PMBOK 5 Vs PMBOK 6 , detailed differences of Table Of Contents

Pmbok 5
Project Management Knowledge Areas

Project environment
Role Of project Manager
Intro Project Knowledge Area
Project Management Process Group ( IPE M&C C)


1.1Overview & purpose of this guide
1.1.1The standard for project management
1.1.2Common Vocabulary
1.1.3Code Ethics and Profesional Conduct
1.2Foundational Elements
1.2.2The importance of project management
1.2.3Relationship of project program portfolio & operational management
1.2.4Components of the guide
1.2.6Project Management Business Documents

The environment  of
which projects operate
2.2Enterprise Environmental Factors
2.2.1EEFs Internal to organization
2.2.2EEFs External to organization
2.3Organizational process assets
2.3.1Process Policies & procedures
2.3.2Organizational knowledge repositories
2.4Organizational Systems
2.4.2Organizational Governance Frameworks
2.4.3Management elements
2.4.4Organizational structure types
The role Of the project manager
3.2Definition of project manager
3.3The project manager sphere of influence
3.3.2Definition of a project manager
3.3.3The project manager’s sphere of influences Overview The Project The Organization The Industri Professional Discipline Across Discipline
3.4Project Manager Competences
3.4.2Technical Project management skills
3.4.3Strategic & business management skills
3.4.4Leadership skills
3.4.5Comparation of leadership and management
3.5Performing Integration
3.5.1Performing Integration at The process level
3.5.2Integration at the context level
3.5.3Integration at the cognitive level
3.5.4Integration & complexity
Project Integration
4.1Develop Project charter
4.1.1Develop Project charter: input
4.1.2Develop Project charter: tool & techniques
4.1.3Develop Project charter: outputs
4.2Develop Project  Management Plan
4.2.1Develop Project  Management Plan:input
4.2.2Develop Project  Management Plan: tool & techniques
4.2.3Develop Project  Management Plan: Output
4.3Direct and manage Project work
4.3.1Direct and manage Project work:input
4.3.2Direct and manage Project work: tool & techniques
4.3.3Direct and manage Project work: Output
4.4Manage Project Knowledge
4.4.1Manage Project Knowledge: input
4.4.2Manage Project Knowledge: tool & techniques
4.4.3Manage Project Knowledge:output
4.5Monitor & Control Project Works
4.5.1Monitor & control Project Works: input
4.5.2Monitor & control Project Works: tool & techniques
4.5.3Monitor & control Project Works:output
4.6Perform Integrated change control
4.6.1Perform Integrated change control: input
4.6.2Perform Integrated change control: tool & techniques
4.6.3Perform Integrated change control:output
4.7Close Project or phase
4.7.1Close Project or phase: input
4.7.2Close Project or phase: tool & techniques
4.7.3Close Project or phase:output
Project Scope Management
5.1Plan Scope Management
5.1.1Plan Scope Management: input
5.1.2Plan Scope Management: tool & techniques
5.1.3Plan Scope Management:output
5.2Collect requirements
5.2.1Collect requirements: input
5.2.2Collect requirements: tool & techniques
5.2.3Collect requirements:output
5.3Define scope
5.3.1Define scope: input
5.3.2Define scope: tool & techniques
5.3.3Define scope:output
5.4Create WBS
5.4.1Create WBS: input
5.4.2Create WBS: tool & techniques
5.4.3Create WBS:output
5.5Validate Scope
5.5.1Validate Scope: input
5.5.2Validate Scope: tool & techniques
5.5.3Validate Scope:output
5.6Control Scope
5.6.1Control Scope: input
5.6.2Control Scope: tool & techniques
5.6.3Control Scope:output
Project Schedule Management
6.1Plan Schedule Management
6.1.1Plan Schedule Management: input
6.1.2Plan Schedule Management: tool & techniques
6.1.3Plan Schedule Management:output
6.2Define Activities
6.2.1Define Activities: input
6.2.2Define Activities: tool & techniques
6.2.3Define Activities:output
6.3Sequence Activities
6.3.1Sequence Activities: input
6.3.2Sequence Activities: tool & techniques
6.3.3Sequence Activities:output
6.4Estimate Activity Durations
6.4.1Estimate Activity Durations: input
6.4.2Estimate Activity Durations: tool & techniques
