Pmbok 4th edition chapter 1 - Introduction to Project Management

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<ul><li> 1. ProjectManagementProfessional Ahmad H. Maharma PMP </li> <li> 2. Project Management 1. What is Project Management j g </li> <li> 3. Turn your phones off/ silent </li> <li> 4. Who wants to be a project manager? </li> <li> 5. Why? </li> <li> 6. Who wants to work with a project manager? </li> <li> 7. When? Where? How? </li> <li> 8. ValueofPMPCertification1.OneoffewcertificationsforProjectManagement AdoptedbyIEEEstandards 1490 RunbyPMI,nonprofitbody,youcanparticipateinPMIactivitiesas a Run by PMI nonprofit body you can participate in PMI activities as a member2.ProofofProjectManagementexpertise NoteasytogetPMPcertified IncreasedConfidence3.BetterSalary3. Better Salary PMPcredentialholdersearnanaveragesalaryofabout100k 15.6percenthigherthannoncredentialedcolleagueswithsame experience4.MoreJobOpportunities DesiredrequirementforaPMjob getsanedge IncreasinglyessentialrequirementforaPMObasedorganization gy q g5.Greaterrespectfrommanagementandcolleagues </li> <li> 9. Project Manager PositionsProject Administrator / CoordinatorAssistant Project ManagerProject Manager / Program ManagerExecutive Program ManagerDirector - PMOV.P. Program DevelopmentPresident - CEO 9 </li> <li> 10. Project Manager SkillsContemporary Project Management requires the following skills: Common sense and an ability to think logically. An ability to work under pressure. Good time management and organizational abilities. Excellent diplomatic and negotiation skills 10 </li> <li> 11. PMP Exam - Eligibility3 years / 4500 hours of PM Experience (non-overlapping) with a Bachelors or higher education 5 years / 7500 hours, with high school or equivalent35 hours of PM Education, e.g. Formal college education in Project Management Company-sponsored Programs Courses offered by training companies or consultants Courses by distance education training with end of course assessment Doesnt count Self Study PMI Chapter meetings </li> <li> 12. PMP Exam StructurePMP Exam Structure Total Questions 200 (175 + 25unaccounted)Total Time 4 hours (240 mins)Passing % - 61% (actual 68 5%) 68.5%)Format - multiple choice, one answerAbout 80 seconds for each Question Real test ofPatience, Experience and Knowledge , p g </li> <li> 13. Question Topics1.1 Initiating 11%2. Planning 23%3. Executing 27% g4. Monitoring and Controlling 21%5. Closing 9%6. Professional and Social Responsibility 9% 13 </li> <li> 14. A walk through the course outline </li> <li> 15. The textbook The PMBOK Guide Fourth Edition is the preeminent global standard for project management. Like previous editions, it represents generally recognized good practices in the profession while reflecting project managements j t t continually evolving knowledge </li> <li> 16. Program Outline 16 </li> <li> 17. The 5 Project Management Process GroupsEachprocessisdescribedby(ITTOs):InputsI tTools&amp;Techniques 17Outputs </li> <li> 18. The9KnowledgeAreas The 9 Knowledge AreasProjectIntegrationManagement j g gProjectScopeManagementProjectTimeManagementProject Time ManagementProjectCostManagementProjectQualityManagementProject Quality ManagementProjectHumanResourceManagementProjectCommunicationsManagementProject Communications ManagementProjectRiskManagementProjectProcurementManagementProject Procurement Management 18 </li> <li> 19. 7. Project Management Framework Time Cost Scope Management Management Management Quality Integration HR Management Management Management Risk Communication Procurement Management M g t Management M g t Management M g t The PMBOKs 9 Knowledge areas </li> <li> 20. Time Cost ScopeManagement Management Management Quality Integration HR ManagementManagement Management Risk Communication ProcurementManagementM g t Management M g t Management M g t Time Management </li> <li> 21. Time Cost ScopeManagement Management Management Quality Integration HR ManagementManagement Management Risk Communication ProcurementManagementM g t Management M g t Management M g t Cost management </li> <li> 22. Time Cost ScopeManagement Management Management Quality Integration HR ManagementManagement Management Risk Communication ProcurementManagementM g t Management M g t Management M g t Scope Management </li> <li> 23. Time Cost ScopeManagement Management Management Quality Integration HR ManagementManagement Management Risk Communication