project - V 2.0 Project Name Project Manager Owner(s)...

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V 2.0 Project Name Project Number Project Manager Prioritization Owner(s) Start Date: Scheduled Completion Date: Mission The Purpose . This section is the short answer to the question: What is your project going to accomplish? Scope Clearly define the deliverables . In this section ‘what is in and what is out’ must be clearly defined. In cases where a product will be built, product specs may be attached for clarity. Objectives Define success criteria. If they are completed, the project mission will be accomplished. Format : To + Action Verb + Measurable Output + Quantity + Time Frame Many projects will have more than one objective. Assumptions Clarify any uncertainties. Here, document things that must be true for the project to complete successfully . For instance, all lighting fixtures must be available to the electricians by 3/31. Knowing this date, the homeowner and project manager will have to work together to insure that the fixtures are ordered and received in a timely manner. Also, non-
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course PHYS 586 taught by Professor Watkins during the Spring '11 term at University of Maryland Baltimore.

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