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Project Acceptance Action Plan

This Project Acceptance Action Plan is a solution for managers who need a supportive material for driving their project acceptance practice. With a help of this action plan you can check the following items:

  • Project Acceptance Plan;
  • Technical Audit;
  • Functional Audit;
  • And much more;

Project Accounting Action Plan

Project Accounting Action Plan is created for project managers and organizations to help them in establishing accounting process upon their projects. With a help of this action plan you can execute the following:

  • Classifying Project Costs and Revenue;
  • Setting up Project Billing;
  • Registering transactions and costs;
  • And much more…

Project Activities Action Plan

This Project Activities Action Plan provides an overview of the major activities a typical project includes. It organizes all the activities by 4 project phases, such as Inception, Planning, Implementation, and Closure. The following categories are available in the action plan:

  • Inception Activities
  • Planning Activities
  • Implementation Activities
  • Closure Activities

Project Agreement Action Plan

A project is legally documented and communicated when there is a formal agreement that describes the project and authorizes it for launch. This Project Agreement Action Plan explores key steps to consider when developing a project agreement. It includes the following categories:

 

  • Project Description
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Review Process
  • Timeline
  • Governance

 


Project Analysis Action Plan

Project Analysis Action Plan is created for project managers who wish to analyze their projects in terms of different factors (before projects are started and while they are in work). In this action plan you can find steps on the following:

  • General controls and project background;
  • Project environment and risks;
  • Project manager, organization and team controls;

Project Appraisal Action Plan

This Project Appraisal Action Plan gives common suggestions and recommendations on evaluating projects by a range of criteria, including Relevance and importance, Methodology acceptability, Validity of assumptions, and others. It consists of the following categories:

  • Reviewing the Project.
  • Defining Appraisal Criteria.
  • Writing an Appraisal Report.


Project Approval Action Plan

This Project Approval Action Plan is designed to help managers in conducting procedures related to approving their projects as successful, matching their goals. This Action Plan includes:

  • Customer Benefits;
  • Return On Investment;
  • Delivery of Project Documents;
  • Performance of the Project Team;
  • Performance of the Project Manager;

Project Archive Action Plan

Project Archive Action Plan is created for project managers who want to collect, systematize and store all final project deliverables, communicational materials, and other project-related documents. In this action plan you will find actions on the following:

  • Creating Project Archive;
  • Collecting Items for Project Archive;

Project Artifacts Action Plan

This Project Artifacts Action Plan will be helpful to all project managers as it is a collection of critically important matters which underlie successful project accomplishment. This action plan is formed up by the following:

  • Objectives, Specifications and Milestones;
  • Documents and Sources;
  • Risks, Issues, Ideas, etc;


Project Assessment Action Plan

Successful practice of project management requires using project assessment examples that show managers efficiency of their projects and performance of processes. You can read the Project Assessment Action Plan to know how to monitor your project progress and assess project processes. The Action Plan includes the next categories:

  • Project Processes Assessment (What to assess).
  • Project Assessment Process Steps (How to assess).

Project Balance Sheet Action Plan

Project Balance Sheet Action Plan can be helpful for project managers and their assistants who want to do the following:

  • Collect information for Project Balance Sheet;
  • Learn sections of the Balance Sheet;
  • Manage the Balance Sheet;

Project Benefits Action Plan

Project Benefits Action Plan is created to assist the project managers in focusing upon the benefits while developing their projects. In this action plan you can find actionable tips on the following:

  • Understanding the Project Benefits;
  • Project Benefit Management;

Project Bid Action Plan

Project Bid Action Plan is created for organizations that want to bid for projects. With a help of this action plan you can do the following:

  • Drafting your project bid document;
  • Receiving the bid bond;
  • Submitting documents to client;

Project Orientation Action Plan

Project Orientation Action Plan is created for team managers who would like to introduce new team members to their projects. With a help of this action plan you can manage the following:

  • General Orientation;
  • Administrative and Workflow Orientation;
  • Facilities and Environment Orientation;

Project Billing Action Plan

Project Billing Action Plan is composed to support project managers in their activities to bill for work that their teams do. With a help of this action plan you can do the following:

  • Items you may need for project billing;
  • Prepare for project billing;
  • Manage project billing;

Project Breakdown Structure Action Plan

The following Project Breakdown Structure Action Plan describes phases and activities of a conventional project. It will be helpful for project planners and managers involved in decomposing project work into smaller pieces. The action plan includes these 6 categories:

  • Project Phases
  • Startup
  • Planning
  • Implementation
  • Control
  • Closeout

 


Project Executive Summary Action Plan

Project Executive Summary Action Plan is composed to assist you in introducing your project business plan with a help of readable and credible executive summary. With a help of this action plan you can learn the following:

  • What to consider before preparing the Project Executive Summary;
  • Contents of Project Executive Summary document;

Project Brief Action Plan

Project Brief is a formal document used to provide the senor management team with a full and firm foundation for project initiation and startup. This document proves that the project is authorized for further planning and development. This Project Brief Action Plan explains how to develop the document in the following 6 steps:

  • Outline the Business Case
  • Define the Project
  • Analyze Project Feasibility
  • Describe Project Approach
  • Describe the Product
  • Add References

Project Budget Action Plan

Project Budget Action Plan is created to assist the project managers in creating budgets for their projects. In this action plan you can learn the following:

  • Prepare for budgeting;
  • Estimate the budget;
  • Source the budget;

Project Business Case Action Plan

It is always a challenge to initiate a project because a person responsible for project initiation needs to analyze existing business drivers, identify problems, define solutions, analyze alternatives, and do other required steps. In this Project Business Case Action Plan all the steps for developing a business case document are described. The steps are:

  • Analyze the Environment
  • Define the Business Need
  • Explore the Problem
  • Analyze Alternatives
  • Describe the Preferred Solution
  • Define Governance

Project Business Plan Action Plan

Project Business Plan Action Plan is composed for entrepreneurs who wish to structure their plans and to document a reasonable conception of how their project ideas will be transformed into action. With a help of this action plan you can study the following fragments of project business plans:

  • Executive Summary
  • Problem Statement
  • Mission Statement
  • And much more…

Project Cancellation Action Plan

Project Cancellation Action Plan is designed to help project managers with shutting their project down. With a help of this action plan you can do the following:

  • Identify reasons to terminate a project;
  • Try to avoid project cancellation;
  • Project cancellation process;

 


