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The Best Project Management Tool and Technique?
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If you were to choose one, which would be the best PMI Project Management Tool and Technique according to your personal Experience?
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It depends... While not necessarily a Tool/Technique in the formal sense, I believe this the best one for me.

What I mean by 'It depends' is that in section 1.1 Purpose of the PMBOK Guide (in PMBOK 5th edition), PMI provides the flexibility needed to fit your methodology to your organization, to your project, to your situation etc. One size does not fit all, and hence it does not need to be applied as such. It depends...
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I think it depends on the project - different tools work well depending on different circumstances. I don't have a 'best' tool but if I was pushed to say which one I rely on the most I'd say my notebook (I'm not sure where that falls in the ITTOs!).
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1 reply by George Lewis
Apr 30, 2016 10:28 AM
George Lewis
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That surely is a good one Elizabeth... :)

Where would the notebook fit as a TT in PMBOK, I would challenge someone to find that relationship, I can't think of one at the moment.
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i do love using my Mindmanager and mindmapping in general ;)
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Apr 25, 2016 11:07 AM
Replying to Elizabeth Harrin
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I think it depends on the project - different tools work well depending on different circumstances. I don't have a 'best' tool but if I was pushed to say which one I rely on the most I'd say my notebook (I'm not sure where that falls in the ITTOs!).
That surely is a good one Elizabeth... :)

Where would the notebook fit as a TT in PMBOK, I would challenge someone to find that relationship, I can't think of one at the moment.
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My voice.
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My dashing good looks!

Real answer: My favorite tools are Xmap for mind mapping, MS Excel and Project.

As for a notebook falling into TT, if you really had to go into it then it might fall under Expert Judgment.
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2 replies by Edmon Agron and George Lewis
May 01, 2016 5:05 AM
George Lewis
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Thanks for the input...
May 02, 2016 2:04 AM
Edmon Agron
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I love your first line and I would say. That's my leader. Confidence is the key:)
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May 01, 2016 12:08 AM
Replying to Justin Wortley
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My dashing good looks!

Real answer: My favorite tools are Xmap for mind mapping, MS Excel and Project.

As for a notebook falling into TT, if you really had to go into it then it might fall under Expert Judgment.
Thanks for the input...
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1 reply by Edmon Agron
May 02, 2016 2:02 AM
Edmon Agron
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That's my leader. Confidence!
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May 01, 2016 5:05 AM
Replying to George Lewis
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Thanks for the input...
That's my leader. Confidence!
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May 01, 2016 12:08 AM
Replying to Justin Wortley
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My dashing good looks!

Real answer: My favorite tools are Xmap for mind mapping, MS Excel and Project.

As for a notebook falling into TT, if you really had to go into it then it might fall under Expert Judgment.
I love your first line and I would say. That's my leader. Confidence is the key:)
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I been using Microsoft Access and I think this is the best tool that meet whatever I need. See the ongoing discussion in this link http://www.projectmanagement.com/discussio...ject-Management
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1 reply by George Lewis
May 30, 2016 1:42 PM
George Lewis
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Edmon... Yes, it's a great tool...
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