A graphic technique used to document how activities are performed. As such, work flow diagrams show how an enterprise organizes work. These diagrams can be created at various levels of detail to meet specific project objectives. For example, work flow diagramming can assist a team to understand and scope a process for redesign at a contextual level (see Context Analysis), or can assist a reengineering team to specify detailed work steps in order to perform an analysis of cycle time (see Cycle Time Analysis).
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A technique for gathering information, often used for its powerful group dynamics.
See Entity Relationship Modelling
Artifacts are documents related to the project. Project Managers must fully document objectives and deliverables. These documents align projects to business objectives, address the needs of sponsors and clients, and properly set the project team's expectations.
Risk describes a factor that may have a negative OR a positive impact on a project. A positive risk is also called an opportunity in general. Risk is quantified by measuring the probability of an unexpected event occurring with an impact that event would have on your project.
Agile Project Management aims to outline fast, flexible, customer value driven approaches to projects.
Delivery Risk is the risk of the project being able to be completed successfully, and the budget, schedule and resource constraints which may prevent project success.
“Project Definition Risk” is the risk that the project is not fully and completely defined, understood and estimated prior to initiation.
Business Impact Risk is the magnitude of change the project represents for the customer organization and the likelihood of adoption. ...
Business Support Risk is the degree of support for the project within the customer organization....