PMP training options

  PMP training options   Hi Everybody … When i planed to get PMP training i am facing many issues that i need to discuss with you . Cost , Time and where ??! First , Cost : after long search i found online training is the best choice . Secound , Time : By online training you can select suitable time for you , So you cam make your own plan accordingly . Third , Where , You should search for official website who can provide you online training and 35 Hr training Note : Online courses must end Read More …




Control Scope Process

Control Scope Process

Control Scope Process     • Process of monitoring the status of the project and product scope and managing changes to the scope baseline. • Measuring project and product scope performance and managing scope baseline changes. • To control scope: – Scope definition must be clear – Work must be completed   Steps for Control Scope Process: 1. Measure performance against scope baseline 2. Determine magnitude of variances 3. Decide whether corrective/preventive action is needed 4. Updates to scope baseline, project management plan or project documents 5. Impact of changes should be evaluated  




Validate Scope Process

Validate Scope on the PMP Certification

Validate Scope Process   • Process of formalizing acceptance of the completed project deliverables. • Frequent, planned-in meetings with customer or sponsor to gain formal acceptance of deliverables during Monitoring & Controlling process group. Inputs: • Work must be completed and there should be “validated deliverables”. • Approved scope (scope baseline) • Requirements traceability matrix to show that requirements were achieved with the validated deliverable. • Helps to show customer that project is on track • Helps to find changes/issues during project rather than at the end. • The customer either accepts the deliverable or makes a change request. Outputs: Read More …




Create Work Breakdown Structure ( WBS ) Process

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Create Work Breakdown Structure ( WBS ) Process   • Process of subdividing project deliverables and project work into smaller, more manageable components. • WBS provides a structured vision of what has to be delivered. • WBS helps to better understand the project. • WBS shows hierarchy of deliverables. • WBS can be organized by phases or major deliverables. • Work packages consists of “nouns” instead of actions.   Rules for Creating WBS: • WBS is created with the help of the team. • Each level of the WBS is smaller piece of the level above. • Some levels will Read More …




Define Scope Process

Define Scope Process • Primarily concerns what is and is not included in project and its deliverables. • Uses the following to define project and product scope. – requirements documentation created in Collect Requirements process – project charter – any information about risks, assumptions and constraints Product Analysis: • To analyze the objectives and description of product stated by customer or sponsor and turn them to tangible deliverables. Project Scope Statement: • Primary output of Define Scope process. • Tells what will be done in the project. • Scope Baseline is part of Project Management plan. Project Scope Statement Includes: Read More …




Collect Requirements Process

Collect Requirements Process   • Requirements are what stakeholders need from a project or product. – “System should take backup at 2.00-2.15 am” – “1000 concurrent users should be able to operate” – “Entry screen should be loaded in 2 seconds”. • High-level requirements are defined in project charter. • Collect Requirements process involves more specific inputs.   Tools & Techniques for Collecting Requirements: 1. Interviewing (meeting, mail, phone call) – Project Manager interviews the stakeholder to get requirements 2. Focus Groups – Used to get a specific set of stakeholders’ requirements 3. Facilitated Workshops – Brings stakeholders with different Read More …




Plan Scope Management Process

Plan Scope Management Process • Process of creating a scope management plan that documents how the project scope will be defined, validated, and controlled. • Output of the process: Scope Management Plan & Requirements Management Plan • Scope Management Plan describes how the scope will be defined, developed, monitored, controlled and verified. • Scope Management Plan is part of project management plan • Scope management plan is a major input to Develop •Project Management Plan (Integration Management) Scope Management Plan Includes processes: • For preparing a detailed project scope statement • That enables the creation of WBS • That establishes how Read More …




Product & Project Scope

Product & Project Scope     • Product Scope: Requirements that relate to the product of project. Answer of “what end result is wanted?” • Project Scope:Work the project will do to deliver product scope or product of the project. • Project: Building a new train station • Product Scope: Deliver a new train station with 4 rail lanes, 3000 passengers/day, 2 waiting lounges…etc. • Project Scope: Works to be done to build new station (planning, coordination, and management activities).