Practical PM Journal Offers PDU Credits In Unrestricted 2B PDU Category

Project managers with Project Management Professional, (PMP)®, credentials may now submit articles to a non-refereed journal. Practical PM Journal is a registered publication that gives PMP credential holders the opportunity to earn PDU credits.
Sept. 7, 2010 - PRLog -- Practical PM Journal contains a wealth of information gained by project managers during the various phases of real projects. A community of project managers reveal the successes, failures and mitigation steps experienced in the practice of professional project management.

Topics cover all aspects of project management including:
- The five process groups: Initiation, Planning, Executing,Controlling and Monitoring and Closing
- The nine knowledge areas: Integration, Scope, Schedule, Costing, Quality, HR, Communications, Risk and Procurement
- Other related topics such as Operational improvement and program management

Active community members have the right to have at least one article per year published in the journal. The knowledge conveyed is of real value to other project managers as it offers the opportunity to avoid project trouble, gain efficiency, control schedules and more.

Project management professionals earn PDU credit in the 2-SDL CCR category for each Practical PM Journal that they read. Having your article published in the journal earns 15 PDU renewal credits in the 2B category.

Practical PM Journal is a registered publication. Topics relating to project management experiences, tips, guidelines and more, are covered.

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Practical PM Journal is a non-refereed journal that publishes articles based on project management topics. Certified project management professionals may be interested in submitting articles for publication. Each will earn 15 PDU renewal credits.

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