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PMI-PBA Study Tables

PMI-PBA Study Tables
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Authors: Elizabeth Larson, Richard Larson
Paperback: 23 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0578158082

Our PMI-PBA Study Tables give you an overview of the PMI-PBA domains in a comprehensive and detailed, yet highly visual package. Their format assists both visual and kinesthetic learning styles. These colorful, robust tables are designed for independent study or for use with study groups or training classes. They also are a valuable aid on the job as a quick-reference resource.

Please note: Our Study Tables are based on the PMI-PBA Examination Content Outline, the main resource to follow when studying for the PBA exam. The tables do not specifically map to any of the numerous references listed by PMI, including the Business Analysis for Practitioners: A Practice Guide. The BA Practice Guide was written to provide practical BA advice, not as an exam preparation book.

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