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Unformatted text preview: Week 10: Project Execution project integration management PMBOK, pps. 55-58 Schwalbe, Chap 6 (229-241) Practices to aid PM in directing and managing stakeholders: Coordinate planning and execution Develop and use soft skills (leadership, team building, communication, motivation, negotiation, conflict management, problem solving) Provide a supportive organizational culture Break the rules when needed Capitalize on product, business, and application area knowledge (expertise is applied accordingly) Use project execution tools and techniques Deliverables product or services produced or provided as part of a project. MBWA (management by wandering around) informally observing and talking to project team members, suppliers, and stakeholders as much as possible to assess collect and communicate work performance data. Work performance data can be summarized with a milestone report. [236, 6-2] Change requests require a well defined process and standard forms to handle both formal and informal change requests. [237,6-3] Problems during execution ( first 5 problems should have been addressed during project initiation or planning)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course PJM 5900 taught by Professor Georgepatterson during the Spring '11 term at Northeastern.
- Spring '11