6.4.3Estimate Activity Durations:output
6.5Develop Schedule
6.5.1Develop Schedule: input
6.5.2Develop Schedule: tool & techniques
6.5.3Develop Schedule:output
6.6Control schedule
6.6.1Control schedule: input
6.6.2Control schedule: tool & techniques
6.6.3Control schedule:output
Project Cost Management
7.1Plan cost Management
7.1.1Plan cost Management: input
7.1.2Plan cost Management: tool & techniques
7.1.3Plan cost Management:output
7.2Estimate costs
7.2.1Estimate costs: input
7.2.2Estimate costs: tool & techniques
7.2.3Estimate costs:output
7.3Determine Budget
7.3.1Determine Budget: input
7.3.2Determine Budget: tool & techniques
7.3.3Determine Budget:output
7.4Control Cost
7.4.1Control Cost: input
7.4.2Control Cost: tool & techniques
7.4.3Control Cost:output
Project Quality Management
8.1Plan Quality Management
8.1.1Plan Quality Management: input
8.1.2Plan Quality Management: tool & techniques
8.1.3Plan Quality Management:output
8.2Manage Quality
8.2.1Manage Quality: input
8.2.2Manage Quality: tool & techniques
8.2.3Manage Quality:output
8.3Control Quality
8.3.1Control Quality: input
8.3.2Control Quality: tool & techniques
8.3.3Control Quality:output
Project Resource Management
9.1Plan resource Management
9.1.1Plan resource Management: input
9.1.2Plan resource Management: tool & techniques
9.1.3Plan resource Management:output
9.2Estimate Activity resources
9.2.1Estimate Activity resources: input
9.2.2Estimate Activity resources: tool & techniques
9.2.3Estimate Activity resources:output
9.3Acquire Resources
9.3.1Acquire Resources: input
9.3.2Acquire Resources: tool & techniques
9.3.3Acquire Resources:output
9.4Develop Team
9.4.1Develop Team: input
9.4.2Develop Team: tool & techniques
9.4.3Develop Team:output
9.5Manage team
9.5.1Manage team: input
9.5.2Manage team: tool & techniques
9.5.3Manage team:output
9.6Control Resources
9.6.1Control Resources: input
9.6.2Control Resources: tool & techniques
9.6.3Control Resources:output
Project Communication Management
10.1Plan Communication Management
10.1.1Plan Communication Management: input
10.1.2Plan Communication Management: tool & techniques
10.1.3Plan Communication Management:output
10.2Manage Communications
10.2.1Manage Communications: input
10.2.2Manage Communications: tool & techniques
10.2.3Manage Communications:output
10.3Monitor Communication
10.3.1Monitor Communication: input
10.3.2Monitor Communication: tool & techniques
10.3.3Monitor Communication:output
Project Risk Management
11.1Plan risk management
11.1.1Plan risk management: input
11.1.2Plan risk management: tool & techniques
11.1.3Plan risk management:output
11.2Identify risk
11.2.1Identify risk: input
11.2.2Identify risk: tool & techniques
11.2.3Identify risk:output
11.3Perform qualitative risk analysis
11.3.1Perform qualitative risk analysis: input
11.3.2Perform qualitative risk analysis: tool & techniques
11.3.3Perform qualitative risk analysis:output
11.4Perform quantitative risk analysis
11.4.1Perform quantitative risk analysis: input
11.4.2Perform quantitative risk analysis: tool & techniques
11.4.3Perform quantitative risk analysis:output
11.5Plan risk responses
11.5.1Plan risk responses: input
11.5.2Plan risk responses: tool & techniques
11.5.3Plan risk responses:output
11.6Implement risk responses
11.6.1Implement risk responses: input
11.6.2Implement risk responses: tool & techniques
11.6.3Implement risk responses:output
11.7Monitor risks
11.7.1Monitor risks: input
11.7.2Monitor risks: tool & techniques
11.7.3Monitor risks:output
Project Procurement Management
12.1Plan procurement
12.1.1Plan procurement: input
12.1.2Plan procurement: tool & techniques
12.1.3Plan procurement:output
12.2Conduct Procurements
12.2.1Conduct Procurements: input
12.2.2Conduct Procurements: tool & techniques
12.2.3Conduct Procurements:output
12.3Control Procurements
12.3.1Control Procurements: input
12.3.2Control Procurements: tool & techniques
12.3.3Control Procurements:output
Project Stakeholder Management
13.1Identify Stakeholder engagement
13.1.1Identify Stakeholder engagement: input
13.1.2Identify Stakeholder engagement: tool & techniques
