Tag Archives: Phase

How to manage projects | project management methodology | project stages

This is the fourth article from our upcoming book. It is also part 2 of explaining the SUKAD Customizable and Adaptable Methodology for Managing Projects™ (CAM2P™) – focusing on the project stages. Continue reading

How to manage projects | project management methodology | project phases

This is the third article from our upcoming book. It is also part 1 of explaining the SUKAD Customizable and Adaptable Methodology for Managing Projects™ (CAM2P™) – focusing on the project phases. Continue reading

Project management is a disciplined approach

Like the last article, this one is also a chapter (partial) from our eBook: Project Management for the Accidental Project Manager. It is important to note that we wrote the book as story – hence the dialogue in the chapter below. Continue reading

PM Thinking: The PMBOK® Guide Process Groups

We recently had the honor to have Mr. R. Max Wideman publish a guest paper for us with the title, Redefining Project Management; which we are re-publishing as a series of blog articles. This is fourth article in the series. Continue reading

How to differentiate between phase and stage?

Project Management Terminology

This article is part of a series on project management terminology and the often confusing terms that are used out of context. Today, we update and re-publish this article on how to differentiate between phase and stage. A similar article we published on how to differentiate between task and project.

We recently had the honor to have Mr. R. Max Wideman publish a guest paper for us with the title, Redefining Project Management; which we are re-publishing as a series of blog articles. This is the third article in the series. Continue reading

How often should we perform risk assessment on a project?

This is the third article of our series on Project Risk Management. Click here for the first or second article. We are publishing these articles based on our observations in the market place in regard to the practices of project risk management and the gaps that exist. Continue reading