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The 10
Knowledge Areas
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ITTOs
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Project Integration Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Develop Project
Charter
Project Statement of Work Project Charter Experts Judgment
Business Case

Facilitation
Techniques
Agreements

Enterprise Environmental Factors

Organizational Process Assets

Develop Project
Management Plan
Project Charter Project Management Plan Experts Judgment
Outputs From other Processes Facilitation
Techniques
Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets
Direct and Manage
Project Work
Project Management Plan Deliverables Experts Judgment
Approved Change Requests Work Performance data Project management
information
system(PMIS)
Enterprise Environmental Factors Change requests Meetings
Organizational Process Assets Project documents
updates

Monitor and Control
Project Work
Project Management Plan Change Requests Experts Judgment
Costs forecasts Work performance reports Analytical techniques
Schedule forecasts Project management plan
updates
Project management
information
system(PMIS)
Validated changes Project documents
updates
Meetings
Work performance information

Enterprise Environmental Factors

Organizational Process Assets

Perform Integrated
Change Control





Project Management Plan Approved change requests Experts Judgment
Work Performance reports Change log Meetings
Change Requests Project management plan
updates
Change Control tools
Enterprise Environmental Factors Project documents
updates

Organizational Process Assets
Close Project or Phase Project Management Plan Final product, service, or
result transition
Experts Judgment
Accepted deliverables Organizational Process
Assets updates
Analytical techniques
Organizational Process Assets Meetings

Project Integration Management
Unification, consolidation, articulation and interactive actions those are crucial to project
completion. Integration is about making choices, about where to concentrate resources and
efforts. It also involves making tradeoffs among competing objectives and alternatives.
Integration is primarily concerned with effectively integrating the processes among the Project
Management Process Groups.
The project Charter
o Authorizes Project Manager
o Created based on a business need, a customer request, or a market demand
o Signed by the performing organizations senior management.
o Officially confirms the start of the project
o Includes high level project requirements, acceptance criteria, project objectives,
product requirements, and key milestone dates.
Develop Project management Plan
o A formal, approved document that defines how the project is managed,
executed, and controlled. It may be summary or detailed and may be composed
of one or more subsidiary management plans and other planning documents
o The plan guides your work on the project
o It is iterative and progressively elaborated
o PMBOK does not offer Project Management Methodology

Direct and Manage Project Work
o The process of leading and performing the work defined in the project
management plan, and implementing approved changes to achieve the projects
objectives.
Monitor and Control Project Work
o The process of tracking, reviewing, and reporting project progress against the
performance objectives defined in the project management plan
Perform Integrated Change Control
o The process of reviewing, approving, and managing changes across the project
Close Project / Phase
o The process of finalizing all activities to close the project/phase
o Main risk here is resources tend to leave even before closing the project
properly.
o Evaluating project success/failure, formal acceptance, project records, lessons
learned
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Project Scope Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Plan Scope
Management
Project management plan Scope management plan Experts Judgment
Project charter Requirements management
plan
Meetings
Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets
Collect Requirements
Scope management plan Requirements
documentation
Interviews
Requirements management plan Requirements traceability
matrix
Focus group
Stakeholder management plan Facilitated workshops
Project charter Group creativity
techniques
Stakeholder register Group decision-making
techniques
Questionnaires and
surveys
Observations
Prototypes
Benchmarking
Context diagram
Document analysis
Define Scope
Scope management plan Project scope statement Experts Judgment
Project charter Project documents updates Product analysis
Requirements documentation Alternative generation
Organizational Process Assets Facilitated workshops
Create WBS
Scope management plan Scope baseline Experts Judgment
Project scope statement Project documents updates Decomposition
Requirements documentation
Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets
Validate Scope

Project management plan Accepted deliverables Inspection
Requirements documentation Change requests Group decision-making
techniques
Requirements traceability matrix Work performance
information

Verified deliverables Project documents updates
Work performance data
Control Scope
Project management plan Work performance
information
Variance analysis
Requirements documentation Change requests
Requirements traceability matrix Project management plan
updates

Work performance data Project documents updates
Organizational process assets Org. process assets updates

