Project Metrics Solutions

Tools & Videos

This video is about strategy to follow for those who are preparing for PMP Exam (PMBOK Guide the Fifth edition).

This video is about strategy to follow for those who are preparing for PMP Exam (PMBOK Guide the Fifth edition).

Initiating Process Group is the methodology used in Project Management to authorize the existence of a project and provide the Project Manager the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities and it’s documented in a “Project Charter.”
It also documents the identification the people, groups or organization that could impact or be impacted by outcome of the project, and it’s documented in a “Stakeholder Register.”


This video is about Planning processes of creating a scope management plan that documents how the project scope will be defined, validated, and controlled.
Project Schedule Management
After completing this session, you will understand how to:
• Identify the primary inputs, Tool &Techniques, and outputs of Planning Processes in Schedule
• Plan Schedule Management
• Define activities
• Sequence Activities
• Estimate Activity Resources
• Estimate Activity Durations
• Develop Schedule).


Tools for Team Planning

  • Brainstorming
  • Flowchart
  • Cause-and-Effect Diagram

Tools for Data Collection

  • Checklist
  • Check Sheet
  • Survey

Tools for Data Analysis and Presentation

  • Boxplot
  • Data Distribution
  • Measure of Central Tendency
  • Variation and Standard Deviation
  • Comparison Chart
  • Risk Adjustment
  • Variation Across Units

Types of Control Charts

  • Histogram
  • Line Graph
  • Pareto Chart
  • Run Chart
  • Stratum Chart
  • Balanced Scorecard/ Dashboard Display
  • Radar Chart
  • Performance Matrix
  • Multivariable display

Keys Terms


Policies are statements of the organization’s intention or commitment and answer the question.

“What we do?”

The policy should identify those responsible for identifying and implementing the activities required


Processes describe the activities required to implement the quality policies and answer the question,

“How does it happen in this organization?”

Quality processes transform the intent described in the policies into action


Procedures provide instructions for how to perform the steps in a given process and answer the question,

“How do I do this activity?”

There should be at least one procedure for each activity in a process.

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