I built PMWay to underpin an ICT
Based on the PMBOK (with its status as a Standard) I use it to assist me to run my Programs and Projects better.
In the interest of project management process improvement you are welcome to use the assets you find here.
Note: Unlike Business As Usual (BAU) a project is a temporary undertaking!
In essence (via the project) you are "jumping a gap" from one baseline to a new (improved) baseline.
From a P3O perspective the project can be run alone or as an essential building block of Portfolio's and Programs.
And from the perspective of the project itself, scheduled TAsks (Time Asks) are the essence of project management.
(This truth is found in processes 4.2, 6.5, 4.3, 4.5 in the PMBOK 6 Dashboard. Can you see it?)
The Project Management Body of Knowledge version 6 Dashboard (the matrix / asset found on the PMWay home page) is:
heart (as primal source and power center)
for the collated knowledge found in the PMBOK"
Using this Dashboard you can easily access all the PMBOK Processes, and thereby, each of their *ITTO's found within the Guide.
*ITTO's are: Process Inputs, Tools
and Techniques and Outputs - for each of the 49
PMBOK processes on the Dashboard.
Using the functionality of the PMBOK Dashboard in
particular means you can use,
practice and improve your grasp of
the PMBOK version 6 processes (along with the associated ITTO's of
each), as essential knowledge needed to:
And, if you plan to use agile, you can now run these
projects underpinned by the logic of the 'fully agile compliant' PMBOK
It is a fact, in the sixth edition of the PMBOK® Guide, each knowledge area contains a new section entitled Approaches for Agile, Iterative and Adaptive Environments. For a specialized qualification in agile consider the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP). This formally recognizes your knowledge of agile principles and your skill with agile techniques (including XP, Scrum, Lean and KanBan etc.).
If you think that the PMBOK is outdated because it is "waterfall," I challenge you to Register and Login to PMWay and work through the PMBOK "How To" (from the main menu). If you do this then I believe you will come to understand that your assumptions are incorrect and do not fully grasp all the pertinent issues. To illustrate why I say this take the pin test now and ask yourself honestly:
where is your game really at?
Click here for the changes in PMBOK version 6 when compared to PMBOK version 5.