Project Scope Management
Includes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required, and
only the work required, to complete the project successfully.
Plan Scope Management
o The process of creating a scope management plan the documents how the
project scope will be defined, validated, and controlled
Collect Requirements
o The process of determining, defining and documenting stakeholders needs to
meet the project objectives
Define Scope
o The process of developing a detailed description of the project and product
Create WBS
o The process of subdividing project deliverables and project work into smaller and
more manageable components.
Validate Scope
o The process of formalizing acceptance of the completed project deliverables.
Control Scope
o The process of monitoring the status of the project and product scope and
managing changes to the scope baseline

The term scope can refer to:
Product scope: The features and functions that characterize a product, service, or result.
The completion of product scope is measured against the product requirements
Project scope: The work performed to deliver a product, service, or result with the
specified features and functions. The project scope is measured against the project
management plan and it is usually include the product scope

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Project Time Management

Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Plan Schedule
Management
Project management plan Schedule management plan Experts Judgment
Project charter Analytical techniques
Enterprise Environmental Factors Meetings
Organizational Process Assets
Define Activities
Schedule management plan Activity list Decomposition
Scope baseline Activity attributes Rolling wave planning
Enterprise Environmental Factors Milestone list Experts Judgment
Organizational Process Assets
Sequence Activities
Schedule management plan Project schedule network
diagram
Precedence
diagramming
method(PDM)
Activity list Project documents updates Dependency
determination
Activity attributes Leads and lags
Milestone list
Project scope statement
Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets
Estimate Activity
Resources
Schedule management plan Activity resource
requirements
Experts Judgment
Activity list Resource breakdown
structure
Alternative analysis
Activity attributes Project documents updates Published estimating
data
Resource calendars Bottom-up estimating
Risk registrar Project management
software
Activity cost estimates
Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets
Estimate Activity
Duration
Schedule management plan Activity duration estimate Experts Judgment
Activity list Project documents updates Analogous estimating
Activity attributes Parametric estimating
Activity resource requirements Three-point estimating
Resource calendars Group decision-making
techniques
Project scope statement Reserve analysis
Risk register
Resource breakdown structure
Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets



Develop Schedule
Schedule management plan Schedule baseline Schedule network
analysis
Activity list Project schedule Critical path method
Activity attributes Schedule data Critical chain method
Project schedule network diagrams Project calendars Resource optimization
techniques
Activity resource requirements Project management plan
updates
Modeling techniques
Resource calendars Project documents updates Leads and lags
Activity duration estimate Schedule compression
Project scope statement Scheduling tools
Risk register
Project staff assignments
Resource breakdown structure
Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets
Control Schedule
Project management plan Work performance
information
Performance reviews
Project schedule Schedule forecasts Project management
software
Work performance data Change requests Resource optimization
techniques
Project calendars Project management plan
updates
Modeling techniques
Schedule data Project documents updates Leads and lags
Organizational Process Assets Organizational Process Assets
updates
Schedule compression
Scheduling tools










Project Time Management
Project Time Management includes the processes required to manage timely completion of the
project.
The project time management processes and their associated tools and techniques are
documented in the schedule management plan. The schedule management plan is contained
in, or is a subsidiary plan of, the project management plan.
Plan Schedule Management
o The process of establishing the policies, procedures, and documentation for
planning, developing, managing, executing, and controlling the project schedule
Define Activities
o The process of identifying the specific actions to be performed to produce the
project deliverables
Sequence Activities
o The process of identifying and documenting relationships among the project
activities
Estimate Activity Resources
o The process of estimating the type and quantities of material, people,
equipment, or supplies required to perform each activity
Estimate Activity Durations
o The process of approximating the number of work periods needed to complete
individual activities with estimated resources.
Develop Schedule
o The process of analyzing activity sequences, durations, resource requirements,
and schedule constraints to create the project schedule model.
Control Schedule
o The process of monitoring the status of the project to update project progress
and managing changes to the schedule baseline.

