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Create a PowerPoint Presentation with at least 10 slides (including title and reference slide). You must have detailed speaker notes with at least 250 words in each note section OF EACH SLIDE, which means 2,500 words worth of speaker notes.

Summarize Project integration

o Be sure to include the 5 process groups

o Explain how the 5 process groups  integrate with one another

o Identify one key takeaway from the class and explain why it is important to you

o Discuss change control and risk management.  What are the key points and how can they help the project manager manage the project successfully

At least one reference is required.

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To better assist with the key takeaway from the class, please see the class information below: 

Course Description

This course completes the topics presented in the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge and includes project cost, quality, procurement, and risk management. Students are provided with opportunities to apply these concepts using real-life exercises, examples, and software tools. Special consideration is given to preparing students for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam.

Course Objectives

Explain the overall framework of project integration management based on the project management knowledge areas        

Discuss the importance of creating and using a project charter for the management of a project

Explain the elements needed in the project management plan and how they help the project stay on track

Discuss the elements needed to perform, monitor and control risks

Explain the importance of managing time, scope, and schedule

Create a change control log and use it to plan for unexpected changes to the project

Discuss the difference between project, program and portfolio management and the role they play in project integration


Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling

Author: Harold Kerzner 

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