PMP® Exam will change in December Project management continues to develop in new directions
, and PMP-certified leaders are at the forefront of this exciting evolution – equipped with a diverse skill set to deliver successful project outcomes with the right approach for each project.
The PMP is evolving just like the profession – and the new exam will focus on three new domains:
Content that spans the value spectrum, including predictive, agile and hybrid approaches, will be included across the three exam domains. The best way to understand what is included in the exam is to review the updated Exam Content Outline.
Every 3 – 5 years, we conduct research to understand how the profession has progressed, the impact of emerging trends, and how the responsibilities of project managers have changed. The last research was conducted in 2015 and resulted in the current PMP® Exam Content Outline .
Subject Matter Experts from leading organizations from around the world are currently working with us to define the PMP of the future. As this effort continues, we will share information here to keep you informed – whether you are thinking about earning the PMP or preparing to take the exam soon.
The NEW PMP® Exam Content Outline provides the framework of what you can expect on the PMP Exam after 15 December 2019.
A few things to keep in mind, depending on how far you are on your path to the PMP: