RANDOM ACTIONS:
Gamble
Impress
Soak
Scrawled
Unfold
Compromised
Surf

RANDOM STARTERS:
how do i
which will
why must
how to train
prepare
buy
find out

RANDOM TRAITS:
Impolite
Empty
Non-Existent
Smart
Synonymous
Horrible
Local
Delicate

achieved milestone
activity
affinity diagram
agile
agile (scrum)
backlog
batches
brainstorming
brainstorming sessions or derthons1. scope
budget
budgeting and funding
burn down chart
business case
change management
coffee break
collective brain
constraints
contract forward planning
critical chain project management
critical chain project management (ccpm)
critical path method
critical path method (cpm)
dashboard
dashboard (or status board)
deadlines
deliverables
delphi technique
deltas and float
duration of project
earned value management
effort
etl
gantt chart
gantt charts
goal mode project
kanban
kickoff meeting
kpis
list of deliverables
management process
meetings
methods
milestone
milestones
mind mapping software
monitoring and controlling costs
mutually exclusive
mvp
network diagram
overtime
pert
plan-do-check-act
planning poker
pomodoro technique
portfolio
procurement
product owner
program management office (pmo)
project
project board
project charter
project health assessment
project life cycle
project management
project management maturity model
project management plan
project management triangle (scope, time, cost)
project manager
project schedule network diagram
project scope
project team
project workflow diagram
quality assurance (qa)
r&d
release dates
release plan
resource
resource capacity
resource conflict
resource planning
resources
retrospective
risk management
risk mitigation
risks
risks and dependencies
roles/responsibilities in project management
scope
scope creep
scope management
scorecard
scrum
send out the elephant
sprint planning
sprints
stakeholder map
stakeholders
successive approximation
task breakdown structure
task mode project
task vs. subtask
team dynamics
team meetings
team members
team selection
theory of constraints (toc)
time
time line
time tracking
time-discipline matrix
tools and resources
use of time
waterfall model
wbs
what is project management
work breakdown structure
work breakdown structure (wbs)
work-breakdown structure (wbs)

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BASIC QUESTIONS:
Who
What
Why
Where
When
How

JOURNALIST QUESTIONS:
Who did that?
What happened?
Where did it take place?
When did it take place?
Why did that happen?
How did it happen?

FURTHER QUESTIONS:
Whom?
Which?
Whose?
How far? 
How long? 
How much? 
How many?
How come?
Why not?
Why didn't?