Project Capacity Management Action Plan

The ultimate goal of managing project capacity is to provide and ensure satisfactory project performance in a cost-efficient manner. In this Project Capacity Management Action Plan you will read about three general steps for realizing the mentioned goal. The steps are:

  •         Establish Capacity Requirements
  •         Analyze Current Capacity
  •         Forecast Future Capacity

Project Cash Flow Action Plan

Project Cash Flow Action Plan is composed for the project managers who need to retain and use considerable amounts of cash on their projects. In this action plan you can find tips that refer to:

  • Retaining more of the cash reserves at hands;
  • Approaching the project costs and expenses;
  • Building relations with customers and suppliers;
  • And much more…

Project Assurance Action Plan

The following Project Assurance Action Plan is designed to help you identify tasks and activities your quality staff should undertake to ensure high quality of your project. The action plan contains these categories:

  • Evaluation and Definition
  • Project Health Check
  • Risk Assessment
  • Project Audit
  • Business Viability

Project Audit Action Plan

This Project Audit Action Plan will be helpful for project stakeholders who wish to arrange this process to check the health of their project. Generally this Project Audit Action Plan comprises the following sections:

  • What is a Project Audit and how is it used? (definition, methodology and procedures);
  • Project Audit Process, areas for investigation;
  • Project Audit Process steps;

Project Change Management Action Plan

Change management is a section of project management that includes formal processes and procedures for integrating and managing changes in the project throughout its lifecycle. Change management has significant impact to project Planning and managing. To control the process of change management in the project, you can follow the listed below Action Plan for change management.

The Action Plan for implementing change management consists of the following categories:

  • Working out the concept of change management in the project
  • Forecasting and Planning changes
  • Arranging and controlling changes in the project
  • Analyzing and adjusting changes

Project Characteristics Action Plan

Every project regardless of its nature, type, and size can be characterized by a range of parameters that define how this project will be performed. In this Project Characteristics you can view project characteristics which are grouped by:

  • Requirements
  • Schedule
  • Resources
  • Quality
  • Risk

Project Charter Action Plan

This Project Charter Action Plan highlights the basic steps you can take to prepare a project charter document. It will be helpful for project participants involved in the project initiation phase. The Action Plan includes the next topics:

  • Project Statement
  • Project Authority
  • Project Organization

Project Closeout Action Plan

The Project Closeout Action Plan is a series of tips on how to close a project considering necessary closeout documentation and procedures. The Action Plan consists of the next categories:

  • Project Closeout Procedures and Activities
  • Project Closeout Documentation
  • Project Closeout Plan Example

Project Closure Action Plan

This Project Closure Action Plan will be very helpful for all project managers who need to perform special project closure tasks in order to finalize their efforts properly. Specifically, this Project Closure Action Plan comprises the following elements:

  • Project Closure process;
  • Project Closure criteria;
  • Project Closure report;

Project Communication Action Plan

This Project Communication Action Plan explains key activities a project manager needs to consider when planning for communication channels and tools. All the tasks in the action plan are organized into the following categories:

  • Situation Analysis
  • Objectives and Guidelines
  • Audience
  • Schedule
  • Matrix

Project Contingency Plan Action Plan

Contingency planning involves an attempt to effectively identify and respond to risks before and during a project. This Project Contingency Plan Action Plan explains how to plan for contingency. It includes the following categories:

  • Policy Statement
  • Risk Analysis
  • Contingency Process
  • Plan Maintenance

Project Contract Action Plan

The following Project Contract Action Plan is a simple guide designed for senior project staff to outline explain them how to develop a contract document for their projects. The action plan includes these categories of tasks:

  • Project Description
  • Deliverables
  • Timetabling
  • Requirements
  • Team Composition
  • Resources
  • Project Contract

Project Control Action Plan

Project Control Action Plan is created for project managers who want to have a simple schema of project progress controlling in terms of different essential dimensions. In this action plan you can find activities on the following areas:

  • Progress;
  • Deliverables and objectives;
  • Quality;

 


Project Resource Tracking Action Plan

Project Resource Tracking Action Plan is created for project managers who need to control use of project resources. With a help of this action plan you can do the following:

  • Track Work (Progress and Quality);
  • Track Time;
  • Track Costs;

Project Resource Planning Action Plan

Project Resource Planning Action Plan is created to guide the project managers who need to plan the resources for their projects. In this action plan you can find actions on the following:

  • Planning Human Resources;
  • Planning Administrative Resources;
  • Planning Tangible Resources;

Project Completion Action Plan

This Project Completion Action Plan is a list of procedures to perform in order of assuring the successful completion of a project. This Project Completion Action Plan is an all-round analysis of different project aspects, comprising the following elements of the project completion procedure:

  • Project Administrative completion;
  • Project Resources completion;
  • Project Budget completion;
  • Project Contracts completion;
  • Project Completion Documentation;
  • Project Quality completion;

Project Coordination Action Plan

This Project Coordination Action Plan will be helpful to all companies which have to coordinate two or more interrelated projects and want to make them mutually effective. With a help of this action plan you can learn:

  • The Project Coordinator (requirements and some duties);
  • The Project Coordination (tasks included into this practice);

Project Cost Management Action Plan

Project cost management is important part of project management that includes discussions and techniques for estimating and Planning cost of the project, budgeting, analyzing, controlling variances, and managing cost overruns. The project cost management Action Plan generally shows steps to estimate project cost, make up budget and properly allocate funding throughout project implementation.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Estimating project costs
  • Cost budgeting
  • Costs control and monitoring

Project Criteria Action Plan

Project Criteria Action Plan is composed for the managers who seek guidance on examining their projects on reasonability, profitability, feasibility and eligibility. In this action plan you can find tips on the following:

  • General suitability criteria;
  • Project results acceptance criteria;
  • Legality criteria of the project;
  • Suitability criteria of the project’s resources;

Project Deadline Action Plan

This Project Deadline Action Plan explores general tasks of project deadline management. It is designed for managers, analysts and other people involved in time planning and allocation. The following categories are included:

  • Setting
  • Managing
  • Top 10 Tips

 


Project Decision Making Action Plan

Project Decision Action Plan is composed for project stakeholders to assist them in organization of decision-making process. With a help of this action plan you can complete the following:

  • Analysis of Decision Making Grounds;
  • Planning the Decision Making Process;
  • Process of Decision Making;

Project Debrief Action Plan

This Project Debrief Action Plan is a guide on how the after-project surveys can be conducted to collect important information on the following project matters:

