SENERIO: Key Components of Traditional and Nontraditional Project Management
You are the newly hired junior member on the staff in the Program Management Office (PMO) of your company. The weekly staff meeting was cancelled because the senior manager for the PMO is in Chicago at a conference. So, instead, the office is conducting a professional development session. This PMO closely follows the (PMBOK) Project Management Book of Knowledge . By way of review, you are asked to lead the discussion by describing the key components, roles, and responsibilities found in traditional project management as defined by the PMBOK. Select one element of the PMBOK processes that you feel is most important to the execution of a project, and explain why you think it is the most important.