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PMBOK - Comments and Suggestion

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ulysses garcia
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Hi to my friends in PP

PMBOK has materialised into existence with the contribution of knowledge from the brilliant personalities..

Is this book reliable and accurate? just asking..

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PMBOK is an excellent reference. It offers guidance, a standard terminology and a framework for approaching project management. It is not a Bible with rigid commandments.

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One of the most practical books, I have ever seen.

JUST Fantastic. No doubts over it.

Being used by almost 250,000 professionals round the world...

May require one more update with change in few terminologies, but still a more relaible and accurate book.