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    The project work plan provides the step-by-step instructions for constructing project deliverables and reaching outcomes.
    The project management procedures describe the procedures that will be used to manage the project. It will include sections on how the team will manage issues, scope change, risk, quality, communication, etc. It will also make use of the project organization chart.
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    possible, after initial primary discussions
    Baselines in Project Planning (and Constructive Development Procedures)
    Baselines. Baselines are sometimes called performance measures, because the performance of the entire project is measured against them. They are the project's three approved starting points and include the scope, schedule, and cost baselines. These provide the 'stakes in the ground.' That is, they are used to determine whether or not the project is on track, during the execution of the project.
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  2. page Importance of Project Planning edited ... The project work plan provides the step-by-step instructions for constructing project delivera…
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    The project work plan provides the step-by-step instructions for constructing project deliverables and reaching outcomes.
    The project management procedures describe the procedures that will be used to manage the project. It will include sections on how the team will manage issues, scope change, risk, quality, communication, etc. It will also make use of the project organization chart.
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    agreement. This informal contract can be
    Baselines in Project Planning (and Constructive Development Procedures)
    Baselines. Baselines are sometimes called performance measures, because the performance of the entire project is measured against them. They are the project's three approved starting points and include the scope, schedule, and cost baselines. These provide the 'stakes in the ground.' That is, they are used to determine whether or not the project is on track, during the execution of the project.
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  3. page Importance of Project Planning edited ... The project work plan provides the step-by-step instructions for constructing project delivera…
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    The project work plan provides the step-by-step instructions for constructing project deliverables and reaching outcomes.
    The project management procedures describe the procedures that will be used to manage the project. It will include sections on how the team will manage issues, scope change, risk, quality, communication, etc. It will also make use of the project organization chart.
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    the Project (definition, work plan, management procedures,definition/description, motivation/metrics (what is to be improved, measures of success), potential benefits ($$), deliverables, key dates, potential barriers, feedback process, budget, etc.),
    Baselines in Project Planning (and Constructive Development Procedures)
    Baselines. Baselines are sometimes called performance measures, because the performance of the entire project is measured against them. They are the project's three approved starting points and include the scope, schedule, and cost baselines. These provide the 'stakes in the ground.' That is, they are used to determine whether or not the project is on track, during the execution of the project.
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  4. page Importance of Project Planning edited ... The project work plan provides the step-by-step instructions for constructing project delivera…
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    The project work plan provides the step-by-step instructions for constructing project deliverables and reaching outcomes.
    The project management procedures describe the procedures that will be used to manage the project. It will include sections on how the team will manage issues, scope change, risk, quality, communication, etc. It will also make use of the project organization chart.
    If possible, after primary discussions with the "Customer" or a Customer Representative, draft a 1-page summary of the Project (definition, work plan, management procedures, deliverables, budget, etc.), and ask the Customer to initial their agreement. This can be revised if necessary, but might be protection from "scope creep", as more is discovered about the topic area compared to what the initial Project statement of work was thought to be.
    Baselines in Project Planning (and Constructive Development Procedures)
    Baselines. Baselines are sometimes called performance measures, because the performance of the entire project is measured against them. They are the project's three approved starting points and include the scope, schedule, and cost baselines. These provide the 'stakes in the ground.' That is, they are used to determine whether or not the project is on track, during the execution of the project.
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