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Administrative Closure

The process of accumulating, finishing , and interpreting information to achieve completion of a phase or project

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Approved Change Request (Output/Input)

A request for a change on a project that has been approved via formal or informal change request

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Assumption

An educated, logical guess about a variable when its details are unknown on a project or program

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Assumption Analysis

A technique to determine if the project assumptions are accurate, consistent, and complete and, if not, the resultant risks to the project

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Change Control

The formal or informal process of reviewing changes associated with a project; will result in approval or rejection of changes

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Change Control Board (CCB)

A group of people formally recognized to approve or reject requested changes on a project

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Change Control System

A documented, formal process that manages change associated with the project

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Change Management Plan

A plan that defines the project change management process

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Close Project or Phase

The process of finalizing all project activities to formally complete a project or phase

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Configuration Management

A process which verifies that the products of the project are complete and accurate

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Configuration Management Plan

A plan that defines the process for controlling change to configurable items that require formal change control

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Configuration Management System

A subsystem of the project management system that is used to ensure that the project creates what is intended from the details of the project management plan

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Corrective Actions

Actions on a project that will correct a component of the project that is out of alignment with the baseline

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Develop Project Charter

The process of developing the project charter

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Develop Project Management Plan

The process of documenting the required actions to prepare and integrate the various management plans for the project

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Direct and Manage Project Execution

The process of performing the work defined in the project management plan

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Formal Acceptance

Attaining signature for a piece of the project or the complete project, where the signature represents completion or closure of the project or that piece of the project

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Initiation

Commitment from the sponsor and organization to start a project or to continue it to the next phase

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Lessons Learned

A process, meeting, or questionnaire (possibly all) to discuss what worked and didn't work on the project, with the purpose of not repeating what didn't work and maximizing what did work correctly

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Lessons Learned Knowledge Base

A collection of historical information about previous projects

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Log

A document which tracks items that occur during a project (Ex: change, issue, and defect)

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Monitor and Control Project Work

The process of managing and controlling the Initiating, Planning, Executing, and Closing pieces of a project in accordance with the project management plan

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Payback Period

The amount of time needed to recover the investment in the project

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Perform Integrated Change Control

Apply the change control process as it relates to all project Knowledge Areas

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Project Archives

A set of records that correctly describe and document the history of the project

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Project Integration Management

The processes used to manage all Knowledge Areas across the project life cycle; can include plan creation, execution, and change control

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Project Management Information System (PMIS)

An information system which includes the tools and techniques used to support a project from inception through closure.

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Project Management Plan (Output/Input)

(Formerly called the project plan) A formal comprehensive document that describes how the plan of the project will be implemented and monitored; can include various management plans (from the Knowledge Areas) and documents such as the work breakdown structure, project scope statement, and organizational chart

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Project or Program Charter (Output/Input)

The foundational document which states the main details of the project or program; typically includes the following: Scope of the project or program, any constraints and assumptions including time and cost goals, why the project or program is being done, description of project or program manager authority

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Requested Change

A formal request for a change to the project that is submitted for approval via the Perform Integrated Change Control process

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Return on Investment (ROI)

The amount of income from an investment; income divided by the investment

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Stakeholder Analysis

The process of discovering key needs, names, position, focus , and influences on the project of all stakeholders

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Statement of Work (SOW)

A description of services, products, and work results to be accomplished on a project or other initiative

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Strategic Planning

Long-term planning by a company (usually three to five years in the future)

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System

An integrated set of pieces used to achieve a specific project goal; could be an actual process or management process, or some mix of both approaches

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Technical Performance Measurement (Technique)

A measurement approach that compares what was technically created in the project compared to what the project management plan shows should have been created

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Tool

An item such as the template of a computer application used in a project to help complete project work

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Trend Analysis (Technique)

An approach that attempts to forecast future results based on historical information

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Weighted Scoring Model

A project-selection technique in which criteria are defined and a weight given to it. Each project is then measured on the sum of each of those components and selections made from that result.

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Work Authorization

A technique which ensures that the right work is done at the right time in the right order

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Work Authorization System

A system in the project management approach that allows the right work to begin at the right time (or sequence) by the right people; can be something as informal as project manager approval to something as formal as documented predecessors and sign off before work can begin