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Welcome to our Conceptbox - an online resource for project management tools, methods and theories.

The concepts are organized in the following table, inspired by the Project Canvas and in line with the four perspectives on projects:

PURPOSE, PEOPLE, COMPLEXITY and UNCERTAINTY.


This page is mostly oriented for project management information-seekers students or practitioners.

Contents

PURPOSE

Table 1.-Project aspect:PURPOSE
Enabler Project Canvas
PURPOSE Vision
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Scope
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Success Criteria
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Vision Statement Scoping Triple Constraint
SMART goals Project Scope Management Limitations of the iron triangle
Project Charter The work breakdown structure in project management Beyond the Triple Constraint
Value Proposition Canvas Requirements management Efficiency vs. Effectiveness
Brainstorming technique Scope creep Success factors
Project governance framework Feasibility Study Managing Successful Programmes (MSP)
Fuzzy Front End Management Fuzzy Front End Management Benefits realisation management
Future Workshop Planning fallacy Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
Business Case Goal hierarchy or Goal Breakdown Structure Implementing KPIs

PEOPLE

Table 2.-Project aspect:PEOPLE
Enabler Project Canvas
PEOPLE

Basic

Managing yourself

Project Management and leadership competences

Team
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Stakeholders
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Users
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Maslow hierarchy of needs Stakeholders Value Proposition Canvas
Meetings Management Stakeholder Management Value to whom? (no content)
Roles and responsibilities in project team Stakeholders from a dynamic and network perspective Benefits Map
Team development Dealing with conflicts (sources, escalation, containment) Programmification of work (context) (no content)
Organisational structures and Project organization Active listening Agile Methodology
Belbin Team Roles Expectations Management Challenges in cross-cultural project management
MBTI Negotiating successfully Agile & Traditional PM cocktail
Meeting strategies Dan Pink on Motivation - Autonomy, mastery and purpose
How to successfully go through the Five Stages of Team Development Project sponsor

COMPLEXITY

Table 3.-Project aspect:COMPLEXITY
Project Canvas
Results
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Timeline & Monitoring
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Actions
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Resources
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Benefits realisation management Life Cycle Model Scheduling: Critical path, PERT, Gantt [1] Cost vs. Price
The benefits of systems engineering Stage-Gate Process Types of dependencies Estimations: Basic Techniques
Output, outcome, benefit Agile Methodology PERT/CPM Reference Class Forecasting (RCF)
Benefits Map Fuzzy Front End Management Design thinking Optimism bias, strategic misinterpretation and reference class forecasting
Creating a positive culture around failure in project management Project Governance Types of activities Partnering
Negotiating successfully Gantt Chart in Project Management Construction scheduling using Location Based Scheduling instead of CPM Earned Value Analysis
Milestone The procurement process Financial appraisal of projects
Project Control Simon's four levels of control Types of resources
The best milestone plan is simple but with depths! Theory of Constraint Contracting and procurement
Simon's four levels of control Critical chain project management (CCPM) Cost Estimation Techniques for Projects
Integrated Cost and Schedule Control

UNCERTAINTY

Table 4.-Project aspect:UNCERTAINTY
Enabler Project Canvas
UNCERTAINTY Constraints
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Change
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Risk & Opportunities
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Recovery Project Management Ideation tools (Brainstorming technique, 6 thinking hats) Risk and Opportunities Management
The light at the end of the tunnel: managing challenges at Heathrow Express Project Change order Impact and Probability in Risk Assessment
Construction modularization from a lean perspective Project Control Risk register
Dealing with conflict in project management Contingency Reserves Delphi Method (expert for identification)
Crises Management - 3Rs - Regret, Reason, Remedy Including Risk Management in Construction Projects
Management of Project Change Risk tolerances
Antifragility Risk Identification
Coaching - Project Manager as Change Agent Decision Tree
Management of Project Change Risk Quantification and Methods
SWOT analysis
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