Project Management is a body of knowledge that the libraries adopted in 2013 to build a culture of shared nomenclature, methods, and processes. It is not abstract training, but application based to incorporate current and future projects that are cross departmental.
The Project Charter (PC) may also be considered the initiation document. A PC may define background, objectives, scope, team, timeline and other valuable information for a project to move through the stages of input to outputs.
Good practices are guidelines for team members to use in order to meet deadlines and produce appropriate outcomes.
Communications guidelines include ways inwhich communication may take place to keep key audience, stakeholders, and sponsors up-to-date on project progress.
The vocabulary is a list of terms that may be used as common nomenclature to assist in formulating a project management culture.
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