A

Agile
Used as a method of project management, the term denotes the division of tasks into short sprints of work with consistent analysis and reconfiguration of plans.

Allocation
An action which entails the distribution of something.

Artificial Intelligence
A development of computer systems with the ability to execute tasks that previously required human intelligences such as translations, decision-making, and speech recognition.

B

Baseline
A starting point of reference.

Budget
An organized financial plan specified for a defined period.

C

Change Management
A collective approach to managing the transformation of an organization’s processes, technologies, or goals.

Company Wiki
A website used to maintain and manage employee content on a range of topics. It can also be edited and updated in real time.

Community of Practice
A group of people who share a common identity or purpose behind what they do.

Conceptual framework
An analytical tool used to either organize theories or make conceptualized segmentations.

Content Management
This is the overarching management of data, in any format.

D

Deliverable
Something to be provided at the end of a development process.

Deploy
To make an application available for all to use.

F

Feedback
Reactions to a product, performance, opinion, or something else to facilitate improvement.

G

Goal
The intended result.

I

Integration
The combination of two subsystems into one system to deliver the expected functionality.

Iteration
The current version of computer hardware or software.

K

Key Performance Indicator (KPI)
A measurable value against the intended business objectives.

Kickoff Meeting
The first meeting of a new project announced to all team members and stakeholders.

Knowledge Manager
An individual who collects, manages, organizes, and stores company knowledge to align with organizational goals.

M

Management
A method of administration or dealing with an organization.

Management Practices
The methods managers use to improve processes, staff, and systems.

P

Project Management
The act of administering a team with tasks, deadlines, and goals related to a specific project.

Project Team
Individuals who have core responsibilities to meet within a project.

R

Repository
A central location for the management and storage of data.

Resources
An available source to help an individual or organization become more effective.

S

Scope
This is the extent of subject matter or a project.

Stakeholders
A person who has an interest in a project or company.


Task
A work responsibility that needs to be executed.

T

Task
A work responsibility that needs to be executed.

Timeline
A display demonstrating the passage of time.

U

User Interface
The intersection between human and computer interaction.