The Praxis Approach To Successful Projects & Programmes

Authors: John Moore & Peter Dillon-Parken So, it’s your first week on the project, you look around for the requirements documents, and what you’ve got is basically a bunch of notes. In short, very little project definition has been done. This is the situation that quite often confronts project managers – does Praxis help with […]
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The Real Role of the Business Analyst: Connecting Strategy to Action

If business analysts were just people who”analyze businesses” they would have, at most, a passive role that wouldn’t contribute to their organizations’ achieving their goals. The real role of the business analyst is a far more active one and provides the essential link between the organization’s goals and its IT projects. Wikipedia defines four kinds […]
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Actually, Project Managers are Pretty Good at Estimating Software Projects

Fortunately for the organizations they work for,  development teams are smart enough not to build the original project’s design — which is why we have Scrum and Agile. But, even with Scrum, good estimating may be the least important thing you have to do: Adopting Scrum, Kanban, or any Agile methodology means that you have […]
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What the New PMBOK® Guide, Sixth Edition Means for the Future of Project Management

Project Management Institute published the sixth edition of the PMBOK® Guide back in September 2017. As such, the Project Management Professional PMP® certification exam was updated to comply with the new release of the guide on March 26, 2018. While there have been significant changes to the guide, which you can read about on the […]
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How to Use Affinity Diagrams to Bring Order to Chaos

One critical aspect of brainstorming and other idea-gathering processes is that one must not judge the ideas as they are presented. After that gathering phase, though, the ideas are useless if no patterns or relationships can be discovered. One good solution for that is the Affinity Diagram. The process was identified in the 1960s by […]
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