Chapter 3: Planning the Project1. Defining resource needs is NOT necessary on small projects. The action plan should identify the project’s deliverable.2. A representative of senior management should be invited to the project launch meeting. 3. The primary purpose of the launch meeting is to develop the project plan and budget. 4.When planning, it is best for the project manager to breakdown and define the different levels of the project plan. 5. The initial project meeting is just to coordinate the project, so areas of responsibility do NOT need to be discussed.6. The project plan should begin with a complete description of all agreements made with the client or any third party. 7. As a rule of thumb, the lowest level tasks in a typical project should NOT take longer than two days to complete. 8. The start and finish date of a project must be specified before the action plan can be completed. 9. Procedures for monitoring, collecting, and storing data on project performance should be discussed in the Schedules section of the project master plan.10. The details of the project work force are discussed in the Resource Requirements section of the project master plan.11. It is acceptable to restrict the launch meeting to brainstorming a problem.TRUE12. The action plan should identify the project’s deliverable.