Project Management, Project Communication, And Project Stakeholder Management

797 Words Oct 5th, 2016 4 Pages
Introduction This assignment will address three areas of project management that stood out while taking this program. Project integrated management, project communication, and project stakeholder management. A discussion on how they are executed will be presented. As more courses were taken during this project management graduate program, many of the project management concepts became clear and revealed more of the interdependencies and intricate dynamics that are required for successful project management.
Stakeholder Management Project Stakeholder Management is under the 13.0 project knowledge area and entails four management process groups. The process groups are (1) Initial Planning, (2) Planning, (3) Executing, and (4) Monitoring and Controlling. What is important to note is without proper management of stakeholders, the probability of project failures are high. Additionally, the risk to a project being completed successfully also goes up. According to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) (2013), any individual that can or may impact, influence, or alter a project should be identified and have their interest documented. This is knowns as the identifying stakeholder method (PMBOK, 2013). When all stakeholders are acknowledged and their interest documented, they all must be managed continuously throughout the entire project cycle. Furthermore, a tailored process of engagement must be part of the management process to account for personality variances.…
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