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                    Wideman Comparative Glossary of Common
                    Project Management Terms V. 6.1
                    Database last updated 04-03-2017

                    Project Management Glossary v6.1
                    Compiled by R. Max Wideman

                    Our Glossary is now available in a variety of collections,
                    each available as a PDF file complete with internal links.
                    Here are the choices:

                    Group

                    Glossary Name
                    & Scope

                    Ref**

                    Type

                    Level in Group hierarchy,
                    with Comments

                    Price (USD)

                     

                    Project Management Disciplines

                    GoVernance
                    Planning and applying policy to all levels of Project Management activity.

                    V

                    Corporate Policy

                    Overarching all PM activities

                    V+F =

                    11.75

                    PortFolio
                    Managing a number of relatively unrelated projects.

                    F

                    PPfM Discipline

                    Level 1-Incl. relevant T&T    High

                    ProGram
                    Managing a group of projects with a common overall objective.

                    G

                    PgM Discipline

                    Level 2-Ditto

                    21.75

                    ProJect
                    Managing a single project.

                    J

                    SPM Discipline

                    Level 3-Ditto

                    39.99

                    Tools & TechNiques
                    Applying specific principles or routines in the conduct of Project Management.

                    N

                    PM Processes

                    Level 4-All T&T only             Low

                    49.99

                    Industry/Product Domain

                    (Activity Sectors

                    or Area of PM Application)

                    Construction
                    Agriculture; Commercial; EPC; Forestry; Infrastructure; Mining; Research Facilities; Residential; Retail; Rail; Roads; Utilities; etc.

                    C

                    Tangible-Craft

                    Group Category 1                                                             Low

                    24.25

                    Healthcare
                    Communications; Home Help; Hospital Administration; Pharmaceuticals; Providers; Public Services, etc.

                    H

                    Intangible-Craft

                    Group Category 2

                    22.95

                    Manufacturing
                    Aerospace; Airlines; Automotive; Chemicals; Defense; Entertainment; Events; Industrial; Media; Transportation; etc.

                    M

                    Tangible-Intellect

                    Group Category 3

                    20.50

                    Info Technology
                    Banking; Computer Industry; Financial Services; Hospitality; Insurance; Leisure; Organizational Change; Private Equity; Research & Development; Science; Software; Tourism & Travel; etc.

                    T

                    Intangible-Intellect

                    Group Category 4                                                            High

                    20.75

                    Combo

                    PM Gov + PPfM

                    V + F

                    Both in one

                    See entries above

                    11.75

                    Combo

                    SPM + T&T

                    J + N

                    Both in one

                    See above for details

                    62.50

                    Single Doc

                    Entire Database

                    SD

                    One single vertical file, no links

                    Prints to 600-700 pages.

                    65.00

                    Note 1 (See Ref** col. above): These reference letters are used in the Glossaries to show when the term appears in related Glossaries. This indicates the extent of application of the term in question.

                    Note 2: The GoVernance collection of terms is too small to be processed as a separate Glossary, hence its incorporation with the PortFolio Glossary. Of course, it may grow into a separate glossary in the future.

                    Note 3: For a detailed explanation of our research and why we have chosen the Project Domain divisions and Industry/Product Sector groupings shown, please refer to the following papers:
                         1. What's new in Glossary v6.1 published June 2017, and
                         2. The Challenge for the Wideman Glossary 6.1 Update published July 2017.

                    To purchase any of the Glossary sets, please go to the Order Form

                    Thank you for considering these Glossaries for use on your projects. We hope that you enjoy and benefit from their use.


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