Planning the Project ThePMBOK® Guidestates that the planning process includes

Planning the Project
The PMBOK® Guide states that the planning process includes actions necessary to define, integrate, and coordinate all subsidiary plans into a project management plan. This implies that in bottom-up planning, the summary project plan being the consolidation of subsidiary plans is drawn independently.
Based on your understanding of the project planning process, answer the following questions:
Is bottom-up planning appropriate or should the project plan be developed top-down by developing the subsidiary plans based on the documentation (charter and scope statement) that has been produced to this point? Explain.
Is there any other approach you would recommend?
List the nine components of planning sequences for software project planning.
Any successful project plan must contain nine key elements. List these items and briefly describe the composition of each.
Describe the “even planning process” and explain why it is helpful.
What is shown on a linear responsibility chart? How is it useful to a project manager? In what ways may the WBS be used as a key document to monitor and control a project?


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