¿Sabes Que es Project Management?

Es la aplicación de conocimientos, habilidades y técnicas para ejecutar proyectos efectivamente.


Libro El Director de Proyectos Práctico - Un Método probado de 28 Pasos para completar tu Proyecto Exitosamente

Por fin un libro sencillo sobre Proyectos. Toda la "paja" de la metodología de dirección de proyectos fué eliminada, dejando solo lo que es absolutamente útil para completar la tarea.

El Director de Proyectos Práctico, Project Management for Small Projects. Un libro pensado en el líder de proyectos empírico que salió ganador de la rifa del tigre. Pues ha sido asignado con la responsabilidad de un proyecto, y que no sabe ni por donde empezar.

Contiene 240 páginas perfectamente detalladas con ejemplos, que te llevan de la mano hasta completar tu proyecto paso a paso.

Pruébalo, síguelo, ten éxito. O sigue haciendo lo mismo... :(

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Porque Fallan los Proyectos
Porque Fallan los Proyectos - Si tu Compañia es como las demas, 3/4 partes de tus proyectos fallaran este año
El Work Breakdown Structure o WBS es una Poderosa herramienta de Planificación
El Work Breakdown Structure is una tecnica para mirar al proyecto a un alto nivel y descomponerlo en piezas mas pequeñas
Pmp, Que es pmp?, Conocer mas por que la oportunidad nunca estuvo tan cerca
Conocer el papel desempeñado por la dirección de proyectos Que es pmp?, pmp
La Certificacion PMP - Excelente Opcion si Quieres Destacar entre los Cientos
La Certificacion PMP - Te abre Puertas en todo el Mundo porque es la mas Reconocida por los que Buscan Directores de Proyectos
La Certificacion PMP
La certificacion PMP® es cada dia mas solicitada por empresas de clase mundial.
Cost of PMP Certification
Cost of PMP Certification
Nine Steps to get PMP certification
Nine Steps to get PMP certification - Explained in plain terms, in Earthed Language
Como aprobar el examen para ser un PMP® y no morir en el intento
Como aprobar el examen para ser un PMP® y no morir en el intento
Glosario de Project Management - Los terminos mas usados por los PMP
Glosario de Project Management - Conoce la terminologia mas usada por los PMP's
Sabes que es Project Management, te doy una definicion sencilla
Que es Project Management - Es la disciplina que estudia la correcta aplicación de conocimientos, habilidades, herramientas y técnicas a las actividades que conforman un proyecto""
Conoce que es el PMBoK - La Referencia Principal para la Certificacion PMP
Que es el PMBOK - El PMBOK es la biblia del Project Manager, y es la referencia principal para los que presentan el Examen de Certificacion PMP. Aun cuando algunos lo catalogan de raro o complicado.
Soy PMP y esta es Mi Experiencia
Articulos Escritos por los mas famosos PMP de Mexico y Latinoamerica!
Mision y Vision del Sitio Que es Project Management Enseñamos a hacer proyectos
En Que es Project Management tenemos Una Mision y Vision muy Claras... Ensenamos a hacer Proyectos Exitosos, usando la metodología correcta.
Que es un Proyecto - Quieres ser PMP? Sabes lo que un Proyecto es?
Que es un Proyecto - Es un esfuerzo unico para producir entregables dentro de las restricciones de tiempo, costo y calidad
El Examen PMP te otorga la Certificacion PMP, que es cada vez mas popular
El Examen PMP consta de 200 preguntas con cuatro opciones de respuesta. De las cuales tendrás que obtener un porcentaje de aciertos mayor al 61%.
Your PMP Exam - Nine steps to become PMP
Your PMP Exam - Not everyone is eligible to take the Project Management Institute's exam toward PMP certification. Here's a breakdown of the requirements.
PMI, Todo Lo Que No Te Han Dicho
Es una organización sin fines de lucro dedicada a desarrollar la Disciplina de Administración de Proyectos (Project Management) en todo el mundo.
PMP Certification Requirements - Thre are two slots become PMP
PMP Certification Requirements - Please note that before you begin the process of getting PMP Certified you need to read the Project Management Professional Credential Handbook and visit the pmi.org w
PMP Certification Preparation Training
PMP Certification Preparation Training
Libros sobre Project Management
Libros sobre Project Management
El Fracaso Latinoamericano
El Fracaso Latinoamericano
PMO
Project Management Office
Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®)
One of the best known project management models is the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®), which is the standard put forward by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Glosario del PMP - Traducciones Oficiales
Glosario del PMP - Términos más comunes que los PMP utilizan del Ingles al Español
Como usar correctamente el Correo Electronico para hacer Negocios
El Correo Electronico es ya una herramienta indispendable para los que hacemos negocio en la red. Investiga como puedes hacer mejor uso de esta herramienta GRATIS
El Despertar de una Generacion de Pobres, a ser Rico
El Despertar: como romper las cadenas de Pobreza que han estado en Tu Familia por Generaciones.
Insultan a Mexicanos
Insultan a Mexicanos en Programa de Television
Como Escribir para Vender
Como Escribir para Vender
La Estacion de Trabajo Ideal
La Estacion de Trabajo Ideal
Glosario de Internet Letra P
Glosario de Internet Letra P
Un Negocio en Internet Exitoso puede ser creado por cualquier persona que pueda
negocio en internet, internet
Nichos de Mercado - utilizando brainstormer para investigar un nicho de mercado
Un Nichos de Mercado es una grupo de consumidores potenciales que buscan un producto o servicio especifico. Por ejemplo los adolescentes que les gusten los animes
Google sigue creciendo y comiendo pastel de sus Competidores
Google sigue creciendo - una razon más para estar bien con el Gigante de los Motores de Busqueda
Como Hacer Dinero por Internet
Como Hacer Dinero por Internet
La Historia de Don Alejo
La Historia de Don Alejo
Un Ingreso Residual
Como Generar un Ingreso Residual para el resto de nuestra vida
Nombre de Dominio
Tu Nombre de Dominio es tu Nombre Personal en la Red
Las Opciones de Monetizacion de tu Sitio Web - Como ganar mas dinero
Las Opciones de Monetizacion de tu Sitio Web, - Investiga de antemano cuales seran las formas en que tu sitio web va a generar dinero
Pedro Infante - desgraciadamente este idolo Mexicano dejo en sus peliculas desgr
Pedro Infante - Sus peliculas reflejan una resignacion y abnegacion casi fanatica a la pobreza y a desgracias. A los Ricos se les plasma como Malos y Egoistas. A los Pobres como buenos y santos...
