What is Lean Six Sigma Methodology? – projectcubicle

What is Lean Six Sigma ? Lean six sigma principles, methodology

What is Lean Six Sigma Methodology ? If you want to learn the key concepts of process improvement, you are in the right place. Ensuring high quality and improving customer satisfaction is often difficult for the companies. Therefore companies and organizations are looking for the ways of increasing productivity, solving problems and decreasing costs. A … Read more

Six Sigma Methodology and Principles – projectcubicle

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A Dive into Six Sigma Methodology and Core Principles Six Sigma is a powerful problem solving and process improvement tool which is developed by a quality assurance engineer Bill Smith at Motorola in 1986. Then it was registered in 1993 as a trademark of Motorola. The CEO of General Electric (GE), Jack Welch used this … Read more

Assumptions and Constraints in Project Management – projectcubicle

Assumptions and constraints infographic

Assumptions vs Constraints: Unraveling Key Differences in Project Risk Management In our daily lives we often make assumptions for our decisions. However, constraints are the obstacles on the roads. If you are preparing for the PMP Certification exam, most probably you have thought about the examples of project constraints and assumptions. Many projects begin with … Read more

Decision Tree Analysis Technique and Example – projectcubicle

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Decision Tree Analysis Technique and Example What is the importance of Decision Tree Analysis in project management? Today, we are going to discuss the importance of decision tree analysis in statistics and project management by the help of decision tree example problems and solutions. Effective decision-making process is vital for all organizations. It is the … Read more

Control Chart versus Run Chart in Quality Control – projectcubicle

Control Chart versus Run Chart in Quality Control infographic

Analyzing Data Dynamics: Control Chart versus Run Chart If you are preparing for the PMP Certification exam, most probably you asked the following questions yourself- What is the purpose of a control chart? or What are the types of control charts? Basically, Control Chart and Run Chart are two essential Quality Control tools. Both of … Read more

Earned Value Management , Planned Value, Actual Cost – projectcubicle

Earned Value Management , Planned Value, Actual Cost

Earned Value Management Tutorial In this Earned Value Management tutorial, we will discuss the three metrics (Planned Value, Actual Cost and EV) of Earned Value Analysis and analyze an example for better understanding. Basically, Earned Value Management (EVM) is a project management technique for tracking the real project performance by incorporating scope, time and cost … Read more

PERT Method Definition and Examples for Scheduling – projectcubicle

PERT Method

The PERT Method – Program Evaluation and Review Technique Example & Definition Project managers often use graphical representation tools to understand their projects’ performance.  CPM, Gantt, and PERT Charts are used to demonstrate workflow and sequence of activities. Although both scheduling tools serve the same purpose, they are different from each other. In this article, … Read more

Earned Value Management Example & Tutorial – projectcubicle

Earned Value Management Example & Tutorial infographic

Earned Value Management Example & Tutorial One week ago, we received an email from one of our readers asking where to find earned value management exercises and answers. In this earned value management tutorial, we will analyze an Earned Value Management Example. Basically, earned value analysis is an efficient technique to realize and manage the … Read more

Stakeholder Identification in Project Management – projectcubicle

Stakeholder Identification

Stakeholder Identification in Project Management Stakeholder identification is an initial phase in project management. Typically, stakeholders can be defined as the individuals, groups, and/or organizations who can affect or be affected by a project. They can be categorized as primary, secondary, internal, external, junior, senior, etc. They often influence projects with their expectations and needs. … Read more