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Project Management consists of managing your project plan, achieving your project objectives, and delivering the intended project results to your users, customers and management. As a Project Manager, doing this effectively requires a disciplined project management approach using key project management methods, tools, and documents to guide your progress. What are these important project management documents?
- User Requirements & Project Assumptions:
customer comments, stated and implied requirements, and project assumptions from the customer or management.
- Feasibility Study:
industry research, costs, and methods that provide the basis for the financial justification to management.
- Business Case Justification:
the financial justification to management derived from the feasibility study, user requirements and project assumptions.
- Project Charter:
the basic problem, goals, benefits, and schedule
- Project Plan:
the detailed schedule, budget, resources, risks, assumptions, and roles & responsibilities for all stakeholders.
- Acceptance Plan:
customer criteria for receipt of project deliverables.
- Quality Plan:
the project management policies, procedures, standards, and reviews used to ensure customer acceptance.
- Communications Plan:
the stakeholders, what they need to know, and when.
- Procurement Plan:
external resources and the tender management process for acquisition.
- Post Project Review:
important project achievements and lessons learned from project errors for future project improvements.
Top Ten ” Must Have” Project Management Documents:
- User Requirements & Project Assumptions
- Feasibility Study
- Business Case Justification
- Project Charter
- Project Plan
- Acceptance Plan
- Quality Plan
- Communications Plan
- Procurement Plan
- Post Project Review