In Practical Application of 12 Project Management Principles from the PMBOK 7th Edition I share my $.02 on how to apply these helpful principles in the real world of Program and Project Management. The 12 principles listed and explained in detail in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) 7th Edition provide helpful guardrails for new and seasoned Project and Program Managers.
Throughout this episode I’ll list each principle from the PMBOK, then elaborate on how I’ve seen the principles applied well, not so well and how the listener can consider using the concepts in their day-to-day work.
Read more about the Project Management Institute (PMI) and get your copy of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) 7th Edition at https://www.pmi.org/pmbok-guide-standards/foundational/pmbok
The 12 Principles
- Be a diligent, respectful, and caring steward
- Create a collaborative project team environment
- Effectively engage with stakeholders
- Focus on value
- Recognize, evaluate, and respond to system interactions
- Demonstrate leadership behaviors
- Tailor based on context
- Build quality into processes and deliverables
- Navigate complexity
- Optimize risk responses
- Embrace adaptability and resiliency
- Enable change to achieve the envisioned
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