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A project plan is a structured, accepted document used to direct both project execution and project control, according to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. The project plan's primary functions include documenting planning assumptions and decisions, facilitating cooperation among project stakeholders, and documenting accepted scope, expense, and schedule baselines. A project plan may be summarized or detailed.
The purpose of a project plan is to identify the path that the project team would take to deliver the project's expected project management scope. A project plan, at the very least, addresses simple questions about the project such as what the problem is or value proposition addressed by the project, what the work is that will be performed on the project, who will be involved, and what their responsibilities within the project will be, and how they will be organized. According to industry standards such as the PMBOK or PRINCE2, a full project plan must also define the project's implementation, management, and control. This information can be given by referring to other documents that will be created, such as a procurement plan or a construction plan, or it can be included in the project plan itself. The project plan typically covers topics used in the project execution system and includes scope management, requirements management, schedule management, financial management, quality management, resource management, stakeholder management, communications management, project change management, and risk management.
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