PMP Certification Exam Changes 2019 — MilestoneTask

June 2019, PMI announced PMP certification exam changes via an updated pmp exam content outline. The new structure takes effect from 16 Dec 2019. Whereas, the last date to take the pmp exam according to present structure is 15 Dec 2019. The profession of project management is evolving hence PMI changes exam content every 3 … Continue reading PMP Certification Exam Changes 2019 — MilestoneTask

The impact of Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Phases on Project Performance: A Case of Large-scale Residential Construction Project

The Construction Industry is a complex and fragmented industry worldwide with regards to its supply chain, products, and processes, and is faced with a similar dilemma as faced by manufacturers during its time in past decades. Scope, time, and cost are the triple constraints of project management and leading factors in defining the project performance. … Continue reading The impact of Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Phases on Project Performance: A Case of Large-scale Residential Construction Project

PMBOK structure and Project Success Measures

Projects Projects are temporary endeavors (have specific start and end dates), delivering unique products or services. Project and development life cycles The series of phases a project passes through from it’s start to it’s completion is termed as ‘Project life cycle’ . The phases can be sequential or iterative. Within the project life cycle, there … Continue reading PMBOK structure and Project Success Measures

Book sniffing note: Slanguage, by Bernard Share

Originally posted on Sesquiotica:
Look, I don’t think I’m weird about this. I really don’t. I think lots of you sniff your books. And probably other people’s too. The way books smell matters. The cheap hard white academic institutional paper of tenure books and reheated dissertations has a smell that tells you from the beginning…