June 2014 Articles

  • Walking the Critical Path

    Walking the Critical Path

    30 June, 2014

    The Critical Path Method is an effective way of determining a project's schedule. Learn the basics in this article.

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  • On Schedule

    On Schedule

    26 June, 2014

    There is more to putting a schedule together than rushing straight into preparing a Gantt chart. Learn about the groundwork that needs to be done first.

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  • Great Expectations

    Great Expectations

    23 June, 2014

    A project can only really be considered a success if it meets the customer's expectations. But what are these? Even the customer is often unsure!

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  • Responsibility Assignment Matrix

    Responsibility Assignment Matrix

    19 June, 2014

    The Responsibility Assignment Matrix is a valuable tool for project managers as they tackle Project Human Resource Management planning. This article shows the different notations possible.

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  • Project Work Breakdown Structure

    Project Work Breakdown Structure

    16 June, 2014

    The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is an important technique for Project Scope Management. This simple example shows how to develop one and what its limitations are.

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  • Analysing Stakeholders

    Analysing Stakeholders

    12 June, 2014

    The PMBOK Guide does list the best practices to use, but we need to get more detail if we are to use these tools and techniques effectively. Here are some ideas for analysing stakeholders.

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  • Manage and Control

    Manage and Control

    09 June, 2014

    As we approach the first anniversary of the PMBOK Guide fifth edition being used for the PMP exam, we take a critical look at the new Project Stakeholder Management knowledge area.

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  • What Happens Next?

    What Happens Next?

    05 June, 2014

    As a project manager, do you only consider your products or services as far as the point you deliver them and hand them over to maintenance? Thinking in terms of the entire product lifecycle can yield benefits.

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  • Integration


    01 June, 2014

    Why is project management valuable? We integrate all the other management aspects together and provide a holistic perspective on the project.

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