Learn how a project management methodology clarifies activities and decisions.
Despite some claims to the contrary and the desires of senior leaders, there is no single “best” project management methodology for all situations. At its core, project management is a process of creativity and change. Whether it is developing a new product, building a new facility, upgrading an existing process/system, or planning your summer vacation; it is changing the existing state of things into a new and better state. And this is why there is no one “best” methodology. The existing state could be stable or in crisis, the new state could be clear or ambiguous, there are varying levels of constraints on time and resources, and there are varying levels of complexity of the project results and required activities. This white paper reviews why a project management methodology will bring order into this environment.
Product and Process Innovation, Inc.
- President of Product and Process Innovation, Inc.
- Practice focuses on the successful implementation of new technologies for an organization, this includes the technical performance, the effectiveness of the implementation, and the organizational response to the technology change, recently, most of the work has been training and consulting with respect to digital transformation
- Certified as Project Management Professional (PMP) and as a Scrum Master, he has been teaching these topics for over 20 years through organization such as Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Clemson University, and the China Institute for Innovation, in addition, he has provided training and consulting in this field directly to Fortune 100 clients on three continents
- Author of the books, HBR’s Building Your Business Case and Demystifying Earned Value Analysis; co-author to ; has written several articles related to this topic, one of which is the blog article: https://ray-sheen.blogspot.com/2015/09/ten-steps-for-project-estimating.html
- Member of Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), also selected as a Fellow at the Institute for Digital Transformation
- M.S. degree in astronautical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.S. degree in mechanical engineering, U.S. Air Force Academy; graduate certificate in digital transformation strategy, Boston University
- Can be contacted at 864-430-1880 or [email protected]
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