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Pianificazione e Project Management


Appreciative Inquiry (Inchiesta Elogiativa) Cooperrider

Belbin Team Roles (Ruoli del Team di Belbin)

Catastrophe Theory (Teoria della Catastrofe) Thom

Change Approaches (Approcci al Cambiamento) Kotter

Change Behavior (Comportamenti del Cambiamento) Ajzen

Change Dimensions (Dimensioni del Cambiamento) Pettigrew Whipp

Change Equation (Equazione del Cambiamento) Beckhard

Change Factors (Fattori del Cambiamento) Pettigrew Whipp

Change Management Iceberg

Change Phases  (Fasi del Cambiamento) Kotter

Changing Organization Cultures (Cambiare la Cultura Organizzativa) Trice Beyer

Cost-benefits analysis (Analisi costi-benefici)


Cultural Dimensions (Dimensioni Culturali) Hofstede

Deming Cycle (Ciclo di Deming) PDSA

DICE Framework BCG

Dimensions of Change (Dimensioni del Cambiamento) Pettigrew Whipp


Dimensions of Relational Work (Dimensioni del Lavoro Relazionale) Butler

Earned Value Management EVM

Force Field Analysis (Analisi del Campo di Forza) Lewin

Forget Borrow Learn (Dimenticare, Prendere in Prestito ed Imparare) Govindarajan Trimble

Gantt Chart (Diagramma di Gantt)

Implementation Management (Gestione della Implementazione) Krüger

IPMA Competence Baseline (ICB)

Kaizen philosophy (Filosofia Kaizen)

Leadership Styles (Stili di Leadership) Goleman

Management by Objectives (Gestione per Obiettivi) Drucker

Mergers and Acquisitions approaches (Metodi di Fusioni ed Acquisizioni)


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Mind Mapping (Mappe Mentali)

MSP OGC

Modeling business processes

Office of Strategy Management (Ufficio di Gestione della Strategia) Kaplan Norton

OPM3 PMI

Organizational Configurations (Configurazioni Organizzative) Mintzberg

Outsourcing

PDSA Deming Cycle (Ciclo di Deming)

PMBOK PMI


PMMM Reiss

Portfolio Analysis (Analisi del Portafoglio)

Positive Deviance (Devianza Positiva) Pascale Sternin

PRINCE2 CCTA

RACI (RASCI)

SMART Drucker

Stages of Team Development (Fasi di Sviluppo del Gruppo) Tuckman

Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Mapping

Stakeholder Value Perspective (Prospettive di Valore per gli Stakeholder)

Strategic Alignment (Allineamento Strategico) Venkatraman

Team Management Profile (Profilo del Team Management) Margerison McCann

Theory of Constraints (Teoria dei Vincoli) Goldratt

Theory of Reasoned Action (Teoria della Azione Ragionata) Ajzen Fishbein

Value Engineering Miles

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Pianificazione e Project Management Forum
  Cinque Punti Cruciali di un Progetto
Il successo o il fallimento di progetti importanti può essere previsto esaminando la qualità di 5 punti cruciali che dovrebbero essere affrontati, ma che invece vengono spesso trascurati:
1. Stiamo pianificando i fatti? (o le pietre miliari sono...
     
 
  L'Aspetto più Importante del Project Management: MANAGEMENT
A mio avviso l'aspetto più importante del project management, che molta gente trascura, è la parola GESTIONE. I metodi e gli strumenti di progetto sono utili nel project management per Organizzare, Pianificare, per il Follow-up, Riportare, ma rappres...
     
 
  Projects are Primarily Social Systems
Leading projects will be most successful if the project managers would realize that projects are social systems.
All project managers and programme managers should develop leadership in leading social systems. When they construct project organiz...
     
 
  Why Project Management? Importance
I think every company needs to constantly change as is currently required to be competitive.
Project management is a critical part in this, as is deciding about the right projects, the project control and the resource commitment in the organizat...
     
 
  Project Management in Private Sector Versus Public Sector
What are the differences and similarities expected of project managers in the private sector versus the public sector?...
     
 
  How to Prepare Project Reviews?
How you prepare your project review report once a projects gets completed? I work in a apparel industry in India and basically I take care of NSO (New store openings)....
     
