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EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE WEEK 4
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Please fix post below following the this feedback
Feedback:
The PICOT question is not not logical. Your population does
not include patients between 16-40 years of age and what about
patients between 41-44 years of age. How are you using the
patient portal as an intervention since that is too vague. Explain
how a lack of understanding is the sole reason the information
was lost. You stated earlier that it was the tech savvy that were
at higher risk of losing personal information.
A Brief Description of the Clinical Issue
The identified clinical issue is the breaches to the
confidentiality of patient information confidentiality breaches
encompass the security issues that harm the integrity of
organizational information (Hammouchi, 2019). A data breach
occurs anytime malicious people access information without
legal permission. Therefore, the biggest confidentiality threat is
hacking.
The medical profession needs to protect their patients’
confidentiality. They have a moral obligation to ensure the
confidentiality and discretion in the healthcare facilities.
Medical practice should involve trust between the patients and
the physicians (Yeng, 2021). This responsibility of maintaining
patient confidentiality provides the basic framework for the
presence of some trust level among the healthcare professionals,
specifically when developing relationships between the
physicians and the patients.
All healthcare officials and personnel need to respect patient
confidentiality and safeguard their wellbeing. Health
information of patients does not only depend on the diagnoses,
objective observations, and recreational activities but also the
personal impressions about the clients, their characters,
lifestyle, and other recreational activities (Pathak, 2019).
Improper disclosure of patient information could potentially
harm their reputation and lead to cases of personal humiliation,
financial fraud, and loss in great opportunities.
Various people practice medicine today. They include
physicians, surgeons, nurses, nurse practitioners, and other
healthcare personnel. The large number of people visiting
hospitals always leaves their information in the hospital’s
records (McLeod, 2018). It is for this reason that the healthcare
professionals need to protect this information by ensuring strict
measures to ensure the confidentiality to patient information.
Therefore, healthcare organizations do not condone careless
behaviors such as sharing patient information in public,
indiscretion, and maliciously using this information.
PICO (T) Question
The PICO (T) question identifies the research problems and the
major components that constitute the research. In exploring the
research about confidentiality in patient information, this
research develops a PICOT question that will enable the
researchers to drive the research process. The PICO question is:
Patients between the ages of 45-70 years who have signed up
for the hospital's portal are likely to lose their private
information for lack of understanding of the portal compared to
patients between 16-40 years of age.
· Population (P): Patients between 45-70 years.
· Intervention (I): Patient portal.
· Comparison (C): Patients between 16-40 years of age.
· Outcome (O): Losing private information for lack of
understanding of the portal.
The search terms used for the development of the PICO (T)
question included PICO, PICOT, PICOT question, PICOT
process. The search database included Google Scholar, JSTOR,
and Walden University Library. During the search, I came
across different research articles that are relevant to the search
item while others were completely irrelevant. The two different
databases in the Walden University Library included the
Computer Science Database and the Ovid Nursing Books
Database. These databases helped in finding the peer-reviewed
articles that will be used throughout this research process.
I identified six major strategies that can be applied to increase
the effectiveness and rigor of the database search for the PICOT
question. They include conceptualizing the search process,
using relevant vocabulary, revising the search process,
combining concepts and terms using Boolean operators, learning
about the rules and regulations of database search, and
searching different databases.
References
Hammouchi, H., Cherqi, O., Mezzour, G., Ghogho, M., & El
Koutbi, M. (2019). Digging deeper into data breaches: An
exploratory data analysis of hacking breaches over time.
Procedia Computer Science, 151, 1004-1009.
McLeod, A., & Dolezel, D. (2018). Cyber-analytics: Modeling
factors associated with healthcare data breaches. Decision
Support Systems, Science Direct.108, 57-68.
Pathak, P. R., & Chou, A. (2019). Confidential care for
adolescents in the US Health Care System. Journal of patient-
centered research and reviews, 6(1), 46.
Yeng, P. K., Szekeres, A., Yang, B., & Snekkenes, E. A. (2021).