Piensa como tu Cliente - Piensa detenidamente en esto. Es la clave para todo Esc
Piensa como tu Cliente - Cuando viste ese encabezado que tanto te llamo la atención, que pensaste que seria ideal para tu negocio, el usar esas palabras y frases que parecian obvias para ti
Los Motores de Busqueda y SBI
Los Motores de Busqueda
El Posicionamiento Web en Google
El Posicionamiento Web en Google - Un metodo probado para aparecer en los primeros lugares
Negocio en Internet
Negocio en Internet
Negocio en Linea - Descubre mas de 27 razones para crear tu Negocio en Internet
Negocio en Linea -27 Ventajas tiene sobre un Negocio Tradicional, y porque tanta gente esta decidiendo Tener su Propio Negocio en Internet
Preguntas Frecuentes - Estas son las preguntas que mas he recibido
Preguntas Frecuentes - Estas son las respuestas a las preguntas mas frecuentes sobre como crear un sitio web que venda
El Proceso CTPM
El Proceso CTPM - Estos son los Diez Dias o Pasos para hacer un Negocio Exitoso en Internet
La Oficina de Trabajo que Necesitas para Hacer tu Negocio Exitoso en Internet
La Oficina de Trabajo bien disenada te permite trabajar en casa Comodo y Altamente Productivo. Descubre lo que los Exitosos en Internet Saben pero que no Compartían -Hasta Ahora-
Promocionales de Venta para la Web - Porque este Curso es Unico en su Tipo?
Promocionales de Venta para la Web - Descubre que hace tan Diferente este Curso de Como Escribir Promocionales de Venta para Internet
Pagina de Venta
Tu Pagina de Venta es tu Vendedor Estrella
El Registro de Dominio - Sera el Nombre que siempre te identificara en la Red
El Registro de Dominio - En internet tendras un nombre unico, sera tu dominio, y con el tiempo se convertira en tu Marca. Descubre que debes evitar y que hacer para seleccionar el Mejor Nombre
Como Escribir para Vender
Como Escribir para Vender
La Pension del Seguro Social es Dinero que te llegara Mensualmente
La Pension del Seguro Social - Descubre como le puedes hacer para que tu Pension Mensual sea lo mas alta posible y Vivas Tranquilo.
El Posicionamiento en Buscadores
El Posicionamiento en Buscadores
Testimonio de Personas que han asistido al Gran Seminario de Internet Marketing
Testimonio - Esto es lo que las personas que han asistido a este seminario han opinado. Todos se fueron con algo bueno, hicieron muchos contactos y el valor de su dinero se multiplico
Posicionamiento web - Los Buscadores Presentan dos Resultados el Pagado & Gratis
El Posicionamiento Web - Estar en google es sin lugar a dudas la Forma más Efectiva y más Rentable para promover un Producto o Servicio en Internet
Como lograr la Primera Posicion en Google de tu Sitio
Descubre como tener las primeras posiciones en los Cuatro Motores de Busqueda de Internet
Time Management - Discover why disconnecting the Internet can be Beneficent
Time Management - Surfing the Internet is reported as the #1 Cause of Time Waste Reported by those that Do Control they Schedule and Keep Focus in their Goal
Promocional de Venta
Promocional de Venta
Como contruir un Sitio Web Profesional que Venda
Por Fin, Un Metodo que tiene todo para Construir un Sitio Web Profesional con Trafico y que Venda, por 82 ct por dia!
Como ver el Codigo Fuente html de cualquier pagina?
Como ver el codigo fuente de cualquier pagina
Las Reglas del Exito - Las reglas del exito cambiaron y no nos hemos dado cuenta
Las Reglas del Exito, ya cambiaron y seguimos jugando el Juego de la Vida con las Reglas que no Funcionan!
Sigue tu Pasion y No tendras que Trabajar un Solo Dia mas de tu Vida
Sigue tu Pasion: Aprende a Identificar Primero lo que Quieres
Que es un sitio web?
Un sitio web es muy parecido a un Libro. El titulo es el nombre de dominio del sitio, Los Capitulos las ligas.
El Software de Comercio Electronico es tu Personal de Tiempo Completo 24/7 Dias
El Software de Comercio Electronico debe permiterte Automatizar Todas las Funciones de tu Sitio Web, y Ser Capaz de Generar Trafico Gratis en los Tres Motores de Busqueda Principales
Testimonios de Gente Real con Referencias, Gente que ha tenido exito con sbi
Testimonios de Gente Real que ha Contruido Sitios Web Exitosos siguiendo el Metodo CTPM sbi!. Muchos queremos ver a alguien que ya la "haya hecho" o tenido exito antes de probar un Sistema. Aqui te...
La Riqueza - Las Religiones premian la pobreza y nos regalan un Cielo de Riqueza
La Riqueza - Has visto como se desenvuelven los Ricos? Si, esos que viven en casas amplias, bonitas y bien iluminadas. El Dinero no es uno de sus problemas.
Crea tu Pagina de Internet 2 - Descubre como tu puedes crear mucho mas que...
