The objective of this paper is to present, discuss and apply a mathematical model based on the use of Monte Carlo simulation in conjunction with researches on project success/failure rates of projects to develop a 10 step model to calculate the mathematical return on investment (ROI) for the Project Office implementation.
The objective of this paper is to propose a mathematical process to turn the results of a qualitative risk analysis into numeric indicators to support better decisions regarding risk response strategies.
Make your own Processes Flow! Download the canvas and the processes shown in the video. Print them and make the flow at your company or classroom.
The processes from the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) — Fifth Edition are separated into colors according to their respective knowledge areas.
Through a simple and effective model using the Business Model Canvas and the tips of the book Business Model You, Ricardo comments the choices of the profession trying to understand the relationship between cause and effect and the efforts required to produce certain professional results. Download the content to create your own canvas.
This example report is part of the paper “ Determining the Mathematical ROI of a Project Management Office (PMO) Implementation ”.
This flowchart is part of the paper “ Determining the Mathematical ROI of a Project Management Office (PMO) Implementation ”.
In this interview, Ricardo Vargas talks about his peculiar trajectory in the area of project management consulting.
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First version (draft) of an WBS for mega events that Ricardo created to record the podcast about Paul McCartneys show. This is a Brazilian Portuguese document.
In this videocast, Ricardo talks about the project manager profile and its role.
In this videocast Ricardo presents the most common criteria to select and classify projects.
In this videocast Ricardo explain the differences between the project manager role and the PMO.
In this videocast Ricardo talks about the differences between assumptions and constraints in project environment.
In this videocast Ricardo discusses how to prepare the key tool for proper project scope planning.
Exercises of DVD produced by Ricardo Vargas in partnership with Sete Distribuidora. The DVD objective is to present, in a simple and interactive way, the basic concepts of project management, using one of the most popular tools in the world, the Microsoft Project. Content of this Chapter: – Basic concepts of Project Management – Project Definition – Project Success – Project Phases
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