Date Added: Mar 2009
A Project Management (PM) process is a process that wraps sound and repeatable structure around a series of events that lead to a projects completion or implementation. In most cases, you will see a structured diagram that lists the project management process groups used to manage a project. In most cases Project Management (PM) processes actually serve a purpose in an organisation by providing a PM process methodology in an environment where one did not formally exist. Though a corporation may have a SDLC (Systems Development Life Cycle) documented, these are specific to systems and application development and not project management. It should be kindly noted that projects are not exclusive to an Information Systems Department.