pm3000 unit 2 assignment 1

Project Management Lifecycles and Characteristics
This assignment is divided into two parts:
Part 1: Project Management Lifecycles
The project lifecycle is determined by the type of organization and the desired outcomes, such as sequential versus iterative. Select either a business or IT project and, as the PM, determine what project lifecycle is best suited for the project.

Examples of business projects include (but are not limited to): planning a company event, planning a traditional wedding, construction, or business-oriented focus.
Examples of IT projects include (but are not limited to): ERP implementation, Web site development, WAN design, IT Security, et cetera.

As the project manager, develop a 1–3-page analysis of the selected lifecycle. Include:

Definition of the lifecycle.
Phases of the lifecycle.
Required tools, techniques, and documents used in each phase.
Expected outcomes of each phase.

Part 2: Understanding the Integration of the PMI Knowledge Areas and Process Groups
Complete this part based on the following scenario:
You are the project manager (PM) based in the United States for a global and multinational communications company. You have been recently asked to develop a project strategy that introduces a new technology device to existing customers. Your Project Management Office (PMO), based in Germany, adheres to the PMI waterfall methodology, which includes the ten knowledge areas and the five process groups.
Develop a 1–3-page strategy document describing the following:

Provide an overview of the problem and a solution.
Address how this global company affects your decision making in developing this project strategy.
For each of the ten knowledge areas, describe the information, inputs, and details.
For each of the five process groups, describe the tools and techniques that could be used.
Describe the interactions of the five process groups throughout the waterfall project lifecycle.

Additional Requirements

Written communication: Ensure written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
Number of resources: At least 3 current scholarly or professional resources for each part.
Formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA guidelines for style and formatting.
Length: 1–3 double-spaced pages for each part.
Include a title page and reference page.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
Submission: Be sure to include all parts in your submission.

Project Management Institute. Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) — Sixth Edition and Agile Practice Guide. Newtown Square. PA. 2017.
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