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Calendar updates (resource calendar), 173 Calendars, two types of, 172 Cancellation, completeness of the work before, 148 CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management), 3 code of ethics, 419 moving on to PMP, 8 CAPM exam, 7-9

preparing for, 405 qualifying for, 7 testing tips, 406-407 tips for passing, 405-407 what you must know, 407-415 CAPM exam application, 7-8 CAPM exam objectives, 9 Case study (Litke Greenhouse and Nursery), 369-372

architectural design procurement, 370 bidder conference hosting, 371 contract negotiation, 371-372 marketing procurement, 370 procurement planning, 370 procurement processes, 369-370 vendor selection, 371 wildlife procurement, 370 Case study (Riverside Community Park Project), 47-51

change control, 51 deliverables, 47-48 phases of, 48-50 Cause-and-effect diagrams, 244-245, 321 CCB (change control board), 121, 243 CCM (critical chain method), of scheduling, 184-185

CCS (change control system), 118, 121 CD-ROM (with this book), 427-429

practice questions on, 10-11 tracking chapter scores, 11 what is on, 10-11 Centralized contracting, 363 Change control, 51, 83-84, 121, 138,

149-150, 211 Change control system, 149, 151 Change decisions, 149 Change management, 138 Change requests, 118, 121-122, 173, 215, 302, 337

approved, 69, 139, 150-151, 241, 244 for a contract, 365-366 documenting, 148, 150, 211 from project team, 276 reasons for, 150-151 Changes, project planning and, 66-67 Changes in project scope, planning for, 150 Chapter score tracker, on CD, 11 Characteristics of staff, 268 Charter (project), 64-65, 139 creating, 114

developing, 65-66, 106-114 information in, 106-107 updating, 107 Charter authorization, 64-65 Charts, for HR planning, 264-265 Checklists for HR planning, 262 for quality, 240, 244, 249 for risk identification, 320 Closing process group, 61-63 Closing a project, 90-91, 123 Closing project contracts, 91 Code of accounts, in WBS, 146 Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct (PMI), 5, 8, 417-425 adhering to fairness value, 422-423 adhering to honesty, 423-424 adhering to respect value, 421-422 responsibility as project manager, 419-421

vision and applicability, 418-419 Code of Professional Conduct (PMP), 379-390 Coding structure, project, 185-186 Coercive power of project manager, 271 Collective bargaining agreements, 261 Commercial databases, 203 Commercial duration estimating databases, 175

Communications, 413 demand for, 294 effective, 21

enterprise environment factors of, 292 flow of, 291

identifying requirements for, 293-294 organizational process assets of, 292-293 planning for, 75, 291-296 preparing for, 292 with stakeholders, 294 Communications breakdown, 289 Communications channels, formula for, 294 Communications factors, 290, 297-298 Communications foundation, 290-291 Communications management, 289-311 Communications management plan, 81, 116,

263, 302 Communications media, 290 Communications model, 290-291 Communications plan, creating, 295-296 Communications requirements, 109 Communications skills, 296 Communications technologies, 295, 297-298 Community Park Project case study, 47-51 project change control, 51 project deliverables, 47-48 project phases, 48-50 Competency of project team members, 266 Completeness of the work before cancellation, 148 Compliance issues of staff, 268 Composite organizations, 43 Compromising, in conflict resolution, 275 Computer-driven scheduling, 166 Configuration identification, 122 Configuration management, 150 Configuration management requirements, 144 Configuration management system,

117-118, 150 Configuration status accounting, 122 Configuration verification and auditing, 122 Conflict management, 22 Conflict resolution, 275 Confronting, in conflict resolution, 275 Constrained optimization, 110 Constraints, 143

as process inputs, 91-92

documenting, 64-65

in project management plan, 293

Project Management Made Easy

Project Management Made Easy

What you need to know about… Project Management Made Easy! Project management consists of more than just a large building project and can encompass small projects as well. No matter what the size of your project, you need to have some sort of project management. How you manage your project has everything to do with its outcome.

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