  • Safety and risks;
  • Organizational;
  • Human Factor;
  • Performance;
  • Logistics;
  • Technical;


Project Definition Action Plan

A well defined project causes 80% of success. It means that if you have your project clearly defined in terms of concept, scope, requirements, and costs, it will be easier for you to develop a good implementation plan for the project. Read this Project Definition Action Plan to learn more on this point. The following categories are available in the action plan:

  • Concept
  • Scope
  • Benefits
  • Requirements
  • Timescale
  • Control

Project Deliverables Action Plan

If to speak about project management approaches, each project should be supported with project deliverables chart (project deliverables matrix) that outlines all required project deliverables and milestones. Project deliverables definition means the set of fundamental supportive documents that should be delivered on different project phases . This project deliverables Action Plan explains some main project deliverables by phases as the following :

  • Project Initiation phase
  • Project Planning phase

Project Delivery Action Plan

This Project Delivery Action Plan aims to help you understand the key aspects needed for deep analysis and consideration when managing the delivery process of your project. These aspects are:

  • Appraisal
  • Cost Management
  • Change Control
  • Risk Management
  • Deliverables
  • Lessons Learned

Project Deployment Action Plan

This Project Deployment Action Plan is an effective guide through the process of delivering and implementing a project’s results to customers/owners. Specifically this Project Deployment Action Plan embraces the following sections:

  • Project Deployment Process; 
  • Project Deployment Plan;
  • Acceptance Test Plan;
  • Operational Management Transition Plan;

Project Design Action Plan

In this Project Design Action Plan you can read about key steps of the project design phase. Each of the steps includes a range of tasks so it will be easier for you to understand how to complete the steps, which are:

  • Project Proposal
  • Deliverables
  • Resource Estimation and Enquiry
  • Team Composition
  • Governance
  • Design Plan

Project Development Action Plan

Usually the process of developing a project takes four steps to successful completion. In this Project Development Action Plan you will learn how to develop your project in four stages such as:

  • Concept Generation and Scoping
  • Planning and Design
  • Implementation and Closure
  • Operation and Maintenance

 


Project Documentation Action Plan

With a help of this Project Documentation Action Plan you can be guided through organization of effective project documentation management system, and check the completeness of your project’s documentation portfolio. This Project documentation Action Plan comprises the following sections:

  • Project documentation examples;
  • Project documentation management;

Project Due Diligence Action Plan

This Project Due Diligence Action Plan is composed to support managers who need ordering independent audits from external consultants. Using this action plan you can learn the following:

  • Purpose of Due Diligence;
  • Due Diligence Matters;


Project Engagement Action Plan

This Project Engagement Action Plan is designed to help all project managers in their effort to make sure that all project elements and resources are properly involved into the working processes. With a help of this action plan you can learn engagement of the following items:

  • Expertise and Manpower;
  • Customers and Users;
  • Technologies and Resources;

Project Escalation Action Plan

Project Escalation Action Plan is created to support project managers in establishing a process for a problem escalation. With a help of this action plan you can learn the following:

  • Identification of the problem to be escalated;
  • Qualifying the problem before escalation;
  • Utilization of the problem escalation process;

Project Estimation Action Plan

The goal of project estimation is to ensure the high quality of results and outcomes obtained after project completion. Use this project estimation Action Plan to take steps required for Planning project estimation standards , such as effort, project estimated costs & duration.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Effort
  • Duration (timeframes)
  • Costs

Project Evaluation Action Plan

Briefly, project evaluation is a process of comparing original goals with obtained results for the purpose of identifying benefits derived from current project and improving project processes. The project evaluation Action Plan allows you to define project evaluation models and metrics that can help you achieve more efficient project management.

The project evaluation action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Major purposes of project evaluation
  • Building project evaluation team
  • Choosing project evaluation methods
  • Selecting key project evaluation metrics

Project Execution Action Plan

Project execution phase is the third phase of project management life-cycle that involves putting project Plan into action. During this phase, project manager directs and supervises each task and activity of project team to ensure consistency of collaborative efforts and to handle any problems that arise. The given below project execution Action Plan includes guidelines that can help project managers to carry out the phase.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Project execution summary
  • Managing human resources
  • Distributing information
  • Managing project procurements

Project Feasibility Action Plan

No investments can be made in a project if this project has not been carefully analyzed for feasibility and economic sense. It means that a study is required for initiating your projects. In this Project Feasibility Action Plan you can read on the following topics:

  • Investigate Project.
  • Conduct Study.


Project Finance Action Plan

This Project Finance Action Plan is a guide through the fundamentals of this specific and highly important branch of project management, allowing your project’s stakeholders to secure and control their investments. This Project Finance Action Plan includes different project finance examples, ideas, tips and facts on the following:

  • Project Finance Basics (typical finance roles, risks, documents, etc);
  • Project Finance Process (typical content of the Financial Plan, etc);

Project Follow-up Action Plan

By reading this Project Follow-up Action Plan you will find out what items to consider when implementing your project. The focus of the action plan is placed on the following topics:

  • Managing Variances (Changes)
  • Controlling Scope
  • Managing Cost
  • Responding to Risks
  • Managing Quality
  • Controlling Schedule

Project Forecast Action Plan

Use this Project Forecast Action Plan to learn key steps and tasks you can do to develop a forecast for your project. It is designed as a simple to-do list to make it easier for you to perform the forecasting process. The action plan includes such categories as:

  • Identify the Need for Forecasting
  • Choose Things for Forecasting
  • Identify Time Horizon
  • Setup Forecasting
  • Implement the Process
  • Use the Forecast

Project Gating Action Plan

In this Project Gating Action Plan you can read about key tasks of the gating process. Such a process helps you ensure that your project is developed effectively and that every development stage moves the project closer towards desired outcome. The following categories are available in the action plan:

  • Idea Screening
  • Plan Audit
  • Implementation Control

Project Governance Action Plan

When planning for a new project you need to determine roles and responsibilities for those stakeholders involved in governing the project. By reading this Project Governance Action Plan you discover the following topics:

  • Goals
  • Key Roles
  • Duties of Project Leader (Manager)
  • Duties of Steering Committee
  • Duties of Development Team
  • Duties of Project Partners (Consortium)
  • Duties of Contractors


Project Handover Action Plan

The Project Handover Action Plan gives you insight into basic steps for delegating managerial duties to a new project manager. Read the next topics of the Action Plan:

  • Project Handover Phase.
  • Project Overview.
  • Project Team.
  • Project Finances.
  • Project Customer.

