You can incorporate this log into the Scope Statement, or let it stand alone. For planning purposes, assumptions are factors that are considered to be true or real without proof; while constraints are an applicable restriction or limitation (internal or external to a project) that will affect the performance of the project or process.
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The project scope statement details your project's deliverables and describes the major objectives, which includes measurable criteria for success. Use this template to document the six essential elements.
The Project Charter formally authorizes a project or phase. It defines the reason for the project and assigns a project manager--and the PM's authority level. The content of the Charter should describe the project in high-level terms.
The Stakeholder Management Plan is part of the Project Management Plan and identifies ways to effectively engage stakeholders. This template allows you to track each stakeholder and formulate a plan to work and communicate with each of them.
One way to use a requirements traceability matrix is to trace the relationship between categories of requirements. An Inter-Requirements Traceability Matrix can be used to capture this information.
This template provides a step-by-step guide to developing a new organizational process. It is intended to be completed in conjunction with the development of the process and serves as a checklist for the completion of the work.
This template helps the owner of a stakeholder relationship to determine the best approach to managing that stakeholder. This template may not be appropriate for all stakeholders, but should be used for major ones.
How important is the stakeholder? Can they drive change, cancel it, approve budgets? This template is a simple stakeholder register for identifying and scoring stakeholders based on importance and influence, and also has fields for major concerns and relationship owner.
Once you have your activity list, activity attributes and activity resource requirements, it's time to estimate activity duration before you develop your schedule.
You've created your Work Breakdown Structure and are now in the process of estimating costs. Use this form for each project to keep track of your Activity Cost Estimates.