13.1.3Identify Stakeholder engagement:output
13.2Plan stakeholder engagement
13.2.1Plan stakeholder engagement: input
13.2.2Plan stakeholder engagement: tool & techniques
13.2.3Plan stakeholder engagement:output
13.3Manage stakeholder engagement
13.3.1Manage stakeholder engagement: input
13.3.2Manage stakeholder engagement: tool & techniques
13.3.3Manage stakeholder engagement:output
13.4Monitor Stakeholder engagement
13.4.1Monitor Stakeholder engagement: input
13.4.2Monitor Stakeholder engagement: tool & techniques
13.4.3Close Project or phase:output
1.1Project & Project Management
1.2Relationships among  project program portfolio & operational management
1.3Linking organizational governance and project governance
1.4Project success and benefit management
1.5The project life cycle
1.6Project stakeholders
1.7Role of project manager
1.8Project management knowledge areas
1.9Project management process group
1.10Enterprise environmental factors and organizational process asset
1.11Tailoring the project artifacts
Initiating Process Group
2.1Develop Project charter
2.2Identify Stakeholder
2.2.1Project Management Plan components
2.2.2Project Documents Examples
2.2.3Project Documents Plan Updates
2.2.4Project Documents Updates
Planning Process Group
3.1Develop Project management Plan
3.2Plan Scope Management
3.2.1Project Management Plan components
3.3Collect requirements
3.3.1Project Management Plan components
3.3.2Project Documents Examples
3.4Define Scope
3.4.1Project Management Plan components
3.4.2Project Documents Examples
3.4.3Project Documents Updates
3.5Create WBS
3.5.1Project Management Plan components
3.5.2Project Documents Examples
3.5.3Project Documents Updates
3.6Plan schedule Management
3.6.1Project Management Plan components
3.7Define activities
3.7.1Project Management Plan components
3.7.2Project Documents Updates
3.8Sequence Activities
3.8.1Project Management Plan components
3.8.2Project Documents Examples
3.8.3Project Documents Updates
3.9Estimate activity durations
3.9.1Project Management Plan components
3.9.2Project Documents Examples
3.9.3Project Documents Updates
3.10Develop schedule
3.10.1Project Management Plan components
3.10.2Project Documents Examples
3.10.3Project Documents Plan Updates
3.10.4Project Documents Updates
3.11Plan cost management
3.11.1Project Management Plan components
3.12Estimate Costs
3.12.1Project Management Plan components
3.12.2Project Documents Examples
3.12.3Project Documents Updates
3.13determine Budget
3.13.1Project Management Plan components
3.13.2Project Documents Examples
3.13.3Project Documents Updates
3.14Plan quality management
3.14.1Project Management Plan components
3.14.2Project Documents Examples
3.14.3Project Documents Plan Updates
3.14.4Project Documents Updates
3.15Plan resource management
3.15.1Project Management Plan components
3.15.2Project Documents Examples
3.15.3Project Documents Updates
3.16Estimates activity resources
3.16.1Project Management Plan components
3.16.2Project Documents Examples
3.16.3Project Documents Updates
3.17Plan communications management
3.17.1Project Management Plan components
3.17.2Project Documents Examples
3.17.3Project Documents Plan Updates
3.17.4Project Documents Updates
3.18Plan risk Management
3.18.1Project Management Plan components
3.18.2Project Documents Examples
3.19Identify risk
3.19.1Project Management Plan components
3.19.2Project Documents Examples
3.19.3Project Documents Updates
3.20Perform qualitative risk analysis
3.20.1Project Management Plan components
3.20.2Project Documents Examples
3.20.3Project Documents Updates
3.21Peform quantitative risk analysis
3.21.1Project Management Plan components
3.21.2Project Documents Examples
3.21.3Project Documents Updates
3.22Plan risk responses
3.22.1Project Management Plan components
3.22.2Project Documents Examples
3.22.3Project Documents Plan Updates
3.22.4Project Documents Updates
3.23Plan Procurement Management
3.23.1Project Management Plan components
3.23.2Project Documents Examples
3.23.3Project Documents Updates
3.24Plan Stakeholder engagement
3.24.1Project Management Plan components
