Whenever there is a body of knowledge, it helps to divide it up. So, we have Knowledge Areas. These are domains within the wider body.
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.
This year’s PMI Pulse of the Profession Report is titled: ‘Ahead of the Curve: Forging a Future-Focused Culture’. Two things stand out.
First, there was the Agile Manifesto: a statement of intent and a set of four beliefs. Then came the 12 Agile Principles.
The term MVP has become common in Agile project management. In this video, I answer the question, ‘What is a Minimum Viable Product, or MVP?’
PMP or PRINCE2? is a common question from project professionals who want a qualification to strengthen their resumé. We’ll give you the answers.
As project managers, we are constantly faced with the Need for Speed. Because one of the biggest challenges is the pace of change.
Work on PMBOK 7 is underway & information is seeping out. There’s only a handful of people who know the facts but some have published their thoughts.
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.