A timely white paper flags the key issues of identifying and conducting business process improvements driven by enterprise software solutions, and the selection, implementation and change management involved in bringing the solution to value. Sound project management is the most influential factor in separating the successful projects from the unsuccessful.
Read a white paper that introduces and details the characteristics of the Project Management Process Groups (as defined by the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOKÆ) Guide) and the relationships between them:
- Group #1: The Initiating Process Group
- Group #2: The Planning Process Group
- Group #3: The Executing Process Group
- Group #4: The Monitoring & Controlling Process Group
- Group #5: The Closing Group
Learn the basic characteristics of project management and the best project managers, our advised basic structure for your project team, and what your project team must do with respect to the Process Groups for your project to be successful.
A project manager’s job is to lead the project and bear the ultimate responsibility for accomplishing your project’s objectives. The paper highlights these five process groups to set the foundation for an integrated and well-executed project for your enterprise solution.