Explore the key areas of project management including human resources, communications, cost, quality control, procurement and risk management, akin practices include establishing clear accountabilities, defining… Read More »ISV Support: Is a pmo (project management office) in place and provide oversight to the project?
The purpose of project management is to minimize, contain or counter the risks, and organize and direct the resources so that the project is finished… Read More »Project Risk Management: What are some common trade-offs in project management?
The phrase critical chain method refers to a specific project management technique in which a schedule network analysis is used for the purposes of modifying… Read More »Critical Chain Project Management: Did the employees work as a team, sharing out the work?
Requirements Traceability Matrix: Does the data migration plan identify any required data transformations?
If a system or software product (including data) is migrated from an old to a new operational environment, it should be ensured that any software… Read More »Requirements Traceability Matrix: Does the data migration plan identify any required data transformations?
Refers to the use of performance measurement information to effect positive change in organizational culture, systems, and processes, project managers are only as successful as… Read More »Performance Improvement: Will it assist in achieving the project performance criteria?
CGEIT: What project management plan is most likely to direct the quantitative risk analysis process for a project in a matrix environment?
Articulate how the project management process is different across the spectrum of project size and provide assurance around the efficiency of the project management structure… Read More »CGEIT: What project management plan is most likely to direct the quantitative risk analysis process for a project in a matrix environment?
Requirements Traceability Matrix: Does the project plan identify a risk management plan, or where it is located?
One balancing strategy is to drop or defer low priority requirements to a later release when you accept new, higher priority requirements or other project… Read More »Requirements Traceability Matrix: Does the project plan identify a risk management plan, or where it is located?
Benchmarking is a way of discovering what is the best performance being achieved – whether in a particular organization, by a competitor or by an… Read More »Benchmarking: What was the program / project management structure used to deliver the project?
Sales effectiveness is a collection of metrics that together, give you a complete measurement of your overall sales team performance, businesses rely on metrics to… Read More »Process Metrics and Measurement: Why complete a metrics analysis?
One key element of participation is an emphasis on developing the capacity of local people as an end in itself, as opposed to the purely… Read More »ISV Support: Have the key elements of a coherent project management strategy been established?