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5.5. Validar el Alcance

Es el proceso que consiste en formalizar la aceptación de los entregables del Proyecto que se han completado. Los entregables verificados obtenidos durante la gestión de la calidad, son revisados con el cliente o patrocinador a fin de asegurar que han sido completados satisfactoriamente y que han recibido aceptación formal. 589 more words

PMBOK 5

5.1. Planificar la Gestión del Alcance

Al planificar la Gestión del Alcance, estamos determinando cómo se definirá, validará y controlará el Alcance del Proyecto, incluyendo la gestión de los requisitos de todos los trabajos a realizar. 785 more words

PMBOK 5

7.1. Planificar la Gestión de los Costos

La Gestión de los Costes del Proyecto debe considerar las necesidades de los interesados, ya que diferentes interesados medirán los Costes de diferentes formas y en diferentes momentos… 729 more words

PMBOK 5

Introduction to Projects

It is very excited to start our lesson. This is small steps to reach our goal of the PMP Certification.
Let get started.

What is a Project? 129 more words

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Project Estimating Using Planning Poker


Add a little fun and pizzas to your project estimating.

For each planning participant, you’ll need to make or purchase a deck of cards. Numbers (such as be 0, ½, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 20, 40, 100, and “Don’t really know.”) on the cards correspond to various development times, such as hours, days or even agile story points for which Fibonacci numbers would be more appropriate. 129 more words

Publishing

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Problem Definition:

Having highlighted the importance of project charters and following the previous blog which discussed why sometimes the project charter are left out, this blog will discuss what are the implications of not having a project charter and how it can affect the overall project success.

PMI

Something to help you prepare for the MS Project 2013 certification test!

Being constantly busy, we always try to figure out practical ways to make the best use of our limited time. After all “time” is, most of the times, a major constraint in almost all of our projects!

Project Management