Methodology

A methodology is a system of practices, techniques, procedures and rules used by those who work in a discipline. Lean practices, Kanban and Six Sigma are examples of methodologies.

  • Project Management Journal

    How to Buffer the Family Costs of Project Citizenship Behavior registered user content locked

    By Zhong, Rui | Xia, Nini | Hu, Xiaowen | Wang, Xueqing | Tiong, Robert Previous studies have mainly concentrated on the desirable aspects of project citizenship behavior (PCB) but largely ignored its dark sides. We seek to fill in this gap by exploring whether and when…

  • Project Management Journal

    Managing Healthcare Integration registered user content locked

    By Gordon, Aaron J. | Pollack, Julien Healthcare integration projects typically involve significant organizational change, with the intention of providing improved patient services and outcomes through the integration of healthcare…

  • PM Network

    The Power of Ritual member content locked

    By Smits, Karen Rituals are all around us at work. Office parties and happy hours are obvious examples, and these certainly help form a corporate culture. But they are not the most essential culture-building…

  • PM Network

    DevOps Goes Mainstream registered user content locked

    DevOps keeps gaining ground. And it's no wonder: The benefits of the IT services delivery approach have become clear. For example, the 2017 State of DevOps Report from Puppet found high-performing…

  • PM Network

    Don't Be Alarmed registered user content locked

    By Fewell, Jesse At a recent PMI networking meeting, someone asked me: "Now that the PMBOK® Guide has 'gone agile,' should those of us leading non-agile projects suddenly change course?" Tension filled the room. The…

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