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CCM and Project Management

Say that your company in sales has decided to pursue a pure PMI/CMM project model with the basic four-phase project structure (initiating, planning, executing, and closing with control done in parallel).
- Discuss your ideas of how the flexibility inherent in the basic CMM model might be employed to improve project management processes in your organization.
- How does CCM affect each of the triple constraints?
- Discuss the best practices for schedule change control.

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Discuss your ideas of how the flexibility inherent in the basic CMM model might be employed to improve the project management processes in your organization.

Any additional information that is input into the process helps define more completely the needs and expectations of the project. So, including resource management into the process of scheduling can help reduce the cost of the project because valued use of resources is already included. Time and costs, managed better because the project manager is aware of the project needs, can help a company better plan not only the project, but resource acquisitions. For example, if a company will be producing a product that uses the lathe in three different steps, all along the critical path, the company has a better idea of how much value bringing in ...

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A review of CCM and its flexibility is provided in this solution, along with how it helps with the triple constraints and the issue of best practices for schedule change control.

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