I've spent some time recently going over the PMBOK Sixth Guide, Sixth Edition PMP training materials created and published by Velociteach. At the same time, I'm using Mike Bissonette's book Project Risk Management: A Practical Implementation Approach to gain a deeper understanding of risk management. How can the PMBOK processes, including the tools, be leveraged to improve on project risk management?
The current PMBOK Guide, Sixth Edition, has this Risk Management process structure:
Earlier today, I submitted an Ex Libris Users of North America (ELUNA) presentation proposal on the subject of project management. I hope to follow an excellent ELUNA 2018 presentation on project management approaches by SUNY's Jan Waterhouse.
Earlier this fall, I published a post on the Library Services Platform (LSP) in this space. I'm building on these ideas with this take:
This is where strategic vision and mature project management skills support tool exploitation. For the latter, the implementation (supported directly by a vendor) and follow-up projects can lay the groundwork for the ongoing enhancement of user services with the LSP as the foundation.
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