A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow
Agile Project Management is more focused on changing situations and providing constant, regular feedbacks.
Projects that are in need of extreme flexibility and speed are best suited to this PM approach. In this method, project managers break down big tasks into short delivery cycle wherein team members can rapidly adjust things as needed for each task.
Benefits Realization Management is a project management approach that’s focused in deriving benefits from project outputs to maximize ROI and achieve both intangible and financial benefits for the organization.
This PM approach is the process of aligning a program around its strategic benefits, which is really the distinction between a program and a project.
The Critical Chain Project approach to Project Management is a methodology for planning, executing, and managing projects on single and multi-project environments.
It is also defined as the longest chain and is not of dependent tasks. Instead of placing buffers in every task or phase, the buffers are pooled so that a project can be finished earlier or be able to meet the due date.
Lean Project Management aims to provide high value for customers while minimizing waste and reducing time. This approach focuses on the identification and reduction of waste or activities that don’t contribute to the completion of a process.
A3 problem solving and 6 Sigma DMAIC are the most common methods used by organizations with this approach.
The Iterative and Incremental Project Management approach is very much advisable for companies in the software development industry.
This approach consists of several concepts and stages, and divides project management into small, repetitive stages, allowing you to work on solutions and change it from time to time, depending on how you can address problems along the way.
Project management methodology is not just something a business may opt to try, rather an essential approach in today’s business landscape.
With the wide availability of project management approaches to choose from, applying the right approach for your business is truly the key to success. This doesn’t just help in evaluating your project’s success, but also help you develop your own from existing models or frameworks.
Jomel Alos is a Consultant at Guthrie-Jensen Training Consultant, a management training and consultancy firm in the Philippines. He enjoys sharing his knowledge on human resource solutions, as well as helping businesses achieve greater growth, competitiveness, and profitability. When he’s not working, he’s watching TV shows about designing like Tiny House Nation, Forged in Fire, and Ellen’s Design Challenge.
Help the growth of this blog
The latest The Program Manager's Paper! paper.li/SaverioLosi…
My week on Twitter 🎉: 1 Mention, 1.07K Mention Reach, 2 New Followers. See yours with sumall.com/performan… pic.twitter.com/b1Y4…
The latest The Program Manager's Paper! paper.li/SaverioLosi… Thanks to @SusanneMadsen #pmot #change
The latest The Program Manager's Paper! paper.li/SaverioLosi… #pmot
My week on Twitter 🎉: 1 Mention, 1.06K Mention Reach. See yours with sumall.com/performan… pic.twitter.com/QMyy…
The latest The Program Manager's Paper! paper.li/SaverioLosi… Thanks to @SusanneMadsen @TonyAdams2002 #pmot #pmchat
My week on Twitter 🎉: 1 Retweet, 1.55K Retweet Reach, 3 New Followers. See yours with sumall.com/performan… pic.twitter.com/QUQn…
The latest The Program Manager's Paper! paper.li/SaverioLosi… #pmot #pmpodcast
My week on Twitter 🎉: 1 Mention, 1.06K Mention Reach. See yours with sumall.com/performan…
The latest The Program Manager's Paper! paper.li/SaverioLosi… #pmot #leadership