Project management deliverables refer to those outcomes obtained by performing project management activities. Following this simple project management deliverables definition, the next outcomes are usually obtained:
- Project Plan
- Project Schedule
- Quality Plan
- Risk Plan
- Change Plan
- Policies for identifying project requirements
- Procedures for status reporting and control
These deliverables examples are common to most projects. PM software (project management software) will help plan and control the deliverables. Such software allows using task & time planning tools to create PM templates, to-do lists, checklists, schedules and work sheets. For example, in VIP Task Manager you can use Task Tree (a task planning tool) and Calendar (a time planning tool) to divide projects into phases, assign tasks to teams, schedule quality assurance procedures, display resource assignments on project calendar, etc.
- Launch VIP Task Manager and log in your database.
- Go to Task Tree view to create Project Management Plan and define its major phases. Use Assignments panel to assign tasks to team members.
- Use groups in Task Tree view to create other project management deliverables, such as Quality Management Plan and Risk Management Plan.
- Go to Calendar view to create schedules and working calendars. You can display several team calendars on one computer screen.
- Use Notifications panel to track status updates and changes made to tasks of your project.