Project Human Resource Planning Action Plan

This action plan is designed to help with planning performance of human resources. It will be helpful for HR managers as it give a description of essential tasks required for performing their roles and duties. The action plan consists of the following categories:

  • Defining project roles
  • Defining resources availability
  • Assigning human resources

Project Health Action Plan

Project success goes to those people who can conduct effective project health assessment and react to any changes made to the project environment. In this Project Health Action Plan you will read about the project review process and learn which basic parameters of your project should be reviewed to ensure project success. The Action Plan includes such categories as:

  • Project Review Process.
  • Strategic Alignment.
  • Resourcing.
  • Communications.
  • Quality.

Project Inception Action Plan

The inception stage is of high significance primarily for new project efforts when there is a need to review basic characteristics, evaluate feasibility, determine stakeholders, and plan for key constraints. This Project Inception Action Plan helps you complete this stage through the following steps:

  • Review the Project.
  • Determine Stakeholders.
  • Review the Business Case.
  • Plan for Key Constraints.

Project Identification Action Plan

Project Identification Action Plan is made for organizations to assist them in analysis and ranking of the candidate projects. With a help of this action plan you can:

  • Learn the purpose of project identification;
  • Complete certification of business cases;
  • Score and rank candidate projects;
  • Evaluate and determine project resources;

Project Implementation Action Plan

The project implementation Action Plan example is a part of project Plan where you clarify project objectives, assign tasks, set deadlines, and track current progress of an Action Plan for goals and milestones by using project implementation diagrams. In this project management Action PlanAction Plan you will find recommendations, guidelines and project implementation manual for successful project management.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Project Scope and Deliverable
  • Project Implementation Schedule
  • Risk Management
  • Quality Assurance

Project Initiation Action Plan

This project initiation Action Plan is designed to explain you what the project initiation process requires, including its workflow and deliverables. It is critically important to completely justify and approve a project with valid documentation and precise calculations, before its stakeholders can approve this project for practical execution. This project initiation Action Plan specifically contains recommendations on the following elements:

  • Project initiation requirements;
  • Project initiation flowchart;
  • Project initiation deliverables;

Project Integration Management Action Plan

 Project Integration Management Action Plan is composed for the project managers who wish to coordinate multiple project aspects for the sake of seamless and successful project performance. By using this action plan you can learn the following:

  • Developing project documents that integrate different project aspects;
  • Processes to integrate and orchestrate multiple project aspects;

Project Issue Management Action Plan

The process of managing project issues and problems is critical as it is intended to make the project more improved and less depended on negative impacts. This Project Issue Management Action Plan will help you identify and manage issues surrounding your project. It includes the following categories:

  • Issue Identification
  • Issue Determination
  • Issue Overcoming & Project Recovery
  • Issue Reporting

Project Justification Action Plan

Project Justification Action Plan is designed for the project managers to assist them in justifying their projects as reasonable, profitable, feasible, low risk, etc. In this action plan you can find points for the following justifications:

  • Business Case;
  • Project Plan;
  • Finances;
  • Risks;
  • Specifications;

Project Inspection Action Plan

This Project Inspection Action Plan will be helpful to all project managers. It explains the main items to be checked for making sure that the proper organization is maintained across the project. In this action plan you will find the following sections:

  1. The on-site inspection preparation;
  2. Facility Inspection;
  3. HR Inspection;
  4. Contractors Inspection;


Project Launch Action Plan

This Project Launch Action Plan will be helpful to all project managers who would like to inspect their readiness to start out the project performance (to check if they have everything necessary in place). This project launch Plan includes points on the following sections:

  • Project Launch Process;
  • Documents to compose, check and verify;
  • Project’s different areas and aspects to inspect;

Project Lifecycle Action Plan

This Project Lifecycle Action Plan will be helpful to anyone who wants to manage his projects in terms of usual methodology recognizing four phases. With a help of this action plan you can learn the following:

  1. Initiation;
  2. Planning;
  3. Execution and Controlling;
  4. Closure phase;


Project Management Action Plan

Project Management Action Plan is a 'to do list' for project managers to deliver projects effectively. Use this Project Management Action Plan as a step by step guide to put your project Plans together.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Getting Started
  • Defining The Project
  • Planning The Project
  • Monitoring The Project
  • Closing Down
  • Project Estimation Action Plan

Project Mapping Action Plan

Project Mapping Action Plan is composed for project managers who seek schematization of all aspects of their projects. With a help of this action plan you can accomplish the following:

  • Schematization of tasks, time and deliverables;
  • Schematization of resources and risks;
  • Schematization of project team;
  • And more…

Project Matrix Action Plan

Use this Project Matrix Action Plan to learn key steps for developing project matrices. The action plan explains you what key aspects to consider when planning for projects. The following categories are included:

  • Goals & Objectives
  • Activities
  • Time
  • Resources
  • Costs
  • Risks
  • Build the Matrix

Project Metrics Action Plan

In this Project Metrics Action Plan you can view key metrics that can be designed and used to evaluate your projects against key constraints (such as time, scope, risk, others). The following categories are included in the action plan:

  • Time Metrics
  • Scope Metrics
  • Cost Metrics
  • Quality Metrics
  • Risk Metrics
  • Issue Metrics
  • Opportunity Metrics
  • Success Metrics

 


Project Migration Plan Action Plan

This Project Migration Plan Action Plan is designed for project managers and other specialist involved in strategic development and direction of their projects. It specifies key steps of the migration process. The steps are:

  • Analyzing Environment Requirements
  • Estimating Workload
  • Planning Migration Process

Project Management Plan Action Plan

This project management Action Plan is composed for beginner project managers who would like to learn the main project management Plan components in order to create their own project management Plan samples. With a help of this project management Action Plan you can get clear on different project aspects including recommendations on the following project management Plan sections:

  1. Project organisation and responsibilities (project management Plan inputs);
  2. Project Resources management;
  3. Project Metrics management;
  4. Project Quality management;
  5. Project Risks management;
  6. Project Financial management;
  7. Project Procurement management;


Project Milestone Action Plan

In this Project Milestone Action Plan you will read on how to set and check milestones as well as how to report on project progress during a milestone review meeting. It will be helpful for the senior management team of your project. Here’re categories of the action plan:

