PMI-Pba(r) 200-Question Sample Exam
This book has been developed as a low-cost alternative 200 question practice PMI-PBA(TM) Exam. The author's opinions regarding what makes a good exam question, and of the importance of the intersection of business analysis and project management represented in this exam, are captured in the questions inside. The exam is tightly aligned with the Project Management Institute's exam content specification in its construction. The answer section shows a process group and specific text reference point to either the PMBOK(R) Guide, PMI-PBA(TM) Guide or "Practitioner's Guide To Requirements Management" by Larson & Larson. The book is capped off with a one page summary view of the answers and their associated domains.
- Paperback | 111 pages
- 214 x 276 x 8mm | 320g
- 08 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About John Tracy
With over 30 years of experience in software development, program management and project management, Mr. Tracy has managed over 100 major projects for national and international corporations and public sector entities. In the private sector, his responsibilities have ranged from software developer and development manager to project manager and project/program director, managing over $50 million in software projects annually. In the public sector, John has served as Chief Information Officer of a very large school district, directing major software, network, hardware and data center initiatives. He has also done senior level PM consulting work for public and private sector clients both domestically and internationally. Over the past 12 years, Mr. Tracy has developed and delivered online and traditional project management training for educational and public institutions as well as private corporations. He holds Masters Degrees in Business Administration and Management Information Systems, has held continuous PMP certification since 1998, and is currently engaged in developing and delivering project management and business analysis courseware and senior level consulting. This is his fourth book. His first book, A Project Manager's Storybook (With Cases), was published in 2013 and updated in 2014. His second book, PMBOK(R) Guide Edition Five 200-Question Sample PMP Exam(R), was published in 2014 and updated in 2015. His third book, CAPM(R) 150-Question Sample Exam, was published late in 2014.