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Pmp cheatsheet

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    • ProcessesInitiationPlanningExecutionMonitor and ControlClosingKnowledge AreasIntegrationScope ManagementTime ManagementCost ManagementQuality ManagementHR ManagementCommunications ManagementProcurement ManagementRisk ManagementProfessional Responsibility42 Project Management ProcessesProject Integration Management1. Develop Project Charter2. Develop Project Management Plan3. Direct / Manage Project Execution4. Monitor / Control Project Work5. Perform Integrated Change Control6. Close Project or PhaseProject Scope Management7. Collect Requirements8. Define Scope9. Create WBS10. Verify Scope11. Control ScopeProject Time Management12. Define Activities13. Sequence Activities14. Estimate Activity Resources15. Estimate Activity Durations16. Develop Schedule17. Control ScheduleProject Cost Management18. Estimate Costs19. Determine Budget20. Control CostsProject Quality Management21. Plan Quality22. Perform Quality Assurance23. Perform Quality ControlProject Human ResourceManagement24. Develop Human Resource Plan25. Acquire Project Team26. Develop Project Team27. Manage Project TeamProject CommunicationsManagement28. Identify Stakeholders29. Plan Communications30. Distribute Information31. Manage Stakeholder Expectations32. Report PerformanceProject Risk Management33. Plan Risk Management34. Identify Risks35. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis36. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis37. Plan Risk Responses38. Monitor and Control RisksProject Procurement Management39. Plan Procurements40. Conduct Procurements41. Administer Procurements42. Close ProcurementsPMP Cheat Sheet and Study NotesBased on PMBOK V4The reader is responsible to verify and confirm all information presented herein.Earned Value ManagementBAC = Budget At CompletionEV = Actual % * BACPV = Planned % * BACAC = Sum of all incurred costsCV = EV - ACSV = EV - PVCPI = EV / AC< 1 = Over Budget> 1 = Under BudgetSPI = EV / PV< 1 = Behind Schedule> 1 = Ahead of ScheduleEAC = BAC / CPIEAC = AC + ETCEAC = AC + (BAC + EV) / CPIETC = EAC - ACVAC = BAC - EACBCWS = PVBCWP = EVACWP = ACTips:Negative is badPositive is goodIf Variance: EV - SomethingIf Index: EV / SomethingIf Cost related use ACIf Time related use PVMost formulas start with EVKey FormulasStandard Deviation = (P - O) / 6PERT = (O + 4M + P) / 6Total Float = LS—ES or LF –EFComm Channels = N (N-1) / 2Where:P = PessimisticO = OptimisticM = Most likely; RealisticN = # Project MembersBenefit Cost Ratio =Cost / BenefitsBCR < 1 UnfavorableBCR > 1 Higher is BetterNet Present Value =FV / (1 + r)^nFuture Value =PV (1 + i)^nInternal Rate of ReturnHigher is betterSix Sigma: 99.99% defect freeRules Based on Numbers80 Hour Rule = Max size ofwork packages80/20 Rule = Pareto’s Law20% of causes responsible for80% of problems0/50/100 = Work packagecompletion. No credit until50% complete. No additionalcredit until 100% complete.Copyright © 2009 PMServicesNWAll rights reservedwww.PMServicesNW.comHuman Resource ManagementOrganizational Structures: Functional, Matrix (weak, balanced,strong) , Projectized, CompositeMaslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: Physiological, Safety, Social, Self-esteem, Self-actualization.McGregor: Theory X, Theory Y.Ouchi: Theory Z. Motivated by commitment, opportunity advancement.Herzberg’s Theory of Motivation: Hygiene factors, Motivating Agents.Leadership Styles: Directing, Facilitating, Coaching, Supporting,Autocratic, Consultative, Consensus.Project Manager Powers: Formal (legitimate,) Reward, Penalty(coercive), Expert, Referent.Conflict Management: Withdraw (avoid), Smooth (accommodate),Compromise, Force, Collaborate, Confront (problem solving.)Quality ManagementIshikawa = Fishbone Diagram: cause and effect.Pareto Diagram: Identify problems and frequency. 80/20 Rule.Flow Charts; Control Charts.Just in Time: Reduces inventory; requires additional quality control.Quality Theories: Kaizen (continuous improvement,) Six Sigma, TQM(total quality management.)Kaizen: Small improvements to reduce costs and improve consistency.Deming Cycle: Plan, Do Check, Act.Cost ManagementCost Estimating - AccuracyRough Order of Magnitude (ROM): -50% to +100%Budgetary: -10% to +25%Definitive: -5% to + 10%Risk ManagementRisk Strategies (threats): Avoid, Transfer, Mitigate, Accept.Risk Strategies (opportunities): Exploit, Share, Enhance, Accept.Qualitative Risk Analysis: Chance and impact of risk occurrenceResults in prioritized list of risks; risk ranking.Quantitative Risk Analysis: Numerical analysis of probabilityand impact.Tools: Interviews, Sensitivity Analysis, Decision Tree Analysis,Simulation, Monte Carlo Analysis.ClosingContract Close: Before project closeProject or Phase Close: Lessons LearnedPMI Code of Ethics: Respect, Fair, Honest.Time ManagementPrecedence Diagramming MethodPDM: Activity-on-Node (AON)Arrow Diagram MethodADM: Activity-on-Arrow (AOA)Conditional Diagram MethodGraphical Evaluation and ReviewTechnique (GERT): Allows loopCrashing: Add more resourcesFast Tracking: Tasks in parallelForward Pass: Early start, earlyfinishBackward Pass: Late start, latefinishFloat; Slack: activity margin offcritical pathFree Float: activity margin notimpacting early start of next de-pendant activityProject Float