Create project plan
DIN 69905 defines the project plan as "totality of all existing plans in the project".
These plans can be available in various forms, such as text documents, diagrams, graphical overviews, etc. The content may include requirements analysis, specifications, target planning, quality management plans, schedules, test plans, risk checklists and various other specifications.
All this information is stored centrally and standardized using software-supported project planning. With the project management software KLUSA all documents and information can be stored exactly where they are needed.
The schedule and the resource allocation are stored in the project structure plan, the risks are recorded, processed and tracked with the risk management module. Documents are stored in the project and can be assigned to the work packages.
The cost planning takes place in the cost module, which interacts with both the resource module and the time accounting module.
Hand-over modalities are included in the Final Report, and Lessons Learned document the project's experience in order to make your future projects even more successful.
How to manage very large projects with KLUSA will best be demonstrated directly in the tool.
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