Diagram Your Project Leadership

Susan Hall

Project management expert Michael Taylor has provided yet another tool to the Knowledge Network to help you keep your projects on track. With his Taxonomy of a Project Diagram, Taylor lays out who creates project leadership-and how-and the five types of processes required for a well-managed project.


The diagram could be used, for example, in initial project planning sessions to aid in scheduling the timeframe for transitioning from initiation processes to planning processes. Those are followed by execution processes, control processes and closeout processes.


Taylor earlier provided a cross-functional flowchart that provides a simple visual representation of how key stakeholders, the project manager, project teams and subcontractors collaborate.


These are more examples of the wealth of information you'll find in the Knowledge Network:

Project Management Fundamentals
Master Project Management Checklist Template

Project Management Guidebook

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