Every time there is a change in the PMBOK Guide, and for a year or more before, we start to see the hype, which is quite annoying.
One really can find it quite hard to filter through the numerous posts and it might be impossible to distinguish which is a legitimate post, an imitated post (copy-paste), or just bogus marketing.
At times, our clients ask us how do we compare the SUKAD CAMMP Model with other methods or guides. The quick answer is in this image.
Project Management certification is highly popular among individuals and organizations.
Although the PMP® might not be the best for enhancing organizational performance, it is the preferred certification by those who want to make their CV looks better for potential employers; especially if they are looking for a new job.
In the previous post, we talked about
Who are the people involved in delivering a project?
In that article, we discussed the various components of the Extended Project Team, Project Team, and Project Management Team. So regardless of what team we are talking about, is there one team for a given project?
What we mean here – on a project life cycle – is the team constant?
This post is a section of a chapter on project management plan. It is per our CAMMP™ Model, Version 3, and from the
book that will be published later this summer. Project Management beyond Waterfall and Agile
This section addresses the people aspects, a vital section of the Project Management Plan of a given project.
في هذه الحلقة – عرض مع صوت – نتكلم عن التقارير في ادارة المشاريع، انواعها، محتوياتها، توقيتها، ومن المسؤول عنها. مع امثلة عن مؤشرات اداء المشروع والمؤشرات في المنظمة.
In response to a request on our YouTube Channel, we are publishing this presentation on project management reports via slide share.
Many, if not most people in project management know Murphy or Murphy’s Law. According to the
Murphy’s Law Website, “ If anything can go wrong, it will“. For more information about the origin of this law, visit http://www.murphys-laws.com/murphy/murphy-true.html.
What does this mean to us in project management?
The following post is related to our upcoming book, titled
. Project Management beyond Waterfall and Agile
In this post, we focus on how to apply the high-level processes (process groups) within a typical project discovery phase.
Continue reading This entry was posted in Applying Project Management, Methodology-CAMMP, Project Management Methodology and tagged CAMMP, Discovery Phase, ISO 21500, PMBOK Guide, Project Authorization Document, Project Charter, Stage Authorization Document, Stage Detailed Plan, Stage Management Plan on . 22 June 2017
In the past, I did write a few articles about Agile and we tried to clarify the difference between Agile (as a movement) versus agile practices (as in being dynamic)
You can find these articles here: