Manage Project Knowledge: The What, How, & Why of the 6th Edition PMBOK® Guide New Process

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Topic:  Description: Manage Project Knowledge is the process of using existing knowledge and creating new knowledge to achieve the project’s objectives and contribute to organization’s learning (PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition). It is about using existing knowledge within the organization to achieve the project’s objectives and then using new knowledge gained on the project to contribute to the organization”s body of knowledge.  The webinar will offer a deep dive into the new process “Manage Project Knowledge,” introduced in the PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition. We will explore what knowledge is created in a project,  how this process interacts with other processes, and why knowledge management is essential for project management.

When:  1 Hour Webinar on Wednesday October 24,  2018  12:00 Noon Eastern    11:00 a.m. Central     9:00 a.m. Pacific 

What: The webinar will offer a deep dive into the new process “Manage Project Knowledge,” introduced in the PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition. We will explore what knowledge is created in a project, how this process interacts with other processes, and why knowledge management is essential for project management.

  • New process: “Manage Project Knowledge”
  • Knowledge as a project deliverable
  • Explicit and implicit knowledge
  • Knowledge and integration management
  • Knowledge and communication management
  • Knowledge and stakeholder management
  • Tools and techniques for knowledge management
  • Knowledge management and the learning organization

Who Should Attend & Why:  By adding the new process “Manage Project Knowledge,” PMI highlights the role of projects in building organizational knowledge. Participants will learn how to incorporate knowledge management into their project management skills and activities. For experienced project managers, the webinar will provide an update on standards in the PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition. For people planning to take the PMP or CAPM certification exam, the webinar will provide an overview of this process and is ideal for:

  • Project managers at any level of experience
  • Junior or entry-level project managers
  • PMP candidates
  • CAPM candidates
  • Business and management students interested in project management

Outcomes:  At the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the importance of the process “Manage Project Knowledge” within the PMI framework
  • Describe the types of knowledge generated by projects
  • Apply tools and techniques for knowledge management
  • Create outputs that document project knowledge
  • Encourage project team members to value knowledge management

Meet the Presenter

Mimi Rosenfeld

Mimi Rosenfeld

Trainer, PMP

Mimi is a project manager who leads cross-functional teams with a focus on process, communication, and training. She holds Project Management Professional (PMP) certification as well as an MBA from Cornell University. During her career in publishing and advertising, Mimi directed system implementations, managed multi-channel marketing programs, and initiated best practices for quality and efficiency. As a trainer, she launched the PMP Boot Camp course at PMO Advisory and developed related instructional materials. Mimi also organized career development events for the New York City Chapter of the Project Management Institute.

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Manage Project Knowledge Key Terms

  • Deliverable. Any unique and verifiable product, result or capability to perform a service that must be produced to complete a process, phase or project.
  • Lessons Learned. The knowledge gained from the process of performing the project.
  • Lessons Learned Register. The documented explicit knowledge in which the skills, experience, and expertise of the project team and other stakeholders are codified for reusing existing knowledge and creating new knowledge to improve the performance of the project. A project manager finalizes the lessons learned register at the end of a project life cycle, to include final information on phase or project closure.
  • Lessons Learned Repository. The organizational process asset where the finalized version of the lessons learned register is transferred when closing a project, for use by future projects.
  • Resource Breakdown Structure. A breakdown of the resources required to complete the project, by category and type.
  • Stakeholder Register. A prioritized list of all of the project’s stakeholders and the pertinent information about them, such as their interest in the project, the power they have to influence the project, their expectations, and how their expectations will be managed.

Manage Project Knowledge: The What, How, & Why of the 6th Edition PMBOK® Guide New Process

1 Hour Webinar

Wednesday, October 24, 2018
12:00 Noon Eastern    11:00 a.m. Central    9:00 a.m. Pacific 

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