Maintaining the Project Management File

All the information discussed throughout this book should be integrated and stored as a managed document—the project management file. All changes to this information should be recorded and, where appropriate, approved by the project sponsor and steering committee:

  • Initial business case,

  • Detailed project schedules,

  • Stakeholder agreements,

  • Stakeholder reports,

  • Project tracking reports and summaries,

  • Project reports,

  • Project metrics,

  • Quality assurance summaries,

  • Any changes to the business case (approved by the project sponsor and steering committee), and

  • Other project management reports.

The Business Case Is the Focus of Everything

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