Mapping the Psychosocialcultural Aspects of Healthcare
Professionals’ Information Security Practices: Systematic
Mapping Study. JMIR Human Factors, 8(2), e17604.
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Project Management Plan
Disclaimer: Conduct research on Project Management Plans to
better understand their content
(example: ProjectManagementDocs.com). The goal of this
assignment is to understand the process of
creating a Project Management Plan. When enough detail i s not
provided, use your best judgement to
fill in the blanks.
The IT Project that was completed earlier in the semester
involved only the implementation phase of
deploying IT resources to a new building. This assignment goes
beyond the earlier project to look at
the project from the analysis of the IT needs through the
evaluation of the IT project.
Background: The university plans to acquire additional facilities
in the future. The state notifies the
university’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) when legislation
approves the acquisition of new facilities
(the actual construction of the facility is outside the scope of
this assignment).
The CEO notifies the Chief Operations Officer (COO) who acts
as the project sponsor and approves the
opening of the facility. The COO identifies the administrative
and academic departments (to include
the IT department) that will occupy the facility. The COO and
each department then assign a
representative to work on the project team and represent their
interests. The IT department may
assign multiple members to represent specialized areas involved
in the project.
The COO then tasks the Project Manager to begin the analysis
phase to determine the occupant’s IT
requirements and specifications. The scope of the project
includes analyzing, designing, developing,
implementing, and evaluating the IT requirements of the new
facility.
The Project Manager works with each department and the IT
department to document all their IT
requirements and design/develop the best solution. Once
completed, a final IT budget is established,
and the project sponsor approves any changes to cost, schedule,
quality and scope.
The typical order of execution includes 1) analyzing and
documenting requirements; 2) design and
develop the best solution; 3) review and signoff by the
departments who will occupy the facility; 4)
approval of the budget and project management plan by the
COO; 5) execution/implementation of the
project; and 6) an after-action evaluation of the project.
The major milestones (and only the milestones) from the earlier
IT Project Plan will be incorporated
into the Project Management Plan schedule. One significant
difference here is that the earlier IT
Project Plan might contain separate milestones for each area of
the facility (i.e. “offices completed”,
“admin areas completed”, etc.) but, since the layout of a new
facility is dynamic, the milestone can be
consolidated. Additional milestones for the analysis, design,
development and evaluation must also be
included in the Project Management Plan schedule.
While the building is under construction, the COO will notify
the Project Manager, on a monthly basis,
via email, the status of the facility’s construction and the
estimated date of delivery. The Project
Manager will notify the Project Team and the IT department of
the project status, via email
immediately. Thirty days before construction is completed, in-
person meetings will be scheduled on a
2
weekly basis with the project team. These meetings will be
facilitated by the Project Manager who will
ensure meeting notes are captured and distributed. The Project
Manager will also communicate with
the COO and senior management when requested. The Project
Manager is responsible for monitoring
the project and reporting to the project sponsor should the
scope, cost and schedule be adversely
affected.
The assignment includes identifying at least 10 risks that might
be documented and tracked during the
project implementation. These risks must be based on the
requirements from this document and not
from generic risks found during your research of other project
management plans.
ITS-535 Section #___ Enter Your Name
Project Management Plan
Date
Introduction
<Replace this section with an Introduction based on the Project
Management Plan assignment requirements.
· The Introduction provides a high-level overview of the project
and what is included in this Project Management Plan.
· This should include a high-level description of the project and
describe the projects deliverables and benefits.
Excessive detail is not necessary in this section as the other
sections of the project plan will include this information. This
section should provide a summarized framework of the project
and its purpose.>Project Management Approach
<Replace this section with an outline of the overall management
approach for the project.
· This section should describe, in general terms, the roles and
authority of project team members.
· It should also include which units within the organization or
outside the organization will provide resources (people) for the
project and any resource constraints or limitations.
· If there are any decisions which must be made by specific
individuals—for example authorizing changes by the project
sponsor—this should also be stated here.
It should be written as an Executive Summary for the Project
Management Plan.>
Project Scope
<Replace this section with a detailed scope of the project.
