History of the SUKAD Way for Managing Projects

SUKAD FZ-LLC started in 2004, but the project management innovation program started in late 2007.

2007-2010

  • Developed the Customizable and Adaptable Methodology for Managing Projects™; the initial version.
  • Published The Inheritance, as a story, explaining the application of CAMMP™ on launching a not-for-profit community center.
  • Started to develop and deliver training programs on CAMMP™.
  • Developed The Seven Elements of Project Management Maturity™

2011 - 2015

  • Updated CAMMP™ to version 2
  • Published seven e-books
  • Published Project Management Foundation in English and Arabic; a second edition of the Inheritance.
  • Published Redefining the Basics of Project Management
  • Published Applied Project Management
  • Continued to enhance and deliver the training programs on the SUKAD Way.
  • Developed the initial version of the Four Dimensions of Project Success™
  • Developed the initial version of the Four Control Reference Points™

2016 - 2017

  • Updated the Project Success and Project Control approaches
  • Updated CAMMP™ to version 3
  • CRC Press (Taylor & Francis) published Project Management beyond Waterfall and Agile.

2018 - 2019

  • Published a few more e-books; updating a few of the original books and new books
  • Developed the CAMMP™ for Megaprojects Tailored Approach
  • Wrote a book, Leading Megaprojects, A Tailored Approach; CRC Press will publish before the end of 2019.

 

This is the history that supported our effort toward digital transformation and the development of the Uruk PPM Platform. In April-May 2019, we were able to identify many colleagues who agreed to support the Uruk Initiative as co-founders and investors. In June, all co-founders decided to go ahead with Uruk as a strategic program of the SUKAD Corp, and on 12 June 2019 SUKAD Corp was born in Delaware, the United States.

 

It is time to go global and technology-centric, while we continue to develop content and solutions, to disrupt the project management’s current state of practice!