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3/25/13 WD2 SA

project management the practice of applying skills and processes to activities in order to meet deadlines and achieve desired results
project a sequence of tasks that must be accomplished within a certain time frame to achieve a desired result
task a unit of work that must be accomplished during the course of a project
resource a person department or device needed to accomplish a task
assignment the appointment of a specific resource to a specific task
scope creep gradual increases in project scope that can undermine the success of a project
stakeholder A person or group with an interest in a project, and with the power to exert influence (either positive or negative) over the project and affect results
needs analysis Determining a customer's needs by acquiring information, processing and evaluating the info then creating a plan of action to address the needs
assumption a factor that is considered to be real or certain for plannin purpose
constraint a factor such as budget or time that limits a project managers options
Statement of Work (SOW) A contract to initiate a project; the contract contains project goals and specifies how those goals will be met.
project schedule A document that lists the planned dates for performing tasks and meeting goals defined in a project plan.
milestone the end of a stage that marks the completin of a task r series of related tasks resulting in a key deliverable
change management the process tools and techniques that help people implemnet changes to achieve a desired outcome
Created by: ash.sa2