· This detail should include what the project does and does not
include.
The more detail included in this section, the better the product.
This will help to clarify what is included in the project and help
to avoid any confusion from project team members and
stakeholders.>
Milestone List
<Replace this section with a summary list of milestones.
· Include an introductory paragraph in this section which
provides some insight to the major milestones.
· Milestones will include the major milestones from the earlier
IT Project Plan as well as the additional Milestones identified in
the Project Management Plan requirements.
· This section should also mention or discuss actions taken if
any changes to the milestones are required.>
Milestone
Description
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Schedule Baseline and Work Breakdown Structure
<Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by discussing the WBS
and Schedule baseline and how they will be used in managing
the project’s scope. The WBS provides the work packages to be
performed for the completion of the project. The schedule
baseline provides a reference point for managing project
progress as it pertains to schedule and timeline. Normally the
schedule baseline and work breakdown structure (WBS) would
be created in Microsoft Project.>
Change Management Plan
< Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by describing the
change control process. Ideally, this process will be some type
of organizational standard which is repeatable and done on most
or all projects when a change is necessary.
· Changes to any project must be carefully considered and the
impact of the change must be clear in order to make any type of
approval decisions. Many organizations have change control
boards (CCBs) which review proposed changes and either
approve or deny them. This is an effective way to provide
oversight and ensure adequate feedback and review of the
change is obtained.
· This section should also identify who has approval authority
for changes to the project, who submits the changes, how they
are tracked and monitored.
For complex or large projects, the Change Management Plan
may be included as an appendix to the Project Management Plan
or as a separate, stand-alone document. A detailed Change
Management Plan template is available at
ProjectManagementDocs.com.>
Communications Management Plan
<Replace this section by:
· defining the communication requirements for the project and
how information will be distributed to ensure project success.
You should give considerable thought to how you want to
manage communications on every project. By having a solid
communications management approach you’ll find that many
project management problems can be avoided. In this section
you should provide an overview of your communications
management approach. Generally, the Communications
Management Plan defines the following:
· Communication requirements based on roles
· What information will be communicated
· How the information will be communicated
· When will information be distributed
· Who does the communication
· Who receives the communication
· Communications conduct
For larger and more complex projects, the Communications
Management Plan may be included as an appendix or separate
document apart from the Project Management Plan. A detailed
Communications Management Plan template is available at
ProjectManagementDocs.com.
Include communications identified in the Project Management
plan requirements and replace the items in the table below as
needed.>
Communication Type
Description
Frequency
Format
Participants/ Distribution
Deliverable
Owner
Weekly Status Report
Email summary of project status
Weekly
Email
Project Sponsor, Team and Stakeholders
Status Report
Project Manager
Weekly Project Team Meeting
Meeting to review action register and status
Weekly
In Person
Project Team
Updated Action Register
Project Manager
Project Monthly Review (PMR)
Present metrics and status to team and sponsor
Monthly
In Person
Project Sponsor, Team, and Stakeholders
Status and Metric Presentation
Project Manager
Project Milestone Reviews
Present closeout of project phases and kickoff next phase
As Needed
In Person
Project Sponsor, Team and Stakeholders
Phase completion report and phase kickoff
Project Manager
Technical Design Review
Review of any technical designs or work associated with the
project
As Needed
In Person
Project Team
Technical Design Package
Project Manager
Cost Management Plan
< Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by defining how the
costs on a project will be managed throughout the project’s
lifecycle. It sets the format and standards by which the project
costs are measured, reported, and controlled. Working within
the cost management guidelines is imperative for all project
team members to ensure successful completion of the project.
These guidelines may include which level of the WBS cost
accounts will be created in and the establishment of acceptable
variances. The Cost Management Plan:
· Identifies who is responsible for managing costs
· Identifies who has the authority to approve changes to the
project or its budget
· How cost performance is quantitatively measured and reported
upon
· Report formats, frequency and to whom they are presented
For complex or large projects the Cost Management Plan may
be included as an appendix to the Project Management Plan or
as a separate, stand-alone document. A detailed Cost
Management Plan template is available at
ProjectManagementDocs.com.>
Procurement Management Plan
<Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by identifying the
necessary steps and responsibilities for procurement from the
beginning to the end of a project. The project manager must
ensure that the plan facilitates the successful completion of the
project and does not become an overwhelming task to manage.
