Project Management Mind Maps


Mind Maps – a visual form of sharing knowledge. It is easy to grasp. It is perfect for remember & reproduce, so I use Mind Maps extensively in my articles & posts. Project Management is a vast knowledge area where every process has lot of things involved & interacted in a complex manner. The complexity involved in Project Management & simplicity of representation in Mind Maps makes an unbreakable combination.

In this page, I will be posting Mind Map representation of Project Management Knowledge Areas that is aligned with PMBOK 5th Edition. I will be adding more content to this page in next few months, so bookmark this page & visit often to view latest information.

Project Management Processes - Knowledge Area-wise

Project Management Processes – Knowledge Area-wise

Project Management Processes - Process Group-wise

Project Management Processes – Process Group-wise

Develop Project Management Plan

Develop Project Management Plan

Develop Project Charter

Develop Project Charter

Estimate Costs

Estimate Costs

Identify Stakeholders

Identify Stakeholders

Control Quality

Control Quality

Plan Scope Management

Plan Scope Management

Validate Scope

Validate Scope

Sequence Activities

Sequence Activities

Plan Cost Management

Plan Cost Management

Close Procurements

Close Procurements

Close Project or Phase

Close Project or Phase

Develop Schedule

Develop Schedule

 

Define Scope

Define Scope

Create WBS

Create WBS

Control Scope

Control Scope

Acquire Project Team

Acquire Project Team

14 thoughts on “Project Management Mind Maps

  1. Great work Babou. I’m an IT Professor and always looking for simple ways to walk students through the 47 processes of PMBOK. Looks like you hit on a winning formula. Mind mapping is the proverbial starting point in developing a strategic mindset and getting everyone involved in the process. I’ve used it often in class, but not in breaking down the elements of PM as you have.

  2. Hi Babou, I like your work a lot. Is it possible to get an imx copy of the project management maps? Please advise.

  3. Sir, I really need to pass this exam. I bought the book and I am reading it, but I have no clear plan that will make me succeed at the first attempt. I know it is not going to be easy, and it is not impossible in the same time. The mind mapping is a great tool and I would appreciate it if you could advise me about other ways to go through all of these information.
    Thanks.

    • Following are my advise. First and foremost is – don’t get scared of exam! It is just another exam like your school or college & there is nothing special about it. It takes the same plan, effort and concentration as any other exam. I encourage you to make study plans & don’t just read books from cover to cover. Initial days of plan may look bit hard, but once you find the pattern (i.e. your study pattern as well as how the chapters are structured) you will start getting idea on how to proceed next. Attempt sample exams & review the chapters of low score. Until you get confident on your scoring don’t go to exam center because you may get the same result there also.

    • Generally you need to know all of them but memorization is bit difficult if you go by the book order. Go in logical order & group them in the way you can remember.

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