Project Requirements Management – Part 3: Monitoring and Controlling Requirements Transcription

MPUG

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Walter Stinnett’s session, Monitoring and Controlling Requirements, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. This presentation, we’ll be discussing, monitoring and controlling requirements.

10 Easy Ways to Get PDUs & Stay PMI Certified

ProjectManager.com

If you hold a qualification from the Project Management Institute (PMI) like PMP (Project Management Professional) or PMI-ACP (PMI Agile Certified Professional), CPD is mandatory. The PMI measures CPD in Professional Development Units, or PDUs. PMI’s PDU Requirements. Some PMI certifications require you to earn a minimum number of PDUs over a three-year cycle. Agile Certified Professional (PMI-ACP) requires 30 PDUs; 10 per year.

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Webinar Recap: PMI PMBOK Guide 7th Edition Standard – What’s New?

MPUG

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Satya Narayan Dash’s PMI PMBOK Guide 7th Edition Standard – What’s New? Kyle: Hello everyone, and welcome to today’s MPUG webinar, What’s New With PMI PMBOK Guide’s 7th Edition Standard. We are monitoring.

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Webinar Recap: Want To Be A PMI-ACP? The Primary Steps to Take

MPUG

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Satya Narayan Dash’s session, Want To Be A PMI-ACP? If you want to be a PMI-ACP, here are the primary steps to take. Today’s session is eligible for one PMI-PDU and the technical category.

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Creating a Risk-Adjusted Backlog

Leading Answers

While profit is not their goal, usually an economic impact figure can be estimated for the outcomes they aim to achieve. Then, in 2012 I presented a collection of Collaborative Games for Risk Management  at the Agile 2012 Conference in Dallas and PMI Global Congress in Vancouver. After

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A Compendium of Works to Increase the Probability of Project Success

Herding Cats

Five Immutable Principles of Project Success , PMI Spring Seminar, 2021, Austin TX. Parametric Project Monitoring and Control. Five Principles of Project Success , PMI, Northern Utah Chapter, Professional Development Day, 2012. Applying Deliverables Based Planning ® To Increase Our Probability of Success , PMI Fort Worth, Chapter Meeting, 15 July 2010. Establishing the Performance Measurement Baseline , PMI, Northen Utah Chapter, Professional Development Day, 2012.

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How to Build a Robust Project Risk Culture [8 Steps]

Online PM Courses

This will hep you improve your budget and schedule estimates, and therefore reduceover-runs. Create a reporting process to ensure your sponsor and project board can monitor and guide progress. How will risk be monitored at Sponsor or Project Board level? If you don’t monitor and gather data on risk management activities, then there will be little incentive for people to comply. A robust risk culture goes beyond having a strong basic risk management process.

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Agile Illustrated – Sample #3

Leading Answers

Anyone taking the PMI-ACP exam should expect to see 18-20 questions on this topic.). Monitor communications and look for ways to reduce miscommunication or address missing communication. Agile Project Management Books Certification Leadership Personal Agility PMI-ACP Teams

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2021 Online & On-Site Events for Project Managers

Epicflow Blog

The conference committee encourages everyone to prepare papers on one of the relevant topics, among which there are: Managing people, Managing projects, Software management activities, Project execution and monitoring, Empirical estimation technique, Critical path analysis.

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Project Manager Job Description (with free copy+paste examples!)

ProjectManager.com

Project managers plan, budget, monitor and report on the project with project management tools , sometimes pitching the idea of the project or being assigned to it once it’s already been approved. There are two major certifying bodies, PRINCE2 and the Project Management Institute (PMI).

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Project Cost Management – The Essential Things to Know and Do

Online PM Courses

Your ‘Project Cost Management Plan’ Establishing your costs – the processes of estimating and budgeting. Monitoring and controlling project expenditure. Project Cost Management is a process that has two principle components: Estimating costs and creating a project budget from them. Monitoring and controlling project expenditure to adhere to your budget. Estimate Costs – which we’ll look at together with… Determine Budget.

Project Management Process Groups: A Quick Guide

ProjectManager.com

To begin, let’s look at the five project management process groups defined in the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK), published by the Project Management Institute (PMI), the leading industry trade group. The business case includes the estimated costs and benefits of the project.

