Category Archives: Applying Project Management

The Applying Project Management sub-category is specific to topics on how to apply project management principles.

The SUKAD Way for Managing Projects

Would you be interested in project management seminars?

Project Management Seminars

Would you be interested in attending an evening (or daytime) project management seminar?

This article is to seek your input on selecting topics for a project management seminar series.

We also want to address organizations if they would be interested in partnering with us by hosting one or more of these seminars or even full-day workshop. Continue reading

Do you need a methodology for managing projects?

Do you need a project management methodology for managing projects, or do you believe that existing standards, guides, and certifications are enough?

Guides are useful, but do they offer a project management methodology?

The #PMP is in high demand but is it enough to manage projects successfully?

We think that #certification is good and has value but not enough on its own.

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We need your input

Dear friends and readers of this blog site:

We would like your opinion and help.

If we were to develop online courses, short courses or a series of courses on a given project management topic,

  1. What would be the topics that you would like to learn about?
  2. What do you think are some of the challenges facing our domain of project management?
  3. What are some of the pain-points you have experienced or observed in the community?

We want to hear from you and feel free to elaborate on the above questions and adding other points that you think are relevant.

Please, either comment on the blog site, below the blog (that would be a public comment) or respond privately via filling the form below.

Thank you

Program Life Cycle

How does SUKAD differentiate a project from a program?

This post includes excerpts from a Case Study that we will be publishing later this year. The post is from Chapter 1. The Case Study, let us call it MLP, or ML Program for now.

Project or Program

The question of project or program (project management or program management) often confuses practitioners of project management. This case study is not about project management versus program management, therefore, we will only offer the definitions that we follow in SUKAD Group, which are the basis for all of our work and the context in this case study. Continue reading

What is, and why organizations should adopt CAMMP™?

This post is an audio presentation of what is CAMMP™ and why organizations should consider and adopt it as their project management methodology. Click here. Continue reading

Why organizations need OPMS to manage projects?

The following is another image, from another chapter in our recent book, #Project Management beyond #Waterfall and #Agile (https://goo.gl/hFYoHQ). Continue reading

De Bono Six Hats

Are projects done in a vacuum?

In numerous discussions online, even in guides like the PMBOK Guide, there is so much focus on the project rather than the organization and on the project manager rather than organizational project management.

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Is PM certifications the only way to add value?

There is an interesting discussion going on ProjectManagement.com, under the title “How do you determine your next certification(s)?”. It is a good discussion and offers the perspective of many professionals. However, I am the only one who has suggested an alternative approach. Continue reading