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Project Work Checklist

 

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Project Work Checklist When you plan for work of your project you need to take into account a range of aspects such as Budget & Cost, Deliverables, Scope of Work, and others. Use this Project Work Checklist to learn all the aspects of project work planning.


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1. Basic Information.

  • Define name for your project.
  • Define name of the customer (a person or organization that will use/consume the product produced by your project).
  • Define name of the sponsor (a person or organization providing funds necessary for your project).
  • Define name of the owner (a person or organization owning the project and engaging the sponsor in making investments).
  • Specify names of the contractors and subcontractors (suppliers providing goods and services necessary for the project).
  • Make a description of the product being developed by the project.
  • Create a project background document specifying all the basic information listed above.

2. Description and Purpose.

  • Describe pre-history of the project, including reasons for project launch and the business problem to be addressed by the project.
  • Specify project limits, including the boundaries, scope and key constraints.
  • List key goals and objectives.
  • Describe the purpose of the project.
  • Document a project vision statement specifying in general terms how to reach the purpose by using what methods and resources and within what timeframes.

3. Deliverables and Acceptance Criteria.

  • Make a detailed description of the main deliverables to be produced by your project.
  • Describe intermediate deliverables to be produced by every separate phase.
  • Define a list of criteria for evaluating deliverables which should be produced according the customer’s needs and requirements.
  • Agree on the criteria with the customer.

4. Scope of Work.

  • Determine implementation phases for the project.
  • Link deliverables to every implementation phase.
  • Design an activity network plan showing timeframes of every phase.
  • Develop a schedule for the project.
  • Define an amount of work to be completed to do the project.
  • Create a scope statement document.
  • Define key milestones to check the project against the planned work on a regular basis.

5. Communication & Meetings.

  • Assign a person responsible for planning and managing communications within the project.
  • Specify rules and standard procedures for all types of communication, including emailing, meeting, reporting, negotiating, virtual collaboration.
  • Define date, time, place and participants of the first (kick-off) meeting.
  • Draft an agenda for the meeting.
  • Share copies of the drafted agenda between people invited to the kick-off meeting.
  • Specify reporting rules between the project team and senior management.
  • Develop a communication management plan taking into account the mentioned items.

6. Budget & Cost.

  • Estimate cost per phase.
  • Estimate financial resources required to create deliverables on schedule.
  • Define return of investments (ROI).
  • Calculate the total amount of financial resources required to do the project.
  • Develop a budget sheet and agree on it with the sponsor and the owner.

7. Risk Management.

  • Analyze possible threats and uncertainties that may jeopardize success of your project or its phase.
  • Make a list of risks surrounding the project.
  • Define possible ways for risk elimination or mitigation.
  • Assign a person responsible for risk management.

8. Health & Viability.

  • Make a list of criteria for checking the feasibility and viability ...


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