Some Frameworks and Models of Project Management

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    The following list was graciously contributed by Marc Bonnemains, and is from a LinkedIn discussion about project management.

    The following items are referred to as frameworks and models. Many people distinguish between the two, and might explain that a framework is a structure within which an activity occurs, but a model also describes the functioning relationship between the activities within that structure. The following items are not individually classified as a framework or model.

    1. Of course the PMBOK and others – www.pmi.org
    2. Prince2 – http://www.ogc.gov.uk/methods_prince_2.asp
    3. IPMA Compétence base line – http://www.ipma.ch
    4. APM Body of knowledge – http://www.apm.org.uk
    5. GAPPS – Global Alliance for Project Performance Standards – http://www.globalpmstandards.org
    6. La conduite de projets à l’IN2P3 – http://www.in2p3.fr
    7. HERMES – La méthode suisse de conduite de projets –
      http://www.hermes.admin.c
    8. Japanese Project Management – Project and Program Management for Enterprise Innovation (P2M) – http://www.pmaj.or.jp/ENG/index.htm
    9. IEEE Software Engineering Standards – http://www.ieee.org/web/publications/subscriptions/prod/standards_overview.html
    10. ADePT Methodology is new approach to managing a project to a successful completion – http://www.adeptmanagement.com/ourservices/adept.html
    11. COTA – http://www.cota.be/
    12. Peace Corps – Peace Corps Programming and Training Manual –
      http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=library.comdev
    13. Some others links : Papers, Links and Project Management Resources –
      http://www.mosaicprojects.com.au/index.html

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    For more resources, see the Library topic Project Management.

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