Project Management Methodologies,     Processes, and Frameworks           The Basics         By Vernon Parker
THE LISTO Traditional Project Management (TPM)O Critical Path Method (CPM)O Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM)O Even...
Traditional Project ManagementO Traditional project management is a step-by-step  approach through each of the project’s f...
Critical Path Method (CPM)O The Critical Path Method (CPM) associates each  task with a time duration then determines the ...
Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM)O Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) is in  contrast to the critical path me...
Event Chain Methodology (ECM)O Event Chain Methodology (ECM) is used for projects  with tasks that initiate chains of even...
Other Project ManagementMethodologies, Processes, and FrameworksO AgileO   Six SigmaO   ScrumO   XP (Extreme Programming)O...
ReferencesO http://www.attask.com/topics/project-  management-methodologiesO CompTIA Project+ Certification 2009 Edition
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Project Management Methodologies,

  1. 1. Project Management Methodologies, Processes, and Frameworks The Basics By Vernon Parker
  2. 2. THE LISTO Traditional Project Management (TPM)O Critical Path Method (CPM)O Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM)O Event Chain Methodology (ECM)
  3. 3. Traditional Project ManagementO Traditional project management is a step-by-step approach through each of the project’s five stages – initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, and completion. Each stage is broken down and begins only when the previous stage has been completed (though it is not uncommon for traditional projects to cycle back to a previous stage). This methodology is most common in construction projects where the work is very linear and rarely subject to significant change.
  4. 4. Critical Path Method (CPM)O The Critical Path Method (CPM) associates each task with a time duration then determines the resources necessary to carry out the project within that time.O As one project management professional puts it, “The critical path is simply all the tasks that determine the end date in your project schedule. If one of those tasks is late by one day, then your project end date will be extended by one day.”O In other words, the critical path method aligns all tasks to bring about the greatest possible time- efficiency.
  5. 5. Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM)O Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) is in contrast to the critical path method in the way that it focuses on resources rather than time constraints.O The critical chain is essentially the sequence of tasks that the team members are able to efficiently handle.O When a project has limited resources and its time schedules are less strict, CCPM is used to distribute work in a flexible, collaborative way.
  6. 6. Event Chain Methodology (ECM)O Event Chain Methodology (ECM) is used for projects with tasks that initiate chains of events.O Each task, upon completion, causes a new event in which a new task must be worked on.O Because these events can be either anticipated or unanticipated, risky or safe, they must be managed very carefully in order to achieve the desired results.O ECM is very different from traditional project management where each stage of the project is predetermined and executed in a linear fashion.
  7. 7. Other Project ManagementMethodologies, Processes, and FrameworksO AgileO Six SigmaO ScrumO XP (Extreme Programming)O CrystalO FDD (Feature Driven Development)O DSDM (Dynamic Systems Development)O Adaptive Software DevelopmentO RUP (Rational Unified Process)O PRINCE2
  8. 8. ReferencesO http://www.attask.com/topics/project- management-methodologiesO CompTIA Project+ Certification 2009 Edition
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