Project Management Knowledge Areas – PMP/CAMP (PMBOK 6)
Project Management is a large and complex field and it sometimes becomes difficult to comprehend it in totality. Project Management Institute, PMI covers this vast field of Project Management knowledge by diving it in 10 Project Management knowledge areas and 5 Project management process groups in the guide Project Management Body of knowledge (PMBOK ver 6)
Project Integration Management deals with efficiently integrating all the processes and the work happening with the Project. It holds the project in sync and well balanced by using documents like Project charter and Project Management Plan and integrated process to manage the changes. Read More
Project Scope Management defines the Product scope, project requirement scope, project work, making the work breakdown structure; a graphical breakdown of project deliverables, making the scope baselines and finally delivering the scope of the project i.e deliverables regularly approved by the sponsor or stakeholder. Read More
Project Schedule Management helps the project managers in estimating the duration of the tasks while keeping in mind the constraints around the project and its activities. Read More
Project Cost Management establishes the budget baseline and costs to cover all activities and risks. Read More
Project Quality Management is where the quality requirements for project deliverables are planned and tracked. This is an important area where Project Manager has to manage the expectations of the customer about the quality of the product. Read More
Project Resource Management comprises of the processes to define the ways human and physical resources will be utilized, developed, acquired and managed. The good, motivated and enthusiastic team is our best asset on the project, so it’s crucial to the project that we able to assemble the team and to make sure they remain motivated throughout the project period by convincingly solving the conflicts between them. Read More
Project Communications management knowledge area defines how the most important aspect of the project i.e communications will work on the project. Project Management has to channelize the communication to avoid the rumours and half cooked information. Read More
Project Risk Management is of paramount importance for the success of the project. It consists of identifying risks, planning risk management, conducting risk assessments, planning the risk response and controlling risks. Read More
Project Procurement Management deals with the processes which are followed to acquire the required material from outside the project for the successful completion of the project. Read More
Project Stakeholder Management deals with the stakeholders because of whom the project is initiated and therefore the project management team should make an extra effort to keep them remain contended not only with the progress of the project but also with the end product. It helps the project manager to actively engaging them by recognizing and satisfying their needs and expectations. Read More
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