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  1. 1. Overview ofA Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fourth Edition
  2. 2. Topics for DiscussionPMI Foundational StandardsHarmonization of PMI’s Foundational StandardsTop 10 changes from the Third Edition to theFourth Edition of the PMBOK® GuideChapter by Chapter OverviewImpact on CredentialingPMI published translations 2
  3. 3. PMI Foundational StandardsGood Practices inuse today in OrganizationalProjects, Programs, Best Practicesor Portfolios 3
  4. 4. Harmonization of PMI StandardsSimultaneous roll-out of the following: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fourth Edition The Standard for Program Management—Second Edition The Standard for Portfolio Management—Second Edition OPM3®—Second Edition 4
  5. 5. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition represents generally recognized good practice in the profession of project management. 5
  6. 6. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten1. All process names are in a verb-noun format PMBOK® Guide— PMBOK® Guide— Third Edition Fourth Edition Activity Definition Define Activities Activity Sequencing Sequence Activities Activity Resource Estimating Estimate Activity Resources Activity Duration Estimating Estimate Activity Durations Schedule Development Develop Schedule Schedule Control Control Schedule 6
  7. 7. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten2. A standard approach to discussing Enterprise Environmental Factors and Organizational Process Assets was employed.Example of the new format:The following Enterprise Environmental Factors can influence the [xyz] process: brief description of how it influences the process brief description of how it influences the process brief description of how it influences the processThis is not a complete list, but these factors should be considered on most projects. 7
  8. 8. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten3. Change requests clarifiedChange requests now include: Change requests Corrective action Preventive action Defect repair 8
  9. 9. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten4. The processes decreased from 44 to 42.Process Deletions Develop Preliminary Scope Statement Plan ScopeProcess Additions: Identify Stakeholders Collect RequirementsCombined Processes- Plan Purchases and Acquisitions and Plan Contract to Plan Procurements- Request Seller Responses and Select Sellers to Conduct Procurements 9
  10. 10. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten5. Project Management Plan vs. Project Documents Project management plan Project documents Requirements management Assumption log plan Change log Communications management plan Risk register Risk management plan Duration estimates Procurement management Resource requirements plan Source selection criteria Scope management plan ETC. Schedule management plan ETC. 10
  11. 11. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten6. Project Charter vs. Project Scope Statement Scope Statement Project Charter Product scope description Project purpose or justification Project deliverables Measurable project objectives and User acceptance criteria related success criteria Project boundaries High-level requirements Project constraints High-level project description Project assumptions Summary milestone schedule Summary budget Project approval requirements Project Manager, responsibility and authority level Authorizing person 11
  12. 12. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten7. Deletion of Process Flow Diagrams8. Addition of Data Flow Diagrams 12
  13. 13. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten9. Triple constraint expanded to include quality, resources and riskCommon project constraints: Scope Quality Schedule Budget Resources Risk 13
  14. 14. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Top Ten10. New appendix on interpersonal skills.Identified skills: Leadership Team building Motivation Communication Influencing Decision making Political and cultural awareness Negotiation 14
  15. 15. Chapter 1: IntroductionManaging a project typically includes….. Balancing the competing project constraints including, but not limited to: Scope Quality Schedule Budget Resources RiskThe specific project will influence the constraints on which the project manager needs to focus. 15
  16. 16. Chapter 2: Project Lifecycles and OrganizationAligned with other standardsA bit more on project life cyclesMore detail on types of stakeholdersNew graphics 16
  17. 17. Chapter 3: Project Management Processes for a ProjectNew graphic that shows projectmanagement process interactionsNew process group graphics with moreemphasis on the integrating processesProcess descriptions and Input/Outputtables only 17
  18. 18. Chapter 4: Project Integration ManagementDeleted Develop Preliminary ScopeStatementClarified Develop Project ManagementPlan 18
  19. 19. Chapter 5: Project Scope ManagementDeleted Plan ScopeAdded Collect RequirementsOutputs include: Requirements management plan Requirements documentation Requirements traceability matrix 19
  20. 20. Chapter 6: Project Time ManagementDeleted Activity on Arrow (AOA)Three point estimating includes PERTequation 20
  21. 21. Chapter 7: Project Cost ManagementThree point estimating includes PERTequationAdded to-complete performance index(TCPI) to Control CostGreater alignment with 5.5, 6.6 and 7.3 21
  22. 22. Chapter 8: Project Quality ManagementAdded more graphicsMore discussion on cost of qualityDeleted quality baseline 22
  23. 23. Chapter 9: Project Human Resources ManagementAdded information on interpersonal skills Stages of team building Conflict management Leadership Influencing Decision makingMoved Manage Project Team frommonitoring and controlling to executing 23
  24. 24. Chapter 10: Project Communication ManagementAdded Identify StakeholdersOutputs include: Stakeholder register Stakeholder management strategyChanged process to Manage StakeholderExpectations Moved from monitoring and controlling to executing. 24
  25. 25. Chapter 11: Project Risk ManagementMinor editorial changes. 25
  26. 26. Chapter 12: Project Procurement ManagementWent from 6 processes to 4 processesRenamed processes to center aroundprocurementsDiscussed teaming agreements 26
  27. 27. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Impact on CredentialsPMBOK® Guide serves as a professionalreference for all of PMI credentialsThe PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition willreplace PMBOK® Guide—Third Edition as areference during item writing sessions.It is estimated only a small percentage ofexamination items/questions requireupdates. 27
  28. 28. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Impact on CredentialsCredential Examination UpdatedPMP® 30 June 2009CAPM® 31 July 2009PMI-SPSM 31 August 2009PMI-RMPSM 31 August 2009PgMP® 31 August 2009 28
  29. 29. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: Impact on Credentials Exam Planned Date to sit Study for Examination recommendation*PMP® Prior to 30 June 2009 PMBOK® Guide— Third EditionPMP® After 30 June 2009 PMBOK® Guide— Fourth EditionCAPM® Prior to 31 July 2009 PMBOK® Guide— Third EditionCAPM® After 31 July 2009 PMBOK® Guide— Fourth Edition 29
  30. 30. PMBOK® Guide—Fourth Edition: PMI Published Translations Arabic Japanese Chinese (Simplified) Portuguese (Brazilian) German Russian French Spanish Italian KoreanAll translations are scheduled to be published Q2 2009 30
  31. 31. Thank you.Making project management indispensable for business results.® For more information please visit PMI’s website at the following hyperlink: 31