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The source of your greatest joys as a project manager will be the same as your biggest challenges: people. This is a blog for discussing issues related to leading teams and delivering projects.
This blog is for all of us who manage projects which must provide value now, and in the long run. If your projects have economic, environmental or social impacts - and we say that's all of them - this blog is for you.
Manageable Team Size
Performance testing is a class of tests implemented and executed to characterize and evaluate the performance related characteristics of the target-of-test such as the timing profiles, execution flow, response times, and operational reliability and limits.
Stakeholder Engagement|Stakeholder Engagement
Personal branding of a Project Manager is highly critical to the success of any projects irrespective of domains and geographical boundaries. This defines the power of influencing project team members, stakeholders and evolving situations in the lifecycle of projects. Is this a mere perception? Or just another perspective? Through this blog page/section I intend to promote project management highlighting contemporary knowledges and experience sharing that are aligned with the spirit of Global Project Management.
PERT (Program Evaluation Review Technique) is a planning and control tool used for defining and controlling the tasks necessary to complete a project. PERT charts and Critical Path Method (CPM) charts are often used interchangeably; the only difference is how task times are computed. Both charts display the total project with all scheduled ta...