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The purpose of this presentation is to present the process of project work planning and the elements of a good plan. All projects, large or small should have a project work plan and certain characteristics will be common across project size and scope. The use of the appropriate level and number of tasks in a plan is discussed and this may be different between Project Managers and project types. The approach is to simplify and produce project work plans that serve the project team, not to produce plans that must be served.
After participating in this webinar attendees will be to:
1. Understand the benefits of project work planning.
2. How to create the project planand understand the roles and responsibilities of project team members.
3. Understand and apply the principles of top-down, bottom-up and combination plans and budgets.
4. How to monitor the plan and what are the root causes for plan adjustments.
Presenters: Stephen C. Evans, AIA, Owner of Stephen C. Evans Consulting, LLC
Moderators: Scott Kuehn, AIA, PMKC Advisory Group Member and David Barkin, AIA, PMKC Volunteer
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