Tag Archives: Project Charter

Is there more than one type of changes on projects?

On a Project Management website, a member asked this question: “In case of project scope change, is there a need to revise Project charter?” To answer this question properly, one needs to understand (1) the difference between product scope and project scope, and (2) the different types of changes that could happen on a project. Continue reading

CAMMP™ project life cycle, with the three phases

How to apply process groups during a project’s phase?

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

Is the project charter the first document on the project?

Earlier today I saw a post from a colleague that triggered this short post.

What my colleague had posted is guidelines about how to complete the “first” document on a project. In the view of person posting the message, that first document is the project charter. 

This is not a correct statement.

Yes, developing a charter is the first process in the #PMBOK Guide but that does not make it as the first document produced on a project.

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Are the PMBOK Guide 6th edition volunteers listening to us?

I struggled with writing or starting this blog since I honestly did not know what to say. Is “I told you so” appropriate? Is it good that some of the PMI volunteers are finally waking up, appropriate? Continue reading