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Creating the PMO of the Future

by Kimberly Whitby, Erica Grenfell, Adam Selverian, Cameron McGaughy

This video series will explain not only key aspects of how to create a successful PMO, but also cover the human side of the project manager role and how both are so critical to the journey. This series will also outline many tools and techniques on how to better understand what your client—or executive sponsors—expect out of the PMO. Made in partnership with ESIS, Inc.

Critical Chain

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The "Critical Chain" of a project is the longest chain of tasks taking into account both predecessor/successor relationships and resource leveling.

Critical Path Analysis

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An analysis technique used to identify the critical (essential) and non-critical (non-essential) activities associated with a business process or work plan and the amount of float (slack) associated with each activity.

Cryptographic Hash Function

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A hash function is an algorithm that turns a string (for example, a typed sentence) into a unique, fixed length string of characters that the computer understands as the same thing. So the output just looks like a jumble of letters and numbers to the human eye, but in that form a computer can then process and work with the information more efficiently. The fixed length string is sometimes called a message digest or digital fingerprint.

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