Free ebook presenting the third edition of the compendium of Ricardo Vargas’s work, that brings fourteen articles from 1999 to 2018 that will help you understand better the project management context. Table of contents … • Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to Select and Prioritize Projects in a Portfolio … • The Innovator’s Mindset: Radical Can-Do … • Great Strategies Need Great Delivery:
The processes from the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) — Sixth Edition are separated into colors according to their respective knowledge areas.
Make your own PMBOK® Guide – 6th Edition Processes Flow! Download the canvas and the processes shown in the video. Print them and make the flow at your company or classroom. After download it, read the print instructions contained in the file.
Using Artificial Neural Networks to model aspects of the project budget where traditional algorithms and formulas are not available or difficult to apply.
Presentation that illustrates the main points of the article Modelling and Optimizing Schedules with Line of Balance and Start-Finish Relationship
The use of the Line of Balance Scheduling Method has been increasing, especially on the construction industry companies of Brazil, Finland and Australia. The method addresses to the particularities of construction projects more effectively than the Critical Path Method does. In order to model the schedule, the paper demonstrates the “start-finish” relation and its contributions for the two approaches for the modelling:
This article aims to discuss the costs and benefits of speed in developing a project plan and proposes a basic process that consists of 10 steps to plan and 10 steps to track a project in a short time. The process aims to simplify and prioritize critical documents to be developed in order to ensure the purpose, scope, deadlines and budgets, as well as direct restrictions of the project to be developed.
The objective of this paper is to present, discuss and apply the principles and techniques of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) in the prioritization and selection of projects in a portfolio. AHP is one of the main mathematical models currently available to support the decision theory.
The objective of this paper is to present a non conventional approach that is being currently implemented at the United Nations Office for Project Services, when selecting new projects globally, in order to include, as project selection criteria, social, environmental and economic sustainability aspects in humanitarian and development projects.
Brief introduction to the milestone trend analysis tool.
Changing project management to project leadership isn’t easy, but the rewards can be significant. Hear from Ricardo and other 39 experts as they share leadership secrets that had a major impact on enterprise projects they managed.
Ricardo gives great insights on how to plan your career in Project Management. It addresses the perspectives of those who are in the beginning, going through a transition or looking to expand their horizons. Edited recording of the Webinar conducted by PMI São Paulo and Ricardo Vargas on 04/22/14.
Slide deck used in the video where Ricardo gave great insights about managing a career in Project Management. NOTE: the video is only in Portuguese.
The processes are separated into colors according to knowledge areas and process groups. Based on the Standard for Portfolio Management — Third Edition.
The processes are separated into colors according to knowledge areas and process groups. Based on the Standard for Program Management — Third Edition
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