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Minggu, 07 April 2013

PMBOK® 5th Control Communications & Control Stakeholder Management)



MAJOR CHANGES ON PROCESSES, IN A NUTSHELL
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The PMBOK® Guide 5th, compared to its predecessor …
… adds 4 processes to plan the management of knowledge areas
… introduces 2 new controlling processes (Control Communications & Control Stakeholder Management)
… merges 2 processes (Distribute Information and Report Performance) into a revisited process (Manage Communications)
… reallocates 2 processes in the new stakeholder knowledge area
This edition of the PMBOK® Guide details 47 processes.
The PMBOK® Guide 5th edition introduces the following processes:
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The set of processes exposed by the PMBOK® Guide 4th edition is the following:
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Stakeholder Engagement -What’s New in PMBOK 5

Stakeholder Management is one of the fundamental areas of Project Management, and the level of adoption can effectively make or break your Project. The Project Management Institute has taken due cognizance of this and has incorporated ‘Project Stakeholder Management’ as a distinct Knowledge Area in the 5th edition of the PMBOK guide. It contains two processes which were part of the Communications Management knowledge area in the 4th edition and some new processes.
Stakeholder Management are 4 process:
  • Initiating -Identify Stakeholders
  • Planning – Plan Stakeholder Management
  • Executing – Manage Stakeholder Engagement
  • Monitoring & Controling -Control Stakeholder Management
13.1 Identify Stakeholder
This process has been moved from the Communications Management knowledge area without significant changes.
2 Plan Stakeholder Management
As each knowledge area now features a process creating a management plan, so here is the one on stakeholder management.
This process also introduces a new artefact in section 13.2.2.3: The Stakeholders Engagement Assessment Matrix (see Figure 13-7). It maps stakeholders regarding their current and desired levels of engagement into unaware, resistant, neutral, supportive and leading categories.
13.3 Manage Stakeholder Engagement
This is the yet another process that moved from the communications management knowledge area. It’s previous name was Manage Stakeholder Expectations and again, no significant changes were applied.
13.4 Control Stakeholder Engagement
The goal of this new process is to monitor overall stakeholder relationships and adjust strategies and plans for engaging them. So basically another control process without any surprises.

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