Continuing with posts on agile, what is agile and how does it integrate with a project management methodology? Continue reading
Today, there is a great deal of debate online on project management and many posts are offering misleading information.
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In this post, we will view CAMMP™ by the numbers and images
In this post, we just want to share that our latest book is finally out
The Book Focus – CAMMP™
This book is about the CAMMP™ Model (The Customizable and Adaptable Methodology for Managing Projects™). CAMMP™ is a product of the SUKAD Way™ Project Management Innovation Program. This is a project management methodology and it is about adaptive project management.
The Knowledge Foundation
The book refers to foundational knowledge from PMI, IPMA, ISO, GPM Global and others. It follows the path laid by these professional associations then break away going to another level, beyond waterfall and agile, beyond process and competence, beyond process groups and knowledge areas.
Applied Project Management Methodology
You can use this book to implement a methodological approach in your organization, today.
Years ago, I started leading project management workshops inside the companies I worked for. I remember my first course, back in the mid-1990’s was on the steps of project control and I delivered to our engineers and construction professionals (our employees and the employees of the general contractor).
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How does CAMMP™, The Customizable and Adaptable Methodology for Managing Projects™, compares to global guides like ISO 21500 and PMBOK Guide?
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Since 2007, when we developed the first generation of CAMMP™, The Customizable and Adaptable Methodology for Managing Projects™ (or CAM2P at that time), and some asks about the differences between CAMMP and PMBOK Guide.
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I have been reading some posts on Agile and its usage in construction and what a disaster.
We often hear people talking about projects being unique, especially that guides like the PMBOK Guide include the term “Unique” in the definition of projects. All is well on this point.
However, the challenge is that many, who do not understand this definition well, use the definition as an anti-standardization argument.
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