  • Set Milestones
  • Check Milestones
  • Conduct a Milestone Review Meeting

Project Mitigation Plan Action Plan

Project Mitigation Action Plan is composed for project managers to enable them analyzing and answering multiple risks that their projects can face. In this action plan you can find out actions on the following:

  • Identifying and learning risks;
  • Seeking to avoid, share, or absorb the risks;
  • Managing employee safety and protection;

Project Mobilization Action Plan

Project mobilization is a part of the implementation phase aiming to prepare an organization for change. In this Project Mobilization Action Plan we give a list of tasks to help you define goals of the mobilization process and complete this process. The action plan includes such categories as:

  • Goals of Project Mobilization
  • Before Mobilizing Your Project
  • Steps for Mobilizing Your Project

Project Update Action Plan

This Project Update Action Plan explains how to plan for and manage updates and changes to be made to projects. The following categories are included in the action plan:

  • Planning
  • Requesting
  • Reviewing
  • Approving
  • Controlling

Project Validation Action Plan

Project Validation Action Plan is designed to help organizations in validating projects against the multifaceted criteria of compliance. In this action plan you will find actions on the following:

  • Establishing project validation process;
  • Preparing a project for validation process;
  • Validation in terms of law compliance;
  • Health and safety validation;

Project Variance Report Action Plan

Project Variance Report Action Plan is designed to guide the project managers throughout the process of creating and utilizing special project variance worksheets. With a help of this action plan you can do the following:

  • Formatting the Project Variance Report;
  • Filling the Project Variance Report;

Project Vetting Action Plan

When you propose a new project intended to implement some critical change to your company’s environment, it is absolutely imperative that you must have a strict vetting process in place. Use this Project Vetting Action Plan to find out key components (tasks and activities) of this process. The action plan includes such categories as:

  • Concept
  • Approach
  • Sustainability
  • Staffing
  • Costs
  • Risks

Project Viability Action Plan

Project Viability Action Plan is created to help you in managing all your actions as ones that work for viability of your projects or as ones that contradict against it. In this action plan you will find the tips on following:

  • What to prevent when working on a project;
  • What to monitor and anticipate;
  • Which things you need to stay attentive to;
  • And much more… 

Project Monitoring Action Plan

If you wonder how to monitor your project this Project Monitoring Action Plan will be helpful for you. It describes major constraints of your project to be measured and monitored. The action plan consists of the following categories:

  • Project Work
  • Scope
  • Schedule
  • Cost
  • Quality
  • Risks
  • Procurements

Project Negotiation Action Plan

This Project Negotiation Action Plan aims to help you understand what items to discuss and settle when negotiating on your project with stakeholders. The action guides you through the negotiating process which includes the following stages:

  • Review
  • Negotiate
  • Communicate

Project Onboarding Action Plan

When there is a need to transfer an ongoing project to a new performing organization it is time to manage the onboarding process. The following Project Onboarding Action Plan is a simple guide that can help you get your new project on-board in five steps, including:

  • Aligning
  • Acquiring
  • Adjusting
  • Assimilating
  • Accelerating


Project Portfolio Action Plan

This Project Portfolio Action Plan explains how to setup, plan and manage a portfolio of projects and programmes. It is designed for project and programme managers as well as for other professionals involved in the portfolio management process. The following categories are included in the action plan:

  • Setup
  • Planning
  • Execution
  • Harvest

Project Preparation Action Plan

Project Preparation Action Plan is composed for the project managers who need to inspect their projects in order to assure readiness of all project elements for the upcoming project execution. In this action plan you can find information to do the following:

  • Check all critical assumptions;
  • Inspect documents and baseline plans;
  • Check readiness of resources;
  • And much more...

Project Prioritization Action Plan

Use this Project Prioritization Action Plan as a guide for identifying and ranking projects in your portfolio. It is designed for project managers and other professionals involved in the project management process. The following items are included in the action plan:

  • Make a Project Inventory
  • Review Project Details
  • Establish Prioritization Criteria
  • Develop a Prioritization Matrix

Project Phase Action Plan

The project quality management Action Plan offers a set of recommendations and suggestions to help you develop a comprehensive project quality management Plan Action Plan. Use the project quality management Action Plan to identify quality standards for your project, control and evaluate its deliverables and monitor specific project results to determine if they meet quality standards.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Initiation
  • Planning
  • Executing
  • Controlling and Monitoring
  • Closing

Project Planning Action Plan

This Project Planning Action Plan will be helpful to all business managers who need to pass this essential stage of projectís lifecycle. With a help of this Action Plan you will know tips on the following:

  • Stage-related tasks;
  • Organization;
  • Support and Follow-up;

Project Procurement Management Action Plan

The project procurement management Action Plan helps you improve acquisition management and contract administration starting from initial phase of project. This Action Plan can be used as a method to decrease project cost, quality risks, and to optimize schedule.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Identifying key participants of procurement process
  • Breaking down procurement process into six process groups
  • Planning purchases and acquisitions
  • Planning contract
  • Requesting seller responses
  • Choosing sellers
  • Administering contracts

Project Profitability Action Plan

Project Profitability Action Plan is composed to help the project managers and owners in securing the proper levels of profitability on their projects. With a help of this action plan you can learn the tips on the following:

  • Estimating and calculating of the project profitability;
  • Deriving payback period other important metrics;
  • Monitoring and securing the project profitability;

Project Progress Action Plan

There are two basics ways for tracking and controlling project progress. These ways are Project Progress Meeting and Project Status Report. Use the given below Project Progress Action Plan to learn more. The Action Plan includes the following two paragraphs:

  • Project Progress Meeting
  • Project Status Report

Project Proposal Action Plan

This project proposal action plan will be helpful to any person who needs guidance on how to create this type of document to get an approval and support from sponsors. This project proposal workflow is what you need to pass through in order of creating a credible and legitimate document that presents and justifies your plan of actions required to be taken against stated problems. Specifically, this project proposal action plan is comprised of the following sections:

  • General project proposal format (project proposal elements);
  • Project proposal worksheet;

Project Quality Action Plan

The project quality management Action Plan offers a set of recommendations and suggestions to help you develop a comprehensive project quality management Plan Action Plan. Use this project quality Action Plan to identify quality standards for your project, control and evaluate its deliverables and monitor specific project results to determine if they meet quality standards.

The Action Plan for qualitymanagement consists of the following categories:

  • Planning deliverables and setting criteria for project quality acceptance.
  • Running project quality assurance activities.
  • Controlling and evaluating the project quality improvement action Plan.

