Answered By: Cassandra Feidt
Last Updated: Sep 03, 2019     Views: 83

The purpose of a project plan generally remains the same, regardless of the particular form or format this specialized document takes: to document the plan for seeing a particular project to fruition. Project plans will commonly include information on process, timelines, resources, and tools required in order to meet objectives. Browse the following resources to help you begin drafting your project plan.

Library Readings:

Create Your Project Plan

GEIT Framework at Work, Part 3: Creating a Project Plan

Project Management for IT-Related Projects - Project Planning

Videos:

Create Your Project Plan 

Create a New Project Plan

Examples:

Complete Project Plan from Digital Project Management

Related FAQs:

Gantt Charts

 

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