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PM Process Mindmaps Please follow the hyperlinks on the right (as per PMBOK 4th edition) by Mind Map: PM Process Mindmaps
Please follow the hyperlinks on the right
(as per PMBOK 4th edition)
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PM Process Mindmaps Please follow the hyperlinks on the right (as per PMBOK 4th edition)

Process Groups

Knowledge Areas

Process Inputs

Tools & Techniques

Process Outputs

Suggested links for further study

PMI

PM Podcast

Legend

Describes the meaning of the icons used throughout this mindmap. Icons are particularly useful to distinguish the various Process Groups and Knowledge Areas.

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Initiating Process Group

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Planning Process Group

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Executing Process Group

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Monitoring & Controlling Process Group

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Closing Process Group

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Project Integration Management

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Project Scope Management

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Project Time Management

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Project Cost Management

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Project Quality Management

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Project Human Resource Management

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Project Communications Management

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Project Risk Management

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Project Procurement Management

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Process Input

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Tools & Techniques

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Process Output

About this mindmap

Version

1.5

Feedback

Email me your feedback, including ideas, comments and critics. If your would like to help me complete this mindmap with additional information, such as terms definitions extracts from the PMBOK, etc., your help will be much appreciated.

Future improvements

The next steps shall be: 1). Complete the inclusion of all process inputs, tools & techniques and process outputs. At this point, only half of the processes are fully documented. 2). Display a complete list of artefacts, display which contains or may contain which, etc. 3). Add definitions extracted from the PMBOK with due references to the book. 4). Decompose quality tools since there are many of these and include sample pictures of the various graphs that could be used. 5). Other ideas for improvement will be most welcome...