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9 Types of Artifacts in Project Management

Rebel’s Guide to PM

But what if you don’t use PMI methods? Whether you subscribe to the PMI way of thinking or use another approach based on your background, skills, experience, certification or the expectations of management, I’m pretty sure that you’ll have to create project documents. We create baselines throughout the project.

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Project Artifacts and How to Use Them

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Essential read A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) £54.00 A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (also known as the PMBOK® Guide -- 7th Edition) is core reading as prep for PMI exams. Baselines We create baselines throughout the project. Documents are documents.

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125 Project Management Buzzwords

The IIL Blog

Benchmarking Identifying a project performance indicator or practice, then assessing it against industry standards or best practices. Burndown Chart A tool in Agile project management that tracks the work completed and the work remaining to help teams manage progress. Feasibility Study An analysis of a project’s viability.

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What is A System for Value Delivery in Project Management

Project Pulse Journal

The Role of Project-Associated Functions These functions are the project knowledge areas indispensable for the seamless planning, execution, and control of projects. Creating value throughout the project life cycle and integrating actions toward expected outcomes is one of the value propositions of managing projects.

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The Complete Glossary of 614 Project Management Terms


Actual dates are different from planned or estimated dates. Actual Effort: The actual effort spent to complete the activity, as opposed to the planned or estimated effort. Actual Expenditure: The actual expenditure spent to complete the activity, as opposed to the planned or estimated expenditure.

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Overview of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition – Lesson 3 Transcription


Today’s PMI activity code, I’ll have up on the screen here in a minute. I mentioned the five star because I saw this event is up on PMI. Jeff: PMI took a stand back and said, you know what? A project is more organic in a lot of cases. You can see that up here on the slide. Jeff, a big MPUG welcome back.

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