Project Management CH 3

  1. Closing Process
    formalizing acceptance of the project or project phase and ending it efficiently
  2. Executing Processes
    coordinating people and other resources to carry out the project plans and produce the products, services, or results of the project or project phase
  3. Initiating Processes
    defining and authorizing a project or project phase
  4. Kick-off Meeting
    a meeting held at the beginning of a project so that stakeholders can meet each other, review the goals of the project, and discuss future plans
  5. Methodology
    describes how things should be done
  6. Monitoring and Controlling Processes
    regularly measuring and monitoring progress to ensure that the project team meets the project objectives
  7. Planning Processes
    devising and maintaining a workable scheme to ensure that the project addresses the organization's needs
  8. Process
    a series of actions directed toward a particular result
  9. Project Management Process Groups
    the progression of project activities from initiation to planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing
  10. PRojects IN Controlled Environments (PRINCE2)
    a project management methodology developed in the U.K. that defines 45 sreparate sub-processes and organizes these into eithg process groups
  11. Rational Unified Process (RUP)
    an iterative software development process that focuses on team productivitiy and delivers software best practices to all team members
  12. Six Sigma Methodologies
    DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) is used to improve an existing business process and DMADV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, and Verify) is used to create new product or process designs
  13. Stakeholder Register
    a document that includes details related to the identified project stakeholders
  14. Standard
    describes best practices for what should be done
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Project Management CH 3
Chapter 3