Project Quality Management Action Plan

The project quality management Action Plan is made to assist you in assessing quality of processes and procedures throughout the project and ensuring successful project completion. The Action Plan for quality improvement describes common steps to develop the quality assurance Plan, to work out corrective actions and implement preventing actions, so that to improve project. .

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Developing Quality Assurance Plan
  • Inspecting Project Quality
  • Improvement
  • Measurement

Project Quotation Action Plan

Giving a quote to a project means using the total estimate of all costs related to the project to determine the price for approval. This Project Quotation Action Plan explains what costs to estimate and how to approve the final quote of your project. The following categories are included in the action plan:

  • Funds
  • Raw Materials
  • Labor/HR
  • Process
  • Project Quote

Project Readiness Action Plan

This Project Readiness Action Plan will be useful for all project managers as it explains how to get project ready for their actual performance, and how to check if the project is ready to “go-live”. Specifically, this Project Readiness Action Plan includes the following sections:

  • Project go/no go checklist on readiness;
  • Project go live checklist;

Project Realization Action Plan

The following Project Realization Action Plan helps you understand how to implement projects and realize project benefits. It is designed as a to-do list with a number of tasks and steps included. The following categories are added to the action plan:

  • Setup
  • Design
  • Build
  • Close

Project Release Action Plan

This Project Release Action Plan is designed for project managers who need to accomplish their projects in terms of its final steps. With a help of this all-round action plan you can perform the prerelease check, including:

  • Seeking for defects and remedy actions;
  • Checking configuration of products;
  • Testing project results;
  • And much more…

Project Report Action Plan

The following Project Report Action Plan is designed to help you develop a complete structure for your project report. We tried to make it comprehensive and included steps for creating the key sections of a typical project report, including:

  • Abstract
  • Acknowledgement
  • Table of Contents
  • List of Figures
  • Key Chapters
  • Conclusion
  • Appendices
  • References
  • Tips & Suggestions

Project Request Action Plan

If you want to be sure that your new project is feasible and profitable, you must have a process that allows you to confirm the need for your project, explain business drivers, and prove cost-effectiveness. This Project Request Action Plan explains how to carry out the requesting process. It includes the following categories:

  • Context Analysis
  • Feasibility Analysis
  • Project Organization
  • Project Request

Project Requirements Action Plan

This Project Requirements Action Plan depicts basic steps to developing a Plan for managing requirements and setting evaluation criteria. It consists of the next topics:

  • Planning of Project Requirements.
  • Evaluation of Project Requirements.

Project Resource Allocation Action Plan

In this Project Resource Allocation Action Plan we tried to explain how to plan for the best allocation of available project resources. The action plan includes tasks and steps for project managers to level, prioritize and control resources. It includes these categories:

  • Work Decomposition
  • Resource Leveling
  • Resource Prioritization
  • Control

Project Resource Action Plan

The following Project Resource Action Plan explores key steps of effective resource planning and management. It is intended to explain how to estimate resources and manage resource consumption. The categories of the action plan are:

  • Labor
  • Equipment & Materials
  • Finance
  • Information & Technology
  • Scheduling

Project Review Action Plan

The next Project Review Action Plan shows you a series of basic steps you can take to review your project, from initial Planning and development through management and reporting. It consists of the following categories:

  • Project Planning Review.
  • Project Management Review.
  • Project Status Reporting.

Project Risk Identification Action Plan

Any project faces some uncertainties that may cause reduced project performance or even project failure. As a good project manager, you should be ready to identify such uncertainties and develop solutions to mitigate the probability of their occurrence. The risk identification Action Plan will help you learn types of project risks, the process of identifying risks, and respective methods.

The Action Plan includes the following categories:

  • Types of Project Risks.
  • Risk Identification Process
  • Risk Identification Techniques

Project Risk Management Action Plan

Risk Management is a complex of methods and controlling measures aimed to prevent risks and reduce their negative consequences over the project. Use Risk Management Action Plan to find out what type of risks you should manage and, therefore, to eliminate or minimize risk outcomes.

The Action Plan for implementing risk treatment and management consists of the following categories:

  • Evaluating Resource Risks
  • Evaluating Business Risks
  • Evaluating Technical Risks

Project Roadmap Action Plan

Project Roadmap Action Plan is created for project managers to help them in creating roadmaps for their projects. In this action plan you will find the following:

  • Why a Project Roadmap is different from other documents;
  • Explaining project plans at a glance (with a help of diagrams and artworks);
  • Steps necessary to make sure your roadmap is explicit enough;

Project Safety Action Plan

Before you can start doing your project you need to make sure the project environment is quite for the team so there is a reduced probability that somebody can be injured during the project. In this Project Safety Action Plan you will learn how to make your project safe. It consists of the further categories:

  • Project Description
  • Safety Training
  • Safe Work Practices
  • Risk Assessment
  • Inspections & Audits
  • Safety Meetings
  • Emergency Procedures

Project Schedule Action Plan

This Project Schedule Action Plan explains you how to identify and organize your project in a time-specified manner effectively, as a correctly-composed schedule makes a critical part of your efforts. This Project Schedule Action Plan comprises the following:

  • Project schedule requirements (inputs necessary to compose an effective schedule);
  • Project schedule assumptions (essentials to greenlight project schedule development);
  • Project schedule performance;

Project Scope Action Plan

This Project Scope Action Plan is a list of elements that should be created in order of delivering a profound project scope statement to specify the project boundaries. Besides the baseline components, this Project Scope Action Plan expounds different project scope statement facts and issues. Specifically it includes the following sections:

  • Project scope statement facts and essentials;
  • Project scope elements (project scope baseline);
  • Additional project scope documentation (can be strongly required in some cases);

Project Scorecard Action Plan

The Project Scorecard Action Plan explains how to develop a project scorecard. It is a simple to-do list that you can complete step-by-step to create a scorecard for your project. The following steps are included:

  • Assess the Project
  • Make a Strategy
  • Develop a Strategic Map
  • Define Project Metrics (Examples)
  • Build a Scorecard

Project Scoring Action Plan

Project Scoring Action Plan is designed to help the organizations in appraising candidate projects by their success factors to define whether they are worth of undertaking. In this action plan you can find the following:

  • Identifying factors to be appraised and scored for every project application;
  • Developing criteria for measuring and qualifying scores;
  • Considering and appraising projects;

Project Security Action Plan

This Project Security Action Plan is an instrument which can guide you through matters essential to safety and protection of your project’s assets, including:

