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.
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
A recent post on the project life cycle has been generating quite a bit of interest and discussion on LinkedIn. The post is “
Once again, what is the project life cycle?”
Well, in this follow-up article, we will highlight some of the confusions that remain and present a few project life cycle examples.
This is a video blog but focusing on a concept outlined in the PMBOK Guide that categorizes PMOs as Supporting, Controlling, or Directing.
Continue reading Every once in a while we run into discussions and statements like: The PMBOK Guide is not real world, or The PMBOK Guide does not work Are these correct or realistic statements? Well, the best answer in project management always start with “it depends.” Let us elaborate.
Once again, what is the project life cycle?
Why this question?
Because it is our belief that the most common misunderstanding in project management today, especially among those who follow PMI and learned project management through the PMBOK Guide. Notice, we used the term misunderstanding because
In this post, we are providing a historical perspective on the PMBOK Guide, especially with the sixth edition coming out soon.
There are too many debates on social media, especially LinkedIn, and by subject matter experts and even thought leaders in project management about the need to have a common language.
One of the justifications for documents like the PMBOK Guide, the ANSI approved PM Standard, ISO 21500, and many other resources is a common language.
Well, is this a myth? Is it even possible to have a universal – global – worldwide – one-language in project management? Continue reading
ISO 21500 mentions the need to have three types of processes to deliver projects, project management processes, product processes and support processes. However, ISO focuses on the PM Processes.