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586 ©2013 Project Management Institute. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide) – Fifth Edition INDEX See also Plan Risk Responses process Risk reviews, 354 Risks, secondary, 343, 348, 562 Risk score, 332 Risk threshold, 311, 560 Risk tolerance, 311, 329, 560 Risk transference, 344, 560 Risk urgency assessment, 332, 560 Role(s), 264, 316, 560 Rolling wave planning, 45, 131, 152, 560 ROM. See Rough order of magnitude Root cause analysis, 92, 325, 561 Rules of performance measurement, 149, 199 S Safety, 267 Salience model, stakeholder analysis, 396 Scatter diagram, 238, 561 Schedule, 561. See also Master schedule; Project schedule; Schedule model Schedule baseline, 191, 196, 233, 561. See also Baseline schedule; Control Schedule process as output, 181, 385 updates, 347 Schedule compression, 190, 561 Schedule compression techniques crashing, 181 fast tracking, 158, 181 Schedule control. See Control Schedule process Schedule data, 142, 191, 561 as input, 188 as output, 184 Schedule development. See Develop Schedule process Schedule forecasts, 561 as input, 89 as output, 190 Schedule management plan, 142, 561. See also Develop Schedule process criteria and activities established by, 148–149 as input, 150, 154, 162, 167, 175, 321, 335 updates, 191, 347 Schedule model, 142, 561 Schedule network analysis, 561. See also Backward pass; Critical chain method; Critical path method; Resource leveling Schedule network templates, 561 Schedule performance index (SPI), 89, 149, 189, 219, 561 Schedule variance (SV), 89, 149, 189, 218, 561 Scheduling methods, 142, 151 overview, 142, 144 Scheduling software, 158, 177 Scheduling tool, 181, 190, 561 Scope, 562. See also Product scope; Project scope Scope baseline, 101, 138, 146, 196, 562. See also Control Scope process elements of, 233 as input, 151, 202–203, 210, 322, 329 as output, 131–132 updates, 140, 347 Scope change, 48, 562 Scope creep, 137, 562 Scope management plan, 138, 562 as input, 113, 121, 127 as output, 109–110 Scope statement. See Project scope statement Secondary risks, 343, 350, 562 Selected sellers, 377, 562 Seller(s), 33. See also Buyer-seller relationship; Project Procurement Management definition, 562 performance-related documentation, 382 prequalified, 361 in project team, 36 qualified seller list, 386 selected, 377, 562 Seller performance evaluation documentation, 382 Seller proposals definition, 562 as input, 373 Sensitivity analysis, 338, 562 Sequence Activities process, 141, 432, 562 inputs, 154–156 outputs, 159–160 overview, 153–154 tools and techniques, 156–159 Sequencing, 154 Licensed To: Jorge Diego Fuentes Sanchez PMI MemberID: 2399412 This copy is a PMI Member benefit, not for distribution, sale, or reproduction.
587 ©2013 Project Management Institute. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide) – Fifth Edition INDEX Sequential relationship, 42–43 Service level agreements (SLAs), 70 Seven basic quality tools (7QC Tools), 236–239, 252, 562 cause-and-effect diagrams, 236 checksheets, 237 control charts, 238 flowcharts, 236 histograms, 238 scatter diagrams, 238 storyboard illustrating, 239 SF. See Start-to-finish Simulation, 180, 562 Single-phase project, 42 SIPOC model, 236, 237 Slack. See Free float; Total float SLAs. See Service level agreements Slippage, 178 SMEs. See Subject matter experts Soft logic, 158.

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