Crea tu pagina de internet 2 - Descubre el metodo que miles de personas estan usando para crear su propio sitio web Exitoso, con trafico que Venda
El Rol Project Manager y sus Habilidades
Un Project Manager asume la responsabilidad total del Exito del Proyecto. Es el Hombre a cargo y responsable de todo lo que pasa en el, bueno y malo
Network Administration
Network Administration
On-Call Premium
On-Call Premium
Objectives
Objectives are concrete statements that describe the things the project is trying to achieve.
One-on-One Interviewing
One-on-One Interviewing
Dependecies Mandatory and Discretionary
denpendencies mandantory and discretionary
Design
A design is a clear specification for the structure, organization, appearance, etc. of a deliverable.
Online Screen Layouts
More and more solutions require online access so that the client organization can process transactions in real-time...
Designer
The Designer is responsible for understanding the business requirements and designing a solution that will meet the business needs.
Operations
The people in your organization that are executing your production business processes are doing "operations" work.
Development
Development is the term given to the type of work that is done to build software applications.
Organizations vs. Portfolios
Organizations (Staff-Related) vs. Portfolios (Work-Related)
Disaster Recovery (General)
Disaster recovery is a term used to describe the ability to restore your critical business processes in the event of a disaster.
Overhead
Overhead is a category of work that includes time that is not work related.
Disaster Recovery (Applications)
Being able to recover critical business applications in the event of a disaster requires a coordinated effort from operations, development, and the business users.
Pareto Analysis
Pareto analysis can be used when you encounter multiple related problems or a common problem with multiple causes.
Disaster Recovery Testing (Applications)
There are many physical and natural threats to a computer environment.
Per Call Premium
Per Call Premium
Performance Testing
Perfomance Testing
Discovery Project
Without the proper structure, there is a tendency for the up-front project definition work on a large project to become very lengthy and unfocused.
Physical Database View
Physical Database View
Discretionary Work
This term describes all of the work that can be prioritized on a backlog.
Planned Value
Planned Value
Documentation Testing
Many people have experienced frustration after they buy something that needs assembly, only to find that the instructions are vague or wrong.
Domain Modeling
Domain modeling is used for process modeling at a high level.
PMO Manager
The PMO Manager is the person responsible for managing the processes and people within the PMO.
"Don't Shoot the Messenger"
You have all heard this saying (or something similar). It means that you do not take retribution against the person (or people) that deliver bad news.
Draft Copies
Draft copies are documents that have been initially completed by the author, but are not yet ready to be considered entirely complete.
Earned Value
Earned value is a way of measuring progress.
Economic Value Added (EVA)
One of the problems with Return on Investment (ROI) is that it can assume that the use of the money for your project is free.
Active Listening
It has been said that the best communicators are actually the best listeners, not the best speakers.
smart objectives
smart objectives
software Change Management
software Change Management
Sponsor (Executive Sponsor and Project Sponsor)
Sponsor (Executive Sponsor and Project Sponsor)
Stakeholders
These are the specific people or groups who have an interest or a partial stake in the products and services an organization provides.
Solutions
The term “solutions” is used to generically refer to the main client deliverables produced by any proyect.
Activity
Activities are typically the smallest unit of work identified on the project workplan.
Standard
A standard is required approach or way of doing some type of work, for conducting an activity or task.
Actual Cost
Actual Cost (AC) is a part of “Earned Value” calculations.
Point of No Return
You typically want to get a final "go / no go" decision from your sponsor before you proceed to implementation on your project.
Policy
Policy
Alignment
Alignment means that every organization and every person is trying to move the company in the same direction and toward a common vision.
Estimating Tecniques
The following techniques can be used at a project level or activity level, or for any sized work in-between.
Portfolios
A portfolio will typically be the umbrella structure over a group of related or unrelated work.
Analogy
Even though all projects are unique, some projects are very close to others.
Facilitated Session
A facilitated session is used when you are trying to gather requirements from many people who may or may not have common roles and experiences.
Portfolio Management Sponsor
Any portfolio management process needs to be sponsored by some manager in the organization.
Facilities Department
Your Facilities Department is typically responsible for the physical safety and security of the people and assets in the company.
Analyst
In general, the analyst is responsible for ensuring that the requirements set forth by the business are captured and documented correctly before the solution is developed and implemented.
Application
The term "application" or "business application" refers to the software systems that are used to automate otherwise manual business processes within your company.
Portfolio Management Team
This is the group of managers who are responsible for managing the portfolio of work.
False Requirements
If you could ask your client what their requirements were and they responded with everything they needed, the Analysis Phase would be easy.
Application Business Owners
Each application in your organization should have a primary application owner.
Fast Track
Fast track means that you look at activities that are normally done in sequence and assign them totally or partially in parallel.
Portfolio Perfomance Metrics
The portfolio management team needs metrics to show how effectively they are running the portfolio.
Float (also referred to as Slack)
Float, or slack, refers to the difference between the earliest date an activity can start and the latest date by which the activity must start for the project to complete on time.
Steering Committee
A Steering Committee is usually a group of high-level stakeholders that are responsible for providing guidance on overall strategic direction
Positive Risk
Risk is usually associated with potential events that have a negative impact on the project.
Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Statistical Process Control (SPC) techniques provide a data-based, objective way to determine whether your project is producing products within acceptable levels of quality.
Application Architecture
There is a fair amount of the IT development process that requires the creativity and skills of individual analysts, designers and programmers.
Following People Around
Most of the techniques associated with gathering requirements have to do with asking people questions and listening to the response.
Strategy
There may be many ways to achieve your mission and arrive at your vision
Foundation
There are six steps in the portfolio management process Foundation, Definition, Selection, Prioritization, Authorization and Activation.
Application Inventory
One important area to inventory is your application system.
Stress Testing
The purpose of stress testing is to see how the system behaves when it receives voluhigher than the requirements.
Power Users
Many applications have one or more users that are more sophisticated in their use of the system and have more need for information.
