The Project Management Institute (PMI) regularly updates the standards and how it assesses them. So we’re getting a major PMP exam change, in July 2020.
We often describe Project Management as a methodology-driven profession. And it’s true to a degree: there are a lot of Project Management methodologies.
Agile vs Waterfall. It’s one of those classic line-ups, and we can’t resist pitting two seemingly opposite contenders against one another.
The PMI’s will delay the changes to its PMP exam. So, it’s a good time for our PMP course comparison showdown between the two courses we recommend.
Project Integration Management is the glue that holds the parts of your project together. It’s a discipline common to all project management methodologies.
The role of the project manager is a big one, with lots of things you need to do. So, do you fully understand the scope of your role & its responsibilities?
The APM Body of Knowledge (APMBoK) is the fundamental resource book for the Association for Project Management. The APM has published the new 7th Edition.
In September 2017, the PMI published the Agile Practice Guide, in collaboration with Agile Alliance. Is the Guide part of core Project Management knowledge?
Project Implementation (aka project delivery or execution) is when things get going. After definition, scoping & planning, it’s time to make things happen.
Here’s where you implement your project, execute your plan, and deliver the benefits your sponsor commissioned. So, although I’d argue that this is the easy bit, you have to get it right.
The term ‘Senior Responsible Owner’ or SRO comes from the UK Government’s Program Management methodology, Managing Successful Programmes (MSP). It also appears in the related and far more widely known PRINCE2 methodology. So, what is a Senior Responsible Owner – SRO? Dr Mike Clayton is founder of OnlinePMCourses.com. Here, he answers this question, in under 5 minutes.