In this episode, Ricardo talks about two terms that appear very often throughout the PMBOK® Guide and usually generate a lot of questions from those who are starting in project management.
PMBOK® Guide (Project Management Body of Knowledge)
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In this podcast, Ricardo concludes the series of five podcasts on the PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition. He talks about the reasons behind the creation of processes "5.1", "6.1" and "7.1", Plan Scope Management, Plan Schedule Management and Plan Cost Management, respectively. He comments on how best to use these processes, taking into account the project complexity.
In this podcast, Ricardo continues to talk about the chapter 13 of the PMBOK® 5th Edition, Stakeholder Management. In this second podcast, Ricardo explains how to execute and control the Stakeholder Management Plan.
Make your own Processes Flow! Download the canvas and the processes shown in the video. Print them and make the flow at your company or classroom.
Video from my personal files. Great memories! Understand the processes of the PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition in a simple way! I created the process flow for the first time in 1998 when I was studying for the PMI PMP Exam. Since then, I have decided to publish this kind of video in order to help people to lose their fear and learn that they can benefit from the process and approach in their projects.
Photos of the recording session of the PMBOK(R) Guide Process Flow Development.
In this podcast, Ricardo talks about the chapter 13 of the PMBOK® 5th Edition, Stakeholder Management. Ricardo comments on the characteristics of the four processes that have been grouped together in this new knowledge area. In the next podcast, Ricardo continues to talk about how to execute and control the Stakeholder Management Plan.
In this podcast, Ricardo talks about the main differences between the fourth and the fifth edition of the PMBOK ® Guide. He introduces the 10th knowledge area, Stakeholders, created for the fifth edition, and comments on the news in every other knowledge area, that together have a total of 47 processes, three more than in the fourth edition of the Guide.
In this podcast, Ricardo talks about the fifth edition of the PMBOK® Guide, which is the most popular reference on project management. Ricardo comments on the new features of this new version of the standard and presents his new video, showing the development of the new processes flow, that you can download on the site.
The processes from the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) — Fifth Edition are separated into colors according to their respective knowledge areas.
Under the supervision of Paul Dinsmore, and the coordination of Adriane Cavalieri, this book brought together 18 project management professionals. The PMBOK concepts are explained, with examples, solved exercises, simulated issues and articles on specific subjects.
In this podcast, Ricardo discusses the definition of the word "project". He says that the word "project" has two meanings. The first is related to the endeavor needed to produce a unique product or service, as presented in the PMBOK® Guide.
In this podcast, Ricardo presents the PMBOK Guide (c) 4th Edition process flow. In the flow, the 42 processes of PMBOK are organized based on the natural project flow and not by the knowledge area. The final artwork of the flow is available for free download at www.ricardo-vargas.com (download area).
In this podcast Ricardo talks about the changes related to the Procurement processes, where some of the 6 processes described in the third edition of the PMBOK Guide were melted, resulting in 4 process at the PMBOK 4th Edition. This new structure gave more clarity and fluidity for the readers, summing up all the procurement process with the verbs "Plan", "Conduct", "Administer" and "Close".
In this podcast, Ricardo talks about the changes related to the Integration and Scope Management at the PMBOK Guide 4th edition. He discusses the removal of the process related to the preliminary scope statement and the insertion of the process to collect requirements as the first process of scope management. Moreover, Ricardo analyses the reasons, the implications and the benefits of the change.