The project manager will work with the project team,
contracts/purchasing department, and other key players to
manage the procurement activities.
For larger projects or projects with more complicated
procurement management requirements, you can include the
Procurement Management Plan as a separate document apart
from the Project Management Plan. A detailed Procurement
Management Plan is available at ProjectManagementDocs.com.>
Project Scope Management Plan
< Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally, it is important that the approach to managing the
projects’ scope be clearly defined and documented in detail.
Failure to clearly establish and communicate project scope can
result in delays, unnecessary work, failure to achieve
deliverables, cost overruns, or other unintended consequences.
This section provides a summary of the Scope Management Plan
in which it addresses the following:
· Who has authority and responsibility for scope management
· How the scope is defined (i.e. Scope Statement, WBS, WBS
Dictionary, Statement of Work, etc.)
· How the scope is measured and verified (i.e. Quality
Checklists, Scope Baseline, Work Performance Measurements,
etc.)
· The scope change process (who initiates, who authorizes, etc.)
· Who is responsible for accepting the final project deliverable
and approves acceptance of project scope
A detailed Scope Management Plan available at
ProjectManagementDocs.com and can be included as an
appendix to the Project Management Plan for larger or more
complex projects.>
Schedule Management Plan
< Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by providing a general
framework for the approach which will be taken to create the
project schedule. Effective schedule management is necessary
for ensuring tasks are completed on time, resources are
allocated appropriately, and to help measure project
performance. This section should include discussion of the
scheduling tool/format, schedule milestones, and schedule
development roles and responsibilities.
Be sure to check out the detailed Schedule Management Plan
available at ProjectManagementDocs.com. The separate
Schedule Management Plan is suitable for larger projects or
projects where the schedule management is more formalized.>
Quality Management Plan
< Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by discussing how
quality management will be used to ensure that the deliverables
for the project meet a formally established standard of
acceptance. All project deliverables should be defined in order
to provide a foundation and understanding of the tasks at hand
and what work must be planned. Quality management is the
process by which the organization not only completes the work
but completes the work to an acceptable standard. Without a
thorough Quality Management Plan, work may be completed in
a substandard or unacceptable manner. This section should
include quality roles and responsibilities, quality control,
quality assurance, and quality monitoring.
For larger or more complex projects, the Quality Management
Plan may be included as an appendix or separate document. A
detailed Quality Management Plan is available for use at
ProjectManagementDocs.com.>
Risk Management Plan
< Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by providing a general
description for the approach taken to identify and manage the
risks associated with the project. It should be a short paragraph
or two summarizing the approach to risk management on this
project.
Since risk management is a science in itself, we have many risk
management templates available at
ProjectManagementDocs.com.>
<Complete the following Risk Register by identify risks
specifically associated with this IT project>
Risk Register
Risk
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Staffing Management Plan
<Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by discussing how you
plan to staff the project. This section should include discussion
on matrixed or projectized organizational structure depending
on which is being used for this project. This section should also
include how resources will be procured and managed as well as
the key resources needed for the project.>
Resource Calendar
<Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by including a
Resource Calendar as part of your project plan. The resource
calendar identifies key resources needed for the project and the
times/durations they'll be needed. Some resources may be
needed for the entire length of the project while others may only
be required for a portion of the project. This information must
be agreed to by the Project Sponsor and Functional Managers
prior to beginning the project.>
Cost Baseline
< Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section with the cost baseline
for the project upon which cost management will be based.
Used the costs identified in the specifications.>
Project Phase
Budgeted Total
Comments
Planning
$
Design
$
Execution
$
Evaluation
$
Transition and Closeout
$
Quality Baseline
<Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED.
