Tag Archives: Methodologies

ITIL?: A Project Manager?s Perspective

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If you are a Project Manager working in an IT environment, you may have heard the acronym ITIL? (IT Infrastructure Library, a set of books similar in nature to PMI?s PMBOK Guide) or ITSM (IT Service Management – the concept of IT as a ?service? to the business). If you haven?t heard of ITIL, you […]

Methodology Madness

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I received a great question from a subscriber to my PMP Guide newsletter about methodologies and frameworks.

He cited a bountiful list with a question of whether he needs to know all of these in and out:

Psychology, Money Management, Method

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Guest?post from Travis Anderson Article Summary: The Three Phases of a Trader’s Education: Psychology, Money Management, Method by Jeffery Kennedy This article is an advisory excerpt by Jeffrey Kennedy, Chief Commodity Analyst at Elliott Wave International (EWI). He advises aspiring traders to conform to three phases of a trader?s education. The first of the phases […]

Not recommending Method123 or MPMM any longer

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Some of you may have noticed that I used to have a link for Method123 and MPMM above the comment box on each post.? I’ve removed them and am no longer recommending them. I have heard good things about them which is why I chose to put the links up in the first place.? They […]

Opposites Attract?

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Today I would like to cover two categories in the survey that are nearly opposite.? The first is Reduced Quality. The second is what I classified as an Increased Demand for Good Project Management. Fire Most of these actions appear to me to be short-sighted ones that solve a current financial problem at the expense […]

Point and Shoot Project Management

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Project management as a whole has paralleled somewhat the changes we have witnessed in photography. Project management also has been a skill for the few, with the barrier to entry being quite high. However, the barriers are being reduced and the chance for abandoning “point and shoot” project management is here!