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PMI-HNL PDD 2012 Joslyn Sato, PMP © Sato, 2012. Justified True Belief A capacity to understand, explain, and fit things together into the bigger picture.

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1 PMI-HNL PDD 2012 Joslyn Sato, PMP © Sato, 2012

2 Justified True Belief A capacity to understand, explain, and fit things together into the bigger picture Not a possession of information or facts Can include reason, language, experience Knowledge & Project Management © Sato, 2012

3 Development Opportunities & Challenges DevelopmentOpportunityChallenge Experience Tests Application of Knowing May not apply to future situations Research & Theory Validated and Tested Understanding the basis of findings Knowledge Sharing - Amount & Type of information - Good for Team & Organization development - Resistance to Share - Sharing with Many Knowledge Worker Improving Performance & Processes Tacit Knowledge © Sato, 2012

4 Importance of Knowledge Sustainment Changes of the 21 st Century Environment Changes of the 21 st Century Environment o Technology Advancements o Innovation Emphasis o Workforce Characteristics o Limited budgets and resources Competitive Advantage Competitive Advantage Successfully Manage the Project Lifecycle Successfully Manage the Project Lifecycle o Decision Making o Effective Performance o Build a common language o Establish frameworks and baselines for continued improvement and development © Sato, 2012

5 PM Knowledge Development PMBOK PMBOK o Established body of knowledge o Common language and framework Local Chapters Local Chapters o Networking, local communities, issues, and opportunities o Grow the local practice Communities of Practice Communities of Practice o Industry networking and focus topics o Webinars, Resources, Research PMP Certification PMP Certification o Recognized by other PMs o Professional Development Units Continual Learning Individual, Community, Discipline Growth © Sato, 2012

6 Creating New Knowledge Sometimes the Problem is NOT knowing enough but rather NOT knowing what you should Know ~ Tsoukas Refreshing Current Knowledge What You Dont Use…You Lose © Sato, 2012

7 Form Teams Firm Fixed Price Contract = $20 budget Firm Fixed Price Contract = $20 budget o Each person gets paid $1 o Every wrong answer will cost $1 Remove from your budget Deadline: 30-min Deadline: 30-min Goal: Goal: Complete the project Accurately Completely On Time Within Budget © Sato, 2012

8 9 questions There are 9 questions, each representing a project management knowledge area retrieve 3 Clues The team will retrieve 3 Clues from the Knowledge Area Box to answer the question Select the Clue to answer the question Select the Clue to answer the question o Wrong Clue o Wrong Clue Give you a Hint o Correct Clue o Correct Clue Contains the following: List of Process Groups to populate your map The next Knowledge Area Question Do NOT use the PMBOK or any other reference to help you populate the map © Sato, 2012

9 QUESTION 1: This document defines how the project is executed, monitored & controlled, and closed by integrating consolidating integrating and consolidating ALL ALL other management plansbaselines plans and baselines. Select the correct Envelope that represents the right answer. The contents in the envelope will contain your PM Map as well as the next question. © Sato, 2012

10 Hint: The Questions will be presented in the order that the Knowledge Areas are listed on the map. © Sato, 2012

11 Project Completion TIME Did you finish the project (Map) on TIME? All questions were answered within the allocated duration. BUDGET Are you within BUDGET? Team members were paid their salary and any rewards. COMPLETELY Is your Map COMPLETELY Populated? All knowledge areas are identified and their processes listed. © Sato, 2012

12 Project Management Mapping Understand the 9 Knowledge Areas Be familiar with the 5 Process Groups & 42 Processes. Remember ITTOs, and that Outputs from one process becomes an Input for another process. This is a framework to tailor to your organization or project. K NOWLEDGE A REAS P ROJECT M ANAGEMENT P ROCESS G ROUPS INITIATINGPLANNINGEXECUTING MONITORING & CONTROLLING CLOSING Project Integrated Management Develop Project Charter Develop Project Management Plan Direct & Manage Project Execution - Monitor & Control Project Work - Perform Integrated Change Control Close Phase or Project Project Scope Management - Collect Requirements - Define Scope - Create WBS - Verify Scope - Control Scope Project Time Management - Define Activities - Sequence Activities - Estimate Activity Resources - Estimate Activity Duration - Develop Schedule Control Schedule Project Cost Management - Estimate Costs - Determine Budget Control Costs Project Quality Management Plan Quality Perform Quality Assurance Perform Quality Control Project Human Resource Management Develop Human Resource Plan - Acquire Project Team - Develop Project Team - Manage Project Team Project Communications Management Identify Stakeholders Plan Communications - Distribute Information - Manage Stakeholder Expectations Report Performance Project Risk Management - Plan Risk Management - Identify Risk - Perform Qualitative Risk - Perform Quantitative Risk - Plan Risk Responses Monitor and Control Risks Project Procurement Management Plan Procurements Conduct Procurements Administer Procurements Close Procurements © Sato, 2012

13 Is Key to a Project Manager, Project Team, and Projects Continued Success. Take advantage of the opportunities in the PM Profession, your Organization, and your Community to invest in Your Knowledge DeveloPMent. © Sato, 2012


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