Project Management
Knowledge Areas

Effective project management requires a lot more than assigning and following up on tasks. These knowledge areas provide you with the essential knowledge you need to run smoother projects, delight your stakeholders, and fight fewer fires.

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What are the knowledge areas?

Integration Management

Integration management helps teams work together more seamlessly. It takes various processes, systems, and methodologies and brings them together to form a cohesive strategy.

Communications Management

Communications management outlines the processes and procedures needed to ensure that information and data throughout the life of a project are properly collected, stored, and distributed across the project team.

Cost Management

Cost management is the process of planning and controlling the budget of a project. It involves everything from planning the overall project budgets to funding individual actions throughout the life of a project.

Quality Management

Quality management is the process of continually measuring quality throughout the life of a project and making necessary changes until the desired quality is achieved.

Time Management

Time management involves analysing and developing a schedule and timeline for project completion. Formalised time management processes provide a buffer for things like unexpected roadblocks and misestimated timelines.

Resource Management

Resource management is the process of effectively planning, scheduling, and allocating all resources needed to execute on a project. This process touches on everything from financial resources to human capital.

Scope Management

Scope management is the process of actively managing what is and is not included in any given project. The scope should be defined in the planning phase of a project and should be reviewed throughout the execution to minimise scope creep wherever possible.

Risk Management

Risk management is the process of mitigating the potential negative impact unforeseen events can have a project's cost, time table, or other resources. This process should be accounted for from start to finish on all projects.

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