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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Chapter 41: Summary - Project Management Knowledge Areas

Not all project management knowledge areas apply to all projects or project phases. Knowledge areas can interact and overlap.

All the 42 project management processes in the PMBOK are part of one of the nine project management knowledge areas:
1. Integration Management
2. Scope Management
3. Time Management
4. Cost Management
5. Quality Management
6. Human resource Management
7. Communications Management
8. Risk Management
9. Procurement Management

Project Integration Management

The processes that are part of Project Integration Management are:
1. Develop project charter
2. Develop project management plan
3. Direct and manage project execution
4. Monitor and control project work
5. Perform integrate change control
6. Close project or phase

Project Scope Management

The five processes that are part of Project Scope Management are:
1. Collect requirements
2. Define scope
3. Create WBS
4. Verify scope
5. Control scope

Project Time Management

The six processes that are part of Project Time Management are:
1. Define activities
2. Sequence activities
3. Estimate activity resources
4. Estimate activity durations
5. Develop schedule
6. Control schedule

Project Cost Management

The three processes that are part of Project Cost Management are:
1. Estimate costs
2. Determine budget
3. Control costs

Project Quality Management

The three processes that are part of Project Quality Management are
1. Plan quality
2. Perform quality assurance
3. Perform quality control

Project Human Resource Management

The four processes that are part of Project Human Resource Management are
1. Develop human resource plan
2. Acquire project team
3. Develop project team
4. Manage project team

Project Communication Management

The five processes that are part of Project Communication Management are
1. Identify stakeholders
2. Plan communications
3. Distribute information
4. Manage stakeholder expectations
5. Report performance

Project Risk Management

The six processes that are part of Project Risk Management are:
1. Plan risk management
2. Identify risks
3. Perform qualitative risk analysis
4. Perform quantitative risk analysis
5. Plan risk responses
6. Monitor and control risks

Project Procurement Management

The four processes that are part of Project Procurement Management are
1. Plan procurements
2. Conduct procurements
3. Administer procurements
4. Close procurements

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2 comments:

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