Subject Matter Expert
The Subject Matter Expert (SME) is a person with superior knowledge of a product, service, business function, process, etc
Application Maintenance Manual
The Application Maintenance Manual (AMM) is the primary deliverable that is created by the development project team for turnover to the support team.
PRINCE2
PRINCE2 is a project management methodology that was created for use by the government of the United Kingdom
Function Points
People in the development world have a difficult time creating tangible metrics that tell how productive they are as individuals, teams or organizations.
Principles
Principles provide an organization with rules of behavior, and moral and ethical statements for how it will function
Functional Manager
The functional manager is the person that you report to on the organization chart.
Application Primary and Backup Support
If your team supports a number of applications and technologies, it makes sense to assign a primary support person to each application.
Suppliers / Vendors
Although some companies may have internal suppliers, in the TenStep Project Management Process
Functionally-Based Project Organization
There are three types of project relations organization structures – project-based, functionally-based and matrix-based.
Prioritization
After all the work has been selected, a prioritization process is used to determine which work will actually be funded and executed.
Application Server Inventory
Each IT applications support group should have an inventory that specifies the computer platform that each application runs on.
Future State Vision
A Future State Vision describes what your organization would look like in the future as it fulfils its mission.
Problem Priority / Severity Levels
Support requests should be prioritized to provide the support team a sense for the relative criticality of the need.
Gantt Chart
A Gantt chart is a bar chart that depicts activities as blocks over time.
Asset Groups
There are many different asset groups that can be inventoried as a part of understanding what makes up your portfolio of work.
Procedure
Procedure
Gap Analysis
A Gap Analysis shows the differences between your Current State and your Future State Vision.
Assumption
There may be external conditions or events that must occur for the project to be successful.
Goals
Goals are high-level, vague statements that describe what your organization is trying to achieve in the next one to three years
Role Based Requirements
One way to classify requirements is based on the role of the person that would typically provide the requirements.
Roles
Roles refer to a person or group that performs a certain set of activities.
Process Models
Process models are helpful when you are trying to describe complex processes and the relationships between them.
Goldplating
You should always strive to carefully set expectations and then meet those expectations.
Governance
Governance is the term used to describe the formal and informal set of processes that allow organizations to resolve conflicts, make decisions and ensure management decisions.
Auditing for Security
Your internal and external auditors are typically interested in making sure that you have good, sound security policies in place and that you are following them.
Process Requirements
Process requirements describe how people interact with a product and how a product interacts with other products.
Group Interviewing (Requeriments)
Group interviews can be used when you have multiple interviewees that have similar roles and knowledge.
Authorization
There are six steps in the portfolio management process
"Groupthink"
Groupthink means that a group starts to mentally and perhaps subconsciously compromise on their views to obtain a consensus.
Products
Products are tangible items that an organization or a project team produces.
Backlog
It is possible that the sponsor may not approve scope change requests during the project, but they may be viable requests that can be done at a later time.
Grow the Business
This category contains the work that is designed to increase your capability and competitive advantage.
Beeper Pay
Your company may pay you a premium for carrying a beeper.
Product Management
Product Management
Product Requirements
Product requirements describe the business needs in terms of the main deliverables or products that are produced.
Benchmarking
You don't really know how efficient and effective your processes are unless you can compare yourself against other companies.
Best Practice
Best practices are the winning strategies, approaches, and processes that produce superior performance in an organization.
Guideline
A guideline is a recommended (but not required) approach, parameter, etc. for conducting an activity or task.
Program
A program is an umbrella organization over a group of related projects.
Root Cause Analysis
Root Cause Analysis
Implementation Plan
Implementation is one of the key elements in many projects and is actually one of the major phases in the traditional waterfall lifecycle.
Big Bang Testing
Big bang testing is a technique where you take all the unit-tested modules and tie them all together at once for a large integration test.
Program Manager
The Program Manager is the person with authority to manage a program.
Project
Projects represent work that has a specific beginning and end, and results in the creation of one or more deliverables.
Incremental Testing
Incremental testing means that you test two related programs together and make sure they are working correctly.
Black Box Testing
All programs work on some set of inputs and create some set of outputs.
Informational Communication
There are three major types of communication on a project – mandatory, informational and marketing.
Intangible Benefits
Intangible benefits are positive results that are hard, perhaps even impossible, to quantify.
Project Audits
Project audits are used to check compliance and ensure that project management processes are being used as they should.
Budget at Completion
This calculation can be in terms of dollars or hours.
Run the Business
Run the Business
Business Case
A Business Cases is used to determine whether or not it makes sense to perform a piece of work.
Schedule Variance
Schedule Variance
Project-Based Organizations
When projects are large enough, it's possible to form an entire portfolio around the project team.
Interface Testing
Interface tests are specialized tests that look specifically at all the system interfaces, especially those from outside vendors or suppliers.
Business Plan
In most companies, the result of the Business Planning Process is a Business Plan for the coming year.
Project Director
In the some processes, the Project Director role is given to the functional manager of the project manager.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 10006
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a specialized international agency that promotes the development of precise standards to help ensure that products, services, and materials.
Business Requirements
Used in this sense, gathering business requirements is the process of gathering all of the requirements associated with the project deliverables.
Schedule Performance Index (Earned Value)
This is an Earned Value calculation. The Schedule Performance Index (SPI) is a ratio calculated by taking the EV (Earned Value) / PV (Planned Value).
Project Inventories
The portfolio will be tracking projects as a basic feature of portfolio management.
Issue
An issue is defined as a problem that will impede the progress of the project and cannot be totally resolved by the project manager and project team without outside help.
Business Requirements Report
This deliverable consolidates and finalizes all of the requirements information gathered up to this point, including any business models generated.
Joint Application Development (JAD)
There is a specific technique (or set of techniques) for more rapidly gaining a consensus from a group of individuals.
