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Scope Decomposition of Complex Programs: Key Methods to Define and Manage the Scope of Large-Scale Change Initiatives

by Mustafa Hakimuddin, PMP

For complex programs to achieve their strategic goals, it is not only important to decompose their scope into controllable constituents, but also to stitch the pieces back again into a cohesive whole. Scope decomposition techniques—systems thinking, WBS, and progressive elaboration—help to effectively manage programs so that they meet their stated objectives.

Software-Simplistic Prediction Model for Bug Forecasting

by Steve Poessnecker

Project bugs and the forecasting of progress can be complex. An Excel spreadsheet can be employed to gauge the progress of the testing and resolution teams. Using this simplistic method in conjunction with test-estimation techniques can help the project manager determine the completion date for testing efforts.

Solving 4 Barriers to Business Analysis Success

by Bruce Harpham

If we take the premise that the project manager plays a role in clearing barriers and supporting the team, how can the project manager better support their business analyst? The answer is to look out for these barriers.

Staying Relevant as a Project Manager

by David Davis

Our PM training needs to focus on driving change more than following process. Here's a list list of 14 skills a project manager should refine in order to stay relevant in the future.

Strategic Risk Management in the Boardroom Is Vital in an Age of Uncertainty

by Ray Bruneau, PMP

Strategic risk management belongs in any collection of organizational process assets! By examining domain-specific types of risks (strategic, operational and tactical) and how corporations react to them, this article demonstrates why strategic risk is of the utmost importance to corporate governance and, by extension, to the chairman and board of directors.

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