Identification of p roject success criteria : Project Manager should also identify the success criteria of the project. This is used as a baseline and compared with actual project performance. Documentation of identified elements: All the identified elements need to be documented to help standardize the project work. The above cannot be done by an individual project manager. This requires meeting with important stakeholders, subject matter experts, and related process people. An important point to observe is that the creation of a project charter encompasses all the project areas including, scope, risk, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, and procurement). Thus, making the Develop Project Charter an integration process. Develop a Project Charter – Example In this example of a project charter, we have detailed the Project Title and Description, Project Manager Assigned and Authority Level and Business Case. A few questions that are answered here include: What is the project? Who is given the authority to lead the project, and can he/she determine, manage, and approve changes to the budget, schedule, staffing, etc?) Why is the project being done? On what financial or other bases can we justify doing this project? Describe the project purpose and justification. Further details of the Resources Preassigned, Stakeholders and Stakeholder Requirements As Known. A few questions that are answered here include: How many or which resources will be provided?
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