Artifacts

The diagram shows the relationships between the eight project definition phase deliverables. The eight P's of project management are:
* Stakeholder
* Team
* Uncertainty
* Measurement
* Delivery
* Project Work
* Planning
* DALC

These deliverables are all interrelated and interdependent. They are also iterative, meaning that they are constantly being updated and refined as the project progresses.

The project manager is responsible for ensuring that all of the project definition phase deliverables are completed and that they are of high quality. This is a critical phase of the project, as it sets the foundation for the rest of the project.

PMBOK7 Principles, Performance Domains, and Artifacts: How Do They Work Together?

Discover how the principles, performance domains, and artifacts of PMBOK7 work together in this comprehensive article.

PMBOK

Overview of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition – Lesson 3 Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Jeff Bongiovani’s Overview of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition – Lesson 3 being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You may w...

PMP Training

Overview of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition – Lesson 2 Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Jeff Bongiovani’s webinar, Overview of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition – Lesson 2, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members....

Project Communication

Overview of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition – Lesson 1 Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Jeff Bongiovani’s webinar, Overview of the PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition – Lesson 1, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members....

Managing A Hybrid-ScrumBan Project with MS Project Agile

Many times, managing a Hybrid-Agile project with a sole Lean-Agile approach doesn’t meet the needs of an organization, the expectations of stakeholders, required delivery frequency of customers, or ad...

Building A Sprint Backlog with All Scrum Events in MS Project Agile

One of the key artifacts in a Scrum Project is the Sprint Backlog, with others being the Product Backlog and (Product) Increment. The Sprint Backlog is prepared during the Sprint Planning event, and i...

Project Requirements Management – Part 1: Introduction to Requirements Management Transcription

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Walter Stinnett’s session, Introduction to Requirements Management, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You may wish to...

Top Frustration #2: End to End Risk Management

Imagine you are managing a large project, which is strategically important and complex. At the outset, you realize there will be a number of risks, which if not managed well, could paralyze the outcom...

Troubleshooting in Lean-Agile Development

Many project managers utilize a Lean-Agile approach when there is high change or churn in project requirements, significant lack of clarity in scope, high complexity to their projects, and/or a larger...