25th June, 2015
For the above-mentioned question, CMMI Consultants may take inputs from the following:
The Project Planning starts with the signing of contract, issuance of scope of work document and conduct of Project Initiation Meeting by the Program Manager/Account Manager. During the Initiation Meeting the resources are allocated and commitments from the different stake holders are taken.
Following documents are provided as the input to the Project Planning Phase:
During the Project Planning following activities are being conducted by the Project Manager along with the team:
Outputs created during the implementation of the Project Planning activities are as under:
The above is not an exhaustive coverage of the Project Monitoring and Control (PMC), CMMI Process Areas but is substantive enough to create a good foundation of the project monitoring and execution process in an organization.
Source: CMMI for Development Version 1.3
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