The process of making choices in a project team environment. Several types of decisionmaking are useful in projects: consensus, leader-imposed, delegated, voting, and scoring models.
To commit or entrust responsibility to another.
The in-depth method of simultaneously accomplishing the scope, activities, resources, communication, and budget goals of the project.
Control gained by a determined effort to follow both formal and informal methods that have proven to be effective.
Dynamic Random Access Memory.
The number of work periods required to complete an activity or other project element.