An excerpt of Table 3-1 of the PMBOK Guide Fifth Edition shows the processes of the Project Scope Management Knowledge Area: Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, and Create WBS which are all Planning processes, and Validate Scope and Control Scope which are Monitoring and Controlling processes.

An excerpt of Table 3-1 of the PMBOK Guide Fifth Edition shows the processes of the Project Scope Management Knowledge Area: Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, and Create WBS which are all Planning processes, and Validate Scope and Control Scope which are Monitoring and Controlling processes.

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This is done using the Control Schedule process.

This is done using the Control Schedule process.

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An excerpt of Table 3-1; PMBOK® Guide - Fifth Edition lists the Knowledge Areas, and the associated processes in the Planning Process Group. The Develop Project Management Plan process is part of Project Integration Management. Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, and Create WBS are processes of Project Scope Management. Plan Schedule Management, Define Activities, Sequence Activities, Estimate Activity Resources, Estimate Activity Durations, and Develop Schedule fall…

An excerpt of Table 3-1; PMBOK® Guide - Fifth Edition lists the Knowledge Areas, and the associated processes in the Planning Process Group. The Develop Project Management Plan process is part of Project Integration Management. Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, and Create WBS are processes of Project Scope Management. Plan Schedule Management, Define Activities, Sequence Activities, Estimate Activity Resources, Estimate Activity Durations, and Develop Schedule fall…

The project management Knowledge Areas - Scope, Time, Cost, Procurement, Quality, Human Resources, Communications, Risk, and Stakeholder Management - all fit under one umbrella concept.

The project management Knowledge Areas - Scope, Time, Cost, Procurement, Quality, Human Resources, Communications, Risk, and Stakeholder Management - all fit under one umbrella concept.

Description of excerpt of Table 3-1; PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition follows:  |n  |n The processes for the Project Integration Management Knowledge Area include Develop Project Charter, which is part of the Initiating Process Group, Develop Project Management Plan, which is part of the Planning Process Group, Direct and Manage Project Work, which is part of the Executing Process group, Monitor and Control Project Work and Perform Integrated Change Control, which are part of the Monitoring and…

Description of excerpt of Table 3-1; PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition follows: |n |n The processes for the Project Integration Management Knowledge Area include Develop Project Charter, which is part of the Initiating Process Group, Develop Project Management Plan, which is part of the Planning Process Group, Direct and Manage Project Work, which is part of the Executing Process group, Monitor and Control Project Work and Perform Integrated Change Control, which are part of the Monitoring and…


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For example, in a software development project work is being carried out in the systems requirement phase. Planning is under way for the subsequent software requirements and analysis phases.

For example, in a software development project work is being carried out in the systems requirement phase. Planning is under way for the subsequent software requirements and analysis phases.

For example, in a software development project work is being carried out in the systems requirement phase. Planning is under way for the subsequent software requirements and analysis phases.

For example, in a software development project work is being carried out in the systems requirement phase. Planning is under way for the subsequent software requirements and analysis phases.

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