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Could you specify aout what document are you talking about? Thanks
yes, the Charter comes first, that is how you know a project exists for your organization. It should be created and signed by the project sponsor, but many times the project manager writes it.
Although there might be project relevant documents before the charter, like a business case.
As to PMI, there is no project plan and there is no project implementation plan. There is a set of plans (like schedule, cost budgeting) that are put together in what PMI calls project management plan. It is created by the project manager plus team.
The project management plan is progressively elaborated during the project, as new information becomes known. So a the most correct project management plan exists only at the end of the project.
In the context of determining the methodology, I suspect they are referring to the delivery model. In disciplined agile for example the tool kit has a flow chart to help determine whether a lean/kanban approach or a PD type approach would be the better choice.
That precedes the project plan itself.
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