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IntegrationProject Integration ManagementInputsTools and TechniquesOutputsDevelop Project Charter (I)Project Statement of Work(Business Need; Product Scope Description; Stategic Plan)Expert Judgment(Other units in org; Consultants; Stakeholders including customer & sponsor; Professional/technical association; industry groups; SMEs; PMO)Project Charter(Purpose/justification; Measurable objectives and success criteria; HL requirments; HL risks; Summery milestone schedule; Summery budget; Approval requirement; Assigned PM; Name of Sponsor)Business Case (Market demand; Org request; Customer request; Technical advance; Legal requirement; Ecological impact; Social need)Contract (Done for external customer)Enterprise Environment Factors(Governmental/industrial standard; Org infrastructure; Marketplace condition)Organizational Process Assets(Org Standard processes/policies; Templates; Historical Information/lesson learned/knowledge base)

Develop Project Management Plan (P)Project CharterExpert JudgmentProject Management Plan(3 baselines - scope/schedule/cost; 8 subplans plus requirement/process improvement/change /Configuration management plans)Output from Planning Processes(From other Knowledge Areas; scope/time/cost/quality/HR/Communication/Risk/Porcurement)Enterprise Environement Factors(Gov/Industry Standards; Project Management Informantion System(PMIS)/Org Structure and culture/Personnel Administration like hiring, firing, review etc)Organization Process Assets(Standardized Guidelines; PM templates; Change Control Process; Project files from past projects; Historical information/lesson learned; Configuation management knowledge base c/ versions and baselines; project doc)

Direct and Manage Project Execution (E)Project Management PlanExpert JudgmentDeliverables(Unique product/ result/service that must be produced to complete a process, phase or project)Approved Change Requests(Feed from Perfrom Ingetraged Chagne Control)Project management Information System(An information system uses to gather, integrate and disseminate the output of project management processes, support project from initializing thru closing and can be manual or automated system)Work Perforamnce Informantion (From activities)Enterprise Environmental Factors(Org culture/structure; infrastructure; HR guidelines; stakeholder risk tolerances; PMIS)Change Requests (can be direct/indirect/externally/internally initiated)(Corrective action/Preventive action/Defect repair/Updates)Org Process Assets(Stand Guidelines; Communication requirements; Issue/defect procedures; Proecess measurement db; project files; historical results)Project Management Plan UpdatesProject Document Updates

Monitor and Control Project Work (MC)Project Management PlanExpert JudgmentChange RequestsPerformance Reports (feed from Report Performance)(Current status; Accomplishments; Scheduled activities; Forecases; Issues)Project Mangement Plan UpdatesEnterprise Environmental Factors(standards; Company work authorization system; stakeholder risk tolerances; PMIS)Project Document UpdatesOrg Process Assets(Org Communication Requirements; Finacial controls procedures; issue/defect manag procedures; Risk control; process measurement db; lessons learned db)

Perform Integrated Change Control (MC)Project Management PlanExpert JudgmentChange Request Status Updates (whether approved or not)Work Perfromance Information (feed from Direct and Manage Project Execution)Change Control MeetingsProject Management Plan UpdatesChange Requests(feed from all MC processes - 13 of them)Project Document Updates (change control log)Enterprise Environmental FactorsOrganizational Process Assets

Close Project Or Phase (Close)Project Management PlanExpert Judgment (to ensure all project standards are followed)Final Product, Service, or Result TransitionAccepted Deliverables(Feed from Verify Scope)Organizational Process Assets Updates(Project files; Project or phase closure documents; Historical Information)Organization Process Assets

ScopeProject Scope ManagementInputsTools and TechniquesOutputsCollect Requirements (P)Project CharterInterviewsRequirements Documentation(Business need; business&project objective tracebility;Functional requirement (business process);Non functional requirement(compliance,safty); Quality requirement; Acceptance criteria; biz rule; impact to other org areas;support/training; assumption/constraints)

Stakeholder Register(From Identify Stakeholder)Focus GroupsRequirment Management Plan (tracking; metric; prioritization; configuration management, etc) Contract (Done for external customer)Facilitated WorkshopsRequirements Traceability Matrix(with attributes like: id; description of requirements; owner; source; priority; versions; status, etc.)Group Creativity Techniques(Brainstorming; Nominal group; Delphi; Idea/mind mapping; Affinity Diagram)Groupt Decision Making Techniques(Unanimity; Majority; Plurality; Dictatorship)Questionnaires and SurveysObservations (Job Shadowing)Prototypes (tagible and early feedback)

