The next stage is to plan how to execute the project, which generally will take the community developing a Project Plan as a deliverable. In this video, professor Lavagnon explains why planning the project is important and which tools can be used to do it.
As you can see, project planning is about outlining a plan to describe:
- What is the project about (its requirements, objectives, scope)?
- How is it going to be executed (the tasks and activities required to complete it)?
- When is each activity going to be completed (the time and schedule)?
- What resources is it going to require?
- And who is going to do what (which community member is going to be responsible for this or that activity)?
In your e-portfolio:
- How does your community usually plan how to execute a project?
How do you organize to find out the answers to “What, how, when, what resources and who”?