Last I checked, no one has won a Nobel Prize in Project Management. It still continues to be an art rather than an exact science! There is no radical change in the methodology, tools and techniques seen in the best project management practices. Agile, that the upcoming PMBOK 6th edition boldly incorporates, will NEVER EVER … Continue reading Alarming! Difficult to know how PMP exam based on PMBOK 6th Edition will be made difficult!
Hi Guys, its time to show off your Project Management expertise in celebrating one of the longest festivals of India – Navratri. One does wonder…. Is it a festival, or is it Project Management? Confused... we call it the Project Management of a Festival! Though Project Management is moderately industry specific, it is immensely robust … Continue reading NINE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ASPECTS OF NAVRATRI
Hear it here straight from the horse's mouth... 🙂 Quote: Hi everyone, As promised a little rundown of the exam experience I had on Tuesday (12/09/17). First things first I passed above target, so I guess the amount of preparation I had was sufficient. Now a few things, that might be of interest for yur study phase … Continue reading My Winning Plan for PMP – Jens Dickmeis
It hasn't been much long, when I started my career in project management. And on the very first week a senior colleague suggested me to pursue PMP. I considered it, read eligibility criteria and other related stuff but didn't put much of an effort into it. After that, couple of years later I finally took a … Continue reading My winning plan for PMP – Prashant Anand
Hello there, My experience working as a PM (mostly based on the PMP methodology) helped me a lot during the preparations and the exam. And my friends (Bhavik and Himanshu, bless you guys for that booster) did tell me that it would a fairly easy exam as I already had the experience. But you do … Continue reading The KEY in Pursuit of PMP
Project Management is “a balancing act” that requires the management of competing demands, or constraints ─ and being always on top for assessing the impact of changes and chalking out the revised course of action. The tools of Project Management could be thought as various colours in the hands of an artist; using them in … Continue reading Colours of Project Management
Here is a condensed form of the article published in Nov 2016 issue of “Prakalp”; magazine of PMI, Mumbai Chapter and available at: http://www.pmimumbaichapter.org/download/prakalp_nov16.pdf (Page 30) To commercialise production of Shale gas, Coal seam gas, Light tight oil, LNG liquefaction, Oil sands, Ultra-deep water exploration as well as the Arctic, companies are increasingly engaging into multi-billion-dollar, technically … Continue reading GEOPOLITICAL RISKS IN OIL AND GAS MEGAPROJECTS!