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Projects and English

•What is the meaning of a


“Project”?
•How projects can be?
•Why English is strongly
related? 1
Projects and English

•What is the meaning of a


“Project”?
•How projects can be?
•Why English is strongly
related? 2
What is the meaning of a
Project?
• Temporary
1. Has a defined star and end .
End means: A. Objectives are met.
B. Project is not needed any more.
2. Doesn’t mean short.
• Unique
differ, even slightly similar from other projects.

• ROWAD, 2008, KSA


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• PMBOK 3th Ed, PMI , 2004
What is the meaning of a
Project?
Cont.
• Progressively and Elaborated.

De velope d and
Ad va nced to th e exe cut ed wi th
nex t acti vi ty o r car e and d etai l
ph rase. durin g t he pr oject
per iod .
• ROWAD, 2008, KSA
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• PMBOK 3th Ed, PMI , 2004
Projects and English

•What is the meaning of a


“Project”?
•How projects can be?
•Why English is strongly
related? 5
How project can be?
Lets take a simple example ………….. Shall we

What type of car you need?

Fast - Cheap -
Good

You can pick


any two. !!
OK … Wha t t ype of t his c ar ?? ?
• Peter McBride, PMP, 2001, www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5C0v13e4U0
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• PMBOK 3th Ed, PMI , 2004
How project can be?

These terminologies and


methodologies come from an
organization called
PMI
(Project Management Institute)
In U.S.A
• ROWAD, 2008, KSA
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• PMBOK 3th Ed, PMI , 2004
Projects and English

•What is the meaning of a


“Project”?
•How projects can be?
•Why English is strongly
related? 8
* English
PM in

• Eng Molham Aldrobi, PMP, Teaching certified from PMI, 2004


• PMI organization. *PM: Project Management
PM in English

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• PMI organization. www.pmi.org
PMI relies and Engli
emphasizes sh
In most countries, PMP certif. is a credit for the employment.
Conclusion
• The definition of project :
unique, temporary, progressively
and elaborated.
• The triangle columns of the
project and the processes.
• How it’s very strong related to
English (American English)
(Native English Speaker Country)

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THE END

• Any
Question ?????

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References:
• PMI (Project Management Institute),
www.pmi.org
• Eng Molham Aldrobi, PMP, Teaching
certified from PMI, 2004, ROWAD
organization, KSA
• Peter McBride, PMP, 2001, visual audio
www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5C0v1
3e4U0
• PMBOK 3th Ed, PMI , 2004
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English origins
A survey of about 80,000 words in the old Shorter Oxford Dictionary (3rd ed.)
was published in Ordered Profusion by Thomas Finkenstaedt and Dieter
Wolff (1973):

• French and Old Norman : 28.3%


• Latin : 28.24%
• Other Germanic languages : 25%
• Greek : 5.32%
• No etymology given: 4.03%
• Derived from proper names: 3.28%
• All other languages contributed
less than : 1%

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