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What is the difference between a program, portfolio and project management office (PMO)?

Program: a small group of related projects
Portfolio: includes a group of unrelated programs and projects
Project Management Office (PMO): The department centralizes the management of projects.


What are objectives?

- Project objectives are stated in the project charter.
- Projects are considered complete when the objectives have been met. (pg 22 of Rita)


What are smart objectives?

Smart objectives must be
S: Specific
M: Measurable
A: Agreed Upon
R: Realistic
T: Time / Cost Limited


Collection Requirements: Many of these techniques that are most appropriate for the project and the stakeholders.

1. Reviewing Historical Records
2. Interviewing
3. Focus groups
4. Facilitated workshops
5. Brainstorming
6. Nominal Group technique
7. Delphi technique
8. Mind maps


Product scope?

Product scope is another way to say "requirements that relate to the product of the project."


Project Scope?

The project scope is the work the project will do to deliver the product of the project (i.e., the product scope).


What items will you find in the scope statmement?

- Product scope
- Project scope
- Deliverables
- Product acceptance criteria
- What is not part of the project
- Constraints and assumptions


The lowest level of a WBS is?

Work package


WBS Example (list structure pg. 158)

- Phases
- Deliverables
- Control account
- Work packages


What are the 5 process groups?

1. Initiating
2. Planning
3. Executing
4. Monitoring and Controlling
5. Closing


What are the 9 knowledge areas of Project Management?

1. Project Integration Management
2. Project Scope Management
3. Project Time Management
4. Project Cost Management
5. Project Quality Management
6. Project Human Resource Management
7. Project Communication Management
8. Project Risk Management
9. Project Procurement Management