3.24.2Project Documents Examples
Executing Process group
4.1Direct & manage Project work
4.1.1Project Management Plan components
4.1.2Project Documents Examples
4.1.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.1.4Project Documents Updates
4.2Manage Project Knowledge
4.2.1Project Management Plan components
4.2.2Project Documents
4.2.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.3Manage Quality
4.3.1Project Management Plan components
4.3.2Project Documents Examples
4.3.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.3.4Project Documents Updates
4.4Acquire Resources
4.4.1Project Management Plan components
4.4.2Project Documents Examples
4.4.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.4.4Project Documents Updates
4.5Develop team 
4.5.1Project Management Plan components
4.5.2Project Documents Examples
4.5.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.5.4Project Documents Updates
4.6Manage Team
4.6.1Project Management Plan components
4.6.2Project Documents Examples
4.6.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.6.4Project Documents Updates
4.7Manage Communications
4.7.1Project Management Plan components
4.7.2Project Documents Examples
4.7.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.7.4Project Documents Updates
4.8Implement Risk Responses
4.8.1Project Management Plan components
4.8.2Project Documents Examples
4.8.3Project Documents Updates
4.9Conduct Procurements
4.9.1Project Management Plan components
4.9.2Project Documents Examples
4.9.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.9.4Project Documents Updates
4.10Manage Stakeholder Engagement
4.10.1Project Management Plan components
4.10.2Project Documents Examples
4.10.3Project Documents Plan Updates
4.10.4Project Documents Updates
Monitoring & Controlling Process Group
5.1Monitoring & control Project work
5.1.1Project Management Plan components
5.1.2Project Documents Examples
5.1.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.1.4Project Documents Updates
5.2Perform Integrated change control
5.2.1Project Management Plan components
5.2.2Project Documents Examples
5.2.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.2.4Project Documents Updates
5.3Validate scope
5.3.1Project Management Plan components
5.3.2Project Documents Examples
5.3.3Project Documents Updates
5.4Control Scope
5.4.1Project Management Plan components
5.4.2Project Documents Examples
5.4.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.4.4Project Documents Updates
5.5Control Schedule
5.5.1Project Management Plan components
5.5.2Project Documents Examples
5.5.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.5.4Project Documents Updates
5.6Control Costs
5.6.1Project Management Plan components
5.6.2Project Documents Examples
5.6.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.6.4Project Documents Updates
5.7Control Quality
5.7.1Project Management Plan components
5.7.2Project Documents Examples
5.7.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.7.4Project Documents Updates
5.8Control Resources
5.8.1Project Management Plan components
5.8.2Project Documents Examples
5.8.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.8.4Project Documents Updates
5.9Monitor communications
5.9.1Project Management Plan components
5.9.2Project Documents Examples
5.9.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.9.4Project Documents Updates
5.10Monitor Risks
5.10.1Project Management Plan components
5.10.2Project Documents Examples
5.10.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.10.4Project Documents Updates
5.11Control Procurements
5.11.1Project Management Plan components
5.11.2Project Documents Examples
5.11.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.11.4Project Documents Updates
5.12Monitor stakeholder engagement
5.12.1Project Management Plan components
5.12.2Project Documents Examples
5.12.3Project Documents Plan Updates
5.12.4Project Documents Updates
Closing Process Group
6.1Close Project or phase
6.1.1Project Management plan components
6.1.2Project Documents examples
6.1.3Project Documents Updates


