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Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence is very important in Project Management. It will help us to improve communications and relationships with our stakeholders and thus increase motivation and productivity.

Brainstorming

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A technique for idea generation on a given subject in a limited period of time. Brainstorming is typically conducted in a facilitated session or workshop environment to stimulate creative thinking, to create novel or innovative solutions to a problem, and to introduce "controlled chaos" into the thought process. It is the most widely used technique to cultivate ideas. The objective is quantity, not necessarily quality and is based on the principle that "many brains are often better than one."

Discrete Effort

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An activity that can be planned and measured and that yields a specific output.

Template

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A partially completed document in a predefined format that provides a defined structure for collecting, organising and presenting information and data.

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

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Hierarchical decomposition (tree structure) of total scope of project into phases, deliverables or work packages to be more manageable in term of size, duration, and responsibility which include all steps necessary to achieve the objective of the project.

Threat

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A risk that would have a negative effect on one of more project objectives.

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