Project Management Guide 6th Edition - PMBOK Guide - Hungarian Version
The sixth edition of the PMBOK® Guide received more than 8,500 comments, making it truly a project management community’s own achievement and an essential tool for any practicing project manager.
The PMBOK® Guide In 1983, a dedicated group of volunteers from the Project Management Institute (PMI®) came together for the pioneering goal of defining the knowledge base for project management. The effort later led to the creation of the Project Management Guide (PMBOK® Guide), which can be considered a global standard for project management. Although the business has undergone significant changes in recent decades, good practice project management remains a critical driver behind business success.
It creates value, advances strategy, and increases an organization’s competitive advantage. Today, the PMBOK® Guide is a widely recognized publication that provides a comprehensive set of rules for effective project management practice. Why? Because it was developed in a unique way by project managers and is for project managers. A hundred-person global team of volunteers and practicing project managers work on all editions of the PMBOK® Guide. In the early stages of release, the draft is available to everyone, reviewed, and commented on, and all suggestions are considered by the central team.
AGILE Practice Guide - Hungarian Version
As a result of a collaboration between the Project Management Institute and the Agile Alliance®, the book includes a state-of-the-art presentation of the agile approach (Scrum, Lean, Kanban, Scrum, etc.) and, as such, should not be missing from any project manager’s bookshelf.
This book is the Hungarian edition of the project management institute's (PMI) Agile Practice Guide. This book, which fills a gap in Hungary, provides a current summary of the rapidly developing and spreading innovative trend of project management, agile project management.
It helps to understand, evaluate, and use agile and hybrid approaches. It provides practical guidance on when, where, and how to apply agile approaches, as well as practical methods and tools for professionals and organizations to increase their agility. The publication has been compiled in line with other PMI standards, including the sixth edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).