  • Project IT Security;
  • Project Physical and Operational Security;
  • Project Informational Security;


Project Selection Action Plan

The Project Selection Action Plan will help you choose and evaluate your new projects. It includes a range of tips and suggestions covering the following topics:

  • Needs
  • Investments and Stakeholders
  • Return on Investment (ROI)
  • Team and Leader

Project Specification Action Plan

This Project Specification Action Plan explains key steps for developing project specifications. It is designed for individuals and teams involved in project design and planning. The following categories are included in the action plan:

  • Goals & Objectives
  • Scope
  • Constraints & Assumptions
  • Requirements
  • Team Composition
  • Approach

Project Spending Plan Action Plan

Project Spending Action Plan is created to support the project executives who are responsible for project expenditures and want to keep them adequate. With a help of this action plan you can study the following activities:

  • Defining scopes of your spending plan;
  • Calculating spending you need for project;
  • Approving project funds as reliable;
  • Controlling project spending as it progresses;

 


Project Sponsor Action Plan

Project Sponsor Action Plan is a document to guide activities of a project sponsor to enable him being effective and helpful. With a help of this action plan you can learn the following:

  • How a sponsor should act effectively;
  • How to regulate activities of a sponsor;
  • How to use sponsorship in daily life of project team;

 


Project Synopsis Action Plan

Project Synopsis Action Plan will be helpful to the project managers who wish to create narrative summaries of their projects. In this action plan you will find activities on the following:

  • How to start a project synopsis;
  • How to make an abstract of a project background;
  • How to explain practical aspects of a project;
  • And much more…

Project Staffing Action Plan

Every project requires some human resources that will perform project goals and produced project deliverables. The need for HR should be identified and estimated at the very beginning of the project. Use this Project Staffing Action Plan to focus on the following steps of the staffing process:

  • Recruitment
  • Planning
  • Orientation & Development
  • Remuneration & Evaluation

Project Startup Action Plan

When does a project start? – This is the primary question when the project startup stage comes up. There are also other project startup questions to be answered. If you are going to start a project, you need to be ready to consider many questions and find right answers. The Project Startup Action Plan will help you as it includes tips on implementing the project startup stage. This Action Plan consists of the following topics:

  • Project Baseline.
  • Staffing.
  • Project Repository.
  • Project Startup Meeting.

Project Status Action Plan

Use this Project Status Action Plan to learn how to track status of projects in terms of planning, scheduling, estimating, and reporting. It will guide you through the following aspects of status tracking:

  • Planning
  • Scheduling
  • Control
  • Estimating
  • Reporting

Project Status Meeting Action Plan

By reading this Project Status Meeting Action Plan you will find out how to get prepared for status meetings and what key items to include in your agenda template. The action plan is designed as a simple checklist that includes these categories:

  • Entry Criteria
  • Exit Criteria
  • Preparation
  • Agenda

Project Steering Committee Action Plan

Project Steering Committee Action Plan is created for all organizations to guide them in forming up professional and responsible committees for project supervision. With a help of this action plan you can do the following:

  • Form up a project steering committee;
  • Implement functions of a project steering committee;

Project Summary Action Plan

In this Project Summary Action Plan you will read about the key components of a typical project summary document. You can use it as an additional guide when planning for your projects. The following categories are included:

  • Rationale
  • Goals & Objectives
  • Methods
  • Benefits

Project Sustainability Action Plan

What is project sustainability? It is about the project’s ability to be stable and successful through the entire project lifecycle. In this Project Sustainability Action Plan you will learn how to efficiently Plan a sustainable project and create a project sustainability Plan template. The Action Plan consists of the two categories:

  • Project Sustainability Principles.
  • Planning Project Sustainability.

Project Tailoring Action Plan

The following Project Tailoring Action Plan is a step-by-step guide to help you adjust your project to the process environment of your organization. Here’re categories of the action plan:

  • Identify Project Characteristics.
  • Define Components of the Process Environment.
  • Tailor the Project to the Process Environment.
  • Incorporate the Project into the Process Environment.


Project Team Selection Action Plan

Project Team Selection Action Plan is elaborated for project managers in order to support their activities for selection and approving candidates to get positions in their project teams. With a help of this action plan you can do the following:

  • Complete work with Project Charter;
  • Develop project HR needs and selection criteria;
  • Select and screen the project team members;

Project Termination Action Plan

This project termination Action Plan explains what project termination types exist and how to close out any projects correctly, so that no loose ends or open claims remain, and all their resources are properly released and redirected, all lessons learnt, etc. Specifically this project termination Action Plan works as an effective guide through the following matters:

  • Project termination reasons;
  • Objectives of project termination Planning;
  • Project termination modes;
  • Project termination process;

Project Testing Action Plan

 Project testing is a general stage that aims to define whether a given project is feasible and flexible enough to continue the implementation process. In this Project Testing Action Plan you will read about key steps to be taken to perform the stage. The action plan includes these categories:

  • Alignment
  • Compliance
  • Measurability
  • Flexibility

Project Timeline Action Plan

Project Timeline Action Plan is designed to help the project managers to build timelines for their projects. In this action plan you will find activities on the following:

  • Selecting a timeline template;
  • Setting appropriate format (time scale, details and topic);
  • Structuring content of your projects;
  • And much more…

Project Tracking Action Plan

Project tracking is an important activity of project manager who wants to make sure that his project runs according to expectations, work effort is structured properly, and reports are submitted timely. The idea of the project tracking Action Plan is to help you track your project, starting from the project Plan and finishing with the project reports.

The Action Plan includes the following categories:

  • Tracking project Plan
  • Tracking work effort and schedules
  • Tracking project report submission

Project Transition Action Plan

This project transition Action Plan explains you the basics of this procedure necessary for handing over a project from its actual producers to the customers, owners, support team, etc. With a help of using this project transition Action Plan you can prevent many defections, as it is an effective guide through the following matters:

  • Project transition processes to organize;
  • Project transition Plan for a project manager;

Project Turnover Action Plan

This Project Turnover Action Plan gives a series of tips that show key reasons for project turnover and specify a 2-stepprocess for mobilizing resources of your project and decreasing project turnover rate. The Plan consists of these two categories:

  • Reasons for Project Turnover.
  • Project Mobilization Plan.

