PM Tools & Techniques by alphabetic order (as per PMBOK 4th edition)

This mindmap presents the Project Management Process Tools & Techniques . It is 100% based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) Fourth Edition, published by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Its purpose is to help the PMBOK readers to gain a global understanding of these processes by using the friendly navigation feature of a mind map. The interactive nature of mindmaps makes it possible to answer the following questions in just one click of a mouse: - Artefact X i...

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PM Tools & Techniques by alphabetic order (as per PMBOK 4th edition) by Mind Map: PM Tools & Techniques by alphabetic order (as per PMBOK 4th edition)

1. What-If Scenario Analysis

1.1. Develop Schedule

2. Three-Point Estimates

2.1. Estimate Activity Durations

3. Templates

3.1. Define Activities

4. Stakeholder Analysis

4.1. Identify Stakeholders

5. Scheduling Tool

5.1. Develop Schedule

6. Schedule Network Templates

6.1. Sequence Activities

7. Schedule Network Analysis

7.1. Develop Schedule

8. Schedule Compression

8.1. Develop Schedule

9. Rolling Wave Planning

9.1. Define Activities

10. Resource Leveling

10.1. Develop Schedule

11. Reserve Analysis

11.1. Estimate Activity Durations

12. Questionnaires & Surveys

12.1. Collect Requirements

13. Published Estimating Data

13.1. Estimate Activity Resources

14. Prototypes

14.1. Collect Requirements

15. Project Management Software

15.1. Estimate Activity Resources

16. Product Analysis

16.1. Define Scope

17. Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM)

17.1. Sequence Activities

18. Parametric Estimating

18.1. Estimate Activity Durations

19. Observations

19.1. Collect Requirements

20. Interviews

20.1. Collect Requirements

21. Group Decision Making Techniques

21.1. Collect Requirements

22. Group Creativity Techniques

22.1. Collect Requirements

23. Focus Groups

23.1. Collect Requirements

24. Facilitated Workshops

24.1. Collect Requirements

24.2. Define Scope

25. Expert Judgment

25.1. Develop Project Charter

25.2. Identify Stakeholders

25.3. Develop Project Management Plan

25.4. Define Scope

25.5. Define Activities

25.6. Estimate Activity Resources

25.7. Estimate Activity Durations

26. Develop Schedule

27. Dependency Determination

27.1. Sequence Activities

28. Decomposition

28.1. Create WBS

28.2. Define Activities

29. Critical Path Method

29.1. Develop Schedule

30. Critical Chain Method

30.1. Develop Schedule

31. Bottom-up Estimating

31.1. Estimate Activity Resources

32. Applying Leads & Lags

32.1. Sequence Activities

32.2. Develop Schedule

33. Analogous Estimating

33.1. Estimate Activity Durations

34. Alternatives Identification

34.1. Define Scope

35. Alternatives Analysis

35.1. Estimate Activity Resources

36. Suggested links for further study

36.1. PMI

36.2. PM Podcast

36.3. PM Mindmaps

37. Legend

37.1. .

37.1.1. Initiating Process Group

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37.2.1. Planning Process Group

37.3. .

37.3.1. Executing Process Group

37.4. .

37.4.1. Monitoring & Controlling Process Group

37.5. .

37.5.1. Closing Process Group

37.6. .

37.6.1. Project Integration Management

37.7. .

37.7.1. Project Scope Management

37.8. .

37.8.1. Project Time Management

37.9. .

37.9.1. Project Cost Management

37.10. .

37.10.1. Project Quality Management

37.11. .

37.11.1. Project Human Resource Management

37.12. .

37.12.1. Project Communications Management

37.13. .

37.13.1. Project Risk Management

37.14. .

37.14.1. Project Procurement Management

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37.15.1. Process Input

37.16. .

37.16.1. Tools & Techniques

37.17. .

37.17.1. Process Output

38. About this mindmap

38.1. Version

38.1.1. 1.5

38.2. Feedback

38.2.1. 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.

38.3. Future improvements

38.3.1. 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...