cmgt411 | undergraduate
Project Planning Management
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Scope Management Plan and Schedule Management Plan
- Compare a product scope statement and a project scope statement.
- Apply best practices to the creation of a scope baseline.
- Differentiate schedule development from schedule control.
- Apply best practices to the creation of a schedule baseline.
Communication Management Plan and Plan Quality Management
- Perform a stakeholder analysis of requirements, expectations, influence, and communication.
- Determine a project's communication requirements including the information to be communicated, resources involved, frequency, and time frame.
- Differentiate quality assurance from quality control.
- Apply best practices to the creation of a quality baseline.
Risk Management Plan and Procurement Management Plan
- Analyze the effects of risk by identifying, assessing and combining the probability of occurrence and impact.
- Develop measures that reduce the possibility of impact of negative risks and increase the possibility of positive risks.
- Determine project resources to be acquired and the source(s) of those resources.
Cost Management and Staffing Management Plan
- Develop cost estimating, cost budget, and cost baseline.
- Apply best practices to the creation of cost control.
- Define team acquisition, team development, and team management activities using a responsibility assignment matrix (RAM).
- Define the importance of establishing the project charter and overall goals.
- Describe project planning integration and its connection to the project management plan.
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