The article describes the terminology and popular common practices in project management. The following topics represent the most used terms that are applied in public and private sectors and industries. Project management students and practitioners are welcome to use the material as a reference creation of educational resources or real management practices in the working environment.
There are different types of managers and leaders. However, among them, the rebel manager has a very specific way of thinking. What is going on in the heads of these team leaders?
What happens to all of the Unfinished Product Backlog Items? Nobody asks this question but it is important.
In the Everyday Project Management book, the author Jeff Davidson provides interesting and important details about reporting in project management and how the good project manager needs to respond, react and do their daily work in an efficient way. This is an amazing book and we recommend it to everyone in the project management field.
In this chapter, you learn about potential difficulties in reporting your results, how to effectively use communication tools and techniques, the value of giving credit to your team, and the importance of assuming any blame alone.
Choosing Project Management Software is your first and initial important step. In the Everyday Project Management book, the author Jeff Davidson provides details about choosing project management software tools, why and how you should do this very helpful for the entire lifecycle activity. Software tools are important topic in the BVOP project managers training program and on the project management training course of PMA.
In this chapter, you learn the types of software programs that are available, their capabilities, and which software functions are crucial, and you are given some guidelines for selection.