Category Archives: Project Management

Earned Value Management

Earned Value Management (EVM) helps project managers to measure project performance. It is a systematic project management process used to find variances in projects based on the comparison of worked performed and work planned. EVM is used on the cost … Continue reading

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Difference between ‘Crashing’ and ‘Fast Tracking’

I have been trying to understand the difference between Crashing and Fast tracking. Fast Tracking means that you look at activities that are normally done in sequence and assign them instead partially in parallel. If you were fast-tracking, you would … Continue reading

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Categories that any organization or company falls into

The PMBOK® Guide has five categories that any organization or company falls into: functional, weak matrix, balanced matrix, strong matrix or projectized. A functional organization is one where the functional managers have all the power.  Example: most software companies have … Continue reading

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Project Manager Challenges

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