Practice Guides

Practice guides provide supporting information and instruction to help you apply PMI standards.

Practice guides may become potential standards and if so, would undergo the process for development of full consensus standards.

  • Requirements Management Practice Guide

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    This guide gives practitioners clear guidance on the tasks and techniques of requirements development and management. Requirements Management: A Practice Guide is a bridge between A Guide to the…

  • Governance of PPPM Practice Guide

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    Take a closer look at the different types of governance and learn how you can implement or enhance governance on your portfolios, programs, and projects.

  • Business Analysis Practice Guide

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    Practical advice that will help you better meet customer expectations and deliver solutions that drive business value.

  • Implementing Organizational Project Management

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    Learn how an effective project management methodology integrates globally-accepted best practices with business-specific processes and techniques.

  • Navigating Complexity

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    Understand how to navigate complexity in projects and programs using principles, tools and techniques referenced in the PMBOK® Guide and other PMI foundational standards.

  • Managing Change in Organizations

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    Go in-depth on the change management processes discussed in our foundational standards. This guide helps project and program managers to identify and account for change elements within a project or…

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