Capability Maturity Model
The Capability Maturity Model is a scale from 0ne through five that can be used to gauge how well your company or organization follows common and repeatable processes to get your work done.
Scope
Scope is the way that you describe the boundaries of the project
Key Learning
A Key Learning is notable information discovered while performing an activity, utilizing a tool, creating a deliverable, etc.
Capital Accounts and Expense Accounts
The money used to pay for different types of work can be classified separately from an accounting standpoint
Key Performance Indicators
The term key performance indicator (KPI) is used to indicate success targets.
PMO Models
There are four major types of PMO models (with many variations in between).
Scope Change Management
The purpose of Scope Change Management is to protect the viability of the current, approved Project Definition and the current, approved business requirements
Change Control Board
Sometimes on very large projects, the Project Sponsor does not feel comfortable making the scope change decisions alone.
Lead the Business
Some of the work that happens in the portfolio is not directly support (Support the Business) or growth oriented (Grow the Business).
Clients
Clients are the main individuals or groups that request and utilize the products and services your organization provides.
Lifecycle
This term refers to the process used to build and support the deliverables produced by the project.
Project Management Portal
A concept that is related to a repository is the idea of a portal.
Client Project Manager
If a project is large enough, the client may have a primary contact that is designated as the overall project manager for the client department.
Coach
Coaches use their experience and knowledge to help others with immediate questions and problems.
Security Risk Assessment
Security is an important part of the design of a solution, and it involves more than just setting up passwords.
Main User Contacts
This contact may or may not be the same as the Application Business Owner.
Project Management vs. Product Management
Projects are the way that most new work gets delivered.
Mandatory Communication
There are three major types of communication on a project – mandatory, informational and marketing.
Project Management vs. Project Lifecycle
Project management defines the overall management and control processes for the project.
Coaching Skills
Coaching skills can be learned, assuming a person has good experiences to begin with and has good communication skills.
Project Manager
In general, the project manager is responsible for the overall success of the project.
Code Reviews
A code review allows one or more knowledgeable third parties to walk through program written by another person.
Management and Leadership
Some of the work in your organization is not directly related to your business, but is related instead to your people (and indirectly, of course, to your business).
Communication Specialist
Effective communication is vital to the overall success of a Project Management Office.
Project Phase
A project phase is a major logical grouping of work on a project.
Security Testing
Security testing is a set of system tests designed to ensure that your solution has the appropriate level of security built in.
Conceptual Systems Design
In the Analysis Phase, a Conceptual Systems Design is completed to aid in the transition from the business requirements to the technical design of the system.
Project Status Reports
Status reports are used to share information about a project and to manage expectations.
Marketing Communication
There are three major types of communication on a project – mandatory, informational and marketing.
selection
selection
Constraints
Constraints are limitations that are outside the control of the project team and need to be managed around.
Project Team
The project team consists of the full-time and part-time resources assigned to work on the deliverables of the project to help achieve the project objectives.
Matrix-Based Organization
A matrixed organization is one where people report to a specialized department and specialist are shared on projects when they are needed.
Construct Phase
Depending on your point of view, the Construct Phase is where the "rubber meets the road."
Prototyping
Prototyping is a relatively modern technique for gathering requirements and can work well with online developments like web solutions.
Purchasing / Procurement
Purchasing is the department that is usually responsible for vendor relationships
Cost Account
Many projects have one overall budget that includes all of the project labor costs, hardware/software costs, materials costs, etc.
Meeting Fundamentals
Many organizations rely heavily on meetings to share information and get representation on complicated, multi-organization initiatives.
Methologist
Methodologies are products and they need to be supported long-term like any other product in your company.
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance does not refer directly to specific deliverables. It refers to the process used to create the deliverables.
Cost - Benefit Analysis
This is a simple model and could be the starting point for determining whether a project makes sense.
Quality Assurance Audit
In many cases, it makes sense to have an outside party come in to evaluate the project management processes being utilized.
Cost Performance Index
This is the ratio of taking the EV (EARNED VALUE) / AC (ACTUAL COST).
services
Services-Products are tangible items that the organization produces.
Milestone
A milestone is a scheduling event that signifies the completion of a major deliverable or a set of related deliverables.
Cost Variance
The Cost Variance gives you a sense for how you are doing against the budget, and is calculated as EV (EARNED VALUE) – AC (ACTUAL COST).
Quality Assurance Specialist
If one of the major roles of the PMO is to perform quality assurance audits on projects within your organization, then an overall Quality Assurance Specialist should be named.
Service Level Agreement
A Service Level Agreement (SLA) is a negotiated agreement that specifies the type of work, quality level, parties involved.
Critical Path
Critical path refers to the sequence of activities that must be completed on schedule for the entire project to be completed on schedule.
Mission Statement
The Mission Statement describes what the organization does, how it is done, and for whom.
Critical Success Factors
Critical success factors (CSF) indicate something very important to measure as it relates to the success of your business.
Shift Pay
If your job requires you to work outside the regular 9:00-5:00 hours,
Quality Specialist
On a large project, quality management could take up a large amount of project management time.
Cross Training
Cross training refers to the time spent working with another person to understand specific support requirements and the support environment.
Skills
Skills are the personal traits or internal knowledge that a person uses to perform the responsibilities within his or her role.
Money and Assets
If you think of a financial portfolio, you have your underllying assets, including stocks, bonds, securities, gold, etc. These assets are your actual portfolio.
Questionnaires
There is no question that you can gather better, and perhaps more accurate, requirements when you have personal contact.
Culture
Culture basically describes "how you do things around here."
Regression Testing
Regression testing is a technique that can be used in a number of the acceptance tests and system tests.
Skills Inventory
A Skills inventory is a snapshot of every person in your organization, the skills that they have today and some type ohow strong each person is in each skill.
Repository
The repository is the facility that contains all of the information you wish to store and share with others.
