A Guide to Project Management

Requirements on larger projects with multiple product

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Unformatted text preview: nts, will be handled as follows: Prospective developer(s) will submit a proposal to the PMI Standards Manager. The Manager may also request such proposals. The Manager will submit all received proposals to the PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group who, with the Manager, will decide whether to accept or reject each proposal. 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 NAVIGATION LINKS ACROYMNS LIST ACRONYMS LIST 163 ACROYMNS LIST Appendix A--The Project Management Institute Standards-Setting Process Appendix A ment ment geE L geE PL P The Manager will inform the prospective developer(s) as to the decision and the rationale for the decision. If an approved proposal requires funding in excess of that budgeted for standards development, the Manager will submit the proposal to the PMI Executive Director for funding. For all approved and funded proposals, the Manager will support the developer's efforts so as to maximize the probability that the end product will be accepted. Developer(s) will be required to sign the PMI Volunteer Assignment of Copyright. When the proposed material has been completed to the satisfaction of the developer(s), the developer(s) will submit the material to the PMI Standards Manager. The PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group, with the Manager, will review the proposed material and decide whether to initiate further review by knowledgeable individuals or request additional work by the developer(s). 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. Based on comments received, the Member Advisory Group will decide whether to accept the material as an Exposure Draft. The PMI Standards Manager will develop a plan for obtaining appropriate public review for each Exposure Draft. The plan will include a) a review period of not less than one month and not more than six months, b) announcement of the availability of the Exposure Draft for review in PM Network (and/or any other similarly appropriate publication media), and c) cost of review copies. The PMI Standards Program Member Advisory Group must approve the Manager's plan for public review. Each Exposure Draft will include a notice asking for comments to be sent to the PMI Standards Manager at the PMI Headquarters and noting the length of and expiration date for the review period. Exposure Drafts will be published under the aegis of the PMI Publishing Division and must meet the standards of that group regarding typography and style. 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. At the conclusion of the review perio...
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