3.22. Bringing the Processes Together

This chapter covered a tremendous amount of information; the planning process group is the largest project management process group. In addition to understanding each process individually, you'll also need to understand how the processes work together. Understanding that bigger picture will help you with situational exam questions, as well as utilizing the project management processes in a real-world setting.

Now that you have a strong grasp of how the outputs from various processes become the inputs for other processes, you understand why some processes must occur before others can move forward. For example, in order to create the project management plan, we require the results of the initiating process ...

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