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Project Cost Management

Project Procurement Management

Project Procurement Management

Project Risk Management

Project Risk Management

Project Integration Management

4.4 Monitor & Control Project Work

4.S Perform Integrated Change Management

Project Cost Management

Project Quality Management

Project Quality Management

Project Communications Management

Project Communications Management

The dashed circular arrow indicates that the process is part of the Project Integration Management Knowledge Area. This Knowledge Area coordinate; and unifies the processes from the other Knowledge Areas.

Figure 3-8. Monitoring & Controlling Process Group

The Monitoring and Controlling Process Group (Figure 3-8) includes the following project management processes (Tables 3-32 through 3-41):

3.6.1 Monitor and Control Project Work

Monitor and Control Projcct Work is the process of tracking, reviewing, and regulating the progress to meet the processes performance objectives defined in the Project Management Plan. Monitoring includes status reporting, progress measurement, and forecasting. Performance reports provide information on the project's performance with regard to scope, schedule, cost, resources, quality, and risk, which can be used as inputs to other processes.

Table 3-32. Monitor and Control Project Work: Inputs and Outputs

Inputs ■ Outputs

1. Project management plan

2. Work performance data

3. Performance reports

4. Forecasts

5. Enterprise environmenta factors

6. Organizational process assets v_y

1. Change requests

2. Project management plan updates

3. Project document updates V_/

3.6.2 Perform Integrated Change Control

Perform Integrated Change Control is the proccss of reviewing all change requests, approving changes, and managing changes to the deliverables, organizational proccss assets, projcct documents, and the project management plan.

Table 3-33. Perform Integrated Change Control: Inputs and Outputs

Inputs

Outputs

1. Change requests

1. Change request status

2. Organizational process

update

assets

2. Project management plan

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updates

3. Project document updates

3.6.3 Verify Scope

Verify Scope is the process of formalizing acceptance of the completed project deliverables.

Table 3-34. Verify Scope: Inputs and Outputs

Inputs

II. Scope baseline

2. Stakeholder requirements documentation

3. Requirements traceability matrix

4. Validated deliverables

Outputs

1. Accepted deliverables

2. Change requests

3.6.4 Control Scope

Control Scopc is the process of monitoring the status of the project and product scope and managing changes.

Table 3-35. Control Scope: Inputs and Outputs

Inputs

Outputs

1.

Project management plan

1.

Work performance

2.

Scope baseline

measurements

3.

Work performance data

2.

Change requests

4.

Stakeholder requirements

3.

Organizational process

documentation

assets updates

5.

Requirements traceability

4.

Project management plan

L

matrix

updates

5.

Project document updates

3.6.5 Control Schedule

Control Schedule is the proccss of monitoring the status of the project to update project progress and managing changcs to the schedule.

Table 3-36. Control Schedule: Inputs and Outputs

Inputs

Outputs

1,

Project management plan

1.

Work performance

2.

Project schedule

measurements

3.

Work performance data

2.

Organizational process

4.

Organizational process

assets updates

assets

3.

Change requests

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4,

Project management plan

updates

5.

Project document updates

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Control Costs is the process of monitoring the status of the project to update the project budget and managing changcs to the cost baseline.

Table 3-37. Control Costs: Inputs and Outputs

1. Cost performance baseline

2. Project funding requirements

3. Work performance data

4. Organizational process assets

1. Work performance measurements

2. Forecasted completion

3. Organizational process asset updates

4. Change requests

5. Projectmanagementplan updates

6. Project document updates

3.6.7 Perform Quality Control

Perform Quality Control is the process of monitoring and recording results of executing the Quality Plan activities to assess performance and recommend necessary changes.

Table 3-38. Perform Quality Control: Inputs and Outputs

Inputs

1. Quality management pian

2. Quality metrics

3. Quality checklists

4. Work performance measurement

5. Approved change requests

6. Deliverables

7. Organizational process assets

Outputs

1. Quality contro! measurements

3. Validated deliverables

4. Organizational process asset updates

5. Change requests

6. Projectmanagementplan updates

7. Project document updates

3.6.8 Report Performance

Report Performance is the proccss of collccting and distributing performance information including status reports, progress measurements, and forecasts.

Table 3-39. Report Performance: inputs and Outputs

Inputs

1. Projectmanagementplan

2. Work performance data

3. Work performance measurements

4. Organizational process assets

Outputs

1. Performance reports

2. Organizational process assets updates

3. Change requests

3.6.9 Monitor and Control Risks

Monitor and Control Risks is the process of executing risk response plans, tracking identified risks, monitoring residual risks, identifying new risks, and evaluating the risk process throughout the project.

Table 3-40. Monitor and Control Risks: Inputs and Outputs

Inputs ■ Outputs

1. Risk register

2. Risk management plan

3. Work performance data

4. Performance reports

1. Risk register updates

2. Organizational process assets updates

3. Change requests

4. Project management plan updates

5. Project document updates

3.6.10 Administer Procurements

Administer Procurements is the process of managing procurement relationships, monitoring contract performance, and making changes and corrections as needed. It includes the contract and relationship between the buyer and seller, reviewing and documenting how a seller is performing or has performed and, when appropriate, managing the contractual relationship with the external buyer of the project.

Table 3-41. Administer Procurements: Inputs and Outputs

Inputs ■ Outputs

1. Procurement documents

2. Procurement management plan

3. Selected sellers

4. Performance reports

5. Approved change requests

6. Work performance data

1.

Procurement

documentation

2.

Organizational process

assets updates

3.

Change requests

4.

Project management

plan updates

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