"The process of developing a detailed description of the project and product."
The definition shown above in italics is taken from the Glossary of the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute Inc., 2013
Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute Inc., 2013 Figure 5-7 Page 120
The definition shown in italics is taken from the Glossary of the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute Inc., 2013
- Product breakdown
- System analysis
- Requirements analysis
- Systems engineering
- Value engineering
- Value analysis
Is the product complete or are functions missing?
Are some requirements or functions contradictory?
Is the product too complex to produce?
Converts product description and project objectives into tangible deliverables and technical requirements.
Brainstorming – joint creative thinking that first records all possible options/solutions without judgment, then allows for critical evaluation of the options.
Nominal Group Technique - brainstorming with a voting process, to rank the best ideas for further brainstorming or prioritization.
Affinity Diagram - gathering ideas and sorting them into groups for review and analysis –identifying patterns in data.
Mind Mapping - a graphical method of rapidly identifying and relating all issues relevant to a selected topic.
Lateral Thinking - creative out-of-the-box thinking to generate possibilities
Implement a wristband based BPIS (barcoded patient identification system) integrated with the HIS in the Coventry & Warwickshire University Hospital Trust, identifying 95% of patients in the inpatient and outpatient HIS applications, within 9 months and a budget of £150,000
Defines the project and contains:
Some of these may be by referring to information in other documents
At the beginning of the project, you hold a meeting with stakeholders to figure out how everyone will communicate as the work goes on. Which of the following terms best describes that meeting?
A. Qualitative Analysis
B. Communication Plan meeting
C. Kick-off meeting
D. Status meeting
C - The Kick-off meeting gets all of the stakeholders together to explain how communication will go. That way, everyone knows who to talk to if things go wrong or they run into any questions
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