6th Edition PMBOK® Guide–Process 9.5 Manage Team: Outputs


As a result of doing process 9.5 Manage Team, it may be necessary to make changes in either the way the team is handled in order to conform to the Resource Management Plan, or it may require changes to the Resource Management Plan if the initial plan turns out to be unrealistic based on new information and/or experiences gained during the process.

9.5.4 Manage Team:  Outputs

9.5.3.1 Change Requests

If in managing the team there are recommendations for corrective or preventive actions, these requests for changes are made and then processed for review in process 4.6 Perform Integrated Change Control.   If these changes include staffing changes, these can create changes in the project management plan (see next paragraph).

9.5.3.2 Project Management Plan Updates

The components of the project management plan that may be updated as a result of this process include the following:

  • Resource management plan–the experience of this process may require updating the resource management plan
  • Schedule baseline–if staffing changes require changes to the schedule, this is updated as a result of this process.
  • Cost baseline–if staffing changes require changes to the budget, this is updated as a result of this process.

9.5.3.3 Project Documents Updates

  • Issue log–if new issues are raised as a result of this process, they are entered in the issue log
  • Lessons learned register–if information or challenges relating to the management of the team are encountered as a result of this process, the lessons learned register is updated so that the approaches that worked well can continue to be utilized during the project, and so that approaches that did not work well can be avoided.
  • Project team assignments–if changes to the team are required as a result of this process, then these changes are recorded in the project team assignment documentation.

9.5.3.4 Enterprise Environmental Factors Updates

  • Input to organizational performance appraisals
  • Updates to personnel skills

The next process is controlling resources, both physical resources and human resources.

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