Current State Assessment
A Current State Assessment describes how your organization functions and behaves today.
small projects
Small Projects- The definition of small projects covers many types of work. In most companies, these small projects are not viewed as “projects” at all.
Repository Librarian
The repository Librarian is responsible for the accuracy, viability and ease of use of the repository.
Monte Carlo Modeling
Monte Carlo modeling is a technique for managing risks.
Customer
A customer is the person or group that is the direct beneficiary of a project or service or the people for whom the project is being undertaken.
Dashboards
You may hear the term “dashboard” to refer to the consolidated status report that is provided to your management team.
Requirements Solicitation Model
Gathering requirements requires more than just talking to people, writing down their ideas and then building a solution.
Requirements Management Plan
The Requirements Management Plan describes how you will manage your projects' requirements throughout the project.
Requirements Testing
The purpose of this test is to validate that the system meets all business requirements.
Data, Structured and Unstructured
Data can be stored in one of two states – structured and unstructured. Structured data refers to information that is stored in a repetitive and organized format.
Multiple-Site Testing
This test is specialized for those applications that are running on multiple sites that need to communicate with each other.
Data Analyst-Architect
Large projects typically have a specialist called a Data Analyst (DA) that works on designing the datastores.
Responsabilities
Responsabilities
Data Conversion
Data conversion refers to work required to change data from one format to another.
Return on Investment (ROI)
This is a very popular financial model and looks at cost benefit from the perspective of the financial return you gain from any investment of resources on a yearly basis.
Data Dictionary
The data model created in the Analysis Phase is the source for a data dictionary that is defined for the datastores. The data dictionary contains metadata, or "data about the data".
Reuse Environment
An environment and culture that promotes reuse can offer tremendous value to your company.
Support
Support is work that has to be done to keep your current production processes working effectively and reliably
Net Present Value (NPV)
Net Present Value is a way to evaluate the value of a project. It si more sophisticated than a simple cost/benefit analysis because it takes into account the relative valu of money over time.
Risk
Risk refers to future conditions or circumstances that exist outside of the control of the project team that will have an adverse impact on the project if they occur.
Data Flow Diagram
A data flow diagram shows logical relationships between data at a high level.
Risk Management
A reactive project manager tries to resolve issues when they occur. A proactive project manager tries to resolve potential problems before they occur.
Support analyst (Primary and back up)
Support analyst (Primary and back up)-Ths term is a role used to describe the person or persons
Data Models
In addition to process modeling, there is another type of modeling that may be needed on large, complex projects – data modeling.
Risk Responses
There are five general responses to address any project risks that need to be managed.
Decision Tree
One way to calculate the financial results of an interdependency of risk is to use a decision tree.
Definition
There are six steps in the portfolio management process (as defined in www.PortfolioStep.com) – Foundation, Definition, Selection, Prioritization, Authorization and Activation.
Deliverable
A deliverable is any tangible outcome that is produced by a project. These can be documents, plans, computer systems, buildings, aircraft, etc.
Deliverable Review
Deliverable reviews, or walkthroughs, can be applied to many deliverables produced by the project.
Support dispatcher
Support Dispatcher- The main purpose of the Dispatcher is to assign problem tickets and problem requests within the group.
Tangible Benefits
Tangible benefits are those where you can easily tie a specific numeric value
Technical-Systems-Design
The Technical Systems Design is a deliverable that provides the specific technical information needed to construct a solution.
Tecnique
A technique is a well-defined procedure or way of doing something used to accomplish a specific activity or task.
Template
Templates are pre- existing forms that include standard formats
Testing Plan
The Testing Plan is where you define the specific details for how you will peryour project
Tiers
Tiers- Building a software application in tiers allows you to separate major functions into separate and standalone areas.
Tolerances
Tolerances- When you manage the workplan and budget, you usually do not need to be hit every estimate to the minute or to the dollar.
Timeboxing
Timeboxing-In a perfect world, project completion dates would be derived based on the to be amount of work done and the number of resources available
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
TCO allows you to estimate the entire costs associated with a project or product over the lifetime of the product.
Traceability
Traceability refers to the ability to trace, or track, requirements throughout the lifecycle and into the final solution.
Training
Although there are many ways to pass knowledge from one person to others
Training-strategy
Training Strategy- The purpose of the Training Strategy is to define the overall context for training
Training-technique
Keep the following techniques in mind when building instructor-led training
Training testing
Training Testing- In most cases, the first time you deploy training is actually in a live environment with real users. However, if possible you should try to test out the material first.
Triple Constraint
Triple constraint- At the end of the upfront definition and planning process of your project
unified modeling language
The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is amethodologies, especially those that use object oriented techniques.
Unit Test reviews
A unit test review is similar to the code review in that the owner explains how he/she has tested the code and what the results are
Value Proposition
Value Propositions are short documents that describe the costs and benefits of implementing an idea.
Vision
The vision describes a state that the organization is striving to achieve in the future.
Usability Testing
You can have a solution that meets all the features and functions asked
White Box Testing
In white box testing, you look at the structure of the internal software code and try to create test data that will exercise all of the code (or as much of the code as possible).
Use Cases
Use cases are an alternative technique used to document requirements.
User View
The user view is the way the data is presented to external parties.
Workload Forecast
On an ongoing basis, usually monthly, the Portfolio Manager and senior leaders should get together for a planning session.
Users Manual
The purpose of the User’s Manual is to provide the end user with all the information they will need to use the solution.