Define Scope (P)Project CharterExpert JudgmentProject Scope Statement(Description; Acceptance criteria; deliverables; exclusions; constraints; assumptions)Requirement DocumentationProduct Analysis(product breakdown; system analysis; requirement analysis; systems engineering; value engineering and value analysis)Project Document Updates(stakeholder register; requirement documentation; requirement tracebility matrix)Organization Process Assets(Standardized Guidelines; Project files from past projects; Historical information/lesson learned; project doc)Alternatives Identification (different approach to perform works)Facilitated Workshops

Create WBS (P)Project Scope StatementDecompositionWBSRequierment DocumentationWBS Dictionary(Id, description, responsible org, milestones, actiities, resources, cost, quality, acceptance criteria, technical reference, contact)Org Process Assets(Stand Guidelines; Communication requirements; Issue/defect procedures; Proecess measurement db; project files; historical results)Scope Baseline(Scope Statement; WBS; WBS dictionary)Project Document Updates

Verify Scope (MC)Project Management PlanInspection (with Customer)Accepted DeliverablesRequirement Documenation(From collect Requirements)Change requests (failed by customer)Requirement Traceability Matrix(From collect Requirements)Project Document Updates (defines product or report status of product completion)Validated Deliverables(From Quality Control)

Control Scope(MC)Project Management PlanVariance Analysis (against scope baseline)Work Performance MeasurementsWork Perfromance Information (feed from Direct and Manage Project Execution)Org Process Assets Updates (Causes/variance; Corrective actions/lessons learned)Requirement Documenation(From collect Requirements)Change Requests (not meeeting the scope baseline)Requirement Traceability Matrix(From collect Requirements)Project Management Plan Updates (scope, schedule baselines update after approved CR)Organizational Process Assets(scope control policy; report method)Project Document Updates (defines product or report status of product completion)

TimeProject Time ManagementInputsTools and TechniquesOutputsDefine Activities(P)Scope BaselineDecompositionActivity ListEnterprise Environement Factors (PMIS)Rolling Wave PlanningActivity AttributesOrganization Process AssetsTemplatesMilestone ListExpert Judgment

Sequence Activities(P)Activity ListPrecedence Diagramming Method (PDM)(logical relationship: FS/FF/SS/SF)Project Schedule Network DiagramsActivity AttributesDependency Determination(Mandatory Dependencies-Hard logic; Discretionary Dependencies-soft, preferred, preferential logic; External dependencies)Project Document UpdatesMilestone ListApplying Leads and LagsProject Scope Statement(Include product chararistics description affect activity sequencing)Schedule Network TemplatesOrg Process Assets (scheduling methodology)

Estimate Activity Resources(P)Activity ListExpert JudgmentActivity Resource Requirements (Types and Quantities)Activity AttributesAlternatives AnalysisResource Breakdown Structure (Resource Category and types)Resource Calendars(When and how long resources will be available during the project)Published Estimating DataProject Document UpdatesEnterprise Environmental FactorBottom-Up EstimatingOrganizational Process AssetsProject Management Software(has the capability to help plan, organize and mange resource pools and develop resource estimates)

Estimate Activity Duration(P)Activity ListExpert JudgmentActivity Duration Estimates (eg 2weeks +- 2 days)Activity AttributesAnalogous Estimating (previous similar project; quick and less costly)Project Document UpdatesActivity Resource Requirements (Types and Quantities)Parametric Estimating (statistical relationship/ historical data and other variables eg. Sq/ft)Resource Calendars (From Develop HR Plan, part of Staffing management Plan)Three-Point Estimates ( PERT with Expected weighted average Te: To+4Tm+Tp)/6 )Project Scope Statement (Assumptions/Constraints)Reserve Analysis (with Contingency Reserves/Time buffers)Enterprise Environment FactorOrganizatonal Process Assets

Develop Schedule(P)Activity ListSchedule Network AnalysisProject Schedule(Milestone chart: show only start or complate dates; Summary bar chart: Hammock activity with work packages; Schedule with logical relationships/network diagram: also called logic bar chart)Activity AttributesCritial Path Method (zero or negative float)Schedule Bseline Project Schedule Network DiagramsCritical Chain Method (resource -constrained critical path adds duration buffers /feeding buffers in non-work schedule activities to manage uncertainty)Schedule DataActivity Resource Requirements (Types and Quantities)Resource Leveling (do it after critical path method to shared limited critial or level over allocated re