What is PMM About


About usPMM stands for Project Management Methodology.
These are practices and procedures that have been around for 50 years ….since project management became a discipline in the western world in the 1960s. Countries like Malaysia then adapt these to fit to the local project culture.


In most PMO’s, the PMM is based on the established Critical Path Method (CPM) framework.
Note – PMM is industry-independent. The goal of using a PMM is to ensure any project gets to the end and satisfies the project owner’s expectations.


  • GUIDELINES. Guidelines detail out the processes and “how-to” for each stage of the project to be undertaken. Not all guidelines are applicable to all situations. A project manager runs the project using all the right guidelines.

  • TOOLS. Tools are project management process descriptions that support the management of the project through its lifecycle.

  • USE OF AN ICT TOOL. Today’s project demands require the help of an ICT tool. Such a software application – integrated with the methodology – acts as an accurate and efficient information manager - data entry, data analysis and information reporting.

  • TEMPLATES. Templates are reusable standard document layouts to help the PM/PMO in managing their project duties – manually and/or computer-based.

A Methodology is a Framework. A PMM consultant takes the best practices studies the introduction of these practices into the Client project organization as per:

  • Fit to work environment.
  • Fit to industry.

By adopting them and customizing them to suit your particular environment, the PMM framework becomes your blueprint for managing projects in your industry – to the end and successfully.


    1. Scope Management
    2. Time Management
    3. Cost Management
    4. Quality Management
    5. Human Resources Management
    6. Communications Management
    7. Risk Management
    8. Procurement Management
    9. Integration Management
    10. Professional Responsibility Management

Project Management Involves – Deliverables. Costs. Risks. Issues. Stakeholders.

project management

Every Project in our world should be handled through a Project Lifecycle – comprising the internationally-accepted 4 processes. These are:



Key Aim


Project Initiation

Define the Project


Project Planning

Prepare All Required Detailed Plans


Project Implementation

Monitor & Control Project


Project Close-out

Project Handover and Review

(* Note: Some project references prefer to ID the 3rd Process as: Implement & Control.)




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