Project Management Process Simplified

Project Management Body of Knowledge sixth edition suggests forty-nine different project management processes. Moreover, the five different process groups logically categorize these processes. Further, the ten knowledge areas also make use of these processes to establish a specific field of study. This article describes how project management processes links with process groups and knowledge areas. Read More

Project Management Process Groups

Project management process groups are logical grouping of various project management processes. This grouping of processes helps to achieve a specific project objective. In fact, these five project management process groups accommodate 49 different project management processes. This blog post briefly describes the five project management process groups. Read More

Project Phase Understanding its Nuances

Project Phase and Project Management Process Groups are often misunderstood terms. Project phase is a collection of logically related project activities that culminates in the completion of one or more deliverables. However, Project Management Process Groups are logical grouping of project management processes. This blog post describes the differences between the two terms. Read More

Lessons Learned Register Example

A lesson learned register is a document that project team uses to record their lessons learned in a project. Project Management Body Of Knowledge (PMBOK) Sixth Edition has introduced a new process called “Manage Project Knowledge”. The manage project knowledge process chiefly governs lessons learned in projects. The lessons learned register is an important output of this process. Read More

Lessons Learned Benefits and Importance

Lessons learned benefits projects of all sizes and complexities. Certainly, documenting valuable project experience gained creates a knowledge base for future similar projects. Even though its importance in project management is evident project teams often fail to complete this crucial exercise. Profitability of future projects suffer due to lack of this knowledge base. This post includes 10 significant lessons learned benefits. Read More

PMP Certification Exam Changes 2019

June 2019, PMI announced PMP certification exam changes via an updated pmp exam content outline. The new structure takes effect from 16 Dec 2019. Whereas, the last date to take the pmp exam according to present structure is 15 Dec 2019. The profession of project management is evolving hence PMI changes exam content every 3 – 5 years. Hence, this post describes pmp certification exam changes in 2019. Read More

Difference Between CPM and PERT

Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) and Critical Path Method both are project schedule development and analysis techniques. Both these techniques establish the critical path in a schedule network diagram. However, both CPM and PERT use different approach to arrive at the critical path and activity duration estimates. The following blog post highlights difference Between CPM and PERT. Read More