A Guide to Project Management

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Unformatted text preview: d, the PMI Standards Manager will review comments received with the PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group and will work with the developer(s) and others as needed to incorporate appropriate comments. If the comments are major, the PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group may elect to repeat the Exposure Draft review process. When the PMI Standards Manager and the PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group have approved a proposed PMI Standards Document, the Manager will promptly submit the document to the PMI Executive Director for final review and approval. The PMI Executive Director will verify compliance with procedures and ensure that member input was sufficient. PMI Executive Director will a) approve the document as submitted; b) reject the document; or c) request additional review, and will provide explanatory comments in support of the chosen option. 164 NAVIGATION LINKS ACROYMNS LIST ACRONYMS LIST ACROYMNS LIST A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) 2000 Edition 2000 Project Management Institute, Four Campus Boulevard, Newtown Square, PA 19073-3299 USA Appendix A--The Project Management Institute Standards-Setting Process A.3 ADOPTION OF NONORIGINAL WORKS AS STANDARDS Standards Documents that are the work of other organizations or individuals will be handled as follows: Any person or organization may submit a request to the PMI Standards Manager to consider a non-PMI publication as a PMI Standard. The Manager will submit all proposals received to the PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group who, with the Manager, will decide whether to accept or reject each proposal. If accepted, the Manager will appoint, subject to review and approval by the PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group, at least three knowledgeable individuals to review and comment on the material. During the review period, the Manager will solicit the formal input of the Managers of other PMI Programs (e.g., Certification, Education, Components, and Publishing) that may be affected by the future publication of the material as a PMI Standard. Based on comments received, the Member Advisory Group, with the Manager, will decide whether to a) accept the proposal as written as a PMI Standard, b) accept the proposal with modifications and/or an addendum as a PMI Standard, c) seek further review and comment on the proposal (that is, additional reviewers and/or issuance as an Exposure Draft), or d) reject the proposal. The Manager will inform the submitter as to the decision and the rationale for the decision. When the PMI Standards Manager and the PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group have approved a proposed PMI Standards Document, the Manager will promptly submit the document to the PMI Executive Director for final review and approval. The Manager will prepare a proposal for the PMI Executive Director for consideration of a prospective relationship with the owner(s) of the material. The PMI Executive Director will verify compliance w...
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