Chapter 3 Project Process Groups
A boss says, “you do it,” a leader says, “Let's do it”.
Project management is accomplished by applying knowledge and skills while using tools and standard processes to meet project objectives. A project moves through a defined set of process groups, from the initial definition of need to the final release of resources. While these process groups are well defined, it is not necessary to apply them consistently across all projects. Because all projects are unique, it is the project manager, along with the project team and sponsors, who determines how each project will move through the process groups. This is determined during project planning and is how the methodology ...
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