Project Cost Management
A project can run over budget if you don't plan and manage costs carefully. Project Cost Management is the knowledge use for managing costs. Processes in this area help you ensure a project is completed within the approved budget.
An important aspect of Project Cost...
Project Planning & Implementation
THE UNIVERSITY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE FOLLOWING PROFESSIONALS TO THE COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE.
1. Stephen Northam, MA, Faculty Member, University of Phoenix.
2. Kenneth Sardoni, MCIS, Faculty Member, University of Phoenix...
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Defining What a Project is
Projects make up almost half of the work that most organizations do. Organizations use projects to help meet their strategic goals. In terms of strategic goals, projects may help an organization meet changes in market...
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Enterprise Project Management Methodology
February 22, 2013
Table of Contents
I. Overview 1
II. Pre-Initiation 7
III. Initiating 9
IV. Planning 11
Scope Management Plan 12
Change Management Plan 13
Time Management Plan 14
Cost Management Plan 18
Quality Management Plan 20
PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE (PMBOK GUIDE) Fourth Edition
A GUIDE TO THE
Project Management Institute
A GUIDE TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE
(PMBOK® Guide)—Fourth Edition
An American National Standard ANSI/PMI 99-001-2008
ISBN: 978-1-933890-51-7 Published by:...
Organizational Process Performance
Integrated Project Management
PMC Project Monitoring and Control
QPM Quantitative Project Management
REQM Requirements Management
RSKM Risk Management
SAM Supplier Agreement...
The Essential Tool for Every Project Manager
For more than 25 years, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide)
has been a leading tool for the project management profession and an essential reference for the
library of every project manager. The PMBOK ® Guide – Fourth Edition...
This document describes the process in which a fast growing sporting goods company called SG Inc. identifies a need for Information Technology improvements to include: the purchase and implementation of an advanced inventory tracking system, the rebuilding of their Information Technology infrastructure...
Project Management Basics
What is a Project?
A project is a one time time-bound effort to create a unique product or service. Projects usually include constraints and risks regarding cost, schedule or performance outcome.
What is Project Management?
Project management is a set of principles,...
Thisproject is planning to build a perfect Log Cabin a small holiday house; it will be built in the house garden. It will have 642sq feet to living space for two bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and 78sq feet of terrace of terrace as well garden with a budget of £39,824.7. The important...
1. Setting a goal. Project goal setting goes beyond overall scope development to include setting the projectbaselineplan. The projectbaseline is predicated on an accurate. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) process. Remember that WBS establishes all the deliverables and work packages...
Outputs 1 DevelopProject Charter: The process of developing a document that formally authorize a project or a phase and documenting initial requirements that satisfy the stakeholder's needs and expectations. The initiator's (sponsor) signature on the Charter authorizes the project. The approved Project Charter...
A DFID practice paper
How to note
Guidance on using the revised Logical Framework
***Please note this version is an update from the earlier February 2009 guidance to reflect minor amendments to the Logical Framework template***
The 2011 revision to the logframe format