Project planning is more than just scheduling. It covers the entire process of getting agreement across all of the project's stakeholders, customers, and team members. A good project plan outlines the goals and deliverables of the project -- what is being developed -- and the major activities used to achieve those goals. A comprehensive planning document includes the assumptions that were made and identifies major risks as they become known. The planning process allows for changes to this agreement as the project unfolds, and the resulting documentation becomes a living guide to project execution, rather than a hidebound desk ornament. The templates, guidelines, and resources in these pages help you identify the elements of a good project plan, explain how to put a good plan together, and make planning work for your team (instead of the other way around). This is only a partial collection; see our full list of planning and scope templates for more.
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