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Pmp /Capm Exam Prep: A Basic Guide to Activity-On-Node and Critical Path Method

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A thorough and in-depth preparation guide for PMP and CAPM exams covering Precedence Diagramming Method/Activity-On-Node concepts and their analysis using Critical Path Method. This guide explains the concepts with illustrated examples with emphasis on special situations. Explanation of concepts through stepwise solved examples will provide readers hands-on ability for ...more
Paperback, 118 pages
Published October 31st 2011 by Booklocker.com
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Ricardo Viana Vargas
Book that discusses the network calculation using the activity on note method. Very useful for those preparing for the CAPM and PMP credentials of PMI and also for those who are looking to understand what is behing the software calculation for the critical path.


Livro que discute exclusivamente o cálculo de redes através do método da atividade no nó. Bastante interessante para aqueles que visam as certificações CAPM e PMP do PMI e também para aqueles que bustam compreender o que está por trás dos
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