Introduction aux domaines de connaissance PM - Partie 1
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Introduction aux domaines de connaissance PM - Partie 1

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    Gorky G.
    MX
    Gorky G.

    IT IS VERY INTERESTING TO REMEMBER THE COMPONENTS OF A PROJECT, STARTUP, SCOPE, TIMES AND COSTS. REMEMBER AND LEARN NEW THINGS.

    Gail R.
    US
    Gail R.

    Defining scope is pivotal to the success of the entire project.

    Bernard N.
    KE
    Bernard N.

    The longest path to the project completion is the critical path in the course notes ;but in the take away, the shortest path through the project diagram is the critical path.I don't get it!

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    Time, cost, quality, scopes are basic need for project Project Management include, quality control, team member ,start up integration, selection, communication, risk and project procurement of materials and supplies ,time management, customer management, participants, processes planning, training skills, increase the cost of product, pressure to meet project goals before the project termination phase, communication plan, and labor . Project manager must know the project description scope, product acceptance criteria, project deliverable, project exclusion, project constraints and project assumption and represent cost estimate in flowchart, diagrams and bar- graphs Project management must know the project description of the difficulties that make the project to succeeds, extreme delays, extreme budgets over run inadequate results, dis satisfied customers. high stress among the project team and other like undesirable out come. Project management must know the project description of start up, scope, time, and cost. the project management has been divided into components and the project manager must have knowledge, of start up and integration, project scope, schedule and time management, cost and budgets, quality management, HR and Team mates, information technology, communication, project reporting, procurement and risk management. other are flow chart diagrams, time cost scope and quality. Project manager must know the project description scope, product acceptance criteria, project deliverable, project exclusion, project constraints and project assumption and represent cost estimate in flowchart, diagrams and bar- graphs. 2015-04-30 17:04:19 Criteria in choosing project selection model and nature, operating necessity, the competitive necessity, product line extension, comparative benefit, pay back period, average rate of return, discounted cash flow, profitability return. by identifying the task in the project management for example start up, project scope, time and project cost and budget, quality management, human resource management and team member, communication and risk management, procurement, information management, monitoring and evaluation, control. However, Project manager must know the project description scope, product acceptance criteria, project deliverable, project exclusion, project constraints and project assumption and represent cost estimate in diagrams and graphs. Project cost and budget, quality management, human resource management and team member, communication and risk management, procurement, information management, monitoring and evaluation, control. However, Project manager must know the project description scope, product acceptance criteria, project deliverable, project exclusion, project constraints and project assumption and represent cost estimate in flowchart, diagrams and bar- graphs

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    During the project start up phase, the project leader develops the project infrastructure plan to be used to design and execute the project. A team is formed to create agreement among the stakeholders on the project goals cost and the completion date. Plan for executing project, the managing the schedule,quality and controlling the budget are created. The Scope statement establishes the project parameters that define what will be done. The project scheduled begins with the milestone schedule followed by WBS and a project diagrams. The shortest project path through the project path is called the critical path . The different between the completion of the critical path and the project finish date is called the project float. The shortening the critical project path is called crashing project. The cost estimate begins with a conceptual or ballpark estimate that is followed by a ROM estimate. The project budget is determine from the cost of the task in WBS. Cost are monitor during the project and estimated cost are adjusted if the cost vary from the expectation.

    Hatem A.
    LY
    Hatem A.

    Pm knowledge Areas: integration, Scope, time, cost,quality, communication, human resource, risk, and procurement. Pm knowledge Areas processes are categorized based on the subject they cover.

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    PK
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    Malik Sajid H.
    PK
    Malik Sajid H.

    Scope-describes the boundaries of the project. It defines what is included and what is not included. Time - How long the project will take and the resources needed to deliver the project Cost - the price tag to deliver the project

    Rodolfo T.
    PH
    Rodolfo T.

    Scope - describes the boundaries of the project. It defines what is included and what is not included. Time - How long the project will take and the resources needed to deliver the project Cost - the price tag to deliver the project

    Rodolfo T.
    PH
    Rodolfo T.

    This course is based on PMBOK 4 which only has 9 Knowledge areas, PMBOK 5 has 10 knowledge areas, this includes stakeholders management

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