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Architect - Project Planning
Creating a Project Plan
An I.T. architect is often responsible for creating a plan to deliver the client solution. Work with your team developer to determine what tasks need to completed for your project.
You don't have to use project management software. A table or spreadsheet will be fine. You will be updating this document throughout the course. There are several cloud-based online alternatives especially designed for team projects which may work better for you.
Your plan should include, at minimum:
- Scope - Clearly define the goals of the project, including any and all tasks needed to reach those goals. Should also define what is not included in the scope of the project.
- Resource Allocation - Who is assigned to the project and to individual tasks and what resources (funding, equipment) will be required to complete it.
- Timeline - Sets the final deadline for the project as well as smaller milestones within the project.
- Definition of Deliverables - Define which tasks must happen in succession and which can be performed concurrently.
- Task Assignments - Who is responsible for what tasks?
- Risk Planning - Identify potential obstacles and contingency plans to deal with them
- Monitoring - Keep track of ongoing activities, resources required and used and project status (where it should be versus where it actually is)
- Quality Control - Each deliverable should be assessed to see if it meets the stated requirements. New deliverables may need to be defined to complete the project.
- Closing - This is where we wrap things up
This is not expected to be a complete document upon first submission. Submit this initial plan to your instructor. If you decide to use project management software, your instructor may request that you export your file into a more common format. Your document should be 1-2 pages.