Users
Users are the people who will actually use the deliverables of the project
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Preguntas mas Frecuentes del Examen PMP
Preguntas mas Frecuentes del Examen PMP
Libro El Director de Proyectos Practico - Small Projects Management
El Director de Proyectos Practico - Una Receta de 28 pasos para completar tu Proyecto
Mi primera vez en proyectos - Iniciaba la década de los noventas
Mi primera vez en proyectos - Estábamos trabajando en un proyecto para levantar una planta
Proyectos Pequeños - Que generan Problemas igual que los Grandes
Proyectos Pequeños - Es un Esfuerzo Temporal Encaminado a crear
Metodologia de Project Management - Metodología probada para manejar proyectos
Metodologia de Project Management - Cuando pongas en práctica las técnicas y herramientas de Project Management
Que es un proyecto pequeno - Este libro está enfocado a ejecutar proyectos
Un proyecto pequeno puede, a su vez, ser parte de un proyecto más grande
Que es un Proyecto - Es un Esfuerzo Temporal encaminado a crear
Que es un Proyecto - Es diferente a la actividad operacional de rutina
Nombres Para los Proyectos, las actividades operativas no tienen limite
Nombres Para los Proyectos - Las compañías usan diferentes términos para referirse a los proyectos. Algunas adoptan nombres muy ad-hoc.
Supuestos del libro - Supuestos que contemplé para escribir este libro
Supuestos del libro - Los contenidos que decidí incluir.
Prioridad de los Proyectos - muchas veces se los percibe como tareas de relleno
Prioridad de los Proyectos-muchas veces son para mantener ocupada a gente nueva
Retos de Proyectos -proyectos pequeños rara vez tienen gente dedicada a ellos
Retos de proyectos- diversas problematicas en la realizacion de proyectos
El uso de Software en proyectos -Las personas manejan proyectos no los softwares
El uso de software- se necesita un software que tenga cientos de funciones
La figura del PMP - En México y Latinoamérica
La figura del PMP - Esto es más notorio en las organizaciones donde la figura del PM es nueva
Por que usar Project Management - Provee mucha disciplina y responsabilidad
Por Que Usar Project Management - La disciplina, la estructura y las herramientas
Project Managers en Espanol - Project Management Nació en Idioma Inglés.
Project Managers en Espanol - Este libro incluye acceso exclusivo a un website.
Fracaso del Project Manager - Está relacionada con el proyecto pequeño
Fracaso del Project Manager - La organización completa sufre una pérdida de credibilidad
Cumplir con los entregables - no pierdas de vista los entregables
Cumplir con los entregables -Un entregable es cualquier producto, servicio o resultado
Ventaja Competitiva - El hacer proyectos correctamente es una de esas ventajas.
Ventaja Competitiva - El hacer proyectos rápida y correctamente tiene ventajas obvias.
Todos hacemos un Proyecto alguna vez en la vida - Tu también haces proyectos!
Que tiene que ver un proyecto contigo - Este libro te ofrece un enfoque que te permite a ti.
Ciclo de Vida de un Proyecto - Incluye: concepto inicial, diseño,etc.
Ciclo de vida de un proyecto - Exite para cualquier tipo de projecto.
Practicas en Project Management - Una actividad que ha demostrado ser exitosa
Practicas en Project Management - Inclusive sin leer ningún libro sobre el tema.
Pasos Para Crear Un Proyecto - Te presento el mapa de los 28 pasos
Pasos Para Crear Un Proyecto - Qué sigue en el proceso para completar tu proyecto
¿La documentación en los proyectos pequeños, cuánta es suficiente?
Documentación en los proyectos pequeños, En el extremo izquierdo todo es informal, verbal y rápido.
Los proyectos malos - ¡No me la acabo con el estres!
Los proyectos malos, los proyectos malos aumentan el estres.
Iniciacion - Definir rápidamente los objetivos del proyecto
Iniciacion - Etapa del proyecto para establecer una buena relación con tu sponsor
Proceso iniciacion en proyectos - Consiste en ir a entrevistas con el sponsor
Proceso iniciacion en proyectos -sponsor comparte la responsabilidad del proyecto
Como nacen los proyectos - Así nace un proyecto en el plan estratégico anual
Como nacen los proyectos - Algunas empresas tienen un proceso formal para generar proyectos
Pasos del proceso de iniciacion - Asignación Oficial del Project Manager
Los siete pasos del proceso de iniciacion - Asignar y comunicar esta responsabilidad es algo muy sencillo
Grados de Interes - trata de esos stakeholders que debes tener felices
Grados de Interes - también son líderes de opinión los stakeholders
Los proyectos en organizaciones - Con esta información de entrada
Los proyectos en organizaciones - Toda esta información la llevan a un off-site meeting
Prepara el Project Charter - describe el proyecto y es un acuerdo
Prepara el Project charter - es como el acta de nacimiento de un proyecto
El Proceso de Iniciacion - Identificación de stakeholders
Pasos del Proceso de Iniciacion - Debes hacer una lista de los Stakeholders
Stakeholder Ignorado - Había una vez un.....
Stakeholder ignorado - Ignorar a los stakeholders influye negativamente en tu proyecto.
Entrevistas con el sponsor y los stakeholders
Entrevistas - Que debes tomar en cuenta.
Stakeholders Especiales - Son Extremadamente Difíciles de Complacer.
Stakeholders Especiales - Este tipo de stakeholders son inevitables.
Planificacion - Documentos para el proyecto.
Planificacion - Preparándose para las actividades de planificación.
Regla de oro de la planificacion -Las personas forman el equipo de planificación
Regla de oro de la planificacion - Es un tópico importante para incluir en tu material de comunicación
WBS - Es una descomposición jerárquica.
WBS - El uso de la WBS es una técnica fundamental en Project Management .
Alcance del Proyecto - Define todas las cosas que el proyecto debe crear.
Alcance del Proyecto - Para los proyectos más formales y grandes
La WBS - Es una herramienta para fragmentar un proyecto
La WBS - El construir una WBS te ayuda a tener una idea clara
La regla del 100% - Es una de las reglas más importantes en el diseño de la WBS
La regla del 100%- Define el trabajo del proyecto en términos de componentes.
