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Manage Project Knowledge is the process of using existing knowledge and creating new knowledge to achieve the project's objectives and contribute to organization's learning (PMBOK 6th 2018). It is about using existing knowledge within the organization to achieve the project’s objectives and then using new knowledge gained on the project to contribute to the organization”s body of knowledge.
Management by Objectives, Management by Results and Management by Means are well established management theories successfully being practised in many industries. All management theories are offspring of needs and options available at different times. Specific situations in particular industries trigger the need for new approaches to handle them and...
Management by Walking Around (MBWA) or ( Management By Wandering Around ) means getting out of the office and checking in with team members. It means not using the phone or email to communicate with the project team, and instead walking to their desks or locations and having face-to-face conversations. It also can lead to chance conversations...
A technique used to make comparisons between two or more enterprise engineering deliverables and/or business objects. Typically, this technique is applied to check for completeness of the business reengineering solutions generated against customer needs and satisfiers.
One of the most important aspects that decide the success or failure of any project is the nature of relationship that develops between the Client and the Contractor. In office environments which are increasingly becoming paperless, the importance of personal relationships cannot be over emphasised. It is an absolute must within a company but equal...
This technique can be used for analyzing the bias and inaccuracies of implemented measurement criteria. In addition, this technique will help identify the precision of the measurement criteria and normalize out any factors that could impact the accuracy of the measurement.
Applying this set of techniques involves the process of scanning the enterprise to relate the social systems present within it and to identify the possible disconnects between the systems and the desired behaviors which they were designed to reinforce. The social systems are the structure to motivate, pay, and drive people to perform a process. This analysis provides a big picture of the social systems within the organization. General categories of analysis include: