COMP3120_05_Project_Management_Processes_2010

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MANAGING SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT COMP 3120 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES Chris Johnson, Elisa Baniassad, Mark Grundy
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Chris Johnson, Elisa Baniassad, Mark Grundy 2 Agenda Project Processes Project Management Process Groups Common Project Management Process Interactions Initiating Process Group Planning Process Group Executing Process Group Monitoring and Controlling Process Group Closing Process Group
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Chris Johnson, Elisa Baniassad, Mark Grundy 3 Processes A process is a set of interrelated or interacting activities performed to achieve a given purpose. In general, a process uses resources to transform inputs into outputs. In every case, inputs are turned into outputs because some kind of work, activity, or function is carried out. Inputs Process (Transformation) Controls/Constraints Resources/Mechanisms Outputs
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Chris Johnson, Elisa Baniassad, Mark Grundy 4 Project Processes A process is set of interrelated actions and activities performed to achieve a pre-specified product, result or service. (PMBOK 4 th ed.) For project success we need to select and perform the processes necessary to achieve project outcomes Projects involve both management and product oriented (engineering) processes Projects management and product oriented processes interact during a project Projects exit within an organisation and cannot operate as a closed system
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COMP3120 - Managing Software Development Chris Johnson, Elisa Baniassad, Mark Grundy 5 Processes Groups Initiating Process Group Planning Process Group Executing Process Group Monitoring and Controlling Process Group Closing Process Group The Process groups are not phases
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