PMP / PMI frameworks, models and diagrams used to improve project management within organizations through out various project phases including initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling and closing
Stakeholder Management – Stakeholder Management Analysis – Stakeholder Map – Stakeholder Management Framework – Identification of stakeholders and understanding their needs is key to change management, project management and day-to-day activities of the business.
The stakeholder management includes identification the stakeholders, stakeholder analysis, stakeholder engagement, stakeholder information flow, abiding by agreements, stakeholder debriefing. Stakeholder mapping is the process of mapping stakeholders in terms of their power (influence) and interest. Another related framework is The Pig a metaphor that shows that everyone sees the pig differently, the butcher, the piglet, the farmer, the environmentalist and the store owner, etc.
Gantt Chart – Gantt Diagram – Gantt Analysis – Gantt charts (also sometimes spelled as a gant chart) is a project management method of displaying multiple project activities in a single view. This includes the duration of activities, dependencies and milestones against calendar timelines.
Gantt charts are useful project management tools because they conveniently display project tasks against one another. Below, we include a sample gantt chart.
Project Priority Matrix – Project Priority Matrix Analysis – Project Priority Matrix Framework – Business are often facing a number of competing projects. Prioritizing between projects becomes essential in order to maximize benefits for a company.
A project priority matrix is a great management tool to selecting those engagements that carry the highest benefits to an organization. The matrix divides all projects by the ease of implementation and their impact. Highest impact and the easiest to implement projects should be completed first. The projects are divided between quick wins, must haves, low hanging fruit and money pits. See the priority matrix below.
Project Management – Project Management Analysis – Project Management Stages – Project Management Framework – Project Management Business Methodology – Project Management model is one of the top business frameworks used for managing and leading projects and other kind of engagements. The model brings some structure to the project phases and makes it more organized.
The project stages include initiation, planning and design, executing or implementation, monitoring and controlling, closing. There may be other stages depending on the nature of the work. Work planning varies depending on the resources assigned, project timelines, etc. Below sample images are examples of Project Management stages.
Project Cycle – Project Cycle Analysis – Lean Project Cycle – Project Stages – Project Cycle Framework – Project Cycle Business Methodology – Project Cycle model developed as part of Lean methodology and is one of the top business frameworks to structure a lean six sigma project.
Project stages are as follows: Request, Scoping, Planning, Training, Redesign, Implementation, Review and Feedback. Below sample images are examples of Project Cycle used for lean project management.