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Title: Project Management Certificate Program validate project controls


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Project Management Certificate Program
validate project controls
  • Module 10

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Module Objectives
  • By module end, you will be able to
  • Understand how to address the management of
    Scope, Schedule, Budget and Quality
  • Understand the purpose for using these processes
    for the project or phase
  • Understand what tools will be used to plan the
    management of Scope, Schedule, Budget and Quality

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Validate Project Controls
  • Validate Project Controls is performed to plan
    how to address Quality, Risk and Change Control
  • The primary purpose is to plan for basic control
    of the project during the executing portion of
    the project

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Validate Project Controls
  • The main outcomes from this project step are
  • Change Control plans for Scope, Schedule and Cost
  • Performance measurement criteria for Schedule and
    Cost parameters
  • Risk management approaches
  • Risk identification
  • Risk response plans

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Validate Project Controls
  • In Validate Project Controls 9 processes are
    used 6 PMBOK processes and 3 implied processes
  • Plan Scope Management (implied process)
  • Plan Schedule Management (implied process)
  • Plan Cost Management (implied process)
  • Plan Quality
  • Plan Risk Management
  • Identify Risk
  • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Plan Risk Responses
  • This session will focus on the first 4 processes

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Plan Scope Management
  • Creates the Scope Management Plan
  • Describes how the team will manage changes to
    project scope
  • May also include information on other scope
    related items
  • Development of scope statement
  • Development of the WBS
  • Performance of scope verification

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Plan Scope Management This process plans how to manage project scope Plan Scope Management This process plans how to manage project scope Plan Scope Management This process plans how to manage project scope
Inputs Tools and Techniques Outputs
Project Scope Statement Work Breakdown Structure Enterprise Environmental Factors Organizational Process Assets Expert Judgment Templates, forms, standards Project Scope Management Plan
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Plan Scope Management
  • Think about the practical application of this
    process
  • Process Documents
  • Document Templates
  • Process Tasks
  • Think About It Exercise

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Must Know Concepts
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Plan Schedule Management
  • Creates the Schedule Management Plan
  • Describes how the team will manage changes to
    project schedule
  • May also include information on other schedule
    related items
  • Development of schedule
  • Development of the activity duration estimates
  • Measurement of schedule performance

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Plan Schedule Management This process plans how to manage the project schedule Plan Schedule Management This process plans how to manage the project schedule Plan Schedule Management This process plans how to manage the project schedule
Inputs Tools and Techniques Outputs
Project Schedule Baseline Enterprise Environmental Factors Organizational Process Assets Expert Judgment Change Control System Earned Value Analysis Project Schedule Management Plan
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Plan Schedule Management
  • Think about the practical application of this
    process
  • Process Documents
  • Document Templates
  • Process Tasks
  • Think About It Exercise

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Must Know Concepts
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Plan Cost Management
  • Creates the Cost Management Plan
  • Describes how the team will manage changes to the
    budget
  • May also include information on other scope
    related items
  • Development of cost elements
  • Development of the budget
  • How cost performance will be measured

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Plan Cost Management This process plans how to manage the project budget Plan Cost Management This process plans how to manage the project budget Plan Cost Management This process plans how to manage the project budget
Inputs Tools and Techniques Outputs
Project Budget Enterprise Environmental Factors Organizational Process Assets Expert Judgment Change Control System Earned Value Analysis Project Cost Management Plan
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Plan Cost Management
  • Think about the practical application of this
    process
  • Process Documents
  • Document Templates
  • Process Tasks
  • Think About It Exercise

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Must Know Concepts
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Plan Quality
  • Quality must be planned-in, not inspected-in
  • Quality in project management means delivering
    precisely what is promised
  • When a project team delivers on-time, within
    budget and has satisfied all scope requirements,
    quality has been achieved

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What is Quality?
  • PMBOK The degree to which a set of inherent
    characteristics fulfills requirements.
  • Quality attributes Specific characteristics for
    which a product is designed and tested

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What is Quality?
  • Grade vs. Quality
  • Grade is a ranking for items that serve the same
    function.
  • A category or rank used to distinguish items that
    have the same functional use but do not share the
    same requirements for quality

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What is Quality Management?
  • Primary Goals
  • Reduce or eliminate waste
  • Process improvement
  • Primary Benefits
  • Improved product quality
  • Greater customer satisfaction
  • Higher morale
  • Increased efficiency

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What is the Impact of Poor Quality?
  • Costs of Fixing Errors
  • Increased Costs
  • Low Morale
  • Lower Customer Satisfaction
  • Increased Risk
  • Requirements Design Development Implement

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Plan Quality This process indentifies project quality standards and defines how they will be satisfied Plan Quality This process indentifies project quality standards and defines how they will be satisfied Plan Quality This process indentifies project quality standards and defines how they will be satisfied
Inputs Tools and Techniques Outputs
Scope Baseline Stakeholder Register Cost Performance Baseline Schedule Baseline Risk Register Enterprise Environmental Factors Organizational Process Assets Cost-Benefit Analysis Cost of Quality Control Charts Benchmarking Design of Experiments Statistical Sampling Flowcharting Proprietary Quality Management Methodologies Additional Quality Planning Tools Quality Management Plan Quality Metrics Quality Checklists Process Improvement Plan Project Document Updates
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Plan Quality
  • Think about the practical application of this
    process
  • Process Documents
  • Document Templates
  • Process Tasks
  • Think About It Exercise

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Must Know Concepts
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MODULE Review
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