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|Published Date||Tuesday, July 13th 2021|
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Project Management .Tuesday, July 13th 2021.
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So far as the mechanics of the Charter, here are some definitions. The "objective" is really just stating what the project should accomplish. The scope of the project is simply defining the parameters or boundaries of what will be done to accomplish the project. The things that need to be done to make the project a success are called deliverable. These are packages of work that need to be done, either individually or collectively, for the project to move along as planned. Finally, the authorize are the ones that have the authority to say yes or no to the project and ultimately the ones that are going to pay for it. The authorize are also called Stakeholders...not because they love beef, but because these are actually the people that have the highest "stake" in the project being done right. Sticking with our wedding planning theme, the stakeholders might be the Bride, Groom, Parents and the minister.
In the best experience, it is often thought that projects need to be somewhat complex in nature in order to use project management. The beauty of project management though is that even if there is little complexity to deal with, these principles will still be of great value to the individual applying them. At its core, project management is as much about efficiency as it is about bringing to fruition something that does not currently exist. Let's get started by defining a few things.
This is a very important component of the project that is often overlooked. Think of the Project Charter as your "Permission" to continue. Why do you need permission you may ask? Because 80% of project failures occur from a lack of communication. Have you ever had your boss tell you what they needed from you and then ask you to something completely different? I'll bet that not only did you clarify exactly what they wanted, but you spent an enormous amount of time creating it. Only in the end to have them tell you that you must have misunderstood. A Project Charter is really your protection against this type of mismanagement and miscommunication.
The Project Manager may also create a process improvement document that reviews the processes used by the project (e. g.
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