Processes of Project Management

The Ten Knowledge Areas and Five Processes of Project Management (Internal Work Methods)

What are the five PMBOK process groups? The five PMBOK process groups are Start Process, Planning Process, Execution Process, Monitoring Process and Closing Process.

The five process groups are summarized in one sentence.

1. Start the process group: The role is to set project goals and let the project team have something to do.   

“kick-off ceremony”

2. Planning Process Group: The role is to set the course of work and to give the project team something to do.

“What to do”

3. Implementation Process Group: The role is to “follow the map”and to allow the project team to “follow the law”.

“Get it going”

4. Monitoring Process Group: The role is to measure project performance, to allow the project team to “break the law” and to try to “prevent problems before they occur””Look what the hell you’ve gotten yourself into”

5.Closing process group: The role is to close the project and phase.

“Grudge”.Let everything end.

“Finish the job”

What are the ten PMBOK knowledge areas? The ten PMBOK knowledge areas are integration management, scope management, time management, cost management, quality management, human resource management, communication management, risk management, procurement management, and stakeholder management.

Each of the ten knowledge areas of the project management knowledge system is summarized in one sentence.

1. Integration management: Its role is like the thread in a necklace.

“Lead boss”

2. Scope Management: Doing and only doing what needs to be done.

“Doing less is not pleasing the boss.While doing more is not pleasing to my project team.”

3.Time management:Let everything proceed according to the established schedule.

“Don’t trick with me.Finish your work on time otherwise your punishment is on the way”

4. Cost management: Count the money and spend it well.

“Food and fodder should go ahead of troops and horses. No money, no drive.”

5. Quality management:The aim is to meet demand.

“Not only do we have to do it right, we have to do it well for me.”

  • Human resource management: Let team members work with you efficiently.

“Form a group and let the guys do it like crazy. EVERYBODY, CHECK IN, CHECK NOW”

7.Communication Management:Let the right people convey the right information to the right people at the right time and in the right way.

“It doesn’t matter what you do.What matters is that the people who matter know what you’re doing and are happy to work with you.”

8.Risk management: Find anything may appear something wrong so that the project will not convey the risk.

“Make big things small& and make small things smaller.”

9.Procurement management:Be a good party.

“Let you experience a boss with good life.”

10. Stakeholder management: Form a good relationship with the project stakeholders and make them satisfied.

“Achieve harmonious society and co-creating consensus with empowering each other.”

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