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Project Management techniques describe the ways that we gather information, communicate, and generally get things done in the most efficient and effective way. The techniques listed below are wiki pages because there are so many different ways of approaching PM problems. Please use these and improve them - adding more as you see fit If you have a better example, please adjust ours. If your approach was different, let everyone else know what worked better. The edited pages will carry your username - so as you make ProjectManagement.com better, we'll make you famous.
A prioritization matrix is a 2×2 matrix designed to help you discern which tasks/projects are “Critical and Urgent,” so you can focus on what matters most.
Interrelationship digraph also has roots in the Japanese philosophy that key ideas can emerge through a logical process. An interrelationship digraph is a tool that takes complex, multi-variable problems or desired outcomes and explores and displays all of the interrelated factors involved. It graphically shows the logical (and often causal) relationships between factors.
A scatter plot is a diagram where each value in the data set is represented by a dot.
Pareto Diagram was originally designed by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto. It was originally used to represent the distribution of national income.