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Project Management Process Groups and Knowledge Areas Mapping – PMBOK 5th Edition 
Scope Time Cost Quality Human Resources...
Changes from PMBOK 4th edition to 5th Edition 
Process Group 4Th Edition % 5Th Edition % Additional 
Processes 
Initiating...
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Process groups and knowledge areas PMBOK 5th Edition

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Process groups and knowledge areas PMBOK 5th Edition

  1. 1. Project Management Process Groups and Knowledge Areas Mapping – PMBOK 5th Edition Scope Time Cost Quality Human Resources Communications Risk Procurement Define Activities Initiating Develop Project Charter Planning Develop Project Management Plan Collect Requirements Estimate Costs Plan Quality Management Plan HR Management Plan Communications Plan Procurements Executing Direct and Manage Project Execution Perform Quality Assurance Conduct Procurements Monitor & Control Monitor Perform & Control Integrated Project Work Change Control Define Scope Create WPS Verify Control Scope Scope Sequence Activities Estimate Resources Estimate Duration Develop Schedule Control Schedule Determine Budgeting Control Costs Perform Quality Control Manage Communication Control Communication Monitor & Control Risks Control Procurement Closing Acquire Team Develop Team Manage Team Close Project Or Phase Close Procurement Manage Stakeholder Engagement Plan Risk Management Identify Risk Qualitative Analysis Quantitative Analysis Plan Risk Response Stakeholder Identify Stakeholders Plan Scope Management Plan Scheduled Management Plan Cost Management Plan Stakeholder Management Control Stakeholder Engagement Integration
  2. 2. Changes from PMBOK 4th edition to 5th Edition Process Group 4Th Edition % 5Th Edition % Additional Processes Initiating 2 5% 2 4% 0 Planning 20 48% 24 51% 4 Executing 8 19% 8 17% 0 Monitoring & Controlling 10 24% 11 23% 1 Closing 2 5% 2 4% 0 Total 42 47 5 Knowledge Area 4Th Edition % 5Th Edition % Additional Processes Integration 6 14% 6 13% 0 Scope 5 12% 6 13% 1 Time 6 14% 7 15% 1 Cost 3 7% 4 9% 1 Quality 3 7% 3 6% 0 Human Resource 4 10% 4 9% 0 Communication 5 12% 3 6% -2 Risk 6 14% 6 13% 0 Procurement 4 10% 4 9% 0 Stakeholders 0 0% 4 9% 4 Total 42 47 5 1. Total number of process grown from 42 to 47 and knowledge areas from 9 to 10. 2. More emphasis on planning and control. Planning compromise 51% and Control 23% of the processes. 3. Importance of stakeholder management is emphasized by the creation of a new specific knowledge area in addition to the communication area.

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