Common project management methodologies and frameworks
Project management methodologies and frameworks are the specific approaches used to manage a project. Here are some of the most common methodologies and frameworks:
A linear approach to project management that follows a sequential order of phases (planning, design, development, testing, and maintenance).
A flexible and iterative approach that focuses on collaboration, adaptability, and rapid delivery.
A type of Agile framework that emphasizes teamwork, accountability, and iterative progress.
A Lean approach to project management that uses visual tools to manage and optimize workflows.
A structured and process-driven approach that emphasizes planning, risk management, and quality control.
6. Six Sigma
A data-driven methodology that focuses on eliminating defects and reducing variability in a process.
A framework developed by the Project Management Institute that provides a comprehensive guide to project management.
8. Critical Path Method (CPM)
A project management technique that identifies the critical path, or the sequence of tasks that must be completed on time to ensure the project is completed within the desired timeframe.
9. Lean Project Management
A methodology that focuses on maximizing value and minimizing waste by continuously improving processes.
10. Adaptive Project Framework (APF)
A flexible methodology that combines Agile and Waterfall approaches to project management.
Each of these methodologies and frameworks has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the best approach will depend on the specific needs and goals of a project.