Normally you would replace this section by including the
quality baseline for the project. The purpose of this baseline is
to provide a basis for ensuring that quality can be measured to
determine if acceptable quality levels have been achieved. It is
important for all projects to clearly define and communicate
quality standards and the quality baseline serves this purpose.>
Sponsor Acceptance
Approved by the Project Sponsor:
Date:
<Project Sponsor>
<Project Sponsor Title>
This free Project Management Plan Template is brought to you
by ProjectManagementDocs.com
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  • 1. Running head: EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE WEEK 4 1 EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE WEEK 4 2 Please fix post below following the this feedback Feedback: The PICOT question is not not logical. Your population does not include patients between 16-40 years of age and what about patients between 41-44 years of age. How are you using the patient portal as an intervention since that is too vague. Explain how a lack of understanding is the sole reason the information was lost. You stated earlier that it was the tech savvy that were at higher risk of losing personal information. A Brief Description of the Clinical Issue The identified clinical issue is the breaches to the confidentiality of patient information confidentiality breaches encompass the security issues that harm the integrity of organizational information (Hammouchi, 2019). A data breach occurs anytime malicious people access information without legal permission. Therefore, the biggest confidentiality threat is hacking. The medical profession needs to protect their patients’ confidentiality. They have a moral obligation to ensure the confidentiality and discretion in the healthcare facilities. Medical practice should involve trust between the patients and the physicians (Yeng, 2021). This responsibility of maintaining patient confidentiality provides the basic framework for the presence of some trust level among the healthcare professionals, specifically when developing relationships between the physicians and the patients. All healthcare officials and personnel need to respect patient
  • 2. confidentiality and safeguard their wellbeing. Health information of patients does not only depend on the diagnoses, objective observations, and recreational activities but also the personal impressions about the clients, their characters, lifestyle, and other recreational activities (Pathak, 2019). Improper disclosure of patient information could potentially harm their reputation and lead to cases of personal humiliation, financial fraud, and loss in great opportunities. Various people practice medicine today. They include physicians, surgeons, nurses, nurse practitioners, and other healthcare personnel. The large number of people visiting hospitals always leaves their information in the hospital’s records (McLeod, 2018). It is for this reason that the healthcare professionals need to protect this information by ensuring strict measures to ensure the confidentiality to patient information. Therefore, healthcare organizations do not condone careless behaviors such as sharing patient information in public, indiscretion, and maliciously using this information. PICO (T) Question The PICO (T) question identifies the research problems and the major components that constitute the research. In exploring the research about confidentiality in patient information, this research develops a PICOT question that will enable the researchers to drive the research process. The PICO question is: Patients between the ages of 45-70 years who have signed up for the hospital's portal are likely to lose their private information for lack of understanding of the portal compared to patients between 16-40 years of age. · Population (P): Patients between 45-70 years. · Intervention (I): Patient portal. · Comparison (C): Patients between 16-40 years of age. · Outcome (O): Losing private information for lack of understanding of the portal.
  • 3. The search terms used for the development of the PICO (T) question included PICO, PICOT, PICOT question, PICOT process. The search database included Google Scholar, JSTOR, and Walden University Library. During the search, I came across different research articles that are relevant to the search item while others were completely irrelevant. The two different databases in the Walden University Library included the Computer Science Database and the Ovid Nursing Books Database. These databases helped in finding the peer-reviewed articles that will be used throughout this research process. I identified six major strategies that can be applied to increase the effectiveness and rigor of the database search for the PICOT question. They include conceptualizing the search process, using relevant vocabulary, revising the search process, combining concepts and terms using Boolean operators, learning about the rules and regulations of database search, and searching different databases. References Hammouchi, H., Cherqi, O., Mezzour, G., Ghogho, M., & El Koutbi, M. (2019). Digging deeper into data breaches: An exploratory data analysis of hacking breaches over time. Procedia Computer Science, 151, 1004-1009. McLeod, A., & Dolezel, D. (2018). Cyber-analytics: Modeling factors associated with healthcare data breaches. Decision Support Systems, Science Direct.108, 57-68. Pathak, P. R., & Chou, A. (2019). Confidential care for adolescents in the US Health Care System. Journal of patient- centered research and reviews, 6(1), 46. Yeng, P. K., Szekeres, A., Yang, B., & Snekkenes, E. A. (2021). Mapping the Psychosocialcultural Aspects of Healthcare Professionals’ Information Security Practices: Systematic Mapping Study. JMIR Human Factors, 8(2), e17604.
