Number of slides: 10
Schedules, tasks, roles, budget, processes… projects involve a lot of things and for project managers planning is key. A good project leader takes into consideration all the elements of a project and creates a project plan that outlines the most efficient way to deliver the desired outcome on time. Once the project plan is done, the next steps which are execution and monitoring become easier. Present your Project Plan using the Project Team Slide, Project Charts, Project Goals Slide and guide your team to success.
To carry out a project successfully, you need to put together a qualified team. Who are the professionals that are with you in this project? How will your new team work? In this slide, you will be able to show the internal organization of the project team and clarify the roles and responsibilities of each member.
Before starting the project, you need to analyze the current situation. Summarize your findings and show the most important results in data-driven charts. You will find a doughnut chart and clustered column charts where you’ll be able to highlight and compare different datasets.
This is probably the most important part of the Project Plan because it gives the whole project a direction. So, ask yourself: What are the objectives of the project? What is the company trying to achieve by investing in this? It is important that the project goals are aligned with the company’s goals.
Complete your Project Plan
Share the project plan with your team
Follow the plan
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