1.5_Project Management Processes_mix

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1.5_Project Management Processes_mix

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  1. Project Management Processes

    Slide 1 - Project Management Processes

    • Module 1.3
    • PMP Exam Preparation Course
  2. In this module you will learn…

    Slide 2 - In this module you will learn…

    • Learning Objectives
  3. Course Outline

    Slide 3 - Course Outline

    • Project Management & Product Oriented Processes
    • Project Management Process Group
    • Process Interaction
    • Project Management Knowledge Areas
    • Project Management Process Group and Knowledge Areas Mappings Interactions
    • Project Processes
  4. Project Management Processes

    Slide 4 - Project Management Processes

    • Whatever we do on projects are made up of processes.
    • There are 47 processes.
    • A certain pattern runs through all work you do on projects.
    • 5 Process Groups
    • 10 Knowledge Areas
  5. How will you define process?

    Slide 5 - How will you define process?

    • PROCESS is a series of interrelated actions and activities performed to achieve a prespecified product, result or service
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  6. Processes generally fall into 2 major categories:

    Slide 6 - Processes generally fall into 2 major categories:

    • Project Management processes
    • Product-Oriented processes
    • Describe, organize, and complete the work of the project
    • specify and create the project’s product
  7. More About Project Management Processes

    Slide 7 - More About Project Management Processes

    • Product management processes are outside scope of this standard but they should not be ignored by Project Manager
    • Project management processes and Product management processes overlap each other throughout the life of project.
  8. Now you will listen to a conversation at Lunch break

    Slide 8 - Now you will listen to a conversation at Lunch break

  9. Should we apply knowledge, skills and processes described always uniformly for all projects?.

    Slide 9 - Should we apply knowledge, skills and processes described always uniformly for all projects?.

    • A Conversation at lunch break
  10. No, for any given project, the project manger in collaboration with its team, is responsible for determining which processes are appropriate, and the appropriate degree of rigor of each process..

    Slide 10 - No, for any given project, the project manger in collaboration with its team, is responsible for determining which processes are appropriate, and the appropriate degree of rigor of each process..

  11. In order to make a project successful, the project team should:

    Slide 11 - In order to make a project successful, the project team should:

    • Select appropriate processes required to meet the project objectives
    • Use the defined approach that can be adopted to meet the requirements
    • Balance competing demands of scope, time, cost, quality, resources, and risk to produce the specified product, service, or result
    • Comply with the requirements to meet stakeholder needs and expectations
  12. Process Groups

    Slide 12 - Process Groups

    • 10 Knowledge Areas
    • CLOSING
    • INITIATING
    • Defines and authorizes the project or phase
    • Identify stakeholders
    • PLANNING
    • EXECUTING
    • MONITORING & CONTROLLING
    • Formalizing acceptance of the completed project
    • Defines and refines the project objectives
    • Ensuring that project objectives are met
    • Coordinating resources to carry out the plan
  13. Process Groups Interactions

    Slide 13 - Process Groups Interactions

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    • Process groups are linked by the results they produce
    • Groups are not discrete, one-time events, but overlapping activities
    • The actual inputs and outputs of the processes depend on the phase in which they are carried out
    • Result (outcome) of one group becomes an input to another
    • that occur at varying levels of intensity throughout each phase of the project
  14.  More about Process Group Interactions Interactions

    Slide 14 - More about Process Group Interactions Interactions

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    • The Process Groups are
    • not
    • project phases
    • Closing
    • one phase provides the input to
    • initiating
    • the next
    • Where large or complex projects may be separated into phases or sub-projects, all of the Process Group processes would normally be repeated
  15. Process Interactions

    Slide 15 - Process Interactions

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    • Individual processes are linked by their inputs and outputs
    • Inputs
    • :
    • items that will be acted upon
    • Tools & Techniques
    • They are applied to inputs to create outputs
    • Outputs
    • items that are a result of the process
  16. Project Boundaries

    Slide 16 - Project Boundaries

  17. Process Groups

    Slide 17 - Process Groups

    • (5)
    • Knowledge Areas (10)
    • Integration Mgmt
    • Scope
    • Mgmt
    • Time Mgmt
    • Cost Mgmt
    • Quality Mgmt
    • HR Mgmt
    • Comm Mgmt
    • Risk Mgmt
    • Procurement Mgmt
    • Project Stakeholder Management
    • Initiating
    • 4.1 Develop Project Charter
    • 13.1 Identify Stakeholders
    • Planning
    • 4.2 Develop Project Management Plan
    • 5.1 Plan Scope Management
    • 5.2 Collect Requirements
    • 5.3 Define Scope
    • 5.4 Create WBS
    • 6.1 Plan Schedule Management
    • 6.2 Define Activities
    • 6.3 Sequence Activities
    • 6.4 Estimate Activity Resources
    • 6.5 Estimate,
    • Activity Durations
    • 6.6 Develop Schedule
    • 7.1 Plan Cost Management
    • 7.2 Estimate Costs
    • 7.3 Determine
    • Budget
    • 8.1 Plan Quality Management
    • 9.1 Plan
    • Human Resource Management
    • 10.1 Plan Communication Management
    • 11.1 Plan Risk Management ,
    • 11.2 Identify Risks
    • 11.3 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis,
    • 11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis, 11.5 Plan Risk Responses
    • 12.1 Plan Procurements Management
    • 13.2 Plan Stakeholder Management
    • Executing
    • 4.3 Direct & Manage Project Work
    • 8.2 Perform Quality Assurance
    • 9.2 Acquire Project Team
    • 9.3 Develop Project Team
    • 9.4Manag Proj Team
    • 10.2 Manage Communications
    • 12.2 Conduct Procurements
    • 13.3.Manage Stakeholder Engagement3
    • Monitoring
    • & Controlling
    • 4.4 Monitor & Control Project Work
    • 4.5 Perform Integrated Change Control
    • 5.5 Validate Scope
    • 5.6 control Scope
    • 6.7 Control Schedule
    • 7.4 Control Cost
    • 8.3 Control Quality
    • 10.3 Control Communications
    • 11.6 Control Risk
    • 12.3 Control Procurements
    • 13.4 Control Stakeholder Engagement
    • Closing
    • 4.6 Close Project or phase
    • 12.4 Close Procurements
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  18. Ten Knowledge Areas

    Slide 18 - Ten Knowledge Areas

    • 1. Coordinating all the works so that it happens correctly, dealing with change.
    • 2. Figuring out what needs to be done.
    • 3. Tracking schedules & make sure every work is done.
    • 4. How much you need to spend and making sure that you spend right.
    • 5. Preventing defects and working efficiently.
    • 6. Work as team, getting motivated
    • 7. Making sure that every body knows what he needs to know to do the things right.
    • 8. How to avoid risk, dealing with risk when it happens.
    • 9. Outsourcing-setting ground rules and managing it.
    • 10. Developing management strategies to engage stakeholders throughout project life cycle
    • StakeholderManagement
    • Scope Management
    • Cost Management
    • Quality Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Communication Management
    • Time Management
    • Procurement Management
    • Risk Management
    • Integration Management
  19. Conclusion

    Slide 20 - Conclusion

    • The End
    • We have completed this module and this is time to rejoice