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Project Cost Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Plan Cost
Management
Project management plan Cost management plan Experts Judgment
Project charter Analytical techniques
Enterprise Environmental Factors Meetings
Organizational Process Assets
Estimate Costs
Cost management plan Activity cost estimates Experts Judgment
HR management plan Basis of estimates Analogous estimating
Scope baseline Project documents updates Parametric estimating
Project schedule Bottom-up estimating
Risk register Three-point estimating
Organizational Process Assets Reserve analysis
Cost of quality
Project management
software (PMS)
Vendor bid analysis
Group decision-making
techniques
Determine Budget
Cost management plan Cost baseline Cost aggregation
Scope baseline Project funding requirements Reserve analysis
Activity cost estimates Project documents updates Expert judgment
Basis of estimates Historical relationships
Project schedule Funding limit
reconciliation
Resource calendars
Risk register
Agreements
Organizational Process Assets
Control Costs
Project management plan Work performance
information
Earned value
management
Project funding requirements Cost forecasts Forecasting
Work performance data Change requests To-complete
performance
index(TCPI)
Organizational Process Assets Project management plan
updates
Performance reviews
Project documents updates Project management
software
Organizational process assets
updates
Reserve analysis



Project Cost Management
Include the processes Involved in planning, estimating, budgeting, funding, managing, and
controlling costs so that the project can be completed within the approved budget.
Plan Cost Management
o The process that establishes the policies, procedures, and documentation for
planning, managing, expending, and controlling project costs
Estimate Costs
o The process of developing an approximation of the monetary resources needed
to complete project activities
Determine Budget
o The process of aggregating the estimated costs of individual activities or work
packages to establish an authorized cost baseline.
Control Costs
o The process of monitoring the status of the project to update the project budget
and managing changes to the cost baseline.

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Project Quality Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Plan Quality
Management
Project management plan Quality management plan Cost-benefit analysis
Stakeholder register Process improvement plan Cost of quality
Risk register Quality metrics Seven basic quality tools
Requirements documentation Quality checklists benchmarking
Enterprise environmental factors Project documents updates Design of experiments
Organizational Process Assets Statistical sampling
Additional quality
planning tools
Meetings
Perform Quality
Assurance
Quality management plan Change requests Quality management
and control tools
Process improvement plan Project management plan
updates
Quality audits
Quality metrics Project documents updates Process analysis
Quality control measurements Organizational Process Assets
updates

Project documents
Control Quality
Project management plan Quality control
measurements
Seven basic quality tools
Quality metrics Validated changes Statistical sampling
Quality Checklists Validated deliverables Inspection
Work performance data Work performance
information
Approved change
requests review
Approved change requests Change requests
Deliverables Project management plan
updates

Project documents Project documents updates
Organizational Process Assets Organizational process assets
updates









Project Quality Management
Includes the processes and activities of the performing organization that determine quality
policies, objectives, and responsibilities so that the project will satisfy the needs for which it
was undertaken. It implements the quality management system through policy and procedures
with continuous process improvement activities conducted throughout, as appropriate.
Plan Quality Management
o The process of identifying quality requirements and/or standards for the project
and product, and documenting how the project will demonstrate compliance
with quality requirements
Perform Quality Assurance(QA)
o The process of auditing the quality requirements and the results from quality
control measurements to ensure appropriate quality standards and operational
definitions are used.
Perform Quality Control(QC)
o The process of monitoring and recording results of executing the quality
activities to assess performance and recommend necessary changes.
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Project Human Resource Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Plan HR Management
Project management plan HR management plan Organization charts and
position description
Activity resource requirements Networking
Enterprise environmental factors Organizational theory
Organizational process assets Expert judgment
Meetings
Acquire Project Team
HR management plan Project staff assignments Pre- assignments
Enterprise environmental factors Resource calendars Negotiation
Organizational process assets Project management plan
updates
Acquisition
Virtual teams
Multi-criteria decision
plan updates
Develop Project Team
HR management plan Team performance
assessments
Interpersonal skills
Project staff assignments Enterprise environmental
factors updates
Training
Resource calendars Team-building activities
Ground rules
Colocation
Recognition and
rewards
Personal assessment
tools
Manage Project Team
HR management plan Change requests Observation and
conversation

Project staff assignments Project management plan
updates
Project performance
appraisals