Construyendo una wbs en 9 pasos - Planifica el proyecto con tu equipo de trabajo
Construyendo una wbs en 9 pasos - Realiza una sesión brainstorming usando Post-it
Los Entregables- Agrupalos por categorias
Los Entegables - La computadora la usaras después para volcar toda la información
Entregables y wbs - tienes que asignar cada trabajo a alguien del equipo
Entregables y wbs - Asigna la responsabilidad de cada entregable a uno del equipo
Lista de Entregables y Tareas - Definiste el trabajo de los entregables
Lista de Entregables y Tareas - sirve como método de control
Trabajo y duracion - Es donde vas tener que poner a volar la imaginación
Trabajo y Duracion - Solamente contarás con su conocimiento y experiencia
Estimacion de Bottom up - Cuanto tiempo tomara cada una de las tareas
Estimacion de botton up - Comienza en el nivel tarea, que es el más bajo
Desacuerdos en las estimaciones - Esfuerzo invertido o costo de la actividad
Desacuerdos en las estimaciones - deben ser las personas que realizarán el trabajo
Costos y Presupuesto - En un proyecto es sumamente importante
Costos y Presupuesto -se usan para saber tiempo o dinero se estima tome cada uno
iniciativa de empleados
Iniciativa de Empleados - debes aprovechar y poner un terreno fértil
Demasiada documentación, Parálisis por análisis
Demasiada documentación – Parálisis por análisis, Pero está también el otro extremo, donde todo se documenta
Rol del Project Manager - El Rol del Project Manager en este proceso
Rol del Project Manager - Si eres asignado formalmente a llevar adelante uno o más proyectos
Cambios en la legislacion - Cuando hay cambios en la legislación vigente
Cambios en la legislacion - Cuando la ley vigente cambia, es necesario cumplirla
Un libro para proyectos pequeños - Este Libro esta diseñado para proyectos
Un libro para proyectos pequeños - Es un método corto y enfocado en aspectos practicos
Roles principales en proyecto - Los responsables pueden no saber su función.
Roles principales en proyecto - En este libro, desarrollaremos un proyecto real
Lista de Proyectos - Ejemplos de proyectos pequeños para aplicar la metodología
Lista de Proyectos - Por ejemplo puedes desarrollar un nuevo curso de entrenamiento,
Organizacion funcional -Tú, como Project Manager
Organizacion funcional - Fíjate que el presidente de la compañía está en la parte baja de la estructura
Planificacion de Proyectos - Los proyectos pequeños necesitan tiempo dedicado.
Planificacion de Proyectos - Mi experiencia personal es que....
Planificando entregables - Poner en el WBS solo entregables finales
Planificando entregables - Pues es aquí se determinan la totalidad de entregables del proyecto.
Regla de los elementos - Esta regla indica que no debe haber traslape
Regla de los elementos - Una vez estábamos organizando un concierto
Regla de descomposicion - Cuando un proyecto ha sido descompuesto
Regla de descomposicion - Recuerda que una WBS puede no ser simétrica
Una wbs - Características de una WBS
Una wbs - No es un plan del proyecto
Proceso planificacion - La relación aproximada del trabajo
Proceso planificacion -En los proyectos, mucho del trabajo especializado a realizar
Procesos de Planificacion - tiene un efecto positivo o negativo en un objetivo
Procesos de Planificacion-Efectos de proyectos nos enfocaremos los efectos negativos
Analisis de riesgos - Los riegos deben ser analizados cuidadosamente
Analisis de riesgos - Lo ideal es que le asignes una prioridad a cada riesgo del proyecto
Respuesta a los riegos- La planificación de respuestas es como vas a manejar
Respuesta a los riesgos - Los riesgos que resultaron con prioridad media y baja
Comunicacion del proyecto -que debe comunicar, cada cuanto lo hara y como
Comunicacion del proyecto - Lo que te voy a dar aquí son herramientas y tecnicas
El Project Charter - Definimos el proyecto a grandes rasgos
El Project Charter - Project charter comparte muchos de los campos con el project request
Project charter - Información con la que contábamos
Project charter - Plantilla de un Project Chárter
El Project - ¿Por qué es importante clarificar el proyecto al inicio?
El Project - Revisa el project charter
El Sponsor - Es la persona más importante en el proyecto
El Sponsor - Provee los recursos financieros
La Planificacion - ¿Qué es planificar?
La planificacion - Planificación te permite definir qué vas a hacer.
El Proceso de la Planificacion - Estos documentos son incorporados al proyecto.
El Proceso de la Planificacion - La planificación es crítica
Usando una WBS - La WBS ayuda a mantenerte enfocado en ...
Usando una WBS - La usas durante la vida del proyecto.
Seleccion de contratistas - Selección de contratistas, proveedores externos
Seleccion de contratistas - La relación aproximada del trabajo subcontratado
Proceso de Compras - El siguiente paso que toma es hacer un Statement
Proceso de Compras - Veremos cómo es el proceso de compras, de adquisición o procurement típico
Participantes en una Junta - Facilitador Generalmente es el Project Manager
Participantes en una junta - Toda junta debe terminar con una minuta
Evaluar opciones de contratistas - Debes adoptar un procedimiento bien claro
Evaluar opciones de contartistas - Este procedimiento debe ser parte del Plan de Compras
Juntas Efectivas - responder a estas demandas y mantener la reunión en acción
Juntas Efectivas - Tomar una decisión rapido o a los que hay que encontrar solución
Cronograma del proyecto -
Cronograma del proyecto - El cronograma puede administrarse a un alto nivel
Ejecucion y Control - los documentos para finalizar los planes del proyecto
Ejecucion y Control - acciones que aseguren el cumplimiento de objetivos del proyecto
Grafico de gantt- Es ideal para que todos lo comprendan
Grafico de gantt - Dependiendo de las necesidades del proyecto
Controlar y actualizar - El Plan y Cronograma del proyecto
Controlar y actualizar - deben ser actualizadas para mostrar su nuevo status

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