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Types of Project Management Structures

Guest Contributor: Sebastien Boyer, PSPO Content from: nutcache.com An organizational structure could be described as the official line of authority and control within an organization. Project management structures tell us how reporting relationships work in a particular organization. Depending on the environment the organization finds itself operating in, the goals they set for themselves and ...

The Importance of a Baseline Schedule

By: Guest Contributor (projectcubicle.com) Time management is one of the most important processes in project management. It is the discipline of planning and controlling the duration of a project. A baseline schedule is a main project management document that should be created before the project starts. It demonstrates the project execution strategy, key project deliverables, ...

OnlineMasters Names Top Master’s In Project Management Programs for 2019

SEATTLE (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 02, 2018 OnlineMasters.com, a trusted source for unbiased college rankings and higher education planning, has announced the release of the best online master's in project management programs in the United States. The top-ranked programs were selected based on curriculum, program flexibility, affordability, and graduate outcomes. The research organization analyzed graduate schools across the ...

Thought Leadership in Project Management: with Dr. LaQue Perkins, Professor at Saint Leo University

- By Dr. Emad Rahim, PMP, CSM, APMC Dr. LaQue Perkins is an Assistant Professor of Project Management and Management at Saint Leo University. She has been with Saint Leo University for over 7 years, previously serving as an Adjunct Professor of Business and Human Resource. Currently she chairs the Academic Program Review for Project Management ...

Thought Leadership in Project Management: with Dr. Calvin Nobles, Chairman of Cybersecurity and IT Advisory Board for the Maryland Center and Bowie State University

- By Dr. Emad Rahim, PMP, CSM, APMC Dr. Calvin Nobles is an information technology and cybersecurity subject matter expert (SME), national security leader, cybersecurity scientist, and practitioner with more than 25 years of experience. He is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland University College. He is active in involved in the cybersecurity ...

The Agile Organizational Development Framework (SOE#5)

- Dr. Saadi Adra, PgMP, PfMP, PMP, CEO at ADVISORS sarl and Guest Contributor Dr. Adra is the Founder and CEO at Advisors (PMI-REP, PMI-KSA Academy, PMI-UAE, KG, KMI, ITQAN, GET, KETS, SKEMA Business School, Shipley Associate/Partner). Recipient of the PMIEF Snyder Award EMEA-2016 for the Integrated Life Cycle Management Framework (ILMF). He holds seminars in Saudi, ...

Leadership and Communication in Project Management

- By  Scott Gilbreth, President of 3AIG and Bellevue University Student   Scott Gilbreth currently serve as the President of 3AIG, a service company he co-founded. He formally worked as the Quality Assurance and Compliance Manager at PayDay.gg Esports. He is from the Nebraska area and is working towards a Master's Degree in Management Information Systems (MIS) ...

Thought Leadership in Project Management: with John Farris, Senior Security Specialist with Air Force Materiel Command

- By Dr. Emad Rahim, PMP, CSM, ACPM John Farris is Senior Security Specialist at Headquarters, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright Patterson Air Force Base Ohio. He has served the Department of Defense as active duty, military, a contractor, and government civilian for almost 38 years. He has fulfilled many roles and many different locations ...

What is New in the PMBOK Guide 6th Edition?

- Fahad Usmani, PMP., Founder of PM Study Circle With permission, retrieved from - pmstudycircle.com On September 6, 2017 the 6th edition of the PMBOK Guide was published by the PMI. The PMI publishes a new version of the PMBOK Guide every four years. The last time was in December 2012, when the PMI published the 5th edition ...

Assessing Your Risk Management Procedures Effectiveness

- Alphius White, Bellevue University MPM Student The key here is to effectively manage the risks so that those risks that pose a threat to project success are mitigated but also so that those risks that might present new opportunities, such as a better deliverable, quicker or at lower cost, are identified and acted upon. It's ...

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