Team performance assessments Project documents updates Conflict management

Issue log Enterprise environmental
factors updates
Interpersonal skills

Work performance reports Organizational process assets
updates


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Project Human Resource Management
HR management includes the processes that organize, manage, and lead the project team.
The project management team, is a subset of the project team, and is responsible for the
project management and leadership activities such as initiating, planning, executing,
monitoring, controlling, and closing the various project phases. This group can also be referred
to as the core, executive, or leadership team.
Plan Human Resource Management
o The process of identifying and documenting project roles, responsibilities, and
required skills, reporting relationships, and creating a staffing management plan
Acquire Project Team
o The process of confirming human resource availability and obtaining the team
necessary to complete project assignments
Develop Project Team
o The process of improving the competencies, team member interaction, and the
overall team environment to enhance project performance.
Manage Project Team
o The process of tracking team member performance, providing feedback,
resolving issues, and managing changes to optimize project performance

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Project Communications Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Plan Communication
Management
Project management plan Communication management
plan
Communication
requirements analysis
Stakeholder register Project documents updates Communication
technology
Enterprise environmental factors Communication models
Organizational process assets Communication
Methods
Meetings
Manage
Communications
Communication management plan Project communications Communication
technology
Work performance reports Project management plan
updates
Communication models
Enterprise environmental factors Project documents updates Communication
methods
Organizational process assets Organizational process assets
updates
Information
management systems
Performance reporting
Control
Communications
Project management plan Work performance
information
Information
management systems
Project communications Change requests Expert judgment
Issue log Project management plan
updates
Meeting
Work performance data Project documents updates
Organizational process assets Organizational process assets
updates











Project Communications Management
Includes the processes required to ensure timely and appropriate planning, collection,
distribution, storage, retrieval, management, control, monitoring, and ultimate disposition of
project information. Project managers spend the majority of their time communicating with
team members and other project stakeholders.
Plan Communications Management
o The process of developing an appropriate approach and plan for
communications based on stakeholders information needs and requirements,
and available organizational assets
Manage Communications
o The process of creating, collecting, distributing, storing, retrieving and ultimate
disposition of project information in accordance with communications
management plan
Control Communications
o The process of monitoring and controlling communications throughout the
entire project life cycle
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Project Risk Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Plan Risk Management
Project management plan Risk management plan Analytical techniques
Project charter Expert judgment
Stakeholder register Meetings
Enterprise environmental factors
Organizational process assets
Identify Risks
Risk management plan Risk register Documentations
reviews
Cost management plan Information gathering
techniques
Schedule management plan Checklist analysis
Quality management plan Assumptions analysis
HR management plan Diagramming
techniques
Scope baseline SWOT analysis
Activity cost estimates Expert judgment
Activity duration estimates
Stakeholder register
Project documents
Procurement documents
Enterprise environmental factors
Organizational process assets
Perform Qualitative
Risk Analysis
Risk management plan Project documents updates Risk probability and
impact assessment
Scope baseline Probability and impact
matrix
Risk register Risk data quality
assessment
Enterprise environmental factors Risk categorization
Organizational process assets Risk urgency assessment
Expert judgment
Perform Quantitative
Risk Analysis
Risk management plan Project documents updates Data gathering and
representation
techniques
Cost management plan Quantitative risk
analysis and modeling
techniques
Schedule management plan Expert judgment
Risk register
Enterprise environmental factors
Organizational process assets
Plan Risk Responses
Risk management plan Project management plan
updates
Strategies for negative
risks or threats
Risk register Project documents updates Strategies for positive
risks or opportunity
Contingent response
strategies
Expert judgment
Control Risks
Project management plan Work performance
information
Risk reassessment
Risk register Change requests Risk audits
Work performance data Project management plan
updates
Variance and trend
analysis
Work performance reports Project documents updates Technical performance
measurements
Organizational process assets
updates
Reserve analysis
Meetings

