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PMP® Framework (Methodologies)

Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification consists of 47 processes within 5 process groups, including:

Initiating

Prior to initiating a project, a Project Manager must be able to justify the business case and value of the project to the company and precisely detail the limitations to - creating a balanced but convincing project proposal.

Planning

This process-based phase consists of creating a meticulous project plan, charter, establishing roles, expectations, and defining the scope of the project too. This phase is crucial due to establishing the resources required and the manner in which resources will be utilised, in parallel to determining the budget and timescale of the project.

Executing

Within this stage project contributors clarify their project roles and responsibilities, to encourage accountability of future work. Within the execution phase, the Project Manager should ensure that everyone is aware of the project’s objectives and intentions - providing additional but clear information here is crucial.

Monitoring and Controlling

During this phase, the Project Manager must oversee the project’s operational functioning to ensure that the project is working towards the predefined objectives, within budget, and within the timescale. Managers may have to adjust the schedule or alter an individual’s responsibilities within the project to ensure that the project is optimally utilising resources.

Closing

Project Managers must sign-off the project - appraising whether the project met the predefined objectives and whether the project has met the stakeholder requirements. The Project Manager should write and construct a business report, detailing the project’s productivity, advantages, resource consumption, and the final product’s quality.

Ten Project Management Knowledge areas are covered within a project management course:

  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Time Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Human Resource Management
  • Project Communications Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Project Stakeholder Management

The Knowledge Academy has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.

 

PMI, PMP, CAPM, PMBOK and The PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute Inc., 2013.