In addition to test questions in each of the five domains and two practice tests in print and online, this all-in-one study guide also contains flashcards for learning terms. This book is current with The Standard for Program Management, Fourth Edition, and its author is the second person in the world to have earned the PgMP® certification. The online versions of the practice test simulate taking the actual exams and provide scoring as above target, target, below target, or needs improvement. Answers come with explanations and references. Questions are written to improve reading skills and teach how to select the best answer, which are key to passing the exam.
Table of Contents
1. Flashcard Key Concepts.
2. Program Strategy Alignment.
3. Program Benefits Management.
4. Program Stakeholder Engagement.
5. Program Governance.
6. Program Life Cycle Management and Program Activities.
7. Practice Exam I.
8. Practice Exam II.
Dr. Ginger Levin, PMP, PgMP has more than 50 years’ experience specializing in consulting and training in portfolio and program management, organizational project management, change management, and knowledge transfer. Dr. Levin had a career in the U.S. Government working in six agencies in transportation, including in the first agency-wide PMO at the Federal Aviation Administration and had a consulting firm in Washington, DC, focused on project management, maturity models and assessments, and organizational development. Since 1996, she works on her own in the project management field and is a PMI active volunteer. Dr. Levin also is an Adjunct Professor in project management for the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s MSPM program and at the SKEMA Business School in Lille, France in its doctoral program. She is the author, editor, or co-author of 21 books and has a book series with Taylor & Francis. She works with UT-Dallas in its PgMP and PfMP boot camps. In 2014, she won PMI’s Eric Jenett Award for her contributions to the field. She received her doctoral degree from The George Washington University and won the outstanding dissertation award.