4 Reasons Project Management Skills Should be a Priority in Early Education

Girl's Guide to PM

This is a guest article by Brantlee Underhill, Managing Director, PMI, North America. By McKinsey & Company’s estimates, this equates to a potential of three months of learning loss in math and one-in-a-half months of learning loss in reading. Kickoff from PMI.

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Will a Project Management Certification Help Your Career?

LiquidPlanner

Knowing how to plan, manage and monitor progress is important and can make the difference between meeting your goals for the year and not. PMI requires this for PMP holders through their Continuing Certification Requirements Program and you could easily find yourself paying for additional courses and materials to keep up. To learn more about how to master the Art of Estimation, download our eBook, “ 6 Best Practices for Accurate Project Estimates.”

New PM: The What?, Why?, and How? of Project Charters

Leading Answers

The most common source of late project completions is not poor estimating or a lack of risk management, it is late starts. They may also have been terrible at estimating and blind to common threats, but late starts are very common. The uncertainty associated with our estimates needs to be reflected (to some degree) in our schedule. Agile Project Management Estimating Planning Risk ManagementCreating a great project charter is an art and a science.

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9 Types of Artifacts in Project Management

Girl's Guide to PM

But what if you don’t use PMI methods? Whether you subscribe to the PMI way of thinking or use another approach based on your background, skills, experience, certification or the expectations of management, I’m pretty sure that you’ll have to create project documents.

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The Project Manager’s Guide to Simple Risk Analysis

Online PM Courses

Monitor and Control. This is the ‘Monitor and Control Loop’ for risk management and it is the secret of success. The problem with estimating likelihoods is – to be blunt – people are rubbish at it. Your estimates are likely to fall prey to bias and inaccuracy. It has the merit of not trying to introduce spurious precision into your estimates. It’s far easier to estimate the impact, should a risk occur.

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Project Procurement Management [All the basics you need to know]

Online PM Courses

Monitoring and Controlling. Cost estimates for each of the procurements. Monitoring and Controlling. Monitoring contract performance against quality standards and performance standards that the contract documents. PMI Talent Triangle: Technical Project Management Project Procurement Management Contract COTS market testing procurement

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Project Management Process: The Basics

Clarizen

In the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), the Project Management Institute (PMI) outlines five project management process groups: . Monitoring & Controlling. Key outputs typically created during the monitoring & controlling process include: .

The 10 Project Management Knowledge Areas (PMBOK)

ProjectManager.com

It is a set of standard terminology and guidelines for project management published and updated by The Project Management Institute (PMI). This process is monitored, analyzed and reported on to identify and control any changes or problems that might occur.

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How to Actually Develop a Project Management Plan

Project Risk Coach

Without a baseline, how will you monitor and control your projects? Work Breakdown Structure Dictionary – provide the detailed information about the deliverables, activities, cost estimates, and scheduling information for each item in the WBS. The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) says the project management plan is “the document that describes how the project will be executed, monitored and controlled, and closed.

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Project Manager or Project Leader? What’s the Difference?

Online PM Courses

And then there’s the PMI Talent Triangle. If you’re a PMI member, you need to hoe your craft in three dimensions: Technical: the core skills of Project Management. You need to brief them properly, monitor their performance, and support them in delivering their products. . Effective monitor and control cycle. What does the PMI Talent Triangle tell us about the distinction between Project Leader and Project Manager? Time, budget, and cost estimation.

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Business Analyst vs Project Manager: The Differences To Know

Girl's Guide to PM

In the PMI Business Analysis Practice Standard, business analysis is defined like this: The set of activities performed to identify the business need and recommend relevant solutions; and to elicit, document, and manage requirements.

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Beginner’s Guide to Project Management Process

iZenBridge

Monitoring & Controlling. One might think that “project management phases” would be a more fitting term for the five stages of a successful project—initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/controlling, and closing. For example, executing happens at the same time as monitoring/controlling.) Defines Human Resource and Cost estimates. The Project Manager must Estimate approximate cost involved in Project Work. Monitoring and Controlling. Estimates.

PMP interview Questions

iZenBridge

What mechanism do you use to monitor and review the delegated responsibilities? What are different cost estimation techniques? Did you involved in make or buy decision and end up with wrong estimation? Domain Based. What is a baseline, how is it use while creating project management plan? What are organizational influences? Explain with examples. What is a project charter? Is project manager involved in the creation of a project charter?

