggy.com.
What will this book do for you?
This book is written with a pure and sole intention of helping the project managers crack the interview successfully. Being a PM is one thing and being successful in every interview is another. As any software professional, one can prove their skills only if they can get past the hump of an interview. This book is written for each and everyone that are looking for a strong knowledge base for a common, yet unique set of hard Project Manager interview questions.
What differentiates this book from others in the same subject.
This book is written as a guide and guidance to aspiring or experienced Project Managers and is a short, concise, straight forward practical advice with clear examples for each question. With short and clear practical examples, this book is unique in the subject area.
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
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