Revising the Directing a Project Process
As you revise the process, make sure that you’re clear on how the activities are triggered. Most activities happen in response to something from the Project Manager. For example, the first activity, ‘Authorize Initiation’, is triggered when the Project Manager finalises the Project Brief and submits it to the board together with a ‘Request to initiate a project’.
To help plan your revision, have a look at the following checklists – one for each exam – and make sure that you’re clear on every point. If you can’t tick off an item with confidence, that will warn you that you need to go and have another look at that area. If you’ve already passed the Foundation and are focusing on the Practitioner, still have a look at the Foundation checklist to be sure you’re still clear on that information.
Revision checklist – Foundation
Check out the items on the following list. If you’re not confident on any of them, don’t tick them off until you’ve revised them again.
The purpose statement, to the point that you can quickly recognise it and associate it with this process, and so that you can identify phrases belonging to it for ‘missing words’ Foundation questions.
The fact that this process is overwhelmingly about making decisions – four of the five ...