[PM586 Project Management Systems – Project –I]
Keller Graduate School of Management
Table of Contents
Table of Contents 2
Essay 1 Project Communication Plan 3
Essay 2 Risk Management Plan 5
Project charter 8
Time/Decision Points 10
Cost/Financial Assumptions 10
User Acceptance Criteria/Quality 11
Project Scope Statement 13
Project Description 13
Project Product 13
Project Deliverables 13
Project Objectives 14
Essay 1 Project Communication Plan
Project stakeholders who have all forms of communications are more capable of sharing information efficiently to the project team. More knowledge about the project is essential to the project’s success. Project Communication is a tool which project managers should handle well as it provides directions to the team, senior executives, highlights issues, tasks pending, risks and exceptions about the project.
Communication plan will allow project participants with the knowledge of what the status of project is and how they are affected. This plan will layout as a framework for participating, informing and obtaining buy-in from all team members throughout the project cycle.
Janet as a project manager can control the project by obtaining regular status reports from team. The Schedule and method of how to obtain the status should be defined in the communication plan. The status report will help the team to determine where the project stands at a particular period of time.
Communication can be oral or written, oral communication helps to build an face to face agreement. Usually, this helps during the start of the project. Written communication through email or through any type of document will be more reliable form as this is more appropriate for future
References: Gido, Clements (Fourth Edition) Successful Project Management Text book chapter (4) pg (88-100) Gido, Clements (Fourth Edition) Successful Project Management Text book chapter (12) pg (370-385)