Project Management

Artifacts

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Artifacts are documents related to the project. Project Managers must fully document objectives and deliverables. These documents align projects to business objectives, address the needs of sponsors and clients, and properly set the project team's expectations.

Examples of artifacts include: Project Charter, Business Case, Requirements, and customer/stakeholder analysis.

Artifacts are typically living documents and formally updated to reflect changes in scope. They exist so that everyone involved in the project has a shared understanding of all information related to the effort.


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