Getting better at project management begins with understanding the things that we can control, in other words taking responsibility to be PROACTIVE. In the introductory session we looked at three categories of projects, it does not matter what type or size of project, we still need to communicate the end in mind. The following slide shows examples of project briefs. This is the project team initial documentation that aims to communicate what the project is all about. It will help the project team develop a shared purpose but also help the stakeholders of the project understand the aims, objectives and direction of the project.
Depending on what type of project you are running will define how complex the project brief document will be. Most briefs will include the following:
In addition to this more advanced projects will include:
dublication from introductary part: