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