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This is part of the series of presentations based on PMBOK book's coverage, and is helpful in your preparation for PMP or CAPM certification exams. Or you can use this to understand more about project ...

This is part of the series of presentations based on PMBOK book's coverage, and is helpful in your preparation for PMP or CAPM certification exams. Or you can use this to understand more about project management.
For more detailed study notes visit www.PMExamSmartNotes.com.
Thank you and good luck!

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  • A guide to passing PMP® exam! series.. Project Management Basics Based on the PMBOK® bookBrought to you bywww.PMExamSmartNotes.com For a free eBook on Project Management, and brain-friendly notes for PMP® and CAPM® certification exams visit the blog!
  • A ProjectA Project is a temporary endeavor undertakento create a unique Product, Service or Result.
  • A ProgramA Program is a collection of related projects thatare dependent on each other. A program may have one or more projects
  • A PortfolioA portfolio is a collection of projects orprograms managed together in order to gain abusiness benefit. A portfolio will address strategic goals of the organization
  • Functional ManagerFunctional Manager is responsible for a specificfunction of an organization, such as Finance,Customer Success, Sales, or Human Resources.
  • Operations ManagerOperations Manager manages ongoing activityof an organization.Examples?• IT team of a company manages IT Operations• A catering service serving food to patients in a hospital
  • Differences
  • Enterprise Environmental Factors
  • StakeholderA person or organization that is actively involvedin the project, or whose interests may bepositively or negatively affected by the project.
  • Project Phases - Overlapping
  • Project Phases - sequential
  • Organizational Structure
  • References• What is a project and how to manage it• Project, Program and Portfolio• Who is a Project Manager and how to become a good one?• Enterprise Environmental Factors (EEF) and Organizational Process Assets (OPA)• Who are the Stakeholders?• Project Phases• Organizational Structure
  • Thank you! For such revision notes and more, visit http://www.PMExamSmartNotes.comPMI is a registered trademark and service mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.PMP is a registered certification mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.PMBOK is a registered trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.