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Introduction to the PMI Project Management Body of Knowledge Pilat Management Consulting Integrated Solutions Shay Shargal, PMP firstname.lastname@example.org
www.pilatprojects.com 2 What is Project Management Institute ? “ making project management indispensable for business results” Non-profit professional organisation Established 1969 Executive Offices in USA Over 250,000 members worldwide Chapters in dozens of countries www.pmi.org www.pmi.org.il
www.pilatprojects.com 3 PMI Professional certification program Over 180,000 Certified Project Management Professionals (PMPs) in 100 countries Required by many large corporations Used by many individual consultants Credit requirements: Education Experience Professional involvement Examination on a formal body of knowledge
www.pilatprojects.com 4 Guide to the PMBOK Compiled by PMI’s Standards Committee – 1976: Documented standards began – 1984: First PMBOK published – 1987: Revised PMBOK published – 1996: Comprehensive Update and release of the new PMI “A Guide to the PMBOK” – 2000 – PMBOK 2000 edition published – 2005 – PMBOK 3 rd edition published – Anticipated updates: every four years, or as changes occur within profession Drawn from the generally accepted knowledge of PMI members.
www.pilatprojects.com 5 The PMP Certification Examination 200 four-option multiple-choice questions Project Initiation 11% Project Planning23% Project Execution27% Project Control21% Project Closing9% Professional and Social Responsibility 9% Questions developed and validated by project management professionals. Revised annually
www.pilatprojects.com 6 Purpose of the Guide to the PMBoK Identify and describe the generally acceptable subset of the Project Management Body Of Knowledge (PMBoK). Provide a common vocabulary. Present the “Best Practice”. Base for the PMP certification examination.
www.pilatprojects.com 7 What is Project Management? … ‘the application of knowledge, skill, tools, and techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholders needs and expectations from a project’... Project Management Area General Management Area Application Area The Project Management Body of Knowledge
www.pilatprojects.com 8 TIME CPET C oncept P lanning E xecution T ermination Resource Level Phases and the Project Life Cycle
www.pilatprojects.com 9 Project Management processes A process is a series of actions bringing about a result. PMBoK distinguishes between Project management processes - concerned with describing and organizing the work of the project - the bulk of the PMBOK Product-oriented processes - concerned with specifying and creating the product - vary by application area.
www.pilatprojects.com 10 Process groups 44 processes divided into five groups: Initiating (2) Planning (21) Executing (7) Controlling (12) Closing (2)
www.pilatprojects.com 11 Links among process groups
www.pilatprojects.com 12 Process groups over time
www.pilatprojects.com 13 Initiating Process Group
www.pilatprojects.com 14 Planning Process Group
www.pilatprojects.com 15 Executing Process Group
www.pilatprojects.com 16 Monitoring and Controlling Process Group