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Project planning is a discipline for stating how to complete a project within a certain timeframe, usually with defined stages, and with designated resources. One view of project planning divides the activity into:
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- Setting objectives (these should be measurable)
- Identifying deliverables
- Planning the schedule
- Making supporting plans
Supporting plans may include those related to: human resources, communication methods, and risk management.
Computer hardware and software project planning within an enterprise is often done using a project planning guide that describes the process that the enterprise feels has been successful in the past.
Tools popularly used for the scheduling part of a plan include the Gantt chart and the PERT chart.
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