Getting Started Guide
Assess risk and complexity using the Initial Risk and Complexity Assessment.
Complete a Charter if necessary (it is good practice to always have a Charter).
Note the recommended Project Risk Score (up to 300) and Project Category value (A, B, C, or D) from the Initial Risk and Complexity Assessment to select the proper sized Project Plan.
Refine the details from the Project Charter and develop granular requirements needed for project completion. You may need additional templates focusing on Quality or Risk.
Templates: Project Plan and other templates as appropriate
Execute the project with continuous monitoring and control.
Template: Project Activity Log and other templates as appropriate
Formally close the project.
Improve the performance of your next project by debriefing on the current project.
Template: Project Closing Report