Acquire Resources

Acquire Resources (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Close Project or Phase

Close Project or Phase Close Project or Phase This is the process of finalizing all activities across all the project management process groups to formally complete the project or phase The project manager needs to ensure that the following activities are completed before a project is declared as closed. Obtain final acceptance of the project…

Collect Requirements

Collect Requirements Collect Requirements In this process assigned person(s) needs to collect requirements from the stakeholders. All functional, non-functional, technical, system, quality requirements are collected and documented. All those documents where requirements are documented are collectively called . Depending on the availability of the stakeholders, technical nature of the project, clarity of scope and requirements,…

Conduct Procurements

Conduct Procurements (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Control Costs

Control Cost (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Control Quality

Quality Control (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Control Resources

Control Resources (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Control Schedule

Control Schedule Once the deliverables and schedule have been promised to the stakeholders. The project team should be committed to complete the planned activities as per the schedule. Monitor the actual time taken to complete the activities, measure the schedule variation if any, compare the variation against the allowed limit, analyze the reasons for variation….

Control Scope

Control Scope Control scope is a monitoring and controlling process. In any project especially large, complex, long duration, distributed team project it is possible that changes will go out of control. If the project management team is not able to manage and control the changes then no matter how good your project resources are you…

Create WBS

Create WBS A WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) is an extremely important document of any project. This document helps customers, management, and project manager in knowing the overall progress of the project. In the absence of WBS, it is not possible to report the project progress like how much work has been done, how much money…

Define Activities

Define Activities When you know what needs to be delivered and the customer agrees about the problem and proposed solution then you should make a detailed execution plan. The first step in this journey of making a detailed execution plan is to list the activities and define the activities which need to be done to…

Define Scope

Define Scope Define Scope In this process, the technical team analyzes the requirements from the solution perspective. They need to come up with a clear and unambiguous list of deliverables, acceptance criteria, solution, design, and the architecture of the final system. What is possible or not possible, discussing and negotiating solutions with technical team and…

Determine Budget

Determine Budget This the process we roll-up the activity cost estimates to milestone level. At this stage, we know how much money is required to achieve which milestone, in the project lifecycle when that money will be required? How the money will be realized (the source)? Budget negotiation for funding requirements against funding available happens…

Develop Project Charter

Develop Project Charter

Develop Project Charter Develop Project Charter process is performed by the . This process is the first process to kick start any project. The primary output of this process is Project Charter. Through this document, the formally authorizes a project manager to apply organizational resources for the success of the project or project phase, whatever…

Develop Project Management Plan

Develop Project Management Plan

Develop Project Management Plan The process of defining, preparing, and coordinating all subsidiary plans and integrating them into a comprehensive project management plan. A project Management Plan includes Plans (Subsidiary) from 9 Knowledge Area (Requirements management plan, Process improvement plan, Change management plan, Configuration management plan, etc) All Baselines (Scope baseline, Schedule baseline, Cost baseline)…

Develop Schedule

Develop Schedule Develop Schedule is the last planning process of time management knowledge area. So it is the final stage of schedule development. The only purpose of this process is to make a project schedule that is doable and acceptable to all the relevant stakeholders. Thus schedule baseline is the output of this process. But…

Develop Team

Develop Team (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Direct and Manage Project Work

Direct and Manage Project Work Direct and Manage Project Work The process of leading and performing the Work defined in the project management plan and implementing approved change requests to achieve the project’s objectives. Following activities need to be performed under this process. Perform activities planned to accomplish project’s objective Create project deliverables Staff, train…

Estimate Activity Durations

Estimate Activity Durations Estimating the time required (in hours, days, or weeks). It is suggested that you estimate duration in productive hours. If you are estimating in days or weeks then you should not include non-productive hours, weekly offs, availability of more people to complete the work earlier. For example, to fix a door in…

Estimate Activity Resources

Estimate Activity Resources Estimating the type and number of resources required to perform the identified activities. You may be thinking that why the sequence activities process is earlier than this process. From our experience, we know that the activity’s sequence impacts the type and number of resources required. If two activities A & B, which…

Estimate Costs

Estimate Costs This is the second process of the cost management knowledge area. The process of developing an approximation of the monetary resources needed to complete the project activities. Following activities should be done as a part of this process. The cost of every activity is estimated by adding the cost of all the resources…

Identify Risks

Identify Risks (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Identify Stakeholders

Identify Stakeholders (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Manage Communications

Manage Communications (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Manage Project Knowledge

Manage Project Knowledge We know the OPA (Organizational Process Assets) of the organizations contains precious knowledge but the problem is how to use that knowledge that is lying on some servers? Manage Project Knowledge process enables that knowledge so that it is easily able to the project team. You may have noticed that somebody creates…

Manage Quality

Manage Quality (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Manage Team

Manage Team (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Monitor and Control Project Work

Monitor and Control Project Work

Monitor and Control Project Work Monitor and Control Project Work How the management or customer or you will come to know that whether the project is going as per the approved plan? The only way is to monitor the progress against the plan. Where is the plan for monitoring? In the project management plan! The…

Monitor Communications

Monitor Communications (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Monitor Risks

  Monitor Risks (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Perform Integrated Change Control

Perform Integrated Change Control

Perform Integrated Change Control Perform Integrated Change Control A project exists to address the change. Project Management is influenced heavily by change management. It is almost impossible to complete a project successfully without taking a change request. But if you do not control the changes in a systematic way, then you will never to able…

Plan Cost Management

Plan Cost Management Plan cost management is the first process of the cost management knowledge area. This process documents the answer to the following questions. How the estimation of the planned activities will be performed? How the budget will be prepared? What are the different types of costs that should be part of the cost…

Plan Risk Management

Plan Risk Management (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Plan Risk Responses

Plan Risk Responses (Process Summary) This table is based on PMBOK 6th Edition of PMI Inputs Tools & Techniques Outputs PMBOK 6th Edition Process Summary Table

Plan Schedule Management

Plan Schedule Management Plan schedule management is the first process of the Time Management Knowledge Area. In this process, you need to prepare a plan which will help you in preparing and managing the schedule. The output of this process is . The schedule management plan describes how, who, when, tools, metrics of schedule planning,…

Plan Scope Management

Plan Scope Management Plan scope management is the first process of the Scope Management Knowledge Area. In this process, you need to prepare a plan which will help you managing scope and requirements. The output of this process are & . describes how, who, when, tool, metrics of scope planning, and scope control. describes how,…

Sequence Activities

Sequence Activities After listing all the activities and identifying we should sequence the activities based on their attributes and make a dependency diagram of project activities. This is called . This is one of the cores of the project’s success. If you do not put dependencies correctly or define dependencies based on assumptions or out…

Validate Scope

Validate Scope Validate Scope process comes in picture when project’s output is shown to the customer or end-user. In this process, a customer validates the requirement against the baseline and his/her need. Sometimes even if the feature displayed to the customer is part of the scope baseline but that does not meet the need of…