Project Work Action Plan

If you want to determine key items of your project work, this Project Work Action Plan will be helpful for you. It illustrates a list of steps divided into a range of tasks for work planning. Here’re these steps:

  • Basic Information.
  • Description and Purpose.
  • Deliverables and Acceptance Criteria.
  • Scope of Work.
  • Communication & Meetings.
  • Budget & Cost.
  • Risk Management.
  • Health & Viability.


Project Workshop Action Plan

If you wonder how to prepare a winning project workshop this Project Workshop Action Plan will be helpful. It explains key tasks you can do to prepare and distribute your agenda. It also describes steps you can take to control the course of your workshop. The following items are included in the action plan:

  • Agenda Elements
  • Distribution
  • Course

Agile Action Plan

Use the given below Agile Acton Plan to manage your software development projects in accordance with agile methodology principles. The Action Plan includes the following categories:

  • Agile Methodology Review.
  • Solving Problems through Agile Methodology.
  • Basic Steps of Agile Methodology.

Construction Project Action Plan

This Construction Project Action Plan checklist will be helpful for project managers, engineers, foremen, and their assistants involved on designing, Planning, financing, legalizing, and procuring construction projects. It consists of the following topics:

  • Construction Project Designing and Planning.
  • Construction Project Financing.
  • Construction Project Legalizing
  • Construction Project Procuring

Establishing Project Office Action Plan

The Project Office Action Plan can be used on the initiation phase of the project office to ensure that it includes infrastructure, documentation, appropriate roles and responsibilities allocation required to support the project. Use this actionPlan in project management to review the project office operation to ensure that it supports the project as originally Planned.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Selecting premises
  • Maintaining office and communication equipment
  • Appointing roles and defining job descriptions
  • Determining standards
  • Determining processes
  • Creating Action Plans based on PO phases
  • Project office maintaining

Establishing Sponsorship Action Plan

This action plan is designed as a simple, step-by-step checklist to help business owners establish plan for sponsorship projects and find partners for their businesses. The action plan is organized by the following categories:

  • Establishing sponsorship goals
  • Costing sponsorship project
  • Choosing a partner
  • Confirming the sponsorship
  • Launching the sponsorship project
  • Maintaining and promoting the sponsorship project
  • Making the most of the sponsorship and thinking about future

Developing Project Schedule Action Plan

Project scheduling is a process that states how to manage time and resources to accomplish work. Use a scheduling software tool (VIP Task Manager is recommended) and t his developing project schedule Action Plan to Plan and track the schedule of your project

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Planning schedule
  • Tracking schedule
  • Reporting schedule

IT Project Action Plan

This IT Project Action Plan will be useful to all IT professionals who are about starting their own projects and therefore need to know how their customers can be correctly approached and satisfied. With a help of this action plan you will learn the following things:

  • How to collect the initial information from customers;
  • How to elaborate and deliver a workable IT conception;
  • How to create a more deliberated conception and to start up a project;
  • And much more…

Lessons Learnt Action Plan

This Lessons Learnt Action Plan is designed to help you understand what the lessons learnt process is, how to uncover opportunities for existing projects, and what to do in order to re-use these opportunities in the next projects. The Action Plan can be applied both to lessons learnt in project management and lessons learnt in life organization.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Lessons learnt definition: what is a 'lessons learnt' process and why to use it?
  • Managing lessons learnt process.
  • Choosing software for organizing lessons learnt reviews.

Kickoff Meeting Action Plan

The Kickoff Meeting Action Plan provides you with guidelines for preparing a kickoff meeting document agenda. In this Action Plan you will learn such topics as:

  • Major Tasks in Kickoff Meeting Agenda.
  • Management Standards of Project.
  • Organizational Requirements of Project.
  • Results of Project Kickoff Meeting.

Managing Outsourcing Project Action Plan

The outsourcing project takes more time and requires high competence and broad experience. The Managing outsourcing project Action Plan will help prepare, start and control the project, and to handle relationships with outsourcing partner.

The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Determining objectives
  • Choosing an outsourcing partner
  • Drawing up the outsourcing agreement
  • Considering the price of outsourcing project
  • Benefits from outsourcing
  • Potential problems with outsourcing

Prince2 Project Action Plan

This Prince2 Action Plan is composed for project and organizational managers who would like to use this popular methodology invented under patronage of UK government. With a help of this action plan you can learn the following processes:

  • Starting up a project;
  • Initiating a Project;
  • Directing a Project;
  • Controlling a Stage;
  • Managing Product Delivery;
  • Closing a Project;

Pre-Project Action Plan

This Pre-Project Action Plan presents a list of tasks that you can do to prepare your project for planning and further development. It is a step-by-step guide that addresses the following actions:

  • Develop the Business Case.
  • Research Feasibility of the Project.
  • Define Stakeholders.
  • Establish the Project Charter.

Project Take-off Action Plan

This Project Take-off Action Plan explores seven key steps for preparing and launching projects. It is designed for project managers and planners to help them understand the take-off process. The action plan is divided into these categories:

  • Project Objectives
  • Stakeholders
  • Budget Requirements
  • Work Inventory
  • Requirements Review
  • Timeline
  • Project Organization

Post-Project Action Plan

Read this Post-Project Action Plan to learn key tasks required to confirm successful completion of project work, deploy your project, and conduct a post-implementation meeting. Here’re main categories of the action plan:

  • Confirm Successful Completion of Project Work.
  • Deploy the Project.
  • Make a Post-Project Review.

Progress Report Action Plan

This Progress Report Action Plan will be helpful to everyone involved into supervising and controlling tasks, jobs and projects. It includes:

  • Conception of the progress;
  • Methods to capture or derive the desired data;
  • Progress reporting chain;
  • And much more;

Sample Project Action Plan

The Sample Project Action Plan will give you a series of tips on how to Plan key activities for your project and what basic documents are required to perform the project. The Action Plan consists of the following categories:

  • Sample Project Activities
  • Sample Project Documents

Scrum Action Plan

This Scrum Action Plan is a brief scrum tutorial which can guide you through the basics of this widely used and highly effective method (that is applicable almost in every industry). This Scrum list will be helpful to get accustomed with this agile method of project management, as the Scrum Action Plan contains the following sections:

  • Principal Elements and Roles of Scrum Methodology;
  • Scrum Workflow (Every Sprint and Day, End of Sprint);

Six Sigma Project Action Plan

This Six Sigma Action Plan is created for business managers who want to implement this famous business strategy (initially invented by Motorola). With a help of this action plan you can learn the following:

  • DMAIC method;
  • DMADV method;


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