Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers

There are a variety of reasons why projects can become stalled. The members of a project team may meet numerous barriers that impede or slow down their efforts. The types of obstacles vary widely depending on the industry, stakeholders, project and business environment, and the nature of the project itself. PMI : Address and Remove […]

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T Shaped and I Shaped Skills

T-shaped and I-shaped skills are terminology used to define the expertise and talents of team members. T-shaped skills T-shaped skills relate to persons that possess a broad variety of knowledge and abilities across numerous domains, as well as in-depth expertise in a single domain. This shape shows the range and depth of knowledge across a […]

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Definition of Done (DoD) and Definition of Ready (DoR)

Without a solid understanding of both Definition of Done (DoD) and the Definition of Ready (DoR), no Project Manager/Scrum manager can supervise the delivery of the product/project utilising Agile Project Management. Definition of Ready (DoR) is an Agile project management phrase that specifies the requirements a user story or task must achieve in order to […]

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Agile Adaptive Planning

Agile adaptive planning is a flexible project management technique that promotes adaptability to changing requirements and client expectations. Consisting of continuous iteration, regular reevaluation, and as-needed plan modifications, it is a crucial part of Agile methodology. Agile planning requires less effort upfront and more work throughout the project. So here we are building the product […]

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

A strong diversity, equity and inclusion strategy can help your organization attract top talent and drive innovative results. Research shows that even just the presence of physical diversity results in better performance. “Companies with more inclusive business cultures and policies see a 59% increase in innovation and 37% better assessment of consumer interest and demand.” International Labour Organization“ Diversity, equity, […]

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Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) / RACI Matrix : PMP/CAPM

Understanding roles and duties is a crucial aspect of effective project management. Laying down roles and duties in a Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM), also known as a RACI matrix, puts the project up for success in a precise and transparent manner. This could be the project manager’s first success or first failure. Responsibility Assignment Matrix […]

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Kaizen (Continuous Improvement) : PMP/CAPM

Kaizen is a Japanese term that means “improvement” or “change for the better.” It is a management philosophy and approach that focuses on the continuous improvement of all aspects of an organization, including products, services, processes, and systems. The idea behind Kaizen is that small, incremental improvements made on a regular basis can lead to […]

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PDCA/PDSA Cycle : PMP/CAPM

PDCA/PDSA is a four-stage iterative approach for continually improving the processes by Walter A. Shewhart and Edward Deming. This is a 4 step management method for better control and continuous improvement. P(lan) D(o) C(check) A(ct)/ Plan-Do-Study-Act i.e Continually Improving, in a Methodical Way Phases of PDCA/PDSA The phases or steps of the PDCA/PDSA cycle are […]

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Juran Trilogy – Quality planning, control and improvement : PMP/CAPM

Joseph M. Juran is a renowned quality management expert and one of the pioneers of the quality movement. He is best known for his work in the field of Total Quality Management (TQM) and his contributions to the development of the quality management framework known as the “Juran Trilogy.” or Quality Trilogy,  The Juran Trilogy […]

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