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This book is light hearted and easy to read. Yet it contains a wealth of handy reference information for the practicing project manager. It should be, considering the large number of contributors from around the world. Further, owners of the book can log into Rita's web site at http://www.rmcproject.com/ and gain access to full sized versions of the many templates and forms displayed in the book, as well as access other useful information.

The book is also a fun book that might not satisfy the experienced project risk management aficionados. But if that's what it takes to get project risk management better established amongst the general project management community, then so be it.

One final word. In Appendix Four: The PMP® and CAPM® Exams, we learned that the PMP® exam "is written psychometrically, there are questions on the exam that even experts find difficult!" Apparently, "psychometrically" means "with psychological measurements". So at last! This "expert" writer has the perfect excuse!

R. Max Wideman
Fellow, PMI

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