The purpose of the Project Management process is to establish and carry out in a systematic way the Tasks of the software implementation project, which allows complying with the project’s objectives in the expected quality, time and costs.
 List of outcomes
 List of defined processes
PM process uses the customer’s statement of work to elaborate the project plan. The PM project assessment and control tasks compare the project progress against the project plan and actions are taken to eliminate deviations or incorporate changes to the project plan. The PM project closure activity delivers the software configuration, produced by SI, and gets the customer’s acceptance to formalize the end of the project. A project repository is established to save the work products and to control its versions during the project.
Facts about PM Project ManagementRDF feed
|P148B is component of||None +|
|P148 has component||PM.OC01 +, PM.OC02 +, PM.OC03 +, PM.OC04 +, PM.OC05 +, PM.OC06 +, PM.OC07 +, PM.OC08 +, PM.OC09 +, PM.OC10 +, PM.OC11 +, PM.OC12 +, PM.OC13 +, PM.OC14 +, PM.OC15 +, PM.OC16 +, PM.OC17 +, PM.OC18 +, PM.OC19 +, PM.OC20 +, PM.OC21 +, PM.OC22 +, PM.OC23 +, PM.OC24 +, PM.OC25 +, PM.OC26 +, PM.OC27 +, and PM.OC28 +|
|P67 refers to||6.1.2 +, 6.3.1 +, 6.3.2 +, 6.3.7 +, 6.4.8 +, 7.2.2 +, 7.2.3 +, 7.2.6 +, and 7.2.8 +|
|P69B is associated with (P69.1 has type: is replaced by)||None +|
|SP102 has title||Project Management +|
|SP48 has preferred identifier||PM +|