Project Management Institute

What's in a project plan?

This article discusses assembling a project plan; elements mentioned include scope definition, scope quality plan, review and approvals table, work breakdown structure, resources and stakeholders, milestone schedule, change management, and executive summary.
registered user content locked

Log in or join PMI to gain access

or Account Registration

Advertisement

Advertisement

Related Content

  • PM Network

    Blind Spots member content locked

    By Oyvetsky, Marat Even in an era of merger and acquisition (M&A) mania, teams continue to encounter surprises when they help organizations join forces. It happened to me this year when a company seeking a detailed…

  • PM Network

    A Wide Net member content locked

    Inclusion is a never-ending process, not a project with a defined start and stop date. However, projects can be used to help organizations make progress in their journey toward inclusion, and…

  • PM Network

    Fueling Transformation member content locked

    By Gantz, Jeremy With more than 260 billion barrels in proven reserves, Saudi Aramco is an undeniable force in the global oil market. But to remain one of the largest companies in the world, the state-owned entity…

  • PM Network

    Branch of Power member content locked

    PM Network interviews Sandrine Wamy, PMP, Regional CIO at Bolloré Transport & Logistics, Douala, Cameroon about strategic planning.

  • PM Network

    Cashing Out member content locked

    By Ali, Ambreen Cash is no longer king. In 2018, for the first time ever, the number of global ATMs decreased. Around the world, countries and retailers are launching monetary projects to become entirely digital.…

Advertisement

Publishing or acceptance of an advertisement is neither a guarantee nor endorsement of the advertiser's product or service. View advertising policy.