A project plan is critically important to ensure that everyone involved is on the same page. They don’t need to be complex. This article demonstrates a quick way to assemble a practical project planning framework.  It is a Yellow Belt article.

There are any number of ways to construct a project plan and unlimited variety in the amount of detail that you could go into.

In a small business, a great level of detail is often not necessary because the plan is largely done in the owner-operator’s head and the team involved is quite small.

The planning process is really just to “get your head straight”.

But having some written notes is an excellent way to ensure you have all your ideas lined up and can communicate them clearly to your team. 

Very often one starts with a blank sheet of paper and it’s difficult to think where you begin to write!

This article outlines a rapid project planning technique that a small team can use as a focus for how to progress with a project.

The approach uses the well known mantra; Who, What, When, Where, How and How Much as its framework

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 When

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 Where

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 How

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 How much

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