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PMI has started the phased process of retiring, or “sunsetting,” the PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition. You may continue to purchase print copies through retailers and resellers, while supplies last. PMI is maintaining several ways you can access the content for the foreseeable future through PDF, eBook and PMIstandards+.
PMIstandards+™ is a digital companion that provides quick access to the PMBOK® Guide, other PMI standards and guides, and exclusive content to help you on the job. And with the end of 2021 approaching, we want to thank our members by giving you something extra!
Define the scope. Build a budget. Create a schedule. The legacy triple constraint has served us well. But we need to adjust our thinking with these three new sides to our project management triangle...
Trying to be all things to all projects in all situations at all levels of complexity results in the needs of no one actually being addressed, and many being massively inconvenienced. What starts as big and complex simply gets worse over time. But there is a different and better way.
There aren't many aspects of work—or life in general—where a one-size-fits-all approach is appropriate today. Enter the concept of tailoring to ensure the best possible performance for your projects! Here we provide help with knowing where, how and when to tailor.
Risk is being reinvented—and that’s a very good thing. There’s a lot more to project uncertainty than simply identifying, assessing, prioritizing and managing risk. It's time we fully embrace all of the elements of uncertainty.
Measurement has always been an essential part of project management success. The discipline has recently achieved even greater prominence as a project performance domain. Use these tips to refresh your measurement skills and increase performance.
Historically, project managers have generally taken one of two approaches to dealing with biases in team culture: They’ve either ignored them or they’ve tried to address them head on in an attempt to “overpower” them. Neither of these approaches works.
As we move away from our focus on knowledge areas, what metrics is your organization using to monitor some of the new performance domains in the latest edition of the PMBOK® Guide? Here are some ways we can measure success.