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PO10.7 - Integrated Project Plan

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Integrated Project Plan

Establish a formal, approved integrated project plan (covering business and information systems resources) to guide project execution and control throughout the life of the project. The activities and interdependencies of multiple projects within a programme should be understood and documented. The project plan should be maintained throughout the life of the project. The project plan, and changes to it, should be approved in line with the programme and project governance framework.

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Value Drivers

  • Increased probability that project milestones for time, budget or scope are met
  • Increased management awareness of potential project slippage, and the ability to react in a timely manner
  • A mechanism for sharing project plan and progress details in a consistent manner within, and external to, the project
  • Progress of project evidenced and communicated
  Risk Drivers
  • Undetected errors in project planning and budgeting
  • Lack of alignment of projects to the organisation’s objectives and to other interdependent projects
  • Undetected deviations from the project plan

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  1. Develop a project plan that provides information to enable management to control project progress. The plan should include details of project deliverables, required resources and responsibilities, clear work breakdown structures and work packages, estimates of resources required, milestones, key dependencies, and identification of a critical path. Identify interdependencies of resources (e.g., key personnel) and deliverables with other projects.
  2. Maintain the project plan and any dependent plans to ensure that they are up to date and reflect actual progress and material changes.
  3. Ensure that there is effective communication of project plans and progress reports amongst all projects and with the overall programme. Ensure that any changes made to individual plans are reflected in the other plans.

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