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1. =========BASE========= Project Integration Management

1.1. Coordinates all the knowledge areas, planning, execution,

1.2. Is NOT software integration

1.3. Main Deliverables

1.3.1. Project Charter

1.3.2. Project Managment Plan, project documents, accepted deliverables, business documents

1.3.3. Project Closing

1.4. Objectives from SWOT analysis

1.5. Strategies for planning and project selection

1.5.1. Broad Org Needs

1.5.2. Project's Impetus

1.5.3. Time window

1.5.4. Priority

1.5.5. NPV

1.5.6. Weighted Scoring Model

2. Project Scope Management

2.1. The work involved, the processes used to create the product, what is work and what isnt work

2.2. Main Deliverables

2.2.1. Scope management plans

2.2.1.1. Scope management plan, requirements management plan

2.2.2. Collecting requriements

2.2.2.1. Qualitative/Quantitative data collection

2.2.3. Defining scope

2.2.3.1. Scope statement

2.2.4. Creating the WBS/Dictionary

2.2.5. Validating scope

2.2.6. Controlling scope

2.2.6.1. Scope control plans

3. Project Stakeholder Management

3.1. Understanding stakeholders is very important

3.2. Deliverables

3.2.1. Identifying Stakeholders

3.2.1.1. internal and external, stakeholder register, power matrix, engagement levels

3.2.2. Planning stakeholder management

3.2.2.1. contains sensitive info, should not be in official documents, is only described to those on a need to know basis

3.2.3. Managing stakeholder engagement

3.2.3.1. Project success is often measured in terms of customer/ sponsor satisfaction

3.2.3.2. expectations management matrix

3.2.4. Monitoring stakeholder engagement

4. Project Schedule Management

4.1. allocation of dates/times for the start and end of each activity/task

4.1.1. previously:

4.1.1.1. worked out a method of doing the project

4.1.1.2. identified the tasks to be carried

4.1.1.3. assessed the time needed to do each task

4.2. Deliverables

4.2.1. Milestone reports

4.2.2. Activities

4.2.2.1. Identifying activities by an activity-based-approach or a product-based-approach or hybrid-approach

4.2.2.2. Estimating activity durations

4.2.3. Activity networks/diagrams

4.2.3.1. Lagged activities

4.2.3.2. Forward and Backward passes

4.2.3.3. Critical Path Method

5. Project Risk Management

5.1. RIsk: possible future problems. Possible cause and its effect(s)

5.2. Main deliverables

5.2.1. 1.Risk Identification

5.2.1.1. Actors, Structure, Technology, Tasks

5.2.1.2. What risks might there be? chekclists, brainstorming, casual mapping

5.2.2. 2.Risk analysis

5.2.2.1. Prioritisation

5.2.2.2. Risk pooling

5.2.2.3. Probabilities, impact matrix

5.2.2.4. Risk exposure

5.2.2.5. PERT Analysis

5.2.3. 3.RIsk planning

5.2.3.1. acceptance, avoidance, reduction, transfer, mitigation/contingency measures

5.2.3.2. Risk reduction leverage

5.2.3.3. Critical chain identification

5.2.4. 4.RIsk monitoring

6. Project Procurement Management

6.1. Contracts

6.1.1. Fixed price contracts

6.1.2. Time and materials contracts

6.1.3. Fixed price per delivered unit

6.1.4. open, restricted, tendering

6.2. Software from external supplier

6.3. Goods, Services, Licenses

6.4. Contract placement stages

6.4.1. 1. Requirement analysis

6.4.1.1. Functional and Non-functional

6.4.2. 2. Evaluation plan

6.4.2.1. Reading proposals, Interviews, Demonstrations, Site Visits, Practical Tests

6.4.3. 3. Invitation to tender (ITT)

6.4.3.1. A bidder is making an offer in response to ITT

6.4.4. 4. Evaluation of proposals

6.4.4.1. i.e Payment arrangements, Timetable, Goods and services to be supplied

7. Project Cost and Effort Management

7.1. What is cost: a resource sacrificed to achieve a specific objective

7.2. Main deliverables

7.2.1. Planning cost management

7.2.1.1. policies and procedures, documents that will be used for planning, execuring and controlling project cost

7.2.2. Estimating costs

7.2.2.1. Information about past projects

7.2.2.2. Measures of the amount of work involved (lines of code)

7.2.2.2.1. Bottom-up

7.2.2.2.2. Parametric (top down)

7.2.2.2.3. Expert opinion

7.2.2.2.4. Analogy

7.2.3. Determining the budget

7.2.3.1. allocating the overall cost estimate to individual work items to establish a baseline for measuring performance

7.2.4. Controlling costs

7.2.4.1. Controlling changes to the project budget

8. Project Resource Management

8.1. most important asset: people

8.2. what motivators should managers focus on?

8.3. Making the most effective use of the people invlved with a project

8.4. Main Deliverables

8.4.1. Planning human resource management

8.4.2. Acquiring the project team

8.4.3. Developing the project team

8.4.4. Managing the project team

9. Project Quality Management