1.1Purpose of the PMBOK® Guide
1.2What is a Project?
1.2.1The Relationships Among Portfolios, Programs, and Projects
1.3What is Project Management?
1.4Relationships Among Portfolio Management, Program Management, Project Management, and Organizational Project Management
1.4.1Program Management
1.4.2Portfolio Management
1.4.3Projects and Strategic Planning
1.4.4Project Management Office
1.5Relationship Between Project Management, Operations Management, and Organizational Strategy
Operations and Project Management
Organizations and Project Management
1.6Business Value
1.7Role of the Project Manager
Responsibilities and Competencies of the Project Manager
Interpersonal Skills of a Project Manager
1.8Project Management Body of Knowledge
2.1Organizational Influences on Project Management
2.1.1Organizational Cultures and Styles
2.1.2Organizational Communications
2.1.3Organizational Structures
2.1.4Organizational Process Assets
2.1.5Enterprise Environmental Factors
2.2Project Stakeholders and Governance
2.2.1Project Stakeholders
2.2.2Project Governance
2.2.3Project Success
2.3Project Team
2.3.1Composition of Project Teams
2.4Project Life Cycle
2.4.1Characteristics of the Project Life Cycle
2.4.2Project Phases
3.1Common Project Management Process Interactions
3.2Project Management Process Groups
3.3Initiating Process Group
3.4Planning Process Group
3.5Executing Process Group
3.6Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
3.7Closing Process Group
3.8Project Information
3.9Role of the Knowledge Areas
4.1Develop Project Charter
4.1.1Develop Project Charter: Inputs
4.1.2Develop Project Charter: Tools and Techniques
4.1.3Develop Project Charter: Outputs
4.2Develop Project Management Plan
4.2.1Develop Project Management Plan: Inputs
4.2.2Develop Project Management Plan: Tools and Techniques
4.2.3Develop Project Management Plan: Outputs
4.3Direct and Manage Project Work
4.3.1Direct and Manage Project Work: Inputs
4.3.2Direct and Manage Project Work: Tools and Techniques
4.3.3Direct and Manage Project Work: Outputs
4.4Monitor and Control Project Work
4.4.1Monitor and Control Project Work: Inputs
4.4.2Monitor and Control Project Work: Tools and Techniques
4.4.3Monitor and Control Project Work: Outputs
4.5Perform Integrated Change Control
4.5.1Perform Integrated Change Control: Inputs
4.5.2Perform Integrated Change Control: Tools and Techniques
4.5.3Perform Integrated Change Control: Outputs
4.6Close Project or Phase
4.6.1Close Project or Phase: Inputs
4.6.2Close Project or Phase: Tools and Techniques
4.6.3Close Project or Phase: Outputs
5.1Plan Scope Management
5.1.1Plan Scope Management: Inputs
5.1.2Plan Scope Management: Tools and Techniques
5.1.3Plan Scope Management: Outputs
5.2Collect Requirements
5.2.1Collect Requirements: Inputs
5.2.2Collect Requirements: Tools and Techniques
5.2.3Collect Requirements: Outputs
5.3Define Scope
5.3.1Define Scope: Inputs
5.3.2Define Scope: Tools and Techniques
5.3.3Define Scope: Outputs
5.4Create WBS
5.4.1Create WBS: Inputs
5.4.2Create WBS: Tools and Techniques
5.4.3Create WBS: Outputs
5.5Validate Scope
5.5.1Validate Scope: Inputs
5.5.2Validate Scope: Tools and Techniques
5.5.3Validate Scope: Outputs
5.6Control Scope
5.6.1Control Scope: Inputs
5.6.2Control Scope: Tools and Techniques
5.6.3Control Scope: Outputs
6.1Plan Schedule Management
6.1.1Plan Schedule Management: Inputs
6.1.2Plan Schedule Management: Tools and Techniques
6.1.3Plan Schedule Management: Outputs
6.2Define Activities
6.2.1Define Activities: Inputs
6.2.2Define Activities: Tools and Techniques
6.2.3Define Activities: Outputs
6.3Sequence Activities
6.3.1Sequence Activities: Inputs
6.3.2Sequence Activities: Tools and Techniques
6.3.3Sequence Activities: Outputs
6.4Estimate Activity Resources
6.4.1Estimate Activity Resources: Inputs
6.4.2Estimate Activity Resources: Tools and Techniques
6.4.3Estimate Activity Resources: Outputs
6.5Estimate Activity Durations
6.5.1Estimate Activity Durations: Inputs
6.5.2Estimate Activity Durations: Tools and Techniques
6.5.3Estimate Activity Durations: Outputs
6.6Develop Schedule
6.6.1Develop Schedule: Inputs
6.6.2Develop Schedule: Tools and Techniques
6.6.3Develop Schedule: Outputs
6.7Control Schedule
6.7.1Control Schedule: Inputs
6.7.2Control Schedule: Tools and Techniques
6.7.3Control Schedule: Outputs
7.1Plan Cost Management
7.1.1Plan Cost Management: Inputs
7.1.2Plan Cost Management: Tools and Techniques
