PMP Concepts

PMP, Project Management, PMI

Verified Deliverable and Accepted Deliverable

Verified Deliverables and Accepted Deliverables Verified Deliverables Verified deliverables refer to complete project deliverables that have been approved for precision and rightness. This is one of the outputs produced by the control quality process of Project Quality Management. Also, it is used by the validate scope procedure as one of its inputs that ratifies the …

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Quality and Grade

Quality and Grade Quality Quality is basically what the customers and stakeholders require from the project deliverables. By keeping the definition associated with the consumer or stakeholder, quality management can have a narrow focus which means its more probable to achieve the ultimate project goals. Managing the project quality involves many factors such as setting …

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Resource Leveling and Resource Smoothing (PMP/CAPM)

Resource Leveling and Resource Smoothing These resource optimizing techniques are available as scheduling tools to Project Manager to effectively create a viable schedule during Develop Schedule Planning Process of Project Schedule Management The official version from PMBOK Ver 6. Resource Leveling: A technique in which start and finish dates are adjusted based on resource constraints with …

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Critical Path Method and Critical Chain Method (PMP/CAPM)

Critical Path Method and Critical Chain Method Critical Path Method (CPM) It is the longest path in a project schedule network diagram. Critical path establishes the minimum project duration. Critical Path is the most popular project scheduling technique used for effective project management and refers to the series of stages that determines the minimum amount of time required …

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