  • 4. 1 Project Management Plan Disclaimer: Conduct research on Project Management Plans to better understand their content (example: ProjectManagementDocs.com). The goal of this assignment is to understand the process of creating a Project Management Plan. When enough detail i s not provided, use your best judgement to fill in the blanks. The IT Project that was completed earlier in the semester involved only the implementation phase of deploying IT resources to a new building. This assignment goes beyond the earlier project to look at the project from the analysis of the IT needs through the evaluation of the IT project. Background: The university plans to acquire additional facilities in the future. The state notifies the university’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) when legislation approves the acquisition of new facilities (the actual construction of the facility is outside the scope of this assignment). The CEO notifies the Chief Operations Officer (COO) who acts as the project sponsor and approves the opening of the facility. The COO identifies the administrative and academic departments (to include the IT department) that will occupy the facility. The COO and each department then assign a representative to work on the project team and represent their
  • 5. interests. The IT department may assign multiple members to represent specialized areas involved in the project. The COO then tasks the Project Manager to begin the analysis phase to determine the occupant’s IT requirements and specifications. The scope of the project includes analyzing, designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating the IT requirements of the new facility. The Project Manager works with each department and the IT department to document all their IT requirements and design/develop the best solution. Once completed, a final IT budget is established, and the project sponsor approves any changes to cost, schedule, quality and scope. The typical order of execution includes 1) analyzing and documenting requirements; 2) design and develop the best solution; 3) review and signoff by the departments who will occupy the facility; 4) approval of the budget and project management plan by the COO; 5) execution/implementation of the project; and 6) an after-action evaluation of the project. The major milestones (and only the milestones) from the earlier IT Project Plan will be incorporated into the Project Management Plan schedule. One significant difference here is that the earlier IT Project Plan might contain separate milestones for each area of the facility (i.e. “offices completed”, “admin areas completed”, etc.) but, since the layout of a new facility is dynamic, the milestone can be consolidated. Additional milestones for the analysis, design, development and evaluation must also be
  • 6. included in the Project Management Plan schedule. While the building is under construction, the COO will notify the Project Manager, on a monthly basis, via email, the status of the facility’s construction and the estimated date of delivery. The Project Manager will notify the Project Team and the IT department of the project status, via email immediately. Thirty days before construction is completed, in- person meetings will be scheduled on a 2 weekly basis with the project team. These meetings will be facilitated by the Project Manager who will ensure meeting notes are captured and distributed. The Project Manager will also communicate with the COO and senior management when requested. The Project Manager is responsible for monitoring the project and reporting to the project sponsor should the scope, cost and schedule be adversely affected. The assignment includes identifying at least 10 risks that might be documented and tracked during the project implementation. These risks must be based on the requirements from this document and not from generic risks found during your research of other project management plans.
  • 7. ITS-535 Section #___ Enter Your Name Project Management Plan Date Introduction <Replace this section with an Introduction based on the Project Management Plan assignment requirements. · The Introduction provides a high-level overview of the project and what is included in this Project Management Plan. · This should include a high-level description of the project and describe the projects deliverables and benefits. Excessive detail is not necessary in this section as the other sections of the project plan will include this information. This section should provide a summarized framework of the project and its purpose.>Project Management Approach <Replace this section with an outline of the overall management approach for the project. · This section should describe, in general terms, the roles and authority of project team members. · It should also include which units within the organization or outside the organization will provide resources (people) for the project and any resource constraints or limitations. · If there are any decisions which must be made by specific individuals—for example authorizing changes by the project sponsor—this should also be stated here.
  • 8. It should be written as an Executive Summary for the Project Management Plan.> Project Scope <Replace this section with a detailed scope of the project. · This detail should include what the project does and does not include. The more detail included in this section, the better the product. This will help to clarify what is included in the project and help to avoid any confusion from project team members and stakeholders.> Milestone List <Replace this section with a summary list of milestones. · Include an introductory paragraph in this section which provides some insight to the major milestones. · Milestones will include the major milestones from the earlier IT Project Plan as well as the additional Milestones identified in the Project Management Plan requirements. · This section should also mention or discuss actions taken if any changes to the milestones are required.> Milestone Description 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  • 9. 8. 9. 10. 11. Schedule Baseline and Work Breakdown Structure <Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by discussing the WBS and Schedule baseline and how they will be used in managing the project’s scope. The WBS provides the work packages to be performed for the completion of the project. The schedule baseline provides a reference point for managing project progress as it pertains to schedule and timeline. Normally the schedule baseline and work breakdown structure (WBS) would be created in Microsoft Project.> Change Management Plan < Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by describing the change control process. Ideally, this process will be some type of organizational standard which is repeatable and done on most or all projects when a change is necessary. · Changes to any project must be carefully considered and the impact of the change must be clear in order to make any type of approval decisions. Many organizations have change control boards (CCBs) which review proposed changes and either approve or deny them. This is an effective way to provide oversight and ensure adequate feedback and review of the change is obtained. · This section should also identify who has approval authority for changes to the project, who submits the changes, how they are tracked and monitored.
  • 10. For complex or large projects, the Change Management Plan may be included as an appendix to the Project Management Plan or as a separate, stand-alone document. A detailed Change Management Plan template is available at ProjectManagementDocs.com.> Communications Management Plan <Replace this section by: · defining the communication requirements for the project and how information will be distributed to ensure project success. You should give considerable thought to how you want to manage communications on every project. By having a solid communications management approach you’ll find that many project management problems can be avoided. In this section you should provide an overview of your communications management approach. Generally, the Communications Management Plan defines the following: · Communication requirements based on roles · What information will be communicated · How the information will be communicated · When will information be distributed · Who does the communication · Who receives the communication · Communications conduct For larger and more complex projects, the Communications Management Plan may be included as an appendix or separate document apart from the Project Management Plan. A detailed Communications Management Plan template is available at ProjectManagementDocs.com. Include communications identified in the Project Management plan requirements and replace the items in the table below as needed.> Communication Type Description
  • 11. Frequency Format Participants/ Distribution Deliverable Owner Weekly Status Report Email summary of project status Weekly Email Project Sponsor, Team and Stakeholders Status Report Project Manager Weekly Project Team Meeting Meeting to review action register and status Weekly In Person Project Team Updated Action Register Project Manager Project Monthly Review (PMR) Present metrics and status to team and sponsor Monthly In Person Project Sponsor, Team, and Stakeholders Status and Metric Presentation Project Manager Project Milestone Reviews Present closeout of project phases and kickoff next phase As Needed In Person Project Sponsor, Team and Stakeholders Phase completion report and phase kickoff Project Manager Technical Design Review Review of any technical designs or work associated with the project
  • 12. As Needed In Person Project Team Technical Design Package Project Manager Cost Management Plan < Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by defining how the costs on a project will be managed throughout the project’s lifecycle. It sets the format and standards by which the project costs are measured, reported, and controlled. Working within the cost management guidelines is imperative for all project team members to ensure successful completion of the project. These guidelines may include which level of the WBS cost accounts will be created in and the establishment of acceptable variances. The Cost Management Plan: · Identifies who is responsible for managing costs · Identifies who has the authority to approve changes to the project or its budget · How cost performance is quantitatively measured and reported upon · Report formats, frequency and to whom they are presented For complex or large projects the Cost Management Plan may be included as an appendix to the Project Management Plan or as a separate, stand-alone document. A detailed Cost Management Plan template is available at ProjectManagementDocs.com.> Procurement Management Plan <Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by identifying the necessary steps and responsibilities for procurement from the beginning to the end of a project. The project manager must ensure that the plan facilitates the successful completion of the project and does not become an overwhelming task to manage. The project manager will work with the project team,
