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PMP Certification All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Cynthia Snyder

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Appendix E: Glossary

1. Inclusions and Exclusions

This glossary includes terms that are:

check Unique or nearly unique to project management (e.g., project scope statement, work package, work breakdown structure, critical path method).

check Not unique to project management, but used differently or with a narrower meaning in project management than in general everyday usage (e.g., early start date).

This glossary generally does not include:

check Application area-specific terms.

check Terms used in project management which do not differ in any material way from everyday use (e.g., calendar day, delay).

check Compound terms whose meaning is clear from the combined meanings of the component parts.

check Variants when the meaning of the variant is clear from the base term.

As a result of the above inclusions and exclusions, this glossary includes:

A preponderance of terms related to Project Scope Management, Project Time ...

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