TC#14#15#16#17#18#19_Process_Group

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Mind Map on TC#14#15#16#17#18#19_Process_Group, created by mb.cajiga on 01/18/2016.

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TC#14#15#16#17#18#19_Process_Group
1 Project Management Process describes what you need to do manage the project
1.1 The Project Start, Plan, Do, Check and Act, and End
2 If you understand the process, you can use logic on the exam, rather tan having to rely on memorization.
3 Initiating
3.1 Project Charter
3.2 Project is officially approved, involves project manager, identifying and analyzing stakeholders, high-level planning, scope, WBS, risk
3.2.1 Provides the Project manager with the authority and information necesary to begin the project
3.3 The business case
3.4 Stakeholders
3.5 Project statement of work
3.6 How the Project fits into the company´s strategin plan
3.7 List of likely stakeholders
3.8 Constrains, risk and assumptions
3.9 Relevant agreements, including contracts
3.10 Industry standards
3.11 Marketplace trends
3.12 The company´s change control system
3.13 Defined processes and procedures for how the company operate
3.14 Past relationships with the sponsor of the project, likely stakeholders and posible team members
3.15 Templates from past projects
3.16 Historical WBSs
3.17 Historical estimates
3.18 Lessons learned from previous projects
3.19 What is going to company to day, the majoy projects, and the potential impact current and planned initiatives could have on this project
3.20 Understanding of the company´s future
3.21 Understanding of the company´s culture
3.22 List of people who may be good team members
3.23 Many questions on the exam will include common errors in Project management and requiere you to know the activities that should be done during each part of the Project management process
3.23.1 You need to have more detailed understanding of what really should be done (the actions) in Project initiating in order to pass exam
3.24 Expert Judgment (Consultant, Stakeholders, Industry Groups, PMO)
3.24.1 Brainstorming, Meetings, Conflict Resolution, Troubleshooting
3.25 Project Manager is Responsable
4 Planning
4.1 Project planning entails walking through the Project and getting it organized before actually doing the work. Involves everyone.

Annotations:

  • Involves Project Manager, Stakeholders, Resources, Previous Project, Company Policies and other such resources to plan the project. 
4.1.1 Risk Management affects the entire project. Because it is only after risk management is completed that the final cost and Schedule can be determinates
4.2 Integration Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Develop Project Management Plan
4.3 Scope Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, Create WBS
4.4 Time Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan Schedule Management, Define Activities, Sequence Activities, Estimate Activity Resources, Estimate Activity Durations, Develop Schedule
4.5 Cost Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan Cost Management, Estimate Costs, Determine Budget
4.6 Quality Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan Quality Management
4.7 Human Resource Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan Human Resource Management
4.8 Communications Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan Communications Management
4.9 Risk Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan Risk Management, Identify Risks, Perform Quality Risk Analysis, Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis, Plan Risk Responses
4.10 Procurement Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan ProcurementManagement
4.11 Stakeholder Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Plan Stakeholder Management
4.12 Project Management Plan
4.12.1
4.13 Project Documents
4.13.1 that will guide the execution and control of the project
4.14 Is iterative. Each planning process may use the results of the previous processes, and each process may affect or cause changes to the previous processes.
4.15 You need to have a more detailed understanding of what really should be done (the actions) during project planning, and you need to find out if there are any actions you do not know or have never done
4.16 Expert Judgment (Consultant, Stakeholders, Industry Groups, PMO)
4.16.1 Brainstorming, Meetings, Conflict Resolution, Troubleshooting
4.17 Project Manager is Accountable
5 Executing
5.1 Integration Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Direct and Management Project Work
5.2 Quality Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Perform Quality Assurance
5.3 Human Resource Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Acquire Project Team, Develop Project Team, Manage Project Team
5.4 Communications Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Manage Communications
5.5 Procurement Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Conduct Procurements
5.6 Stakeholders Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Manage StakeholdersEngagement
5.7 Achivie The Project Deliverables
5.8 The purpose is complete the Project work as defined in the project management plan and to meet the project objetives
5.9 Work to the management plan, be proactive, manage and guide
5.10 Expert Judgment, Meetings, Conflict Resolution, Troubleshooting
5.10.1 PMIS
5.11 KPIs
5.12 Change Request
5.13 Update The Project Management Plan
5.14 Update Project Documents
5.15 Project Manager is Accountable
6 Monitoring and Controlling
6.1 Integration Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Monitor and Control Project Work, Perform Integrated Change Control
6.2 Scope Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Validate Scope, Control Scope
6.3 Time Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Control Schedule
6.4 Cost Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Control Cost
6.5 Quality Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Control Quality
6.6 Communications Management chapter
6.7 Risk Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Control Risk
6.8 Expert Judgment, Meetings, Conflict Resolution, Troubleshooting
6.8.1 PMIS, Analytical Techniques
6.9 KPIs

Annotations:

  • Key Performance Indicators
6.10 Change Request
6.11 Update The Project Management Plan
6.12 Update Project Documents
6.13 You are doing some throughout the Project - from initiating trhough closing
6.14 Means measuring the performance of the Project against the Project Management Plan and Approving Change Request, including recommended corrective actions, preventive actions and defect repair.
6.15 Project Manager is Responsable
7 Closing
7.1 Integration Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Close Project or Phase
7.2 Procurement Management chapter

Annotations:

  • Close Procurements
7.3 Expert Judgment, Meetings
7.3.1 Analytical Techniques
7.4 Update organized archive that is stored for use on future projects
7.5 Customer obtaining formal acceptance
7.6 Include administrative activities such as collecting and finalizing all the paperwork needed to complete the Project, and technical work to confirm that the final product of the Project is acceptable
7.7 In any situation, ignoring Project closing is a real mistake, as the work done during closure is extremely important to the performing organization and to the customer
7.8 Project Manager is Responsable
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