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Sample Project Management Plan

We have proven record in managing large and small projects using formal project management methodologies as well as agile software development methods.

The following is a sample project plan we used to implement the Y Mentor web portal.

  1. Initiating the Project
    1. Conduct Project Selection Methods
    2. Define Scope
    3. Identify and Perform Stakeholder Analysis (Release 1 Sprint 1 User Stories Identified)
    4. Document Project Risks, Assumptions, and Constraints
    5. Develop Project Charter
    6. Obtain Project Charter Approval
  2. Planning the project
    1. Define and Record Requirements, Constraints and Assumptions
    2. Create and Maintain the Work Breakdown Structure
    3. Develop Change Management Plan
    4. Obtain Plan Approval
    5. Conduct Kickoff Meeting
  3. Execute the Project
    1. Ensure Tasks Defined in Project Plan
    2. Ensure Common Understanding and Set Expectations
    3. Implement the Procurement of Project Resources (NA)
    4. Manage Resource Allocation
    5. Implement Quality Management Plan (Testing)
    6. Implement Approved Changes
    7. Improve Team Performance
  4. Monitoring and Controlling the Project
    1. Measure Project Performance (Progress Reporting)
    2. Verify and Manage Changes to the Project
    3. Ensure Project Deliverables Conform to the Quality Standards
    4. Monitor All Tasks
  5. Closing the Project
    1. Obtain Final Acceptance for the Project
    2. Release Project Resources (NA)
    3. Identify, Document, and Communicate Lessons Learned
    4. Create and Distribute Final Project Report
    5. Archive and Retain Project Records
    6. Measure Customer Satisfaction
  6. Professional and Social Responsibility
    1. Ensure Individual Integrity
    2. Contribute to the Project Management Knowledge Base
    3. Enhance Personal Professional Competence
    4. Promote Interaction Among Stakeholders
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