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Project Management, Planning and Control, 7th Edition by Albert Lester

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Appendix 8

Sample Examination Questions 2: Bullet Point Answers

1. Project-management plan (PMP)
Reflects the PM’s understanding of the project
Should be written by the PM
This enables him/her to fully understand the sponsor’s requirements
Must be updated regularly with good configuration management
Is in fact the bible of the project
Covers: Why, What, When, How, Where, Who and How much (Kipling poem)
Not to be confused with a time schedule (plan)
Can be known by other names by different companies
Contents well set out in BS 6079
Contents to include
Reasons for planning, baseline programme, responsibility matrix, document distribution schedule, procedures for monitoring and control, resource allocation, network preparation, estimating, risk management, health ...

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