This post describes the various critical success factors for project execution
Let us go ahead, try and analyze the rationale behind such posts.
2 questions really haunt me:-
Q#1: What sadistic pleasure could “they” (read they – as a large and growing, relatively unknown cult of people, silently on a campaign to promote neo-bonehead-ism and reverse the effects of evolution) derive by doing so?
Q#2: What sadistic pleasure could you derive, by responding with an answer, which a 1000 others have already added and you go on to add yours to the list (and in all probability will be the same answer)?
Ponder this through: Project Management and Change Control – are they blood relatives or bloody relatives! A Project can also be termed a vehicle for Change (implementing), so why this much ado around Change Management and Change Control, when you are anyways doing it? Yeah – this is not as simple as it sounds, and…
I was also toying with the “Why is Critical Path, so critical” title for my post and gave up for the former, as this is predominantly a What-is and not a Why-is post. 🙂 This is probably the most infamous of all terminologies in Project Management. Just because all the activities on this path add…
There are universal standards of measurement for Time (your watch and calendar) and Cost (wallet and/ or bank account), leaving out any chance for ambiguity or lack of consensus among stakeholders, but for Scope – this will always remain a grey area (however good the documentation, process, team and relations be!).
What does CMM mean to the common man. An attempt at simplifying the same.