Project Management Process for a Project von Sean Whitaker

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Über den Vortrag

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

  • Project Management Processes for a Project
  • Initiating
  • Planning
  • Executing
  • Closing

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. There are 5 domain groups, 10 knowledge areas and 47 processes in the PMBOK® Guide.
  2. There are 10 domain groups, 5 knowledge areas and 47 processes in the PMBOK® Guide.
  3. There are 5 domain groups, 47 knowledge areas and 10 processes in the PMBOK® Guide.
  4. There are 10 domain groups, 47 knowledge areas and 5 processes in the PMBOK® Guide.
  1. There are 6 processes in the Project Integration Management knowledge area?
  2. There are 5 processes in the Project Integration Management knowledge area?
  3. There are 7 processes in the Project Integration Management knowledge area?
  4. There are 4 processes in the Project Integration Management knowledge area?
  1. There are 2 initiating processes in the PMBOK® Guide.
  2. There are no initiating processes in the PMBOK® Guide.
  3. There are 3 initiating processes in the PMBOK® Guide.
  4. There are 4 initiating processes in the PMBOK® Guide.
  1. The 5 domain groups are Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling, Closing.
  2. The 5 domain groups are Instigation, Planning, Doing, Monitoring & Controlling, Closing.
  3. The 5 domain groups are Initiating, Planning, Doing, Monitoring & Checking, Closing.
  4. The 5 domain groups are Initiating, Preparing, Executing, Monitoring & Checking, Closing.
  1. The bulk of project closure activities occur at the end of the project life cycle but they begin during the project life cycle with planning for closure.
  2. The bulk of project closure activities occur at the beginning of the project life cycle.
  3. Project closure activities occur at the end of the project life cycle only.
  4. Project closure activities occur at the end of the project life cycle but a small portion is done during project initiation.
  1. Approximately 13% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on initiating tasks.
  2. Approximately 10% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on initiating tasks.
  3. Approximately 30% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on initiating tasks.
  4. Approximately 22% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on initiating tasks.
  1. Approximately 24% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on planning tasks.
  2. Approximately 13% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on planning tasks.
  3. Approximately 30% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on planning tasks.
  4. Approximately 4% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on planning tasks.
  1. Approximately 30% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on executing tasks.
  2. Approximately 13% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on executing tasks.
  3. Approximately 50% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on executing tasks.
  4. Approximately 22% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on executing tasks.
  1. Approximately 25% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on executing tasks.
  2. Approximately 10% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on executing tasks.
  3. Approximately 4% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on executing tasks.
  4. Approximately 33% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on executing tasks.
  1. Approximately 7% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on closing tasks.
  2. Approximately 17% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on closing tasks.
  3. Approximately 27% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on closing tasks.
  4. Approximately 37% of questions in the PMP Examination will focus on closing tasks.

Dozent des Vortrages Project Management Process for a Project

 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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