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Planning with The SMART method. The SMART method is used in project management to clearly define objectives. SMART is an acronym to describe the five requirements that a defined goal must be.
SMART stands for specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timely. Goals and tasks are written down. Milestones and the overall progress towards objectives is regularly monitored and shared with the team. Goal setting requirements can change and vary depending on the project.
Definition of the
A clear statement of the goal.
The goal must be measurable using a defined set of metrics.
The goal should be attainable with the available resources.
The goal must be relevant to the project.
The goal must have a deadline.
Objectives & Work Packages
- Situational analysis/baseline analysis
- Goal definition/goal setting
- Clarification/scope of project
- Feasibility analysis/risks
- Timeline and resource requirements
- Project marketing/reporting system
- Project mandate/kick-off
- Basic planning
- Project action plan/activity list/milestones
- Project organization/team/responsibilities
- Profitability analysis/risk analysis
- Detailed project planning
- Work breakdown structure
- Information sharing/meetings/contracting
- Project steering committee/management
- Project deviation identification
- Team management/development
- Team motivation/monitoring
- Conflict management
- Project closure/final meeting
- Variance analysis
- "Lessons learned" summary
- Dissolution of project team
- Post evaluation/reviews
- Final report