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Project Resource Management: The Ultimate Guide on How to Master It

Girl's Guide to PM

The project manager estimates the resource requirement and creates open positions that get fulfilled by the resource manager. Estimate activity resources: Determine resources needed for carrying out project activities. Incorrect estimation of team’s capacity and availability.

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10 Knowledge Areas of Project Management (PMBOK 6) With PPT & PDF

Girl's Guide to PM

PMI defines a Knowledge Area in the PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition Glossary like this: An identified area of project management defined by its knowledge requirements and described in terms of its component processes, practices, inputs, outputs, tools, and techniques. In this KA, you cover everything to do with defining the work required to deliver the scope, putting those tasks in the right order, estimating how long they will take to do and building the project schedule.

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14 Common Project Risks (+ more)

Girl's Guide to PM

The PMI definition of risk is: “an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a positive or negative effect on a project’s objectives.”. Monitoring the project’s finances and cost throughout the project lifecycle is a key responsibility. Poor estimating. Risks matter.

Introduction to Project Management- A Quick Guide

ProProfs Project Management

Estimated budget based on timelines. Project management is defined as a disciplined approach of initiating, planning, strategizing, executing, monitoring and communicating, and providing final deliverables to client within a set timeline. Monitoring & Controlling.

Project Resource Management: A Simple Guide For New Managers

Teamweek

According to PMI, poor project resource management is the second-most common cause of project failure. It helps to have a clear picture of the hours your team is putting in so that you can monitor your team’s workloads and make adjustments as necessary.

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Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) in Traditional and Agile Life Cycles with MS Project

MPUG

Work breakdown structure (WBS) is a key element for management planning, monitoring, and control of a project or a program scope. A WBS is important to further estimation—cost, duration, or resources, planning for resources, risk identification, schedule development, among others.

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What Is a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)?

ProjectManager.com

Once you have a WBS for your project, you need to plan, execute and monitor its progress. From there you can begin to know what your cost estimation for the project will be, scheduling and so much more.

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Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) in Traditional and Agile Life Cycles with MS Project

MPUG

Work breakdown structure (WBS) is a key element for management planning, monitoring, and control of a project or a program scope. A WBS is important to further estimation—cost, duration, or resources, planning for resources, risk identification, schedule development, among others.

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The Complete Glossary of 614 Project Management Terms

Workamajig

Actual dates are different from planned or estimated dates. Actual Effort: The actual effort spent to complete the activity, as opposed to the planned or estimated effort. Actual Finish: The actual date on which an activity ends, as opposed to the planned or estimated finish date.

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A Step-By-Step Guide to Improving Your Resource Management

The IIL Blog

Take adequate time to make reasonable and realistic estimates: Perfection is nearly impossible to achieve in resource management, but you should still aim for it. Once project priorities have been clarified, take adequate time to estimate schedules and budget. Look to completed projects, including what went wrong, to help develop reasonable estimates and forecasts. Measure and monitor impacts and report them to project sponsors and team members.

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A Beginner's Guide to Resource Planning in Project Management

Workamajig

As the Project Management Institute (PMI) notes, “ talent deficiencies significantly hamper 40 percent of strategy implementation efforts.”. You’re essentially estimating your capacity utilization. Creative work can be tough to estimate. Step #1: Estimate Work.

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The 20-Percent Startup Solution

MPUG

Keep in mind that poor estimating during the planning phase is the largest contributor to project failures. These two types of contingency funds or “safety margins” should eliminate padding task estimates ( the worst habit to get into ) and similar games.

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15 Killer Project Management Best Practices to Make You a Better Manager

Workamajig

As PMI says, any “way of doing things” within an organization can be considered a best practice. If your project team and client have different estimations of the project's scope, you're going to run into problems. This team should be comprised of experienced members who have wide-ranging access to plan, monitor, and control risks in the project. As Victoria Kumar says in a PMI paper - "leaders innovate; managers administer".

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The Close Sibling of Communications and Stakeholder Management: Resource Management

MPUG

Estimate Activity Resources process: This process succeeds Plan Resource Management, and here you estimate the type and quantity of team and physical resources. Acquire Resources process: In this process, you actually acquire or hire the estimated resources.

12 Steps to Creating a Successful Project Scope

Scoro

Monitoring: Processes to document scope creep and project changes. This, according to PMI , is when a project suffers “the uncontrolled expansion of project scope without adjustments to time, cost, and resources”.

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