7.1.3Plan Cost Management: Outputs
7.2Estimate Costs
7.2.1Estimate Costs: Inputs
7.2.2Estimate Costs: Tools and Techniques
7.2.3Estimate Costs: Outputs
7.3Determine Budget
7.3.1Determine Budget: Inputs
7.3.2Determine Budget: Tools and Techniques
7.3.3Determine Budget: Outputs
7.4Control Costs
7.4.1Control Costs: Inputs
7.4.2Control Costs: Tools and Techniques
7.4.3Control Costs: Outputs
8.1Plan Quality Management
8.1.1Plan Quality Management: Inputs
8.1.2Plan Quality Management: Tools and Techniques
8.1.3Plan Quality Management: Outputs
8.2Perform Quality Assurance
8.2.1Perform Quality Assurance: Inputs
8.2.2Perform Quality Assurance: Tools and Techniques
8.2.3Perform Quality Assurance: Outputs
8.3Control Quality
8.3.1Control Quality: Inputs
8.3.2Control Quality: Tools and Techniques
8.3.3Control Quality: Outputs
9.1Plan Human Resource Management
9.1.1Plan Human Resource Management: Inputs
9.1.2Plan Human Resource Management: Tools and Techniques
9.1.3Plan Human Resource Management: Outputs
9.2Acquire Project Team
9.2.1Acquire Project Team: Inputs
9.2.2Acquire Project Team: Tools and Techniques
9.2.3Acquire Project Team: Outputs
9.3Develop Project Team
9.3.1Develop Project Team: Inputs
9.3.2Develop Project Team: Tools and Techniques
9.3.3Develop Project Team: Outputs
9.4Manage Project Team
9.4.1Manage Project Team: Inputs
9.4.2Manage Project Team: Tools and Techniques
9.4.3Manage Project Team: Outputs
10.1Plan Communications Management
10.1.1Plan Communications Management: Inputs
10.1.2Plan Communications Management: Tools and Techniques
10.1.3Plan Communications Management: Outputs
10.2Manage Communications
10.2.1Manage Communications: Inputs
10.2.2Manage Communications: Tools and Techniques
10.2.3Manage Communications: Outputs
10.3Control Communications
10.3.1Control Communications: Inputs
10.3.2Control Communications: Tools and Techniques
10.3.3Control Communications: Outputs
11.1Plan Risk Management
11.1.1Plan Risk Management: Inputs
11.1.2Plan Risk Management: Tools and Techniques
11.1.3Plan Risk Management: Outputs
11.2Identify Risks
11.2.1Identify Risks: Inputs
11.2.2Identify Risks: Tools and Techniques
11.2.3Identify Risks: Outputs
11.3Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
11.3.1Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis: Inputs
11.3.2Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis: Tools and Techniques
11.3.3Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis: Outputs
11.4Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
11.4.1Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis: Inputs
11.4.2Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis: Tools and Techniques
11.4.3Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis: Outputs
11.5Plan Risk Responses
11.5.1Plan Risk Responses: Inputs
11.5.2Plan Risk Responses: Tools and Techniques
11.5.3Plan Risk Responses: Outputs
11.6Control Risks
11.6.1Control Risks: Inputs
11.6.2Control Risks: Tools and Techniques
11.6.3Control Risks: Outputs
12.1Plan Procurement Management
12.1.1Plan Procurement Management: Inputs
12.1.2Plan Procurement Management: Tools and Techniques
12.1.3Plan Procurement Management: Outputs
12.2Conduct Procurements
12.2.1Conduct Procurements: Inputs
12.2.2Conduct Procurements: Tools and Techniques
12.2.3Conduct Procurements: Outputs
12.3Control Procurements
12.3.1Control Procurements: In
12.3.2Control Procurements: Tools and Techniques
12.3.3Control Procurements: Outputs
12.4Close Procurements
12.4.1Close Procurements: Inputs
12.4.2Close Procurements: Tools and Techniques
12.4.3Close Procurements: Outputs
13.1Identify Stakeholders
13.1.1Identify Stakeholders: Inputs
13.1.2Identify Stakeholders: Tools and Techniques
13.1.3Identify Stakeholders: Outputs
13.2Plan Stakeholder Management
13.2.1Plan Stakeholder Management: Inputs
13.2.2Plan Stakeholder Management: Tools and Techniques
13.2.3Plan Stakeholder Management: Outputs
13.3Manage Stakeholder Engagement
13.3.1Manage Stakeholder Engagement: Inputs
13.3.2Manage Stakeholder Engagement: Tools and Techniques
13.3.3Manage Stakeholder Engagement: Outputs
13.4Control Stakeholder Engagement
13.4.1Control Stakeholder Engagement: Inputs
13.4.2Control Stakeholder Engagement: Tools and Techniques
13.4.3Control Stakeholder Engagement: Outputs
Appendix X2 Contributors and Reviewers of the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition

