PMBoKDiscussion #2Integration Management<br />Alex Lutsaevsky<br />Ciklum Program Manager/Consultant<br />
Integration Management<br /><ul><li>Putting all the pieces together in a cohesive whole
Balancing all processes in knowledge areas with each other</li></ul>2<br />www.ciklum.net<br />
Project Chapter<br /><ul><li>The project charter formally establishes the project
A project charter may be created by PM, but is issued by Project Sponsor
Provides high-level requirements
Sets the level of authority of PM
Links the project to the ongoing work of the organization</li></ul>3<br />www.ciklum.net<br />
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PMBoK #2, integration management

  1. 1. PMBoKDiscussion #2Integration Management<br />Alex Lutsaevsky<br />Ciklum Program Manager/Consultant<br />
  2. 2. Integration Management<br /><ul><li>Putting all the pieces together in a cohesive whole
  3. 3. Balancing all processes in knowledge areas with each other</li></ul>2<br />www.ciklum.net<br />
  4. 4. Project Chapter<br /><ul><li>The project charter formally establishes the project
  5. 5. A project charter may be created by PM, but is issued by Project Sponsor
  6. 6. Provides high-level requirements
  7. 7. Sets the level of authority of PM
  8. 8. Links the project to the ongoing work of the organization</li></ul>3<br />www.ciklum.net<br />
  9. 9. Project Charter Structure<br /><ul><li>Project title and description
  10. 10. Project Manager assigned and authority level
  11. 11. Business case (why is the project being done?)
  12. 12. Resources preassigned (both tools and people)
  13. 13. Stakeholders
  14. 14. Existing requirements
  15. 15. Deliverables
  16. 16. Measurable project objectives (strategic goals)
  17. 17. Project approval requirements
  18. 18. High-level project risks
  19. 19. Project sponsor sign off</li></ul>4<br />www.ciklum.net<br />
  20. 20. Project Selection<br />Benefit measurement model (comparative approach)<br /><ul><li>Peer review
  21. 21. Murder panel
  22. 22. Scoring models
  23. 23. Economic models (present value, net present value, internal rate of return, payback period, benefit cost-ratio)</li></ul>Constrained optimization model (mathematical approach)<br /><ul><li>Linear programming
  24. 24. Integer programming
  25. 25. Dynamic programming
  26. 26. Multi-objective programming</li></ul>5<br />www.ciklum.net<br />
  27. 27. Project Management Plan<br /><ul><li>Scope, Schedule, Cost, Quality, HR, Communication, Risk and Procurement management plans
  28. 28. Performance management baseline: Scope, Schedule, Cost baselines
  29. 29. Change management plan
  30. 30. Configuration management plan
  31. 31. Requirements management plan
  32. 32. Process improvement plan</li></ul>6<br />www.ciklum.net<br />
  33. 33. Direct and Manage ProjectExecution<br />PM responsible for producing:<br /><ul><li>New change requests
  34. 34. Deliverables
  35. 35. Work performance information
  36. 36. Implementing changes
  37. 37. Updates to project management plans</li></ul>7<br />www.ciklum.net<br />
  38. 38. Other processes<br />Monitor and Control Project Work<br /><ul><li>Work Authorization System
  39. 39. Change Requests
  40. 40. Corrective Actions</li></ul>Perform Integrated Change Control<br /><ul><li>Change control board
  41. 41. Defined process for making changed</li></ul>Closing Project or Phase<br />8<br />www.ciklum.net<br />

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