PMP Concepts

S-Curve

[pt_view id=”857efbfvr0″] S-Curve Not sure if any of us can provide a name of the project from our professional life which followed the plan 100%. Projects are highly unlikely to follow the plan. In order to be able to identify and measure the differences between the plan and the actual work performance, progress on the…

PMP Concepts

What Is Project Charter and Its Importance? – PMP/CAPM

Project Charter: An Ultimate Guide to Showcase Your Project A project needs descriptive assistance through which others can understand the technicalities of it. Many would ask what this is? Who does it? Who signs it? Can a project manager write it? Is it a simple project document? Why is it important? The list goes on….

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Procurement, Purchasing, Types of Contracts, Risk Factors – PMP/CAPM

What is Procurement, Purchasing, Types of Contract and the Risk Factors Involved Questions like what is the difference between Procurement or Purchasing, Agreement or Contract, how to select the Procurement Contract, who carries the risk in which kind of Contract and many more are answered in this article. An article is a good place for…

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Dangling Activities – PMP/CAPM

Dangling Activities Dangles are loosely-tied activities in the project schedules which means that they don’t have defined start or end dates. Project Schedule with Dangle or Dangling activities is not a close diagram and have open loops which make it’s logic incomplete. This happens because of missing clear, legitimate and logical relationships within activities of…