Sunday, May 13, 2007

Missing Topics

Following topics are not covered in any of the books that I have mentioned in this blog. They are very important as many questions from these topics are appearing in PMP exams these days. I have given links for each of the topics. Reading from those links alone will do for the exam.

Point of Total Assumption - Click here.

Mcclelland's Theory - Click here.

Delegation - Click here and here.

Ethnocentrism - Click here.

Economic Value Add - Click here. (Disregard the formulae, just understand the concept that's enough.)

Expected Present Value (will add a link later. not able to find one. let me know if you find something in net)

5 comments:

Hakim B. said...

Hi,

here is a link to
Expected Present value
http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~jplehn/chpt4be.ppt

Anonymous said...

Hi Guy,
I just wanted to thank you for putting these topics. There were 4 question about these topics in the exam

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