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. Continue reading →
We often see posts, even from PMI chapters and Registered Education Providers that use the term PMBOK, instead of PMBOK Guide. Is there a difference and if yes, what is the difference Think about it then listen to our video.
من الشائع ان نرى مقالات او رسائل عبر وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي تستعمل تعبير PMBOK وليس PMBOK Guide. هل من فرق بين التعبيرين وايهما الاصح – او صحيح؟
This text is also from our upcoming book and is a continuation of the previous article.
As mentioned already, for some of the knowledge areas, such as scope, time, cost, and risk there is a definite split between management planning processes and detailed planning processes. The earlier discussions on scope elaborated on this concept in text and graphics. The same analogy applies to risk, time and cost. Continue reading →