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PMBOK
PMBoK Guide –6th Edition
6th®Edition
Boldly going
Chapter where no PM has gone before
discussion

A Brief History of the PMBOK® Guide:


First PMP® awarded
in 1984

First edition of the PMBOK®


Guide published in 1996!

It had 37 processes.
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Monitoring /
Initiating Planning Executing Closing
Controlling
Project Plan Development Project Plan Execution Overall Change
Integration Control
Initiation Scope Planning Scope Verification
Scope Scope Definition Scope Change
Control
Activity Definition Schedule Control
Activity Sequencing
Time
Activity Duration Estimating 1st Edition
Schedule Development

Resource Planning Cost Control


Cost Cost Estimating
Cost Budgeting

Quality Quality Planning Quality Assurance Quality Control

Organization Planning Team Development


HR
Staff Acquisition
Comms Planning Information Distribution Admin
Comms Closure
Performance Reporting
Risk Identification Risk Response
Control
Risk Risk Quantification
Risk Response Development
Procurement Planning Solicitation Contract
Closeout
Procurement Solicitation Planning Source Selection 3
Contract Admin

A Brief History of the PMBOK® Guide:

2nd Edition: 2000 3rd Edition: 2004 4th Edition: 2009 5th Edition: 2013
39 Processes 39 Processes 42 Processes 47 Processes

6th Edition: 2017


49 Processes

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Important Dates
September 2017 Q1 2018
Publication of the 6th Edition 6th Edition PMP® Exam

Current Status
• It is not clear what the PMP®
exam will look like
– The distribution of marks across
process groups could change
– No date has been given for a new
Examination Content Outline

• However, the CAPM® exam


will change at the same point
as the PMP® exam

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PMBOK® Guide: Chapter 1


5th Edition 6th Edition
Introduction Introduction
1.1 Purpose of the PMBOK® Guide 1.1 Overview and Purpose of this Guide
1.2 What is a Project? 1.2 Foundational Elements
1.3 What is Project Management?
1.4 Relationships among Portfolio Management,
Program Management, Project Management and
Organizational Project Management
1.5 Relationship between Project Management, Lots of Chapter 1 5th
Operations Management and Organizational
Strategy edition material
1.6 Business Value included in section 1.2
1.7 Role of the Project Manager
1.8 Project Management Body of Knowledge

Some of this has also been


moved to chapters 2 & 3
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PMBOK® Guide: Chapter 2


5th Edition 6th Edition
Organizational Influences and Project The Environment in which Projects
Life Cycle Operate

2.1 Organizational Influences on Project 2.1 Overview


Management
2.2 Enterprise Environmental Factors
2.2 Project Stakeholders and Governance
2.3 Organizational Process Assets
2.3 Project Team
2.4 Organizational Systems
2.4 Project Life Cycle

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PMBOK® Guide: Chapter 3


5th Edition 6th Edition
Project Management Processes The Role of the Project Manager
3.1 Overview
3.1 Common Project Management Process
Interactions 3.2 Definition of a Project Manager
3.2 Project Management Process Groups 3.3 The Project Manager’s Sphere of Influence
3.3 Initiating Process Group 3.4 Project Manager Competencies
3.4 Planning Process Group 3.5 Performing Integration
3.5 Executing Process Group
3.6 Monitoring and Controlling Process Group
3.7 Closing Process Group
3.8 Project Information
3.9 Role of the Knowledge Areas New section - has been radically
restructured

Extra Knowledge Area Sections


• Key Concepts for Project <knowledge area> Management
– Overview of the area – what is it for?

• Trends and emerging practices in Project <knowledge area>


Management
– Mainly focused on tools and techniques being used today

• Tailoring considerations
– How to adapt this area to your particular circumstances

• Considerations for Agile / Adaptive Environments


– How the PMBOK® Guide can be applied to self-managed, multi-
disciplinary teams
Plus Agile
appendix and
Practice Guide 10

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ITTO Diagrams (Example 1)

5th Edition

6th Edition

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ITTO Diagrams (Example 2)

