Project management resources
3. Create a project plan and budget
Project planning is the process of leading the work of a team to achieve all project goals within the given constraints. This information is usually described in project documentation, created at the beginning of the development process. The primary constraints are scope, time, and budget.
Developing a comprehensive project plan and budget will help you manage your resources, be ready for problems, and evaluate your project’s success. Remember to include the costs of data collection, analysis, and communication in your budget, because these things allow you to measure the positive change from your project and share with others what you accomplished and what you learned. Review your implementation plans and timeline with stakeholders regularly and make adjustments as necessary.
Step one: submission to the club board
Once you have decided on a project, it may be a good idea to document the potential project and submit it to your Board for approval. This is a good idea because documenting your project often helps to clarify more clearly what your are wanting to achieve. The following template may help you. Submission to the Club Board
Step two: Project plan
Once you have approval for your project develop your project plan and budget. Project plan template