Satya Narayan Dash is a management professional, speaker, coach and author of multiple books: I Want To Be A RMP, I Want To Be A PMP, and, I Want To Be An ACP. He has created new management paradigms, including “Agile PMP,” “Practical PMP” and “Practical RMP” and many hands-on Agile-related courses.

His area of interest primarily includes Management Principles and Practices; Agile - Scrum, XP, Kanban, Lean, Project Management related – Project, Program and Portfolio; Telecom/Payment/Android/MOOC/Cloud related Technologies; Six Sigma, Microsoft Project, Oracle Primavera P6, Oracle Primavera Risk Analysis and Agile tools.



He is currently based out Bangalore, India and can be contacted at: 
E-mail: managementyogi@gmail.com
Twitter: @managementyogi



Recent Ones:
  1. PMP/ACP Prep: Why and When To Go For Agile Life Cycle, April 17, 2018 by MPUG (Link)
  2. Step by Step Guide: Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2015 with Visual Studio Community 2015 for Agile DevOps, June 20, 2017 (Link)
  3. Step by Step Guide - JIRA 7.3 for Lean/Agile Development, March 13, 2017 (Link)
  4. RMP Prep: Probability Distribution in Risk Management, May 5, 2017 (Link)
  5. RMP/PMP Prep: Decision Tree Analysis in Risk Management, February 20, 2017 by MPUG (Link
  6. 5 Metrics for Agile Development, September 12, 2016 by MPUG (Link)
    [Metrics will be needed in PMI-ACP]
  7. PMI-ACP Prep: Introduction to Kanban, Kanban System and Kanban Development, July 19, 2016 by MPUG (Link)
    [Good understanding of Kanban is a must for PMI-ACP]
  8. PMI-ACP Prep: Understanding Project Estimation in Agile Development, May 10, 2016 by MPUG (Link)
    [Iterations, Story, Story Points, Velocity - Must know for PMI-ACP]
  9. PMP Prep: Strategic Alignment of Projects, March 8, 2016 by MPUG (Link)
White Papers (partial list):
  1. Author White Paper - "PMBOK Guide 5th Edition and Oracle Primavera P6 - A Practical Step by Step Approach for Time Management", published by PM World Journal, January 2015, USA (Link)
  2.  Author White Paper - "PMBOK Guide 5th Edition and MS Project 2016 - A Practical Hands-on Guide", December 2015 (Link)
  3. Author White Paper - "PMBOK Guide 5th Edition and MS Project 2010 - A Practical Step-by-Step Approach", published by PM World Journal, February 2013, USA (Link)
  4. Co-Author of White Paper – “Synergy between PMBOK and MS Project 2007 - A Schedule Management Perspective” published by PMWorldToday, March 2009, USA (Link)
  5. Author of White Paper – “Offshore Software Project Development and Agile Framework - Can there be a Confluence?” published by PMWorldToday, May 2009, USA (Link)
  6. Author of White Paper - PMBOK 5th Edition with MS Project 2013 - A Practical Guide (Updated version on Project 2010) - (Link)

(partial list):
  1. PMP Prep: Understanding Internal Rate of Return -  December 22, 2015 by MPUG (Link)
  2. PMI-ACP Prep: Agile Scrum - Sprint I/O (Inputs and Outputs) - November 07, 2015 by ManagementYogi (Link)
  3. PMP Prep: Resource Leveling and Resource Smoothing - November 03, 2015 by MPUG (Link)
  4. PMI-ACP Prep: Scrum and Kanban – Similarities and Differences - October 31, 2015 by ManagementYogi (Link)
  5. PMP Prep: Qualitative vs. Quantitative Risk Analysis - August 25, 2015 by MPUG (Link)
  6. PMP Prep: Calculating EAC and ETC for Forecasting - June 23, 2015 by MPUG (Link)
  7. Lost in Translation? 5 PMBOK® Terms Explained for Project Users - May 5, 2015 by MPUG (Link)
  8. Myths and Facts on PMI-ACP Examination - Part 1 (Link)
  9. Myths and Facts on PMI-ACP Examination - Part 2 (Link)
  10. Agile Is About Adaptive Actions, Not Corrective Actions or Preventive Actions (Link)
  11. PMP Certification and Maintenance: A Truly Cost Effective Way (Link)
  12. 11 Signs that Your Project will Fail (Part1 and Part2)
  13. Surviving Organizational Politics - Part I and II (Link1Link2)
  14. Percentage of Completion - Is It Meaningful? (Link)
  15. Nine Myths and Facts on PMI-PMP Examination (Link)
  16. Key Steps to Starting a Project - PMHut (Link)
  17. 7 Sins in a PMO (Program Management Officer) Role (Link)
  18. Differentiating Between Project Success and Project Management Success - PMHut (Link)