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A Manager To make decision, planning,forecast,review ,develop & controlling. Concerned with future, present and past.

  • To manage means to bring about, to accomplish, to have charge of or responsibility for, to conduct.
  • It is about what managers do to make things
  • They define goals, determine the resources – people, finance, work systems and technology – required to achieve the goals, allocate those resources to opportunities and planned activities and ensure that those activities take place as planned in order to achieve predetermined objectives

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Key Success:

  1. Leadership
  2. Effective & efficiency :Manage of works & load
  3. Problem solving
  4. Project management
  5. Balancing management
  6. Strategy Planning


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  • Set standards, and maintain them.
  • Monitor and evaluate performance.
  • Set realistic and achievable objectives.



  • Let people know that personal gain is not as important as team achievement.
  • Communicate regularly.
  • Encourage co-operation and compromise in the event of differences among team members.
  • Keep everyone informed of progress.


  • Explain what is to be done, why and how, coaching
  • Encourage people to be more involved.
  • Get to know people. Help people develop their skills,training
  • Delegate wherever possible.
  • Recognize people’s achievements and contributions.
  • Make any criticism constructive.

 Effective & efficiency :Manage of works & load

  • EFFECTIVE = Doing the right things, meet with needs & expectation
  • EFFICIENT = Doing something in the right way, within the approved budget, timely completed , quality, scope written.
  • Managing Work & load:


Effective Problem solving

  1. Define the problem or issue.
    • Problems v. solutions, Social v. Technical
  2. Gather information.
  3. Create options.
    • logical thinking,creative thinking,brainstorm
  4. Evaluate options.
  5. Make the decisions
  6. Implement the decisions
  7. Follow up and evaluate.

Project management

  • Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet theproject requirements.
  • Make things happen within compliances.

Balancing management

  • Security v. risk-taking
  • Delegation v. personal control
  • Logic v. Inspiration ,innovation
  • Progress(changing) v. Stability
  • Control v. motivation
  • Procedures v. flexibility
  • Responsibility v. authority

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Strategic planning

  • Strategy, a word of military origin, refers to a plan of action designed to achieve a particular goal.
  • Strategic planning is an organization’s process of defining its strategy, or direction, and making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy.


What does Project Manager Do ?

What does Project Manager Do ?

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The project manager :

  • is the person responsible for accomplishing the project objectives.
  • is the person assigned by the performing organization to lead the team that is responsible for achieving the project objectives.
  • Is a Person who leads of Projects
  • Make things happen but not Doing everythings
  • Applied of resources to achieve project objectives
  • Becomes the link between the strategy and the team
  • Big responsibilities, but limited authority


The project manager should be fulfilled some competencies:

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  • Technical Knowledge & Experienced : referring relevant Projects , examples for construction :  rail road, harbour,airport, building etc
  • Project management Knowledge , Performance & Project’s governance
  • Interpersonal Skill : Leadership , Communication, Influencing , Problem solving etc.
  • Organizational & Business processes

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What Does DO ?

Lead of projects from Preparing, Starting, Executing, Controlling & Closing

Preparing :

  • Understand , Clarify to Sales /user of the project’s objectives and the Project’s deliverables
  • Requesting & Preparing Project team, Assigning people to all project roles
  • Defining Strategy , how the team will perform its essential functions
  • Preparing well defined Project management Plan, Project management documents, Business document

Starting :

  • Kick Off meeting : Finalize & stated Project’s deliverables
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  • Informing Project management procesess & Reporting method,KPI, Dashboards

Performing :

  • Doing the tasks: Perform the work that’s in your plan
  • Managing & developing team
  • Key user training
  • User Acceptance

Controlling :

  • Comparing performance with plans
  • Fixing problems that arise
  • Keeping everyone informed

Closing :

  • Handover to Operation
  • Biling statement
  • Closing Project

How to guide in the setting of Project’s objectives ?

Have you ever had this feeling about a project?

  • Always complicated things?
  • Always a complex’s things?
  • . Far Far away , seem like You and Sun
  • Oo Makes us headeache ,  . aspirin .. where is it..

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But you will amaze,  you are within projects in daily life instead.

Makes easier life, makes your more money.

Makes your brand recognition, more reputation, more market share, more trademarks..


Project can be small, medium or larger

  • You plan of your wedding
  • You plan for vacation
  • You changed your colour of room’s wall
  • Man goes to mars
  • We are build of building undersea
  • We are build railway intercountry

So What is Project  ?

Temporary  endeavor undertaken  to create unique product,service,or result.

  • Temporary endeavor  means  Has a definite: Start or Beginning  & Finish or end,  could be short , medium, or  long duration
  • Project’s has Producing Unique’s deliverables : Product  or service or result or combinations.
  • Project should be fulfill objectives.

Thinking what you are done past, and Can you count how many total project have you done, is always success ?

What’s the difference between success and fail ?

If  we built  a bridge, and  collapsed ,  Whats happen.. ?

Criteria to guide in the setting of Project’s objectives,

SMART – Specific , Measurable,  Achievable , Relevant and Timely

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SMART Description Remarks
Specific Clear about what is to be Done, why, how,where.

Where do we want to be, How do we get there, strategic

Target, Objectives, Goals , Project Charter, Project management Plan, project strategy
Measurable Quantify,Trackable,  baseline versus actual works – Result.  be measured against a current baseline.

