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Stakeholder Mgmt

(Ch.13)
PMI PMBOK 5TH EDITION (PROCESS GROUPS VS. KNOWLEDGE AREAS)
Process G. Prof.& Social
Ch.# Initiating Planning Executing Monitor & Control Closing Total
Knowledge A. Resp.**
1 Introduction*

2
Org.Influences & Project
Lifecycle*
3 PM Processes*
M&C Project Work
Develop Project Close Project or
4 Integration Mgmt Charter
Develop Project Mgmt Plan Direct & Manage Project Work Perform Integrated Change
Phase
6
Control
Plan Scope Mgmt
Validate Scope
Collect Requirements
5 Scope Mgmt 6
Define Scope
Control Scope
Create WBS

Plan Schedule Mgmt

Define Activities

Sequence Activities
6 Time Mgmt Control Schedule 7
Estimate Activity Resources

Estimate Activity Durations

Develop Schedule

Plan Cost Mgmt

7 Cost Mgmt Estimate Costs Control Costs 4

Determine Budget

8 Quality Mgmt Plan Quality Mgmt Perform Quality Assurance Quality Control 3

Acquire Project Team

9 HR Mgmt Plan HR Mgmt Develop Project Team 4

Manage Project Team

10 Communications Mgmt Plan Communications Mgmt Manage Communications Control Communications 3

Plan Risk Mgmt

Identify Risks

11 Risk Mgmt Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Control Risks 6

Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

Plan Risk Responses

12 Procurement Mgmt Plan Procurement Mgmt Conduct Procurements Control Procurements Close Procurements 4

Identify Manage Stakeholder Control Stakeholder


13 Stakeholder Mgmt Stakeholders
Plan Stakeholder Mgmt
Engagement Engagement
4

Total 2 24 8 11 2 47
* Not actually considered as Knowledge Areas but included.
** Not actually considered as a Process Group but included.
Identify Stakeholders
Identify Stakeholders (Input)

 Procurement / Bid Documents


 RFQ, RFB, RFP, etc.
 Not always an input to this process, unless it’s an
external project!
 Vendors and Suppliers.
Identify Stakeholders (T & T)

 Stakeholder Analysis (general procedure)

 Identify potential stakeholders with relevant info.

 Analyze potential impact to see whether it’s


supportive or resistant to project success.

 Asses key stakeholders’ reactions to various


situations so you’re ready and know how to deal
with them.
Identify Stakeholders (T & T)
 Stakeholder Analysis
Identify Stakeholders (T & T)
 Power/Interest or Power/Influence Grid

Interest or Influence
Identify Stakeholders (T & T)
 Influence/Impact Grid
Identify Stakeholders (T & T)
 Salience Model
Identify Stakeholders (Output)
 Stakeholder Register
Plan Stakeholder Mgmt
Plan Stakeholder Mgmt (T & T)
 Analytical Techniques
Plan Stakeholder Mgmt
(T & T)
 Analytical Techniques

Current & Desired


Plan Stakeholder Mgmt
(Output)
 Stakeholder Mgmt Plan
 A developed strategy on how to deal with each
stakeholder during the project in accordance
with the information collected in the register and
level of engagement.

Examples!

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Manage Stakeholder Engagement
Manage Stakeholder Engagement
(Input)
 Change Log
Manage Stakeholder Engagement(T & T)
Manage Stakeholder Engagement
(Output)
 Issue Log
Control Stakeholder Engagement
QUIZ (Ch.13)