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A Guide to the

Project Management Body of Knowledge
Third Edition (PMBOK® Guide)

an American National Standard ANSI/PMI 99-001-2004

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CONTENTS
Preface......................................................................................................................... vii The ProjectManagement Framework .................................................................. 1
Introduction ............................................................................................................ 3 1.1 Purpose of the PMBOK® GUIDE .................................................................3 1.2 What is a Project?........................................................................................5 1.3 What is Project Management?.....................................................................8 1.4 The PMBOK® GUIDE Structure ...................................................................9 1.5 Areas of Expertise......................................................................................12 1.6 Project Management Context....................................................................16 Project Life Cycle and Organization .................................................................. 19 2.1 The Project Life Cycle ................................................................................19 2.2 Project Stakeholders ..................................................................................24 2.3 Organizational Influences...
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