I am writing this post, including some personal background information. I write to the attention of senior executives in organizations that are leading large projects, capital projects, and mega projects. You are […]
We often see posts that tell us about the role of project manager, with a list of responsibilities. These posts often appear to be by “experts” and the content is presented with certainty. In other words, the […]
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This blog article, combine three short articles/video blogs that we published a while back. We combine them here for ready reference. There are three videos: one for developing the schedule for a stage; another […]
Mounir Ajam wrote a new post, What are the steps to schedule a stage of the project? 2 months ago
This blog post is a video.
Develop a Schedule
This video cover ‘the process’ of scheduling. Typically developing the schedule for a stage of a project but could be for any other work.
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This post is an indirect promotion of our project management online learning programs. Earlier in 2018 SUKAD launched the Quest to Mastering Project Management, PM Quest, which is a project management online […]
The term project could be used for anything, from going out to dinner to building a nuclear power plant. So what does the term project mean? We will address this question from different perspectives. We will […]
Mounir Ajam wrote a new post, 7 Critical Success Factors for Agile Project Management 5 months ago
Disclaimer: SUKAD and Mounir Ajam views on Agile are clear and have been documented via multiple blog articles and YouTube videos. Here is a link to a YouTube Playlist on Debunking the Myth of Agile Project […]
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