 
  Delays of Projects Caused by Owner
Kindly I am doing a PhD on the impact of the management policies and procedures on the delay of projects (in the public sector in Libya).
In my opinion, the owner has a big part in the responsibility for creating project delay problems.
In ...
     
 
  Demography, Ethnicity, and Socio-cultural Factors in Project Management
While there are volumes of books available on project management, very few discuss how demography, ethnicity and socio-cultural factors influence on projects outcome.
An empirical study recently conducted into this phenomenon in China, and comp...
     
 
  What is the Value of PMP Certification?
What value does PMP certification add to your resume?
Do companies prefer PMP certified professionals over those that do not possess it?...
     
 
  Project Manager versus Business Analyst
How is the role of a project manager different from business analyst? Is a project manager required to know the business process?...
     
 
  Trends in Project Management Offices
What do you consider to be the main changes or trends in PMO development for the next 10 years (strategy, organization, tools, HR, other)?...
     
 
  Measuring the CUSTOMER Outcome of a Project
The following questions are intended to measure customer outcome of projects.
- When are projects successfully managed and completed?
- Is there a demand for facilitating customer projects to success?
- Which requirements do customers ...
     
 
  What is a Programme?
A program is more than a collection of projects towards a common goal:
1. First, a program consists of various and different activities, some of which are projects.
2. But there will also be other activities such as improvisations and unpla...
     
 

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  Effective Project Communication
To ensure team collaboration and tasks completion, effective communication must be implemented for projects.
Communication is the most important tool when handling large complex global projects:
- At project kick off, rules must be l...
     
 
  Are Project Managers Born or Made?
It is worth considering whether project managers are born or made.
If they are born, there is an assumption that core elements of the desirable traits mentioned in the 4C's of an Ideal Project Manager are inh...
     
 
  The 4C's of an Ideal Project Manager
To be excellent, a project manager should be:
- Communicative - Communication is the artery of any project and information is the blood that should flow seamlessly. The PM has to be communicative to...
     
 
  Agile Project Management Methods
We have to quit using traditional project management methodologies, especially in IT projects. The right way to go is flexibility. Being agile, that’s the name of the game!...
     
 
  How to Convert a Project into a Road Map for Product Development?
Please suggest me: we started a project and successfully implemented it for two different customers and at two different sites. The project is now implemented and we want this to be converted as a product. If you people can suggest that what shoul...
     
 
  Project Quality Management for EPC
As the Quality Assurance (QA) manager for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects I have developed a set of template management plans that define how every aspect of an EPC project should be managed and tested. One of this set of pla...
     
 
  Leadership in Project Management
I think Rod Chambers is right, leading is the right way in managing a project. If there is a need to stay late, you have to be in the project, you have to set a good example of what a leader is. 1. Always be on time 2. Pick up small items that...
     
 
  Project Success Factors
Project succes factors:
1. Take proper time to make a proper feasibility study
2. Make clear, transparant business oriented project goals
3. Set up a project organisation based on stakeholdership and competences, and work accordingly
     
 
  Tracking Policies and Procedures.. Without the Big Bucks
Any recommendations on how to track the progress of policies and procedure that are being updated or written... Without using the big dollar programs? We have over 200 policies and procedures that we will be updating for an upcoming accreditation and...
     
 
  Approaches for Project Downsizing
I have recently been tasked to come up with a proposal from the prime contractor (we are subs) that will significantly cut my team's hours. What is the best way to comply with the request without making my team's resources seem irrelevant....
     
 
  Creating Ownership in the Project Team
How can the project manager/director make every member of the project team feel responsible for his mission in the project and for the whole results of the project?...
     
 
  Criteria Program versus Project?
I am trying to develop general criteria for determining if a group of projects should stay projects or if there is enough interdependency to make them a program or one large project.
Anyone having theory or guidance on what type of criteria or...
     
 
  Project Lessons Learned
One of the greatest contributions of a PM to an organization is the set of lessons learned.
After every project concludes, a formal meeting with all of the team members should be conducted and both good and bad experiences should be duly written...
     
 
  The Most Important Thing in Project Management: the Word MANAGEMENT
In my opinion the most important thing in project management that many people overlook is in the word MANAGEMENT. Of all the difficulties you face,
- Project methods and tools are useful in project management to organize, to plan, to foll...
     
 

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