Project Risk Management
The processes of conducting risk management planning, identification, analysis, response
planning, and monitoring and control on a project. The objectives of Project Risk Management
are to increase the probability and impact of positive events, and decrease the probability and
impact of negative events in the project.
Project risk is always in the future. Risk is an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has
an effect on at least one project objective. Objectives can include scope, schedule, cost, and
quality.
Plan Risk Management
o The process of defining how to conduct risk management activities for a project
Identify Risks
o The process of determining which risks may affect the project and documenting
their characteristics
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
o The process of prioritizing risks for further analysis or action by assessing and
combining their probability of occurrence and impact
Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
o The process of numerically analyzing the effect of identified risks on overall
project objectives.
Plan Risk Responses
o The process of developing options and actions to enhance opportunities and to
reduce threats to project objectives.
Control Risks
o The process of implementing risk response plans, tracking identified risks,
monitoring residual risks, identifying new risks, and evaluating risk process
effectiveness throughout the project.
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Project Procurement Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Plan Procurement
Management
Project management plan Procurement management
plan
Make-or-buy analysis
Requirements documentation Procurement statement of
work
Expert judgment
Risk register Procurement documents Market research
Activity resource requirements Source selection criteria Meetings
Project schedule Make-or-buy decision
Activity cost estimates Change requests
Stakeholder register Project document updates
Enterprise environmental factors
Organizational process assets
Conduct Procurements
Procurement management plan Selected seller Bidder conference
Procurement documents Agreements Proposal evaluation
techniques
Source selection criteria Resource calendars Independent estimates
Seller proposals Change requests Expert judgment
Project documents Project management plan
updates
Advertising
Make-or-buy decision Project documents updates Analytical techniques
Procurement statement of work Procurement
negotiations
Organizational process assets
Control Procurements
Procurement management plan Work performance
information
Contract change control
system
Procurement documents Change requests Procurement
performance review
Agreements Project management plan
updates
Inspections and audits
Approved change request Project documents updates Performance reporting
Work performance reports Organizational process assets
updates
Payment systems
Work performance data Claims administrations
Records management
system
Close Procurements
Project management plan Closed Procurement Procurement audits
Procurement documents Organizational process assets
updates
Procurement
negotiations
Records management
system



Project Procurement Management
Includes the processes necessary to purchase or acquire products, services, or results needed
from outside the project team. The organization can be either the buyer or seller of the
products, services, or results of a project.
Plan Procurement Management
o The process of documenting project purchasing decisions, specifying the
approach, and identifying potential sellers
Conduct Procurements
o The process of obtaining seller responses, selecting a seller, and awarding a
contract
Control Procurements
o The process of managing procurement relationships, monitoring contract
performance, and making changes and corrections as needed.
Close Procurements
o The process of completing each project procurement
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Project Stakeholder Management
Process Name Inputs Outputs Tools & Techniques
Identify Stakeholders
Project Charter Stakeholder register Stakeholder analysis
Procurement documents Expert judgment
Enterprise environmental factors Meetings
Organizational process assets
Plan Stakeholder
Management
Project management plan Stakeholder management
plan
Expert judgment
Stakeholder register Procurement documents
updates
Meetings
Enterprise environmental factors Analytical techniques
Organizational process assets
Manage Stakeholder
Engagement
Stakeholder management plan Issue log Communication
methods
Communication management plan Change requests Interpersonal skills
Change log Project management plan
updates
Management skills
Organizational process assets Project documents updates
Organizational process assets
updates

Control Stakeholder
Engagement
Project management plan Work performance
information
Information
management system
Issue log Change requests Expert judgment
Work performance data Project management plan
updates
Meetings

Project documents Project documents updates

Organizational process assets
updates










Project Stakeholder Management
Includes the processes required to identify the people, groups, or organizations that could
impact or be impacted by the project, to analyze stakeholder expectations and their impact on
the project, and to develop appropriate management strategies for effectively engaging
stakeholders in project decisions and execution.
Identify Stakeholders
o The process of identifying all people or organizations could impact or be
impacted by a decision, activity, or outcome of the project; and analyzing and
documenting relevant information regarding their interests, involvement,
influence and impact on project success.
Plan Stakeholder Management
o The process of developing appropriate management strategies to effectively
engage stakeholders throughout the project life cycle
Manage Stakeholder Engagement
o The process of communicating and working with stakeholders to meet their
needs/expectations
Control Stakeholder Engagement
o The process of monitoring overall project stakeholder relationships and adjusting
strategies and plans for engaging stakeholders













You need to understand the terms and the logic relationships between the inputs, outputs and
tools& techniques. Memorizing them is not enough and will lead you nowhere.

Refer to the PMBoK 5h Edition for more details. &
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Success is yours,

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