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TALLER DE CONSULTORÍA DE

INGENIERÍA CIVIL
Clase 05
PROJECT MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK KNOWLEDGE AREAS
Project Management Process Groups
Knowledge
Area Planning Executing Monitoring & Closing
Initiating Process
Processes Controlling Process
Group Process Group Process Group Process Group Group
• Develop Project • Monitor and
Charter • Direct and
Project Control Project • Close
• Develop Project Manage
Management • Develop Work
Integration Management Plan Project Project
Preliminary Project • Integrated Change
Execution
Scope Statement Control

• Scope Planning
Project Scope • Scope Verification
Management • Scope Definition
• Scope Control
• Create WBS
• Activity Definition
• Activity Sequencing
• Activity Resource
Project Time Estimating
Management • Schedule Control
• Activity Duration
Estimating
• Schedule
Development
Project Cost • Cost Estimating
Management • Cost Control
• Cost Budgeting

Project • Perform
• Perform Quality
Quality • Quality Planning Quality
Management Control
Assurance
SCOPE VERIFICATION
• The process of obtaining the stakeholders’ formal
acceptance of the completed project scope and
associated deliverables
• It includes reviewing the project deliverables to ensure
that each is completed satisfactorily
• If the project is terminated early, the scope verification
process should establish and document the level and
extent of completion
• It differs from quality control in that scope verification
is concerned with the acceptance of the deliverables,
while quality control is concerned with meeting quality
requirements specified for the deliverables
• Quality control is performed before scope verification,
but they can be performed in parallel
SCOPE VERIFICATION
Monitoring & Controlling Process Groups Project Scope Management

Inputs
.1 Project Scope Statement
Tools &
.2 WBS Dictionary
Techniques Output
.3 Project Scope Management Plan
.4 Deliverables

• Project Scope Statement, which includes the product’s description and its
acceptance criteria
• WBS Dictionary, which is used to verify that the deliverables being
produced and accepted are included in the approved project scope
• Project Scope Management Plan, which provides guidance on how the
project scope will be defined, documented, verified, managed and
controlled by the PM team
• Deliverables, which are those services, products or elements that have
been fully or partially completed by the project
SCOPE VERIFICATION
Monitoring & Controlling Process Groups Project Scope Management

Tools & Techniques


Input Output
.1 Inspection

• Inspection, which includes activities such as measuring, examining,


and verifying to determine whether work and deliverables meet
requirements and product acceptance criteria
• Include reviews, product reviews, audits, and/or walkthroughs
SCOPE VERIFICATION
Monitoring & Controlling Process Groups Project Scope Management

Outputs
Tools &
Input Techniques
.1 Accepted Deliverables
.2 Requested Changes
.3 Recommended Corrective Actions

• Documented accepted deliverables, as well as unaccepted


deliverables and the reasons for non-acceptance. It includes
supporting documentation received from the client of his/her
acceptance of the project’s deliverables
• Request Changes and Recommended Corrective Actions if there are
changes on the scope
SCOPE CONTROL
Monitoring & Controlling Process Groups Project Scope Management

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Outputs
T e c h ni q u e s
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.2 Work Breakdown

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all requested changes and
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Management Plan
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Control
.6 Approved Change
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.7 Work Performance
is used to manage the actual changes when
they occur and is integrated with the other
control processes.
SCOPE CONTROL
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
• Change Control System
– It defines the procedures by which the project scope can be changed
– It includes the documentation, tracking systems, and approval levels
needed for authorizing changes
• Variance Analysis
– Project performance measurements are used to assess the magnitude
of variation
– It includes determining the cause of variance relative to the project
baseline and deciding whether corrective action is required
• Replanning
– If approved changes affect the scope, then changes to the WBS, scope
statement and scope management plan may be needed.
• Configuration Management System
– It provides procedures for the status of the deliverables, and assures
that requested changes to the project scope are thoroughly
considered and documented before being processed through the
Integrated Change Control process
SCOPE CONTROL
Monitoring & Controlling Process Groups Project Scope Management

Tools &
Inputs T e c h ni q u e s Outputs
.1 Project Scope .1 Change Control System .1 Project Scope Statement
Statement .2 Variance Analysis (Updates)
.2 Work Breakdown .2 Work Breakdown
.3 Replanning
Structure (Updates)
Structure .4 Configuration .3 WBS Dictionary
.3 WBS Dictionary (Updates)
Management System
.4 Project Scope .4 Scope Baseline
Management Plan (Updates)
.5 Performance Reports .5 Requested Changes
.6 Recommended
.6 Approved Change
Corrective Action
Requests
.7 Organizational Process
.7 Work Performance Assets (Updates)
Information .8 Project Management
Plan (Updates)