Sunday, January 25, 2015

Project Integration Management - PMBOK

PIM includes the processes and ativities to identify, combine, unify and coordinate the various processes and project management activities within the Project Management Process groups.

Develop Project Charter
The process of developing a document that formally authorizes the existence of a project and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities.

Key benefits:
  well-defined project start and project boundaries
  creation of formal record of the project
  direct way for senior management to formally accept and commit to the project

Project charter inputs for:
    Plan Scope management, Collect requirements, Define scope, Plan Schedule management, Plan Cost management, Plan Risk management, identify stakeholders, Develop Project management plan.

Authorized by the sponsoring entity.  Project manager participates in the development of project charter.

Projects initiated by external entity to the project such as Sponsor, program or project management office (PMO) staff person, or a portfolio governing body chairperson or authorized representative.

Projects are initiated due to internal needs or external influences.

Project charter is not a contract.

Inputs:

Project Statement of work:  narrative description of products, services or results to be delivered by a project.
    Business need (market demand, technological advance, legal requirement, government regulation or environmental consideration) / Product scope description / Strategic plan

Business case:

Agreements:  initial intentions of the project.  may take  the form of contracts, memorandum of understandings (mous), service level agreement (sla), letter of agreements, letters of intent, verbal agreements, email  or other written agreements.  Typically contract is used when being peformed by an external customer.

Enterprise environmental factors:
Organizational Process Assets

Tools and Techniques:

Expert judgment :
Facilitation Techniques : Brainstorming, conflict resolution, problem solving, and meeting management.

Outputs:

Project charter: issued by the project initiator or sponsor and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities.

  • Project purpose or justification
  • Measurable project objectives and related success criteria
  • High-level requirements
  • Assumptions and constraints
  • High-level project description and boundaries
  • High-level risks
  • Summary milestone schedule
  • Summary budget 
  • Stakeholder list
  • Project approval requirements
  • Assigned project manager, responsibility and authority level
  • Name and authority of the sponsor or other persons authoring the project charter

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Develop Project Management plan

The process of defining, preparing and coordinating all subsidiary plans and integrating them into a comprehensive project management plan. integrated baselines and subsidiary plans may be included within the project management plan.

Input to
  • Plan Scope management
  • Validate scope
  • Control scope
  • Plan schedule management
  • Control schedule
  • Plan cost management
  • Control costs
  • Plan Quality management
  • Plan Human resource management
  • Plan communications management
  • Control communications
  • Plan risk management
  • Control risks
  • Plan procurement management
  • Control procurement
  • Close procurement
  • Plan stakeholder management
  • Control stakeholder engagement

Inputs:

Project charter:
Outputs from other processes:
  • Communications management plan
  • Cost management plan
  • Human management plan
  • Procurement management plan
  • Process Improvement plan
  • Quality management plan
  • Requirements management plan
  • Risk management plan
  • Schedule management plan
  • Scope management plan
  • Stakeholder management plan
  • Cost baseline
  • Schedule baseline
  • Scope baseline
  • Project management plan updates
Enterprise Environmental factors
Organizational process assets

Tools and Techniques:

Expert judgment:
Facilitation techniques:Brainstorming, conflict resolution, problem solving, and meeting management.

Output:

Project management plan
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Direct and Manage Project Work
The process of leading and performing the work defined in the pmp and implementing approved changes to achieve the project's objectives.

Inputs:

Project management plan
Approved change requests
Enterprise environmental factors
Organizational process assets

Tools and Techniques:

Expert judgment
Project management information system
Meetings

Outputs:

Deliverables
Work performance data
Change requests
Project management plan updates
Project document updates

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Monitor and Control Project Work
The process of tracking, reviewing and reporting project progress against the performance objectives defined in the pmp.


Inputs:

Project management plan
Schedule forecasts
Cost forecasts
Validated changes
Work performance information
Enterprise environmental factors
Organizational process assets

Tools and Techniques:

Expert judgment
Analytical techniques
Project management information system
Meetings

Outputs:

Change requests
Work performance reports
Project management plan updates
Project document updates

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Perform Integrated Change Control
The process of reviewing all change requests; approving changes and managing changes to deliverables, organizational process assets, project documents and the pmp; and communicating their disposition.

Inputs:

Project management plan
Work performance reports
Change requests
EEF
OPAs

Tools and Techniques:

Expert judgment
Meetings
Change control board

Outputs:

Approved change requests
Change log
Project management plan updates
Project document updates

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Close Project or Phase
The process of finalizing all activities across all the pm process groups to formally complete the phase or project.

Inputs:

Project management plan
Accepted deliverables
OPAs

Tools and Techniques:

Expert judgment
Analytical Techniques
Meetings

Outputs:

Final Product, service or result transition
Organizational process assets updates

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