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Terms Name the PROCESSES (6) associated with the PROJECT INTEGRATION MANAGEMENT knowledge area Definitions 1. Develop Project Charter 2. Develop Project Management Plan 3. Direct and Manage Project Work 4. Monitor and Control Project Work 5. Perform Integrated Change Control 6. Close Project or Phase Project Integration Management is the knowledge area that includes all the processes and activities needed to identify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the various processes and project management activities within the Project Management Process Groups A Project Integration Management PROCESS that formally authorizes the existence of a project and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities. 1. Project Statement of Work 2. Business Case 3. Agreements 4. Enterprise Environmental Factors 5. Organizational Process Assets Statement of Work A input into the Develop Project Charter Process, the statement of work is a narrative description of products or services to be delivered by the project (p75) A input into the Develop Project Charter Process that provides the necessary information from a business standpoint to determine whether a project is worth the required investment. Uses the business need and cost/benefit analysis to JUSTIFY the project (p75) Are used to define initial intentions for a project. May take the form of contracts memorandums of understanding, service level agreements, letter of agreements, letters of intent, verbal agreements, email or other written agreements. Typically a contract is used. A input into the Develop Project Charter Process any or all external environmental factors and internal organizational environmental factors that surround or influence the project success - Marketplace conditions -Organizational culture and structure -Governmental standards, industry standards or regulations A input into the Develop Project Charter Process any or all process related assets, from any or all of the organizations involved in the project that can be used to influence the Develop project charter - Standard processes, policies -Templates -Historical information and lessons learned knowledge base - Expert Judgment
What is the purpose of the Project Integration Management
What is Develop Project Charter
Name the Develop Project Charter Process inputs (5)
SOW Project Statement of Work
Enterprise Environmental Factors
Organizational Process Assets
Name the tools/techniques (2)
authorizers of charter A Project Integration Management PROCESS of defining preparing and coordinating all subsidiary plans and integrating them into a comprehensive project management plan. Documents the needs. authority Name and authority of the sponsor. and the new product. etc. knowledge area . monitored and controlled. customer’s needs and high-level requirements. Purpose Objectives High level project requirements Assumptions and constraints High level project description of boundaries High level risks Summary milestones schedule Summary of budget Stakeholder list Project approval requirements Assigned project manager. Project Charter What information can found in the Project Charter Develop Project Management Plan Project Management Plan What are the inputs of the Develop Project Management Plan Process What are the tools and techniques involved with the Develop Project Management Plan Process What are the outputs of the Develop Project Management Plan Process Direct and Manage Project Execution Process formally authorizes the existence of a project and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities. service or result that is intended to satisfy as such. responsibility. and closed (p78) Project Charter Outputs from Planning Process Enterprise Environmental Factors Organizational Process Assets (p78) Expert judgement (p78) Project Management Plan (p78) Corrective Action Preventive Action Defect Repair A Project Integration Management PROCESS of leading and performing the work defined in the project management plan and implementing approved changes to achieve the project's objectives (p83) Documented direction for executing the project work to bring expected future performance of project work in line with project management plan (p83) A document direction to perform an activity that can reduce the probability negative consequences associated with project risk (p83) The formally documented identification of a defect in a project .Facilitation techniques: brainstorming. industry as appropriate for the activity being performed (Glossary) . meeting management. constraints.involved with the Develop Project Charter Process Name the outputs (1) involved with the Develop Project Charter Process Project Charter Judgment provided based upon expertise in an application area. discipline. assumptions. conflict resolution. defines how the project is executed.
and reporting project progress against the performance objectives defined in the project management plan. or capability to perform a service that must be produced to complete a process. Collecting. and problems. milestones.Name the inputs (4) of the Direct and Manage Project Execution Process Name the tools/techniques (2) of the Direct and Manage Project Execution Process Name the outputs (5) of the Direct and Manage Project Execution Process component with a recommendation to either repair the defect or completely replace the component (p83) 1 Project Management Plan 2 Approved Change Request 3 Enterprise Environmental Factors 4 Organizational Process Assets (p84) 1 Expert Judgement 2 Project Management Information System (p84) 1 Deliverables 2 Work Performance information 3 Change Request 4 Project Management Plan Updates 5 Project Documents Updates the documented. measuring. processes. accomplishments. plans etc. or revise schedules (Glossary) Changes to formally controlled documentation. policies. modify. or project (p87) Information from project activities is routinely collected as the project progresses (p87) request to expand or reduce the project scope. and assessing measurements and trends to effect process improvements (p89) Determining corrective or preventative actions or re planning and following up on action plans to determine if the actions taken resolved the performance issue (p89) 1 Project Management Plan 2 Performance Reports 3 Enterprise Environmental Factors 4 Organizational Process Assets Expert Judgment Approved Change Request Project Management Information System Deliverables Work Performance Information Change Requests Updates Monitor and Control Project Work Monitoring Controlling What are the inputs (4) in the Monitor and Control Project Work Process What are the tools/techniques (1) of the Monitor and Control Project Work Process What are the outputs (3) of the Monitor and Control Project Work Process Performance Report Perform Integrated Change Control 1 Change Request 2 Project Management Plan Updates 3 Project Document Updates prepared by the project team this report details activities. modify costs or budgets. authorized changes to expand or reduce project scope (p85) an automated tool suite (p87) any unique and verifiable product. or procedures. result .. reviewing. and managing changes to . and distributing performance information. phase. (p90) the Project Integration Management Process of reviewing all change request. to reflect modified or additional ideas or content (p88) The project integration management process of tracking. approving changes. plans. identified issues.
and accountability is maintained (p95) the configuration management activity that involves the recording and reporting of information as to when appropriate data about the configuration item should be provided. (p95) the configuration management activity that ensures the composition of a projects configuration items is correct and that corresponding changes are registered. products and documents are labeled. tracked. 1 Project Management Plan 2 Accepted deliverables 3 Organizational Process Assets (p100) Expert Judgement (p100) What are the inputs (3) of the Close Project or Phase Process What are the tools/techniques (1) of the Close Project to Phase Process What are the outputs (2) of the 1 Final product. the project management plan and communicating their disposition. changes are managed. documenting. organizations process assets. and controlling changes to the project and the product baselines (p94) the configuration management activity that involves the selection and identification of a configuration item and provides the basis for which project configuration is defined and verified. services. project documents. assessed. approved.CCB Configuration Control Change Control Configuration Identification Configuration Status Accounting Configuration Verification and Audit What are the inputs (5) of the Perform Integrated Change Control Process What are the tools/techniques (2) of the Perform Integrated Change Control Process What are the outputs of the Perform Integrated Change Control Process Close Project or Phase the deliverables. Change Control Board (p94) focused on the specification of both the deliverables and the processes (p94) focused on identifying. and correctly implemented (p95) 1 Project Management Plan 2 Work Performance Information 3 Change Requests 4 Enterprise Environmental Factors 5 Organizational Process Assets (p95) 1 Expert Judgment 2 Change Control Meetings (p95) 1 Change request status updates 2 Project management plan updates 3 Project document updates(p95) the Project Integration Management Process that involves the finalizing of all activities across all of the Project Management Process Groups to formally complete the phase or project. or results transition Close Project or Phase Process 2 Organizational Process Assets Updates (p100) deliverables that have been accepted through the Verify Scope Accepted Deliverables Process (p100) .
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