Define Activities von Sean Whitaker

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Define Activities“ von Sean Whitaker ist Bestandteil des Kurses „PMP Training – Become a Project Management Professional (EN)“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Define Activities
  • Tools and Techniques

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. The scope baseline is an important input because it contains the WBS and we need to break the WBS work packages down into activities in order to define them.
  2. The scope baseline is an important input because it contains the scope statement and we need to use the scope statement to produce a WBS.
  3. The scope baseline is an important input because it contains the stakeholder register which gives us useful information about stakeholder expectations.
  4. The scope baseline is of no use to us when defining activities.
  1. Rolling wave planning means planning work in the short term in detail and doing less detailed planning for work further away.
  2. Rolling wave planning means redoing faulty work to ensure it is correct.
  3. Rolling wave planning means only planning work the day before it is due to be done.
  4. Rolling wave planning means constantly re-planning work to be done.
  1. Activity list and activity attributes.
  2. Scope statement and milestone list.
  3. WBS and WBS dictionary.
  4. Requirements documentation and requirements tractability matrix.

Dozent des Vortrages Define Activities

 Sean Whitaker

Sean Whitaker

The instructor, Sean Whitaker, BA, MSc, MBA, PMP, has helped thousands of people all around the world to pass the PMP® examination. He has written several books on the topic, and regularly teaches and speaks about it. Sean is passionate about his profession and about helping other project managers to obtain the PMP® credential. He is renowned for being able to explain complex ideas in a simple manner that is easy to understand. Sean draws on his considerable experience as a practicing project manager having successfully managed projects in the fields of IT, telecommunications and construction.

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