The Project Management Body of Knowledge 7th Edition

The APM Body of Knowledge 7th Edition provides a base resource to help you understand and develop professional project management. It reflects the growing profession and acknowledges that work based on projects is essential for leaders, decision makers and influencers at every level, and across all sectors.

Project Management software is designed to support the project scheduling, planning, and delivery of processes. It comes with features like Gantt charts, Kanban boards, a real-time dashboard time tracking system, and collaboration tools that help project managers manage projects, tasks and employees.

Stakeholders in a project are typically divided into secondary and primary stakeholders. Primary stakeholders are key decision makers who are actively involved in a project and hold significant influence over the outcomes. Secondary stakeholders may be present at meetings or play only a small role in the project, but don’t have much influence.

There are various types of project management methodologies. Agile and lean methods are among the most well-known. Heuristics, critical chain project management, and lean and agile approaches are also extremely popular. The PRINCE2 method is a prime example of structured project management. It breaks down the project into business development project management seven steps: Leading the Project, Beginning an Project, Initiating a Project, Managing Product Boundaries, Controlling an Event managing Product Delivery and closing a project.