Any individual or organization whose interests may be affected positively or negatively by the completion of a project is called a Stakeholder (SH). He could be a positive stakeholder such as the […]
Mohammed Barakat is an Excellence Enabler, a Data Scientist, and a Trainer who holds several certifications. He is a Consultant Engineer in Industrial Engineering (JCE), a Project and Risk Management Professional (PMP, PMI-RMP), and a Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB). He is a proficient trainer accredited by Microsoft (MCT) and is also a speaker in national and international professional and business gatherings. He was named a winner of the prestigious ASQ MEA Quality Professionals Award for the year 2018 in Jordan.
A project is defined as a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result. This definition explicitly states two of three characteristics of a project-Temporary (which means it has […]
In an earlier blog I discussed the values of being a PMP Project Manager, and in this blog I will discuss the frame of mind all Project Management Professionals (PMPs) have in […]
Are you managing your project efficiently, effectively, or both? Are you Doing Things Right, Doing Right Things, or doing both? What a project manager is doing throughout the entire lifecycle of his […]
Learning something useful from unpleasant, as well as pleasant, experience ranges from being an instinctive reaction that you can see in children to being a scientific approach that professionals use in managing […]
I have read a story about a company that perceived the PMO function incorrectly and, consequently, deemed it a burden that would do nothing except blowing up its overhead cost with no […]
Recently, I have read many comments and blogs questioning the value of the Project Management Professional (PMP) credentials; whether it really makes a difference in a Project Manager’s career, and whether a […]