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PMBOK Guide Process Groups and Knowledge Areas

5 Process Groups 9 Knowledge Areas


- Develop Project Management Plan - Direct and Manage Project Project Management Integration: Seven - Develop Project Charter Execution processes used to assemble the - Develop Preliminary Project Scope component pieces of a project into an Statement integrated whole - Monitor and Control Project Work - Integrated Change Control - Close Project

Initiating

Planning

Executing

Monitoring & Controlling

Closing

Project Scope Management: Five processes used to define and control project scope

- Scope Planning - Scope Definition - Create WBS

- Scope Verification - Scope Control

Project Time Management: Six processes used to develop and control the project schedule

- Activity Definition - Activity Sequencing - Activity Resource Estimating - Activity Duration Estimating - Schedule Development

- Schedule Control

Project Cost Management: Three processes used to develop and control project costs and budget Project Quality Management: Three processes used to plan and control project quality Project Human Resources Management: Four processes used to manage people during the project Project Communications Management: Four processes used to manage project communications Project Risk Management: Six processes used to manage project risk

- Cost Estimating - Cost Budgeting - Quality Planning - Perform Quality Assurance

- Cost Control

- Perform Quality Control

- Human Resource Planning

- Acquire Project Team - Develop Project Team

- Manage Project Team

- Communications Planning

- Information Distribution

- Performance Reporting - Manage Stakeholders

- Risk Management Planning - Risk Identification - Qualitative Risk Analysis - Quantitative Risk Analysis - Risk Response Planning

- Risk Monitoring and Control

Project Procurement Management: Six processes used to manage contracts during the project

- Plan Purcahses and Acquisitions - Plan Contracting

- Request Seller Responses - Select Sellers

- Contract Administration

- Contract Closure

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General PMP certification information PMBOK Guide Initiating Processes Documenting project needs Feasibility & analysis Project selection methods Decision models Use of historical information Product/Service definition Management responsibilities Linking to organizational strategy Roles & responsibilities Defining the project life cycle Project Charter Project Manager selection Planning Processes Scope planning Scope statement Scope management plan Scope definition Work breakdown structure Decomposition techniques Activity definition Activity lists Activity sequencing Interdependencies Network diagrams Resource planning Resource identification Resource histograms Responsibility assignment matrix Resource management plan Activity duration estimating Analogous estimating Monte Carlo analysis Cost estimating Parametric estimating Bottom-up estimating Computer models Cost baseline Cost management plan Life-cycle costing Earned value management Schedule development Project/resource calendars Leads, lags & constraints Critical path PERT Crashing and fast tracking Resource Leveling PM software Bar charts Milestone charts Gantt charts Time-scaled network diagrams Schedule management plan Communication planning Stakeholder needs Communication methods Communications management plan Quality planning Benchmarking Design of experiments Metrics Checklists & flowcharts Quality management plan Quality improvement Organizational planning Organizational structures Reporting relationships Organization charts Risk management planning Risk identification Source symptoms/triggers Risk quantification Tolerances Risk Event values Risk responses Risk management plan Procurement planning Make-or-buy analysis Contract types Rating/scoring evaluations Solicitation planning Statements of work Procurement management plan Project plan development Defining constraints Defining assumptions Project plan methodology Stakeholder management plan Project management information systems

Executing Processes Project plan execution Leadership Communication models Conflict resolution Negotiation & Influencing Problem solving Work authorization systems Managing change Documenting work results Inspections Documenting acceptance Quality assurance Quality control measurements Cost/benefits of quality Team development Team performance Reward & recognition systems Assessing team members Team conflicts/disputes Performance appraisals Information distribution Information retrieval Records maintenance Source Selection/Contract development Scope of services Payment/invoicing T&C clauses Bidder conferences Source selection criteria Contract administration Legal issues Overseeing contractors Contract change management Controlling Processes Integrated change control Change management Change control boards Configuration management Corrective action Scope change control Scope change control systems Scope verification Schedule control Schedule change control systems Cost control Cost change control systems Quality control Monitoring project results Control charts Pareto Analysis Cause/effect diagrams Trend analysis Statistical sampling Performance reporting Performance reviews Risk monitoring and control Workarounds Risk responses Closing Processes Administrative Closure Closure of each project life cycle phase Documenting performance measurements Final acceptance Lessons learned Project document archives Final team appraisals Contract closeout Assessing contract file Verifying acceptance Professional and Social Responsibility PMP Code of Professional Ethics Personal and business ethics Cultural competencies Conflict theories Leadership theories Negotiation strategies Exam strategies General PMP exam themes MCQ test-taking strategies Other:

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The Process Groups


Initiating Process Group
The Initiating Process Group includes two processes, which authorize the project. Process Develop Project Charter Develop Preliminary Project Scope Statement Knowledge Area/PMBOK Chapter Project Integration Management, Chapter 4 Project Integration Management, Chapter 4

Planning Process Group


The Planning Process Group includes twenty-one processes that further refine project objectives and select the best courses of action to achieve those objectives. Process Develop Project Management Plan Scope Planning Scope Definition Create WBS Activity Definition Activity Sequencing Activity Resource Estimating Activity Duration Estimating Cost Estimating Cost Budgeting Schedule Development Communications Planning Quality Planning Human Resource Planning Risk Management Planning Risk Identification Qualitative Risk Analysis Quantitative Risk Analysis Risk Response Planning Plan Purchases and Acquisitions Plan Contracting Knowledge Area/PMBOK Chapter Project Integration Management, Chapter 4 Project Scope Management, Chapter 5 Project Scope Management, Chapter 5 Project Scope Management, Chapter 5 Project Time Management, Chapter 6 Project Time Management, Chapter 6 Project Time Management, Chapter 6 Project Time Management, Chapter 6 Project Cost Management, Chapter 7 Project Cost Management, Chapter 7 Project Time Management, Chapter 6 Project Communications Management, Chapter 10 Project Quality Management, Chapter 8 Project Human Resource Management, Chapter 9 Project Risk Management, Chapter 11 Project Risk Management, Chapter 11 Project Risk Management, Chapter 11 Project Risk Management, Chapter 11 Project Risk Management, Chapter 11 Project Procurement Management, Chapter 12 Project Procurement Management, Chapter 12

Executing Process Group


The Executing Process Group includes seven processes to coordinate people and other resources to implement the project plan. Process Direct and Manage project Execution Perform Quality Assurance Acquire Project Team Develop Project Team Information Distribution Request Seller Responses Select Sellers Knowledge Area/PMBOK Chapter Project Integration Management, Chapter 4 Project Quality Management, Chapter 8 Project Human Resource Management, Chapter 9 Project Human Resource Management, Chapter 9 Project Communications Management, Chapter 10 Project Procurement Management, Chapter 12 Project Procurement Management, Chapter 12

Monitoring & Controlling Process Group


The Monitoring & Controlling Process Group includes twelve processes that regularly monitor and measure progress to identify variances, allowing timely corrective action when necessary. Process Monitor and Control Project Work Integrated Change Control Scope Verification* Scope Control Schedule Control Cost Control Perform Quality Control Manage Project Team Performance Reporting Manage Stakeholders Risk Monitoring and Control Contract Administration Knowledge Area/PMBOK Chapter Project Integration Management, Chapter 4 Project Integration Management, Chapter 4 Project Scope Management, Chapter 5 Project Scope Management, Chapter 5 Project Time Management, Chapter 6 Project Cost Management, Chapter 7 Project Quality Management, Chapter 8 Project Human Resource Management, Chapter 9 Project Communications Management, Chapter 10 Project Communications Management, Chapter 10 Project Risk Management, Chapter 11 Project Procurement Management, Chapter 12

Closing Process Group


The Closing Process Group includes two processes that formally accept the project deliverable/result and bring it to an orderly end. Process Close Project Contract Closure Knowledge Area/PMBOK Chapter Project Integration Management, Chapter 4 Project Integration Management, Chapter 4