Sunday 28 November 2021

What are execution processes?

Execution processes are "processes that are performed to complete the work specified in the project management plan in order to achieve the project goals". Simply put, follow the project management plan created in the planning process and take action.



The project management presented to is mainly in the planning process and monitoring and control. Therefore, the execution process group deals mainly with processes related to human management, such as resources and communication. Monitoring and controlling execution and reviewing plans are important roles that project managers are required to do.

Execution processes

The execution process group includes 10 processes:
【project integrated management】


Work direction and management ・ project knowledge management

【quality management】

Quality management
【resource management】

Acquisition of resources • development of teams • management of teams
【communication management】

Communication management
【risk management】

Implementation of risk response measures
【procurement management】

Implementation of procurement
【stakeholder management】

Project work directing and management

learn about typical processes. the project work command and management process leads, executes, and executes the work defined in the project management plan. there are three main tasks to do so.


of business activities to achieve project goals, input of resources (labor and funds), creation of deliverables


of resources acquisition of personnel, placement of team members, training and management, utilization of materials and equipment, procurement management

Management work

change management, risk management, communication, progress management, process improvement activities, administrative communication, meetings, procedures

Change request

The command and management of the project work executes the work based on the project management plan. as we proceed with the work, i think that there are things that do not proceed according to the project management plan. however, in this phase, you only make a change request without making any changes. this is because if you make changes freely, you will not be able to manage. a change request is the process of getting approval to make a change. there are three main changes requirements defined.

Corrective action measures

to keep the condition that deviates from the project management plan within the permissible range preventive measures measures to reduce the risk of the project defect treatment measures to correct defective products of work in projects

Team development

In the execution process, team management is important because it increases the number of people. of particular importance are improving the skills of team members and improving the confidence and cohesion of team members. to do so, project managers need relationship and technical skills.

Relationship skills

Relationship skills, also known as soft skills, are skills for dealing with human issues such as predicting members' emotions and behaviors and following members. for example, there are the following.

  • effective communication, such as information exchange between members
  • leadership by presenting visions and strategies
  • encourage members to achieve higher outcomes
  • negotiation/conflict management skills to build consensus from different opinions

Technical skills

  • technical skills are skills for developing teams. for example, there are the following.
  • training to strengthen your team's skills
  • awards and rewards that increase the motivation of the team
  • collocation to create a physical environment, such as a project room

Stakeholder engagement management

In the stakeholder engagement management process, we will "communicate, work together, address issues, and strengthen the appropriate stakeholder engagement of project activities in order to meet the needs and expectations of our stakeholders." stakeholder engagement management includes four main topics:

  • engage stakeholders at the right stage of the project
  • managing stakeholder expectations
  • anticipate and address future issues likely to be raised by stakeholders
  • clarify and resolve identified issues

Stakeholders have a significant impact on the outcome of the project. For example, gaining good reputation from high-impact stakeholders can improve the project environment, or relationships can be a serious obstacle for low-impact stakeholders. Therefore, it is important to analyze stakeholders at the time of planning.

In addition, stakeholder management may be difficult only through formal channels such as meetings. This requires project managers to communicate using different means, including informal approaches such as ad hoc meetings, email exchanges, and informal conversations.

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