What Are Project Plans?
A project plan is largely different from scheduling, and is the result of pre-planning. Changes in the project plan always impact the schedule. The project plan describes how the project will work. It is the main source of information about how the project is planned according to needs of implementation, monitoring, controlling and closing.
The project plan is a great tool in the hands of managers and it answers the following questions:
- What is the staff doing now? In what projects are they involved and when will they be free?
- Who is going to do new projects?
- What specialists will you ask to solve a problem that has suddenly arisen (to find and fix a critical problem or mistake that has arisen at the wrong time, talk with customer, etc.)?
- And finally, when everything else is good, just simply to wonder: how is the project going? Continue reading Everything About How to Write a Project Plan