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Project Charter Template

Project Charter Template

1. General Project Information

Project Name

Project Contractor

Project Executor

Impact of Project

2. Project Team

Project Manager

Name

Department

Telephone

E-mail

Team Member 1

Name

Department

Telephone

E-mail

Team Member 2

Name

Department

Telephone

E-mail

3. Stakeholders

e.g. those with a significant interest in or who will be significantly affected by this project

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4. Project Scope Statement

4.1 Project Purpose / Business Justification

Describe the business need, opportunity or problem this project addresses

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4.2. Project Objectives

Describe the measurable outcomes of the project, e.g., reduce cost by xxxx or increase quality to yyyy (in business terms)

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4.3. Project Deliverables

Provide a high-level list of “what” needs to be done in order to reach the goals of the project. Each deliverable should be sufficiently detailed so that the project team will understand what needs to be accomplished. Describe the deliverable using action words (verbs) such as “deliver, provide, create, research, etc.Deliverables should be measurable, so the project sponsor and team can determine whether the deliverable has been successfully completed at the project’s conclusion.

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4.4. Project Scope Definition

Document the scope of work to be delivered. To assist you in defining scope, use documentation such as sales proposals, business requirements, functional specifications, etc. to set and limit the scope.In Scope is what the project will include meeting the requirements of the project goals.Out of Scope excludes responsibilities, activities, deliverables, or other areas that are not part of the Project.

In Scope

Out of Scope

4.5 Project Milestones

Propose start and end dates for Project Phases (e.g., Inception, Planning, Construction, Delivery) and other major milestones

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4.6. Major Known Risks (including significant Assumptions)

Identify obstacles that may cause the project to fail. Grade the risk with words like high-, medium- and low-risk.

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4.7. Project Constraints

List any conditions that may limit the project team’s options with respect to resources, personnel, or schedule (e.g., predetermined budget or project end date, limit on number of staff that may be assigned to the project).

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4.8. External Dependencies

Will project success depend on coordination of efforts between the project team and one or more other individuals or groups? Has everyone involved agreed to this interaction?

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5. Related Documents

Reference any related documents that were used to define scope and assumptions – e.g., RFQ, RFP, Sales Proposal, etc.

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6. Project Authorization

Full name and signature of Project Manager

Full name and signature of Business Manager

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