Tag Archives: PMBoK

Creeping Death

Regardless of how well you initiate and plan the project, the journey only starts at that point as you then have to execute the work. For me the biggest risk seems to be the dreaded Scope Creep. The PMI define … Continue reading

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Much Ado about Nothing?

With the exception of anyone studying for the PMP, I doubt anyone else noticed that as of this summer the PMI cut fully over to the latest incarnation of their Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – The … Continue reading

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The PRINCE and the PMP

Working with professional services teams that are running a modified PRINCE2 framework and a development team running Scrum with clients who are running a standard PMI waterfall via their PMPs can make for some interesting debates about the similarities and … Continue reading

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PMBoK and Agile

Many posts often boil down to PMI is Waterfall, Agile is not, and for complex projects agility (and the focus on empirical measurement) is the clear winner. That sentence alone should be enough to trigger apoplectic rage in some corners … Continue reading

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Another plan doomed by detail?

The plan is perfect, even down to the detail we could tell you what the team was doing after lunch on the 2nd Thursday of November next year. But is this ever going to be true? Although many would point … Continue reading

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