Templates and associated documents
All projects should utilise the current version of all templates. The latest templates are linked below:
The two primary documents required are:
Project CONCEIVE Phase template - The purpose of this document
is to develop the concept of a project, the first of the five stages of Project
Management within Scouts Queensland.
Completion of this document is required for consideration of formal project
recognition and full or partial project funding
Project PLAN Phase template - The purpose of this document
is to develop the plan phase of a project, the second of the five stages of
Project Management within Scouts Queensland.
Completion of this document is required for complex projects where the
Concept Phase secured partial project funding only - through to the end of the
FRAMEWORK CONTENTS Overview (contained on this page) Definitions Project Register Project Size Project Phases Controls Reporting Closure of a project Responsibilities Templates and associated Documents PURPOSE This framework establishes an approach ...
There are five main phases of any project and two core templates to be completed in each phase: Phase Project status for register Conceive Identify the need Set project objectives and initial scope Determine budget Prepare draft Project CONCEIVE ...
Outlined below are the specific responsibilities associated with this project management framework The PID shall be approved by either the General Manager or the Chief Commissioner The Branch Finance Committee shall use the candidate project PIDs to ...
Annual Report Presentation (ARP) Resources
Annual Report Presentations (ARPs) are a great opportunity to celebrate the successes of the last 12 months and share your exciting plans for the future with community members, politicians and families. To assist in preparing for these presentations, ...
Project means: a logical grouping of effort with distinct start and end dates that progresses through defined phases and adheres to project management methodology. It results in the transformation of a business function and/or delivery of one or ...