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PMI and Prince2 are probably the most well known project management standards.
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What are some others that you have dealt with or know of?
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The standard of no standards (a.k.a. accidental project management) :-)
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1 reply by Luis Assad
Sep 11, 2018 1:55 PM
Luis Assad
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Man, and how we do have our share of this "standard"...
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Project Management by Surprise
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lol cmon...
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My manager says "no surprises Ash". So I'm forbidden from using Rami's standard lol.
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2 replies by Rami Kaibni and Sante Vergini
Sep 09, 2018 9:46 PM
Sante Vergini
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That might make sense Ash when working with blood ;-)
Sep 10, 2018 2:17 PM
Rami Kaibni
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LOL It was a joke because I noticed some individuals do manage their projects this way.
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PM4A - Project Management For All. It's a somewhat simplified re-imagining of PRINCE2.
Also, there is the Praxis Framework published by APM.
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
Sep 10, 2018 8:06 PM
Sante Vergini
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Interesting, thanks Conrad.
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Sep 09, 2018 9:28 PM
Replying to Ashleigh Kennett-Smith
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My manager says "no surprises Ash". So I'm forbidden from using Rami's standard lol.
That might make sense Ash when working with blood ;-)
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Indeed Sante! Quality tends to trump everything else for blood products supply (including looking after donors).

But to you query, in general aren't all/most project management systems actually frameworks? A standard is something that must be adhered to in a context. So ISOxxxxx are standards. GAMP is a standard and guideline (framework?). But I suppose in practice organisations at some level choose a project management framework (Prince 2, PMBOK, Agile PM...) as their standard.
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
Sep 09, 2018 10:07 PM
Sante Vergini
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Yes I use "standards" interchangeably with frameworks etc. Terminology is often a hot topic in this forum ;-)
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Sep 09, 2018 10:03 PM
Replying to Ashleigh Kennett-Smith
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Indeed Sante! Quality tends to trump everything else for blood products supply (including looking after donors).

But to you query, in general aren't all/most project management systems actually frameworks? A standard is something that must be adhered to in a context. So ISOxxxxx are standards. GAMP is a standard and guideline (framework?). But I suppose in practice organisations at some level choose a project management framework (Prince 2, PMBOK, Agile PM...) as their standard.
Yes I use "standards" interchangeably with frameworks etc. Terminology is often a hot topic in this forum ;-)
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Well known Project Management Standards which I can recollect from my school days - Methods/practices I learnt from my parents for getting ready for exams, time management tips from my teachers.
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From a UK perspective;

MSP - Managing Successful Programmes
APM - Association for Project Management - body of knowledge and qualifications
Praxis framework - free body of knowledge, methodology, competency framework and capability maturity model.
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
Sep 10, 2018 8:08 PM
Sante Vergini
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Standards and frameworks from the UK are great, it's where I started with Prince2 way back.
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