Project Management Self Study

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Project Management - Summary

1. Integration Management
2. Scope Management
a. Scope Management Plan
b. Requirements Management Plan
3. Time Management
a. Schedule Management Plan
4. Cost Management
a. Cost Management Plan
5. Quality Management
a. Quality Management Plan
b. Process Improvement Plan
6. Human Resources Management
a. Human Resource Plan
i. Staffing Management Plan
7. Communications Management
a. Communications Management Plan
8. Risk Management
a. Risk Management Plan
9. Procurement Management
a. Procurement Management Plan

All the sub-points above are the subsidiary plans that gets integrated into the Project Management Plan

I. Integration Management:
• Develop Project Charter
• Develop Project Management Plan
• Direct and Manage Project Execution
• Monitor and Control Project Work
• Perform Integrated Change Control
• Close Project

1. Develop Project Charter: Formally authorizing a project, documenting initial requirements of share holders.

• Inputs:
1. Project Statement of Work (Product/services description, Business need, Strategic plan) 2. Business Case
3. Contract
4. Enterprise Environmental Factors
5. Organizational Process Assets (Processes, Policies, Templates, Historical Info, Lessons Learned)

• Tools & Techniques:
1. Expert Judgement (Includes PMO)

• Outputs
1. Project Charter

2. Develop Project Management Plan: Documents actions necessary to define, prepare, integrate & co-ordinate all subsidiary plans. Defines how the project will be executed, monitored & controlled and closed.

• Inputs:
1. Project Charter
2. Outputs from planning processes
3. Enterprise Environmental Factors (PMIS, Organizational structure & culture, Personnel admin) 4. Organizational Process Assets

• Tools & Techniques:
1. Expert Judgement

• Outputs
1. Project Management Plan

3. Direct and Manage Project Execution: Performing the work defined in the PMP.

• Inputs
1. Project Management Plan
2. Approved Change Requests
3. Enterprise Environmental Factors (PMIS)
4. Organizational Process Assets

• Tools & Techniques:
1. Expert Judgement
2. Project Management Information System (automated tool, scheduling software tool, configuration management system, web interfaces etc)

• Outputs
1. Deliverables – Any unique and verifiable product, result, or capability to perform a service that must be produced to complete a process, phase or project. 2. Work Performance Information

3. Change Requests
4. PMP Updates
a. Requirements Management Plan
b. Schedule Management Plan
c. Cost Management Plan
d. Quality Management Plan
e. Human Resource Plan
f. Communications Management Plan
g. Risk Management Plan
h. Procurement Management Plan
i. Project Baselines
5. Project Document Updates
a. Requirements Documents
b. Project Logs (issues/assumptions..)
c. Risk Register
d. Stakeholder Register

4. Monitor and Control Project Work: Tracking, Reviewing, and regulating progress to meet the performance objectives defined in PMP (Key terms – Tracking, Collecting, Measuring, Distributing Performance Info, Assessing, Forecasting)

• Inputs
1. Project Management Plan
2. Performance Reports
3. Enterprise Environmental Factors (PMIS)
4. Organizational Process Assets

• Tools & Techniques:
1. Expert Judgement

• Outputs
1. Change Requests
2. PMP Updates
a. Schedule Management Plan
b. Cost Management Plan
c. Quality Management Plan
d. Scope Baselines
e. Schedule Baselines &
f. Cost Performance Baselines...
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