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Project Time Management

Postby komal Wed Aug 16, 2017 4:04 pm

How to justify Schedule Management plan is major input to project management plan process ?
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Re: Project Time Management

Postby manishpn Wed Aug 16, 2017 6:05 pm

am not sure if I understand this question
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Re: Project Time Management

Postby pmp_learner Wed Aug 16, 2017 7:39 pm

I am not sure if I understand your question correctly and how far you are with your PMP study. But I am guessing that you want to know how come Schedule Management Plan is an Input (or feeds in) to Project Management Plan.

Project planning is an iterative process. Schedule management plan is one of the subsidiary plan of Project Management Plan

The subsidiary plans include, but are not limited to:
1.Scope Management Plan
2.Schedule Management Plan
3.Cost Management Plan
4.Quality Management Plan
5.Human Resource Plan
6.Communications Management Plan
7.Risk Management Plan
8.Procurement Management Plan

All these plans are completed in an iterative process and feeds in information to Project MGMT plan.

Hope this helps.

Manish/Saket : Please provide your feedback/comments if my understanding is not correct.

Thanks - Kavita
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Re: Project Time Management

Postby nazrulq Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:01 am

There are other Plans to which feed into Project Management Plan
1. Stakeholder Management Plan
2. Integration management Plan.
3. Process Improvement Plan. (Subsidiary Plan of Quality Management Plan)
4. Requirement Management Plan ( Subsidiary Plan of Scope Management Plan)
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Re: Project Time Management

Postby Pawanrec Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:35 pm

time management
Presentation page 24 network schedule diagram and
Saket video about network diagram in forward and backward are completely opposite in meaning

so please help in understanding it which one is correct as its very critical to understand it
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Re: Project Time Management

Postby pmp_learner Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:47 pm

Hi Pawan,
which presentation you are referring to.. izenbridge's time management?
Thanks
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Re: Project Time Management

Postby nazrulq Sat Aug 19, 2017 3:09 am

Schedule Management Plan is a subsidiary plan of Project Management Plan. Schedule Management Plan is not a input rather Project Management Plan is a input of Plan Schedule Management. Output of that is Schedule Management Plan.
In fact Project Management plan is the input of all 8 Management Plan except Integration and stakeholder knowledge area (Develop Project Management Plan, Plan Stakeholder Management Plan)

Project Management Plan describes how project will be executed , monitored and controlled. All subsidiary plans described earlier. Updating of Project Management happens as project progresses!
Refer to any out put of Monitoring and Controlling Process!

Hopefully it helps!

Ref. to PMBOK Page-76.
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Re: Project Time Management

Postby manishpn Sun Aug 20, 2017 5:46 pm

pmp_learner wrote:I am not sure if I understand your question correctly and how far you are with your PMP study. But I am guessing that you want to know how come Schedule Management Plan is an Input (or feeds in) to Project Management Plan.

Project planning is an iterative process. Schedule management plan is one of the subsidiary plan of Project Management Plan

The subsidiary plans include, but are not limited to:
1.Scope Management Plan
2.Schedule Management Plan
3.Cost Management Plan
4.Quality Management Plan
5.Human Resource Plan
6.Communications Management Plan
7.Risk Management Plan
8.Procurement Management Plan

All these plans are completed in an iterative process and feeds in information to Project MGMT plan.

Hope this helps.

Manish/Saket : Please provide your feedback/comments if my understanding is not correct.

Thanks - Kavita

yes your understanding is correct , thank you for your explaination
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