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Becoming a Project Manager – A Complete Guide for 2018

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Project management methodologies – Agile, Waterfall, PRINCE2, PRiSM, Six Sigma, Critical Path, and many more. Perhaps one of the most commonly known project management certifications, the Project Management Professional certification, provided by the Project Management Institute (PMI), sets the standards for project management. For Europe, you might want to look for a PRINCE2 certification. The PRINCE2 Certification. PRINCE2 Practitioner. PMI’s PMBOK.

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Top Solutions to Project Failure – Epicflow Research Part 2

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Ghaith Al-Werikat , a KTP Associate at Galliford Try and an academic at Loughborough University, also talks about the involvement of stakeholders and their influence on project success: “In order to come out with solutions, stakeholders need to understand the root causes of failure and not stop at the symptoms to provide proactive measures to manage projects.”. Discussion in PMI Project, Program and Portfolio Management.

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Webinar Recap: Agile Series Part 1 – Understanding & Incorporating Agile Project Management

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Today’s session is eligible for one PMI PDU in the technical category and the code for claiming today’s session is on the screen now. So a lot of times people are like, “Oh my gosh, I’m a waterfall guy or I’m an agile girl,” or, “Hey, listen, I’m a Prince2 person.” Lean, we’ll talk about just in time or we think about continuous process improvement. But you’ll see the thing Prince2 comes up.

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Risk Management Resources

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Overcoming Barriers in Assessing Risk Probabilities,” Tom Kendrick , 2012 PMI Global Congress Proceedings , 2012. Handling Uncertainty in Large Scale Systems with Certainty and Integrity,” Shinya Kikuchi and Vijay Perincherry, “The Flaw of Averages in Project Management,” Philip Fahringer, John Hinton, Marc Thibault, and Sam Savage, PMI Virtual Library, 2011. Risk Management is essential for development and production programs.

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A Compendium of Risk Management Resources

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Overcoming Barriers in Assessing Risk Probabilities,” Tom Kendrick , 2012 PMI Global Congress Proceedings , 2012. Handling Uncertainty in Large Scale Systems with Certainty and Integrity,” Shinya Kikuchi and Vijay Perincherry, “The Flaw of Averages in Project Management,” Philip Fahringer, John Hinton, Marc Thibault, and Sam Savage, PMI Virtual Library, 2011.

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