Be guided by an actionable PMBOK process map in project management.
We help project teams adhere to the PMBOK with lower cost and risks. The Just-in-Time process map features a PMBOK process template that contains all the actionable work items your team need to manage projects with PMBOK. Team members follow the steps and instructions defined in each work item to get the management activities done. Process deliverables will be automatically generated and archived in a visual File Cabinet for future accessing.
The Just-in-Time process map is configurable. You can add and remove phases to reflect process changes, and to re-arrange, add and remove work items to reflect the activities to be performed. All these can be done any time you like, making the map highly flexible and adaptable to your project.
Work items mainly serve two purposes: Data collection and problem analysis.
Collection of process data is achieved by using work items that support form-filling, like the figure shown below. Typical examples of form-filling work items include project charter, scope management plan and issue log. All the work items are well-designed and ready-to-use. You can include them in your process map without further customization needed.
The information provided under work items will be consolidated and summarized in nice formatted, and yet customizable PMBOK deliverables. You can easily access the auto-generated copies under the Project Management Repository, a visual File Cabinet, or to generate one on-demand.
|Initiation||Planning||Execution||Monitoring and Controlling||Closing|
|Project Charter||Project Management Plan||Cost Management Plan||Project Status Report||Change Request||Lessons Learned|
|Stakeholder Register||Requirements Management Plan||Activity Cost Estimate||Deliverables Status||Change Log|
|Scope Management Plan||Cost Baseline||Change Request||Earned Value Status Report|
|Requirements Documentation||Project Funding Requirements||Project Team Directory|
|Requirements Traceability Matrix||Quality Management Plan||Team Performance Assessment|
|Project Scope Statement||Process Quality Checklists||Enterprise Environment Factors|
|Scope Baseline||Product Quality Checklists||Procurement Agreement|
|Schedule Management Plan||Quality Metrics||Issue Log|
|Activity Attributes||Process Management Plan|
|Activity List||Human Resource Management Plan|
|Milestone List||Communications Management Plan|
|Project Schedule Network||Risk Management Plan|
|Activity Resource Requirements||Risk Register|
|Resource Breakdown Resource||Change Request|
|Activity Duration Estimates||Make-or-Buy Decisions|
|Project Calendar||Procurement Management Plan|
|Project Schedule||Procurement Statement of Work|
|Schedule Baseline||Stakeholder Management Plan|
As process workers complete work items on the PMBOK process map, the information entered will be consolidated and summarized as PMBOK deliverables, which are automatically generated and archived in the Project Management Repository, a visual File Cabinet.
You can easily find hundreds of references in the topic of PMBOK, but that will cost you hours of effort for searching the relevant information to move a step forward! The PMBOK tool provides you with inline, step-by-step guide-through instructions together with samples for each step.
One size really can't fit all, and that's why process tailoring is important. The Just-in-Time Process Map features a full set of generic work items that enable the acquisition and storage of diagrams and text throughout a custom process. Simply drag the work items you need from the gallery to the process map. Process workers can then perform the action required during process execution.
Assign task for each of the work items in the Just-in-Time process map to Tasifier, the Task Manager platform anytime and work collaboratively with your project team members.
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