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Is not about games. Is about architecture. If you like to write rules about project management let me say two key things:
1-understand what a rule is. To understand what a rule is my recommendation is going to Ronald G Ross work.
2-rules determine the architecture of something so if you like to create a project management based architecture you have to determine the level of abstration you will address.
In my opinion, there are no hard and fast rules either explicitly stated or implied that will add value to the profession. Our body of knowledge is a “Guide” and that is true across all knowledge areas and processes. Your “expert opinion” based on due diligence and knowledge of best practices is your formula.
What would be an example of what you are trying to accomplish?
It seems to me you may be after more of a "playbook" of do's and don'ts about project management, but equally applicable to life in general. People would pay good money if you could create one!
The only rule in project management is there are no rules.
There are principles which might be broadly applicable but all practices, heuristics and other patterns are context specific.
Rules might exist within an organization or team - we would normally call these the policies, standards and working agreements that govern or constrain what we do.
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