ProcurementManagementM g t Management M g t Management M g t Quality Management </li> <li> 24. Time Cost Scope Management Management Management Quality Q lit Integration I i HR Management Management Management Risk Communication Procurement Management Management ManagementThe next four knowledge areas are Facilitating Processes </li> <li> 25. Time Cost ScopeManagement Management Management Quality Integration HR ManagementManagement Management Risk Communication ProcurementManagementM g t Management M g t Management M g t HR Management </li> <li> 26. Time Cost ScopeManagement Management Management Quality Integration HR ManagementManagement Management Risk Communication ProcurementManagementM g t Management M g t Management M g t Risk Management </li> <li> 27. Time Cost ScopeManagement Management Management Quality Integration HR ManagementManagement Management Risk Communication ProcurementManagementM g t Management M g t Management M g t Communications Management </li> <li> 28. Time Cost ScopeManagement Management Management Quality Integration HR ManagementManagement Management Risk Communication ProcurementManagementM g t Management M g t Management M g t Procurement Management </li> <li> 29. Time Cost Scope Management Management Management Quality Integration HR Management Management Management Risk Communication Procurement Management M g t Management M g t Management M g tIntegration Management pulling it all together </li> <li> 30. What if its not Integrated? it s Time Scope S Management Cost Management Management Integration Management QualityManagement HR Management Procurement Communication Management Management Risk Management </li> <li> 31. 1. Project Integration Managementeffective integration of the processes required t ff ti i t ti f th i d toaccomplish project objectivesprocesses include 1. project charter development 2. project management plan development 3. project execution 4. monitoring and control of project work 5. 5 Close project 31 </li> <li> 32. 2. Project Scope Managementdefines and controls what i and i not i l d d i thd fi d t l h t is d is t included in theprojectprocesses include 1. scope planning 2. scope definition 3. creation of a Work Breakdown Schedule 4. scope verification 5. 5 scope control 32 </li> <li> 33. 3. Project Time Managementincludes processes required for the timely completion ofa projectpprocesses include 1. defining activities 2. sequencing activities 3. 3 estimating resource activities ti ti ti iti 4. estimating duration of activities 5. developing the project schedule 6. controlling the project schedule 33 </li> <li> 34. 4. Project Cost Managementplanning, estimating, budgeting and controlling costs toensure the project can be completed within the approvedbudgetprocesses include 1. cost estimating 2. g cost budgetingg 3. cost control 34 </li> <li> 35. 5. Project Quality Managementall activities th t d t ll ti iti that determine quality policies, objectives i lit li i bj tiand responsibilities for the project to satisfy the needs forwhich it was undertakenprocesses include 1. quality planning 2. performing quality assurance 3. performing quality control 35 </li> <li> 36. 6. Project Human Resource Managementprocesses that organize and manage the project teamprocesses include: 1. human resource planning 2. acquiring the project team 3. 3 developing the project team 4. managing the project team 36 </li> <li> 37. 7. Project Communications Managementactivities to ensure project information is timely and ti iti t j ti f ti i ti l dappropriately generated, collected, distributed, stored,retrieved and disposed of pprocesses include 1. communications planning 2. information distribution 3. performance reporting 4. 4 managing stakeholders 37 </li> <li> 38. 8. Project Risk Managementprocesses to increase the p p probability and impact of p y p positiveevents and decrease the probability and impact of negativeeventsupdated throughout the projectprocesses include 1. risk management planning 2. risk identification 3. qualitative risk analysis 4. 4 quantitative risk analysis 5. risk response planning 6. risk monitoring and control g 38 </li> <li> 39. 9. Project Procurement Managementprocesses to purchase/acquire the products services or results products,needed to perform the project workincludes contract management and change control processes toadminister contracts or purchase ordersprocesses inclu...</li></ul>