Increasing the Probability of Project Success
Simple in Theory, Complex in Practice
When we hear any suggestion about improving the probability of success of a project, there are some simple tests to confirm there actually is such a thing. This means having a set of Principles, Process, and Practices to test the suggestion against. Let's start with the Principles
Let's start with the Principles
These Five Immutable principles are time phased into Processes that provide answers to the Five Principles.
and the connections between each Process are made to form a Closed Loop control systems needed to manage any project.
With some details for each process area
To support these Principles and Processes, a set of Practices are needed
These charts are an extract from the book Performance-Based Project Management: Increasing the Probability of Project Success and the abstracted training materials Handbook.