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A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)Sixth Edition Paperback – September 22, 2017
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In the 6th Edition, PMI has gone out of their way to make the text difficult to read with a number of "technologies" to prevent copying. On the digital version you can download from PMI if you are a member, has a "Not For Distribution, Sale, or Reproduction" watermark across every page. That is extremely distracting but wait, there is more. No printing or, copying text either. For educators like myself, that is frustrating when you need to update your instructional material. The hard copy I received from Amazon, besides have different content (The PMI digital download comes with Agile Practice Guide while the Amazon version come with Standard for Project Management), has grey pages and micro printing on every page to prevent, you guessed it, copying. That makes it harder to read.
I understand PMI's concerned for protecting their copyrighted material and maintain cash flow, but as a general reader, all the watermarks/gray pages make this book distracting and difficult to read. That gets PMI a 1-star.
Content wise, it is pretty much happy to glad changes. Okay, I'm glad Time management is now Schedule Management and Human Resource Management is now Resource Management and you now Monitor Stakeholders and not Control Stakeholders. Adding the "Standard for Project Management" to the document is redundant and stupid.
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