Project Strategy – What is a Project Brief?
A successful project brief will only be useful if you have an agreed project board executive named to lead the stakeholders at the start up of the initiation phase. Having run many of the initiation meetings, the first one must include the executive to kick off proceedings. And be there for the first day on hand to provide guidance and knowledge.
The key other stakeholders including process owners should also be attending. The background to the project should be described, along with the key objectives. Understand the desired outcomes and project scope and exclusions, and you’re off to a flyer.
Name the key stakeholders and their role in this change. Record the constraints and assumptions (resources, organization, competencies, start-up time, technologies). Understand the project tolerances, what can the business case withstand and when you need to report exclusions to the board. Document the desired timeframe for the delivery of the change. List the systems and which will either provide data or expect data out.
When your project brief is complete you will have documented the project definition and outlined the business case. The next level of detail will also have been discovered.
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