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Project Masters, Evelyn Millhouse Fort, PMP certified since 2015. Communications professional with over 30 years, experience providing marketing and corporate. communications solutions, Principal with the Forte Development. Corporation and she also, Part time Project Masters instructor. THE REVISED PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF, KNOWLEDGE PMBOK GUIDE SIXTH EDITION.
EVELYN MILLHOUSE FORT PMP, PROJECT MASTERS INC, APRIL 17 2018. Seminar Sponsored by System Source, System Source Learning Center. 10480 Little Patuxent Parkway Suite 700, Columbia MD 21044. INTRODUCTION, Objectives Topics, History of the PMBOK Guide. Discussion of PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition, HISTORY OF THE PMBOK GUIDE.
When Developed in 1983, Who By Project Management Institute PMI volunteers. Purpose To create a project management body of knowledge. HISTORY OF THE PMBOK GUIDE, Today that document is the global. standard for project management known, the Project Management Body of. Knowledge PMBOK Guide Sixth, CHANGE HAPPENS, Everything Changes including publications. Dictionaries change to reflect changes in word usages. March 2018 Dictionary Updates, Oxford English Dictionary OED added more than 700 new words.
and senses, The Merriam Webster Webster Dictionary added 850 new words. and definitions such as, Silver Alert informs the public when an elderly person goes. Chiweenie a cross between a Chihuahua and a dachshund. Dumpster fire a disastrous event, Harissa a spicy North African chili paste. PMBOK GUIDE SIXTH EDITION, Released in September 2017. Core team of 100 global practitioners volunteers, Revisions are based on the input from the project.
management community, 8 500 comments were received during development. FOCUS SCOPE OF THE CHANGES, The focus was to review all. comments for incorporation, Alignment with ISO 21500. Harmonization with other, relevant PMI standards, Consider project manager role. delineations study results and, other PMI research studies.
Review other research, PMBOK LAYOUT AND FORMAT, Consists of. Part 1 A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK Guide. Part 2 The Standard for Project Management, Part 3 Appendices Glossary and Index. Appendix X1 Sixth Edition Changes, Appendix X2 Contributors and Reviewers of the PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition. Appendix X3 Agile Iterative and Hybrid Project Environments. Appendix X4 Summary of Key Concepts for Knowledge Areas. Appendix X5 Summary of Tailoring Considerations for Knowledge Areas. Appendix X6 Tools and Techniques, Table of Contents is followed by List of Tables and Figures. WHAT ARE THE CHANGES, Rules for harmonization between glossary terms and the PMI Lexicon of project management terms.
Rules for handling inputs and outputs, Rules for handling tools and techniques. Project Management Plan, Introduction, Environment in which projects operate. The role of the project manager, Knowledge Area front material. key concepts, trends and emerging practices, tailoring considerations. considerations for agile adaptive environments, Knowledge Area and Process Changes.
WHAT ARE THE CHANGES CONT, Rules for harmonization between glossary terms and the PMI Lexicon of project. management terms, For terms found in both the PMBOK Guide and the PMI Lexicon the definition. from the PMI Lexicon was used, For terms used in the PMBOK Guide but not found in the PMI Lexicon but. found in other relevant PMI standards they were to be made identical. WHAT ARE THE CHANGES CONT, Rules for handling inputs and outputs. Fundamental Rules, Project Document Rules, Project Management Plan Rules.
Sequencing Rules, WHAT ARE THE CHANGES CONT, Rules for handling tools and techniques. Reduced the number of tools and techniques by focusing on those currently used on. most projects most of the time, Grouped some of the most commonly used tools and techniques by their intent. Data gathering, Data analysis, Data representation. Decision making, Communications skills, Interpersonal and team skills. Developed a chart of tools and techniques in Appendix 6. Rules for harmonization between glossary terms and the PMI Lexicon of project management terms For terms found in both the PMBOK Guide and the PMI Lexicon the definition from the PMI Lexicon was used For terms used in the PMBOK Guide but not found in the PMI Lexicon but found in other relevant PMI standards they were to be made identical 13 WHAT ARE THE CHANGES CONT Rules

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