Project Management 2.0 (PM 2.0) seemed to be going the same way some Agile anarchists were trying to take software development which was essentially not to do project management and hope a group of people with good will and good luck will create something useful. Agile anarchists have largely been supplanted by Agile pragmatists who recognize an appropriate amount o management control is needed to achieve the best outcomes for the client; but what if anything is happening to PM…Continue
The Association for Project Management (UK) in its ‘Introduction to Project Planning’ outlines a high level overview of all of the planning processes needed for a successful project outcome including scope, risk, cost, schedule, quality, procurement, resources and earned value (the subject of another APM standard).
The authors of this guide feel the discipline of planning is undervalued, its value is not recognised and the overall process is misunderstood by many in the…Continue
Added by Patrick Weaver on September 14, 2012 at 6:30am — No Comments