How to we check we got there

Regularly  report ( issues, problem,mitigating etc) , Reporting status : Percentage completed, S curve ,Earned Value Management
Achievable/ Attainable Who, whom, Achievable within agreed of resources, given available resources. Resources needed detailed
Relevant Reflecting what stakeholders need and want, customers needs & expectation , user requirements Compliances, SIT,UAT, ATP,Commisioning, BAST
Timely When , Constrained by time,  on time target, meet with deadlines,time frame, time limited Proposal, Contract, KOM ,MoM, Project schedule,

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PMBOK 5th 2013 vs PMBOK 6th 2017 : What’s Changed at Processes Descriptions ?

Total Knowledge Areas remain same : 10

  • Pmbok 5’s  Project management processes Description  : 47
  • Pmbok 6’s  Project management processes Description  : 49


A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)–Sixth Edition


No. Areas Pmbok 5’s Descriptions Pmbok 6’s Descriptions Remarks
1 Knowledge Areas Project Integration Management Project Integration Management
Processes Descriptions Develop Project Charter Develop Project charter
Processes Descriptions Develop Project Management Plan Develop Project  Management Plan
Processes Descriptions Direct and Manage Project Work Direct and manage Project work
Processes Descriptions Manage Project Knowledge a New Processes Descriptions at Pmbok 6th
Processes Descriptions Monitor and Control Project Work Monitor & Control Project Works
Processes Descriptions Perform Integrated Change Control Perform Integrated change control
Processes Descriptions Close Project or Phase Close Project or phase
2 Knowledge Areas Project Scope Management Project Scope Management
Processes Descriptions Plan Scope Management Plan Scope Management
Processes Descriptions Collect Requirements Collect requirements
Processes Descriptions Define Scope Define scope
Processes Descriptions Create WBS Create WBS
Processes Descriptions Validate Scope Validate Scope
Processes Descriptions Control Scope Control Scope
3 Knowledge Areas PROJECT TIME MANAGEMENT Project Schedule Management Changed description
Processes Descriptions Plan Schedule Management Plan Schedule Management
Processes Descriptions Define Activities Define Activities
Processes Descriptions Sequence Activities Sequence Activities
Processes Descriptions Estimate Activity Resources Moved to Project Resources
Processes Descriptions Estimate Activity Durations Estimate Activity Durations
Processes Descriptions Develop Schedule Develop Schedule
Processes Descriptions Control Schedule Control schedule
4 Knowledge Areas PROJECT COST MANAGEMENT Project Cost Management
Processes Descriptions Plan Cost Management Plan cost Management
Processes Descriptions Estimate Costs Estimate costs
Processes Descriptions Determine Budget Determine Budget
Processes Descriptions Control Costs Control Cost
5 Knowledge Areas PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT Project Quality Management
Processes Descriptions Plan Quality Management Plan Quality Management
Processes Descriptions Perform Quality Assurance Manage Quality Changed description
Processes Descriptions Control Quality Control Quality
6 Knowledge Areas PROJECT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Project Resource Management Changed description
Processes Descriptions Plan Human Resource Management Plan resource Management  Changed description
Processes Descriptions Estimate Activity resources from Project Time Management
Processes Descriptions Acquire Project Team Acquire Resources
Processes Descriptions Develop Project Team Develop Team
Processes Descriptions Manage Project Team Manage team
Processes Descriptions Control Resources a New Processes Descriptions at Pmbok 6th
7 Knowledge Areas Project Communication Management Project Communication Management
Processes Descriptions Plan Communications Management Plan Communication Management
Processes Descriptions Manage Communications Manage Communications
Processes Descriptions Control Communications Monitor Communication Changed description
8 Knowledge Areas Project Risk Management Project Risk Management
Processes Descriptions Plan Risk Management Plan risk management
Processes Descriptions Identify Risks Identify risk
Processes Descriptions Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Perform qualitative risk analysis
Processes Descriptions Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Perform quantitative risk analysis
Processes Descriptions Plan Risk Responses Plan risk responses
Processes Descriptions Implement risk responses a New Processes Descriptions at Pmbok 6th
Processes Descriptions Control Risks Monitor risks Changed description
9 Knowledge Areas Project Procurement Management Project Procurement Management
Processes Descriptions Plan Procurement Management Plan Procurement
Processes Descriptions Conduct Procurements Conduct Procurements
Processes Descriptions Control Procurements Control Procurements
Close Procurements Deleted at PMBOK 6th, accommodate on Close Project
10 Knowledge Areas Project Stakeholder Management Project Stakeholder Management
Processes Descriptions Identify Stakeholders Identify Stakeholder engagement
Processes Descriptions Plan Stakeholder Management Plan stakeholder engagement
Processes Descriptions Manage Stakeholder Engagement Manage stakeholder engagement
Processes Descriptions Control Stakeholder Engagement Monitor Stakeholder engagement Changed description