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I created this video to help those who are interested in the project management and the PMBOK® Guide get familiar with the 47 processes discussed in the standard without breaking a sweat cracking open the behemoth-like standard.

Each process is like a tool in a toolbox of what you COULD use on a PARTICULAR day or on a particular project. See them as members of a team with different behaviors and personalities.

Sometimes you may need a particular 20% of them on one project and other times it could be a totally different 20%. Sometimes it could be 50% or even 100% due to certain project types or company enforced protocols.

The more you know them, the better for you and your firm and the easier it will be for you to know which processes to use for each project.

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Check out #SGCAL – The Shu, Ha, Ri of [email protected]™ by Jeff Sutherland. Here is an excerpt:

At the Scrum Alliance Scrum Gathering in San Diego, I presented a keynote talk on The Shu Ha Ri of Scrum. Pete Behrens tweeted a graphic summary.

The first point in the orange box is “If you want to Scale Scrum get it working on the team first!” [email protected]™ is a fractal implementation of…

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Check out Delegate This! The Project Tasks Developers Can Leave to a Low-Code Platform by Matt Monihan. Here is an excerpt:

Developers build systems to solve problems. Business problems. In the planning of an application, we are, unfortunately, not immune to the forces of economics. When we consider a budget and a timeline, our primary concern is feasibility. That is, can we set expectations such that we will deliver…

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7.Introduction to Project and Project Management
8.Factors Influencing Projects
9.Processes and Project Management Framework
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11.Understanding Critical Path
12.Introduction to earned value management
13.Risk management and Qualitative Risk Analysis

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Check out Book review: That’s Not How We Do It Here! by hennyportman. Here is an excerpt:

9780399563942-200x300John Kotter and Holger Rathgeber have once again managed to make the complicated matter of dual systems in organizations (see Kotter’s book ‘XLR8 – Accelerate‘) accessible in a parable for a wide audience. In this book, ‘That’s Not How We Do It Here! A Story About How Organizations Rise and…

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