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Wideman Project Management Website updates announced

 

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1 May 2017 – Ontario, Canada – Max Wideman has announced updates to his popular project management website, http://www.maxwideman.com/. According to Max:

This month Mark Seely, in Part 5 of his Guest paper, points to best practices for deployment of each of the five distinct project management levels, and concludes with a set of DBM “Ten Commandments“. His Appendix A confronts “complexity” and points to simplifying options.

In Musings, our preliminary observations on a new conceptual approach called “Praxis” that describes project management in its broader sense. It has a number of special features: It is new, is a single integrated framework, can be tailored to all manner of different contexts, and incorporates practical lessons learned. It is also free to use!

If you are looking for answers, guidelines or templates, check out Max’s Issacons – “Issues and Considerations” – that are presented in bullet form for quick and easy reference by project managers.

Have you seen Max’s book A Management Framework for Project, Program and Portfolio Integration? For information or to order a copy, visit http://www.maxwideman.com/papers/framework_book/intro.htm. Do you have a project management question? Find the answer at: http://www.maxwideman.com/.

Max Wideman is one of the world’s best-known project management authorities. An engineer and professional project manager, his experience includes systems, social and environmental projects, as well as design and engineering projects. He is a Fellow of the Project Management Institute, of which he is past president and chairman and for which he led the development of the 1987 version of the Project Management Body of Knowledge. He is also a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (UK), the Engineering Institute of Canada, and the Canadian Society of Civil Engineering. His personal web site at http://www.maxwideman.com/ is a source of superior project management knowledge and information. It is free to the public.