Two Methods to Calculate the Forward and Backward Passes in a Network Diagram by Jeffrey S. Nielsen, PMP How do you calculate starts and finishes for your project activities? If you are like most project managers, you use project scheduling software to perform the calculations—the software does the work for you. For the PMP® exam, however, you need to know how to perform these calculations without the aid of software.
In 2006, The International Institute of Business Analysis™ (IIBA®) created the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) and in 2011 added the Certificate of Competency in Business Analysis™ (CCBA®). As of September 2016, this two-tier system has been replaced by a more comprehensive four level, competency-based certification program for business analysis professionals. This whitepaper breaks down each of the four levels by focusing on what you need to know.
What to expect for the Needs Assessment, Planning, Analysis, Traceability, and Monitoring, and Evaluation Domains. This article is a compilation of a series of blog posts, found on Converging 360, written by Barbara Carkenord throughout the writing of the publication PMI-PBA Exam Prep Guide.
Maybe we cannot have just one model or standard set of definitions for all types of projects. As the project management discipline matures, we have discovered that different types of projects require different management. This whitepaper recommends that scoping should be tailored to the type of project and product being undertaken, rather than trying to design a standard scope statement or statement of work (SOW) for all projects.