01 May The final project plan is a single document comprised of the work you have done in the course.
The final project plan is a single document comprised of the work you have done in the course. Your submission should incorporate corrections based on Instructor feedback. If you make updates to your assignment throughout the class, the final submission document should not be difficult or time consuming to develop.
Treat this as a project plan you might submit to upper management for approval. The document should flow easily from beginning to end, should be logically connected, and each section should be able to stand alone.
The project charter components and the project scope are the most important elements of your project plan. These define your project, what you are going to deliver, when the project starts and just as importantly when it is over. If your project does not have and end date, you don’t have a project.
Follow the instructions for the required content. Also, use the PMBOK (PMBOK® Guide) as your guide for each of these sections.
Finalize and compile all the components of your Final Project from Weeks 3–8, and submit them as a single document.