5th Edition

6th Edition

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Monitoring /
Initiating Planning Executing Closing
Controlling
Develop Project Develop PM Plan Direct & Manage Project Monitor & Control Close
Charter Work Project Work Project or
Integration Phase
Manage Project Perform Integrated
Knowledge Change Control
Plan Scope Mgmt Validate Scope
Collect Reqs Control Scope
Scope
Define Scope
Create WBS
Plan Schedule Mgmt Control Schedule
Define Activities
Sequence Activities
Schedule
Time
Estimate Activity Resources
5th Edition to
6th Edition
Estimate Activity Durations
Develop Schedule
Plan Cost Mgmt Control Costs
Cost Estimate Costs
Determine Budget
Plan Quality Mgmt Perform Quality Control Quality
Quality Manage Quality
Assurance
Plan HR Mgmt Acquire
AcquireProject team
Resources Control Resources
Plan Resource Mgmt
HR
Resource Develop
DevelopProject
Team Team
Estimate Activity Resources
Manage
ManageProject
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Monitoring /
Initiating Planning Executing Closing
Controlling
Plan Comms Manage Comms Control
MonitorComms
Comms
Comms Mgmt

Plan Risk Mgmt Control


Monitor Risks
Risks
Implement
Identify Risks Risk
Responses
Perform
Qualitative Risk
Risk
Analysis 5th Edition to
Perform 6th Edition
Quantitative Risk
Analysis
Plan Risk
Responses
Plan Procurement Conduct Control Close
Procurement Mgmt Procurements Procurements Procurements

Identify Plan
PlanStakeholder Manage Control
MonitorStakeholder
Stakeholders Mgmt
Stakeholder Stakeholder Engagement
Stakeholder
Stakeholder
Engagement Engagement Engagement

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Summary of Changes (1 of 2)
• No additional knowledge areas

• Two knowledge area name changes


– Time Management ► Schedule Management
– Human Resource Management ► Resource Management

• Three new processes


– Manage Project Knowledge
– Control Resources
– Implement Risk Responses

• One retired process


– Close Procurements

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Summary of Changes (2 of 2)
• Simpler language in introductory chapters

• Sections in each knowledge area on:


– Key concepts
– Trends and emerging practices
– Tailoring considerations
– Agile / adaptive environments

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What to do now
• If you have completed a PMP® exam preparation course
already?

• If you have not done a PMP® exam preparation course?

• Should plan update your PM SOP & Templates?


– If using PMBOK® Guide terminology

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For more information, please contact:

Seamus Collins Unit 5R, Shearwater,


seamus.collins@velopi.com Kinsale
Co. Cork, P17 EH50
Ireland

Dublin office: +353 1 285 0055


Cork office: +353 21 240 6250

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Monitoring /
Initiating Planning Executing Closing
Controlling
Develop Project Develop PM Plan Direct & Manage Project Monitor & Control Close
Charter Work Project Work Project or
Integration Phase
Manage Project Perform Integrated
Knowledge Change Control
Plan Scope Mgmt Validate Scope
Collect Reqs Control Scope
Scope
Define Scope
Create WBS
Plan Schedule Mgmt Control Schedule
Define Activities
Sequence Activities
Schedule
Time
Estimate Activity Resources
5th Edition to
6th Edition
Estimate Activity Durations
Develop Schedule
Plan Cost Mgmt Control Costs
Cost Estimate Costs
Determine Budget
Plan Quality Mgmt Perform Quality Control Quality
Quality Manage Quality
Assurance
Plan HR Mgmt Acquire
AcquireProject team
Resources Control Resources
Plan Resource Mgmt
HR
Resource Develop
DevelopProject
Team Team
Estimate Activity Resources
Manage
ManageProject
Team Team 19

Monitoring /
Initiating Planning Executing Closing
Controlling
Plan Comms Manage Comms Control
MonitorComms
Comms
Comms Mgmt

Plan Risk Mgmt Control


Monitor Risks
Risks
Implement
Identify Risks Risk
Responses
Perform
Qualitative Risk
Risk
Analysis 5th Edition to
Perform 6th Edition
Quantitative Risk
Analysis
Plan Risk
Responses
Plan Procurement Conduct Control Close
Procurement Mgmt Procurements Procurements Procurements

Identify Plan
PlanStakeholder Manage Control
MonitorStakeholder
Stakeholders Mgmt
Stakeholder Stakeholder Engagement
Stakeholder
Stakeholder
Engagement Engagement Engagement

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