  • 13. contracts/purchasing department, and other key players to manage the procurement activities. For larger projects or projects with more complicated procurement management requirements, you can include the Procurement Management Plan as a separate document apart from the Project Management Plan. A detailed Procurement Management Plan is available at ProjectManagementDocs.com.> Project Scope Management Plan < Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally, it is important that the approach to managing the projects’ scope be clearly defined and documented in detail. Failure to clearly establish and communicate project scope can result in delays, unnecessary work, failure to achieve deliverables, cost overruns, or other unintended consequences. This section provides a summary of the Scope Management Plan in which it addresses the following: · Who has authority and responsibility for scope management · How the scope is defined (i.e. Scope Statement, WBS, WBS Dictionary, Statement of Work, etc.) · How the scope is measured and verified (i.e. Quality Checklists, Scope Baseline, Work Performance Measurements, etc.) · The scope change process (who initiates, who authorizes, etc.) · Who is responsible for accepting the final project deliverable and approves acceptance of project scope A detailed Scope Management Plan available at ProjectManagementDocs.com and can be included as an appendix to the Project Management Plan for larger or more complex projects.> Schedule Management Plan < Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by providing a general framework for the approach which will be taken to create the project schedule. Effective schedule management is necessary
  • 14. for ensuring tasks are completed on time, resources are allocated appropriately, and to help measure project performance. This section should include discussion of the scheduling tool/format, schedule milestones, and schedule development roles and responsibilities. Be sure to check out the detailed Schedule Management Plan available at ProjectManagementDocs.com. The separate Schedule Management Plan is suitable for larger projects or projects where the schedule management is more formalized.> Quality Management Plan < Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by discussing how quality management will be used to ensure that the deliverables for the project meet a formally established standard of acceptance. All project deliverables should be defined in order to provide a foundation and understanding of the tasks at hand and what work must be planned. Quality management is the process by which the organization not only completes the work but completes the work to an acceptable standard. Without a thorough Quality Management Plan, work may be completed in a substandard or unacceptable manner. This section should include quality roles and responsibilities, quality control, quality assurance, and quality monitoring. For larger or more complex projects, the Quality Management Plan may be included as an appendix or separate document. A detailed Quality Management Plan is available for use at ProjectManagementDocs.com.> Risk Management Plan < Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by providing a general description for the approach taken to identify and manage the risks associated with the project. It should be a short paragraph or two summarizing the approach to risk management on this project.
  • 15. Since risk management is a science in itself, we have many risk management templates available at ProjectManagementDocs.com.> <Complete the following Risk Register by identify risks specifically associated with this IT project> Risk Register Risk Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Staffing Management Plan <Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by discussing how you plan to staff the project. This section should include discussion on matrixed or projectized organizational structure depending
  • 16. on which is being used for this project. This section should also include how resources will be procured and managed as well as the key resources needed for the project.> Resource Calendar <Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by including a Resource Calendar as part of your project plan. The resource calendar identifies key resources needed for the project and the times/durations they'll be needed. Some resources may be needed for the entire length of the project while others may only be required for a portion of the project. This information must be agreed to by the Project Sponsor and Functional Managers prior to beginning the project.> Cost Baseline < Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section with the cost baseline for the project upon which cost management will be based. Used the costs identified in the specifications.> Project Phase Budgeted Total Comments Planning $ Design $ Execution $ Evaluation $ Transition and Closeout
  • 17. $ Quality Baseline <Replace this section with the words: TO BE DETERMINED. Normally you would replace this section by including the quality baseline for the project. The purpose of this baseline is to provide a basis for ensuring that quality can be measured to determine if acceptable quality levels have been achieved. It is important for all projects to clearly define and communicate quality standards and the quality baseline serves this purpose.> Sponsor Acceptance Approved by the Project Sponsor: Date: <Project Sponsor> <Project Sponsor Title> This free Project Management Plan Template is brought to you by ProjectManagementDocs.com 2