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PMBOK®5 Guide study guide mind map by Mind Map: PMBOK®5 Guide study guide mind map
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PMBOK®5 Guide study guide mind map

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Processes Techniques (97)

Additional quality planning tools

Alternatives analysis

Alternatives generation

Analogous estimating

Analytical techniques

Approved change requests review

Assumption analysis

Benchmarking

Bottom-up estimating

Change control meetings

Change control tools

Checklist analysis

Claims administration

Communication methods

Communication models

Communication requirements analysis

Communication technology

Context diagrams

Contingent response strategies

Contract change control system

Cost aggregation

Cost of Quality (CoQ)

Cost-benefit analysis

Crashing

Critical chain method

Critical path method

Data gathering and representation techniques

Decomposition

Dependency determination

Design of experiments

Diagramming techniques

Document analysis

Documentation reviews

EVM

Expert Judgment

Facilitated workshops

Facilitation techniques

Fast tracking

Focus groups

Funding limit reconciliation

Group creativity techniques

Group decision making techniques

Historical relationships

Information gathering techniques

Inspection

Inspection and audits

Interviews

Leads and lags

Make-or-buy analysis

Market research

Meetings

Modeling techniques

Networking

Observations

Organization charts and position descriptions

Organizational theory

Parametric Estimating

Payment systems

Performance reporting

Post-mortem analysis

Precedence diagramming method (PDM)

Probability and impact matrix

Procurement audits

Procurement negotiations

Procurement performance reviews

Product analysis

Project management information system

Project management software

Prototypes

Published estimating data

Quantitative risk analysis and modeling techniques

Questionnaires and surveys

Records management system

Reserve Analysis

Resource optimization techniques

Responsibility assignment matrix (RAM)

Risk audits

Risk categorization

Risk data quality assessment

Risk probability and impact assessment

Risk reassessment

Risk urgency assessment

Rolling wave planning

SWOT analysis

Schedule compression

Schedule network analysis

Scheduling tool

Seven basic quality tools

Stakeholder analysis

Statistical sampling

Strategies for negative risks or threats

Strategies for positive risks or opportunities

Technical performance measurement

Three-Point Estimating

Variance analysis

Variance and trend analysis

Vendor bid analysis

Project stakeholders (10)

Business pertner

Customer

Functional manager

Organizational group

Other stakeholders

Project initiator

Project manager

Seller

Sponsor

User

Project team (7)

Project management staff

Project staff

Supporting experts

User or Customer representative

Seller

Business partner

Change Control Board (CCB)

Project Products (for simplicity documentation) TO DO

Project Charter

It is created during the Develop Project Charter It is created based on some need, and it should explain that need It is signed by the performing organization's senior management It names the project manager and gives him the authority to spend money and to allocate resources It should include the high-level project requirements It should include a  high-level milestone view of the project schedule It is a high-level document that does not include project details, the specifics of project activities will be developed later. It includes a sumary-level preliminary project budget.

Project Management Plan

Project Management Plan Definition: "a firmal, approved document that defines how the project is managed, execured, and controlled. It may be summary or detaild and may be composed of one or more subsidiary management plans and other planning documents." The Project Management Plan has 16 component plans, fused together. It is not 16 separate plans, it is a single document. Once those separate documents are approved as the project plan, they become a single document. You may think of as chapters in the overall Project Management Plan. Most of its components are developed in other processes. It specifies the who, what, when, and how. The Develop Project Management Plan is not developed all at once. This plan is progressively elaborated, meaning that it is developed, refined, revised and updated.

Stakeholder Register

Risk Register

Requirements Documentation

Processes Outputs (95)

Accepted deliverables

Activity attributes

Activity costs estimates

Activity duration estimates

Activity list

Activity resource requirements

Approved change requests

Basis of estimates

Change log

Change requests

Close procurements

Communications management plan

Cost baseline

Cost management plan

Deliverables

Final product, service or result transition

Human resource plan

Make-or-buy decisions

Milestone list

Organizational process assets updates

Process improvement plan

Procurement documents

Procurement management plan

Procurement statements of work

Project calendars

Project document updates

Project funding requirements

Project management plan

Project management plan updates

Project schedule

Project schedule network diagrams

Project scope statement

Quality checklists

Quality control measurements

Quality management plan

Quality metrics

Requirements documentation

Requirements management plan

Requirements traceability matrix

Resource Breakdown Structure (RBS)

Risk management plan

Risk register

Schedule data

Schedule management plan

Scope baseline

Scope management plan

Source selection criteria

Stakeholder register

Validated changes

Validated deliverables

Work Performance Data (WPD)

Work Performance Information (WPI)

Work Performance Measurements (WPM)

Work Performance Reports (WPR)

Processes (47)

Processes (47) are categorized in process groups (5)

Initiating

Planning

Executing

Monitoring and Controlling

Closing

Processes Inputs (52)

Accepted deliverables

Activity attributes

Activity cost estimates

Activity duration estimates

Activity list

Activity resource requirements

Agreements

Approved change requests

Basis of estimates

Business case

Change requests

Cost forecasts

Cost management plan

Deliverables

Enterprise environmental factors

Human resource management plan

Issue log

Milestone list

Organizational process assets

Outputs from other processes

Procurement documents

Project charter

Project communications

Project documents

Project management plan

Project schedule

Project schedule network diagrams

Project scope statement

Project staff assignments

Project statement of work

Quality checklists

Quality management plan

Quality metrics

Requirements documentation

Requirements management plan

Requirements traceability matrix

Resource Breakdown Structure (RBS)

Resource calendars

Risk management plan

Risk register

Schedule forecasts

Schedule management plan

Scope baseline

Scope estimate

Scope management plan

Stakeholder management plan

Stakeholder register

Validated changes

Verified deliverables

Work Performance Data (WPD)

Work Performance Information (WPI)

Work Performance Reports (WPR)

Process Groups (5)

Initiating

Planning

Executing

Monitoring and Controlling

Closing

Basic PM Definitions

Agreements

Change request

Common causes of variance

Communication exchange model

Costs associated with quality

Critical path

Failure costs

Formula to calculate the lines of communication.

Key performance indicators (KPIs)

Logical relationship

Management reserve

Matrix organizations

Phase gate approvals

Program

Project management office (PMO)

RFI, RFP, RFQ, and RFB (or IFB)

Risk

Scope creep

Starvation

Statement of work (SOW)

Traits that define a project

WBS

WBS dictionary

Interactive PMBOK® 5 Guide glossary

Interactive PMBOK® 5 Guide glossary

PMI-PMP Exam

Rita's Process Game [UNOFFICIAL] v1.2

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PMBOK® Guide - A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) is a book which presents a set of standard terminology and guidelines for project management.

PMBOK® Guide v1 was published in 1996.

PMBOK® Guide v2 was published in 2000.

PMBOK® Guide v3 was published in 2004.

PMBOK® Guide v4 was published in 2008.

PMBOK® Guide v5 was published in 2013.