Stakeholder Performance Domain

The stakeholder performance domain is a new concept introduced by the new PMBOK 7 as one of the 8 performance domains. It includes all necessary processes and actions to engage current or future parties who are interested in the project, who has the potential to affect outcomes of the project, or who are somehow affected by the project

Manage Quality Process

The quality management process is an execution process that involves conducting the necessary audits to ensure quality as specified in the quality management plan, documenting these audit results, and ensuring that the right processes are applied correctly throughout the project.

Procurement Management in PMBOK

Every project needs a certain amount of resources to achieve results. These physical resources or human resources that will contribute to the project as a service can be obtained from inside the organization or can be obtained from outside the organization.

Plan Quality Management Process

In the planning process of Quality Management, the main goal is to create a plan that shows how to manage and confirm quality throughout the project. In this process, we define the quality standards of the project, take into account the scope of the project, the risks, and requirements that it contains, and thus reducing outputs with defects and therefore we prevent the repetition of these errors.

Identify Risks Process in PMBOK

Previously in the process map, you have prepared a guide on how to manage project risk through the process of planning risk management. Next is the identify risks process, which involves finding and identifying risks that have the potential to have a positive or negative impact on the project. Yes, you have heard it right. Even though the term "risk" sounds a little bit negative, a risk can be both positive or negative. Positive risks are often called as "opportunities".

Organizational Process Assets

We see that each project management process has its own specific inputs. Organizational process assets, on the other hand, are a concept that appears as input in the vast majority of processes, which can create input in quite a lot of areas. In simple terms, organizational process assets are rules, assets, procedures, and sources of information based on the organization that can be useful for the successful conclusion or positive progress of the project.

Manage Communications Process

According to the PMBOK, approximately around 75-90 percent of a project manager's working time is consumed by formally or informally communicating about the project. Therefore, it is quite easy to predict that the correct management of communications in project management directly affects the success of the project.

Plan Risk Management Process

Beforehand, we've mentioned in our blog that the basic logic of risk management is to increase the positive effects of the risks that may occur within the scope of the project and to increase the probability of success of the project by minimizing its negative effects. Like all other knowledge areas, risk management has a plan that needs to be dealt with in great detail.

Control Costs Process

Sometimes in life, we want to see if things go the way we planned. And sometimes we have to be sure of that. In projects, it is also necessary to monitor the current state and course of project costs, update when the presence of situations that are not going well and the need for correction is detected, and manage deviations by comparing the current situation with the cost baseline.

Determine Budget Process

During the estimate costs process, we created a cost estimate for each activity. Here is the process of determining the budget, a process in which these cost estimates are combined and the project budget is created and the cost baseline is revealed.