Getting the Plan Approved

In This Chapter

  • The importance of planning
  • A last-minute reality check
  • Putting the whole plan together
  • Selling the plan to management and getting it approved
  • After approval

Okay, you’ve assembled a charter, a work breakdown structure (WBS), a network diagram, a schedule, a description of the team you require, and a budget. You understand the activities for the plan and the resources needed. And you have determined how you want to integrate the project’s deliverables into operations after it is completed. After all this effort, you may feel that what you want to do is start working on the project, but you’re ...

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