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The Project Management Tool Kit: 100 Tips and Techniques for Getting the Job Done Right by Tom Kendrick

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Document the Plan(s)

Consider changes you are empowered to make, and strive to develop a plan to meet your project objective and constraints. If you are successful, gain support from the team, document the resulting plan, and use it for project baseline setting.

If your best efforts still fall short of the project objective, document at least two plan alternatives that come as close as possible and at least meet the primary project priority. These alternative plans provide the data you need to negotiate project changes with your sponsor and stakeholders before committing to a baseline for project plan execution.

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