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Waterfall (used by construction, plans)
Project and/or Programs and/or operations
limitation (scope, schedule, budget)
project- to get where we are trying to go
responsable for everything in the project
balanced power, 2 bosses (assume)
Skill (gives direction)
by Job Type (1 boss)
a "thing" requiring a series of steps
1 boss org structure
historic knowledge of internal processes/procedures
Directing People, dealing with things
Expert Power-how obtained
Earned (is one of the best power)
Reward Power- good?bad?
good, one of the best other than earned
"Approved"- the place we measure from
Product Control (specification)
Preventative Action (in Integration)
Categorized as Change Request (in Integration)
Change Control Board
Approves/Denies Change Requests (do not HAVE to have-requirements outlined in PMplan)
Work Performance Data (lowest level, un analyzed)
Actual vs. Planned (from baseline)
Manage Knowledge (collecting and making available)
Working documents (not in PMplan!)
Unverified but believed (to fill in the gaps- forward progress)
Manage Project Knowledge
PMplan (continually refined)
Right people, right work, right time
Authorizes the PM and Project
"accepted" to close, product, "the house"
What ONE process area produces the "deliverable"?
"Direct and Manage"
Overall state report
Ground Rules established in which process?
Influence/Impact Grid (or quadrant) does what process
Identifies Stakeholder (and classifies)
Key Objective (can be through communication)
Output of "Identify Stakeholder" process
research SH Power/Impact/Reactions
Stakeholder strategy goes in...
the SH Plan
What does the Sponsor give the PM?
Meeting (2 way flow)
Moving the team to 1 location (always best choice for team betterment)
Formal Written/Informal Written/Formal Verbal/ Informal Verbal
n(n-1)/2 n=# of ppl
Voice Inflections (body language)
Para-Lingual (tone, manner of speaking)
Output: Memos, Reports, etc. (all the things that are sent out as communications)
Presentation, Speech (1 way communication)
Cultural Differences create (in communication)
EEFs Updates (as output)
Only in Resource KA
Hierarchy of needs (get team to next level)
Weighted score cards
Phases of team development
High Performance Team (Tuckman: storm, ect)
McGregor's X and Y theory (x and y faces)
Team expectations, rules of the office
Estimate Activity Resources
Highest source of conflicts on team
define strengths and weaknesses
When is Team Assessment done?
During "Develop Team" process
number and type of resource needed (people and things)
good worker will be good manager
Self organized teams-- what life cycle
Agile life cycle has this type of team
Where are exclusions documented in scope?
Scope Statement Contains
Placeholder in WBS
Description of Deliverable (the PROJECT AND PRODUCT)
During "Collect Requirements" process
Comparing ourselves to outside organizations
Technique used during "Collect Requirements"
Subdivide the project
Official Sign off. Happens in "Validate Scope" process.
Communication Tool (in relation to Scope)
WBS- can be used to help people understand scope
Actual vs. Plan
Product and Project. Same or different?
Different. Come together in scope statement
Breaking down project into pieces of work. Smallest piece is a "work package"
What WORK the PROJECT will accomplish
Accounting "bucket"- may be present in WBS
Review of deliverable
In what process is Inspection the #1 T&T
No control (scope)
Putting like together (like the grocery store). Used in "Collect Requirements" process.
Linking requirements to objectives. Output in "Collect Requirements" process.
further explains any level in WBS. More important in work package item.
Scope Baseline (3 parts)
1. Statement 2. WBS 3. Dictionary
Code of Account
a coding scheme for each of boxes in WBS (1.1, 1.4 etc)
head start/ overlap
finish to start
CPM intersection (backwards path)
significant event (sponsor execs like to see)
willgleroom before an activity affests the next
crashing or fast track
double time, not visible, PMI says NOOOOOO
length of releases
iterations/agile (documented in schedule plan)
put things in parallel (introduces risk)
Activity on arrow, activity on line (diagramming method)
workday shifts etc.
what is the goal of schedule compression?
reduce time. Could do as part of planning or as a mitigation plan.
Fist to Five
Poling method (quick voting)
Estimating, very slow, but accurate
estimating, fast, not super accurate
Cost variance= EV-AC
One cost, one time (buy a hammer)
Earned Value Analysis (measuring baseline to actual)
The cost baseline + management reserve
Index less than 1
GOOD! Ahead of schedule, Under Budget
Scope, Cost, Schedule
Operational Cost (Indirect cost!)
Rough order of Magnitude
BIG variance (-25% to +100%)
Life Cycle Costs
for risks, included in scope baseline
What process gives us Cost Baseline?
How does Funding Limit affect project?
Change when you do things (schedule)
tornado diagram (in quantitative)
risk bar chart
shows impact and probability
gives categories of risk
can be individual and overall
EMV (in risk)
expected monetary value- (impact * probability= EMV)
opposed to risk
you can purchase insurance
what risk strategy is for purchasing insurance
Transfer (risk strategy)
"what if" simulations, gives confidence level for outcome
assumptions (in risk)
assume it's true w/o proof; should be in the assumption log; attached to a registered risk
remaining risk after response plan has been enaceted
a new risk created by implementing response plan
decision trees used (quant or qual)
Q&A w/ buyers and sellers (everyone gets the same information-transparency)
Cost Plus Incentive fee (CPIF) based on performance criteria
preferred vender (no bidding-OPA informs decision)
in close procurement (done by contract manager)
contract terms not met
cost reimbursable (who bears risk?)
type of contract (the buyer- responsable for paying everything)
CCOLA- requirements of a contract
Consideration, Capacity, Offer, Legal, Acceptance
specific to a contract (usually legal is involved)
confirming deliverable (happens in Control Procurement process)
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