Manage Communications Process

According to the PMBOK, approximately around 75-90 percent of a project manager's working time is consumed by formally or informally communicating about the project. Therefore, it is quite easy to predict that the correct management of communications in project management directly affects the success of the project.

Identify Risks Process

Previously in the process map, you have prepared a guide on how to manage project risk through the process of planning risk management. Next is the identify risks process, which involves finding and identifying risks that have the potential to have a positive or negative impact on the project. Yes, you have heard it right. Even though the term "risk" sounds a little bit negative, risk can be both positive or negative. Positive risks are often called as "opportunities".

Alternatives Analysis

Alternative analysis in project management is not only a project management method to be used only in business life. The essence of it is very similar to the decisions taken in our daily lives. 

Analogous Estimating

The simplest forecasting method in project management by far is analog estimating. Analog estimating is a popular project management method that uses projects that were previously carried out by comparing them with the current project, going over the differences and similarities identified. Quite simple.

Change Log

Change log is a project management document that lists changes made during the project lifecycle. Change log is used to track transactions that involve reviewing, approving or rejecting, checking, and closing changes that will be applied to the project. 

Team Charter

The team charter document is created to define the values of the project team, the facts about the project agreed by the team, and the basic rules for the project.  From the perspective of the project manager, and for the sake of optimal value delivery at the end of the project team charter is one of the most useful documents for managing the project team.

Assumption Log

Assumption logs are project artifacts in which project assumptions and constraints are recorded throughout the project's lifecycle. They are categorized among project logs and registers.

Situational Leadership Models

Situational leadership models are a subgroup of project management models used by professionals deliberately or inherently. Situational leadership models can be used while applying a variety of project management methodologies. They can be categorized under models, methods, and artifacts section.

Project Management Models

Project management models are perspectives that show how things work and how they should be, which can be used in any area of Project Management. According to PMI, a model is "a way of thinking". We have already mentioned them in the models, methods, and artifacts section. 

Models, Methods, and Artifacts

According to PMI, a model is "a way of thinking to explain a process, framework, or phenomenon", a method is "the means for achieving an outcome, output, result, or project deliverable", and an artifact is a template, document, output, or project deliverable.