PMI divides the management processes within each process group (column in the table above) into knowledge areas.
What are knowledge areas? They are areas of expertise or specialization. Every project needs to have skills and knowledge in each of these areas.
In the next figure, each row of the table represents a unique knowledge area.
About the Author
Brian Denis Egan is CEO of a manufacturing company (Book Box Company) and a management consultant. He has written three professional development manuals and numerous white papers on aspects of management science. Since 2000, Brian has been a part-time instructor for Global Knowledge within the Management product line.
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