Monday, July 1, 2013
After achieving CAPM, I set my eyes on bigger target, PMP®. For PMP exam preparation I was looking for a tool, which is simple, very powerful and most importantly affordable.
There is a very huge reason for stating "Affordable" as most important characteristic. The average Indian IT Project Manager Salary range is INR 828,739 to INR 1,452,949 per annum  which is approximately $18,000 to $32,250. Where, in USA the range is $67,470 to $106,097 . At the other side the PMP® study material cost range is between $50 to some thousand dollars. And this range is same across the world despite to salary difference.
I really would like some suggestions from all of you my friends if you can find some powerful yet affordable study material for PMP exam preparation.
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
The Project charter is the document that officially starts the project. The charter is one of the most important documents on a project. It is essential for creating the project. The project can’t be official without Project Charter. Absence of Project Charter may create huge difficulties to Project Manager (My personal experience).
Below are seven easy steps to create project charter document.
- To create a Project Charter, you must be quite clear about the project and its objectives. Begin the document by explaining the project objectives and effect of that project on organization. The charter basically reflect the usefulness of the project for company and its customers. And the main thing, you must to be convinced by it’s statement of purpose.
- Make list of all the stakeholders and all the persons going to involve in the project. Define their roles and responsibilities. Organization chart can work pretty good here.
- Developing Project Charter is a group activity. A single person cannot create project charter by alone. Before work on the project can commence, the project charter must be supported by the person in charge or a sponsor. The supervising person signs the project charter document to indicate approval.
- Define the context and scope of the project, specifying who or what the project will affect. Include the expectations and limitations to the project and people affected by it.
- Measurement is very important in any project. Project Charter document must have the measurable goals documented.
- Risk analysis and plan are also quite important in project execution and planning. The Project Charter document should include contingency plans for possible risks.
- Resource plan also need to be included in Project Charter document. Include a list of financial, material and staffing resources in project charter.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
I was finding some JQuery plug-ins for image rotation. And I found few excellent stuff. Check below links…
JQuery simply rocks… It’s my latest love…
Friday, July 10, 2009
Finally, I got success in implementing Microsoft Project Server 2007 in my organization. And at first impression, it seems really cool tool for project management. And I hope this first impression stay last long. The deployment of the Project Server was little bit hectic. That might be due to not having enough experience implementing and installing that. Below are the features, which I really like into Project Server 2007.
- Excellent Project Web Application.
- Sync. with Microsoft Project Planner. (It’s really cool)
- Sync. of tasks and time sheet with Microsoft Outlook. (It’s really helpful, tried in pilot run. Quite impressed).
- Share Point - document management. And documents’ sync. with Microsoft Outlook.
- Resource Center.
- Sync. with Active Directory.
Isn’t it seems cool?? Find below articles for Project Server 2007 implementation guides.
“Deployment for Office Project Server 2007”— http://technet2.microsoft.com/Office/en-us/library/0c43062d-30e3-49b1-9705-ed447ad1d2561033.mspx
“Deployment for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 technology”—http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/WSS/en/library/1f505e96-60e2-41ac-bf5d-9739105f047c1033.mspx
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Friday, June 5, 2009
My friend sent me this cool link… It describe the way to encrypt the Stored Procedure on SQL Server… Find the article of how to encrypt the Stored Procedure at….