Planning and scheduling Page 10 Key Steps and Relationships in Estimating, Planning and Monitoring Estimating Planning MonitoringWork Breakdown Structure Estimating DependenciesNetworks Critical Path Analysis Scheduling Monitor Schedule, Resources and Budget Manage variances Monitor Business Case Communicate CHANGE Increased Scope, Frequent Over-runs
Project Office Methodology: Appendix 7 Page 1 Appendix 7: Sample Work Breakdown Structure Responsibility Matrix 1 Database This element includes products and services related to the delivery of a production database. IT Smith 1.1 Logical Model This element includes the development, documentation and approval of the first version of the logical database model. IT Jones 1.2 Physical Model This element includes the development, documentation and approval of the first version of the physical database model. IT James 1.3 Database Support Services This element includes reviewing potential changes to the database design, updating the logical and physical database models and implementing changes into the development database system. IT McDonald WBS ElementResp. 1Resp. 2Resp. 3Res. 4SponsorVendor 1Vendor 25.23 Wk Pkg ANRA5.24 Wk Pkg BRCG5.25 Wk Pkg CANCR = ResponsibleS = Support required C = Must be consultedN = Must be notified A = Approval required G = Gate reviewer
Appendix 8 Page 1 Appendix 8: Sample Project Plan Document Approvals This signature page is to indicate approval for the Project Plan. All parties have reviewed the attached document and agree with its contents. _____________________________________ ______________________ (Project Manager and Title) Date _____________________________________ ______________________ (Project Sponsor and Title) Date _____________________________________ ______________________ (Other Groups and Title) Date _____________________________________ ______________________ (Other Groups and Title) Date Revision History Prepared/Revised By: Date Prepared/Revised: Revised Reason: Revision Control:
Appendix 8 Page 2 INTRODUCTION The Project Plan describes the objectives, priorities, parameters and project outputs for the project and includes items such as: ??Management Summary; ??Project Definition; ??Business Case Summary; ??Project Schedule; ??Risk Analysis; ??Project Organisation; ??Communications Plan; ??Project Governance; and ??Appendices. It is often an expansion of the information in the Project Definition Document (PDD), reflecting the greater level of knowledge and more detailed planning that has taken place since the PDD was prepared.