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Chapter 9 Agile - processing change requests and procurement documents
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what are the key components of the project management plan
Quality management plan
Risk management plan
used during the executing and monitoring and controlling phases
used as a baseline for project progress
what are some common causes of project changes
what is a corrective action
bring the work of the project into alignment with the project management plan
what is a preventative action
are implemented to help reduce the probability of a negative risk event.
what is a defect repair
Defect repairs either correct or replace components that are substandard or are malfunctioning.
what is the change management process
-Identify and document the change request.
-Track requests in the change request log.
-Evaluate the impact and justification of the change.
-Disposition the request at the change control board (CCB) and approve or deny.
-Implement the change.
-Validate the change and perform a quality check.
-Update the project management plan, update the appropriate project documents, and apply version control.
-Coordinate and communicate with the appropriate stakeholders.
identify and document change request
after project management plan is approved, all change requests must be submitted in writing through the change control system
evaluate the impact and justification of change
PM will analyze schedule, budget and resource allocation and presented to the review committee (change control board CCB)
what is the change control board CCB
is established to review all change requests and approve, deny, or defer the request. CCB members might include stakeholders, managers, project team members, and others who might not have any connection to the project at hand.
what is a regression plan
to reverse changes to the project
what is the constraint triangle
budget, scope, time
types of organizational change that impact a project
business process changes
costs to produce the resource
overhead, management and ongoing costs
statement of work SOW
details the goods or services you want to procure. Vendors can appropriately bid on the work
request for information RFI
gathers statistics about goods or services a project needs to procure
request for quotation RFQ
invites supplier to bid on specific products and services
request for proposal RFP
includes submitting the SOW, receiving bids, evaluating responses and making a selection
what is vendor selection criteria
The vendor's understanding of the needs and requirements of the project
Technical ability of the vendor to perform the work of the project
Vendor's experience on projects of similar size and scope
Vendor's project management approach
Financial stability of the vendor's company
Intellectual property rights and proprietary rights
most common method to evaluate vendor proposals
weighted scoring model or system
types of contracts
fixed price - riskiest to the seller
cost reimbursable - riskiest to buyer
time and materials - used for contract staff
statements true about procurement planning
It identifies the goods and services required for a project.
It is a complex process which involves legal department.
agile project management
allows for continuous feedback and utilizes self-organized and self-directed teams
a facilitator and helps to educate others in the Agile process. They assist the product owner in maintaining the backlog, prioritizing work, and defining when the work is done. The Scrum master is a facilitator and not a manager. Project team members do not report to the Scrum master.
responsible for the backlog and communicating with project stakeholders
Agile team members
responsible for completing backlog items. They sign up for tasks based on the priority of the work and their skill sets. They establish estimates for the work and take on enough tasks to fill the sprint period. Agile teams are self-directed, self-organized, and self-managed.
-time-bound period of work
-starts with a sprint planning meeting
-team chooses items from backlog items (user stories) (list of functional and nonfunctional requirements for project
-backlog is reviewed at the beginning of each new sprint or changes to requirements
burn down chart
shows the remaining work effort for the spring - time period on horizontal axis, backlog items on vertical axis
meeting with the team members, Scrum master, and product owner is held to determine the following:
Work that was completed
Work that was planned but not completed
Work that needs to carry over into the next sprint
To review lessons learned to determine how the next sprint, and future sprints, can be improved
an approach where each phase of the project is completed in its entirety before moving to the next phase
Projects in Controlled Environments version 2, and it incorporates quality management into the project management processes. It is a comprehensive methodology and is supported by the UK government. It's a methodology that tends to divide projects into multiple stages
what is a backlog
a backlog is a list of work that's prioritized by the product owner, but team members choose the backlog items to work on.
Backlogs are used in an Agile methodology, and team members choose backlog items at the sprint planning meeting
types of organizational change that can have a significant impact on a project
outsourcing, relocation, split, acquisition
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