Initiating a project
Project initiatives may originate directly from Government policy, such as Tasmania Together, or from an Agency's corporate and business unit planning processes, which in turn are driven by Government policy. Projects are usually justified in terms of corporate objectives and should be closely aligned to them.
In the case of large and/or complex projects and programs of projects, considerable time is spent in this initiation or business case development phase. Clear understandings of why the business case is being undertaken should be established in the initiation phase.
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Toolkit resources for initiating a project
Language Matters Fact Sheet v1.2 (114.2 KB) Conducting a Feasibility Study Fact Sheet v1.2 (123.1 KB) Project Sizing Fact Sheet v1.3 (148.3 KB) Project Estimation Fact Sheet v1.2 (184.2 KB) Checklist for Major Business Initiatives Fact Sheet v1.2 (166.0 KB) Developing a Business Case Fact Sheet v1.2 (133.3 KB) Project business case template and guide for small to medium projects v1.1 (651.5 KB) Project proposal template and guide v3.0 (610.5 KB) Project business case template and guide for medium to large projects v2.1 (673.5 KB) Monetary penalties enforcement project stage 2 estimation (81.4 KB) Monetary Penalties Enforcement Project Stage 2 Business Case (104.6 KB) Digital Information Management and Storage Strategy Project Business Case (357.4 KB) Community Client Health Profile Program Governance Structure (223.9 KB) Community Client Health Profile Program Steering Committee Terms of Reference (109.1 KB) Project Management Advisory Committee Terms of Reference (16.1 KB) Web Publishing Framework Project Risk Management Plan v1.0 (149.6 KB) Realising Project Benefits Project Risk Management Plan (77.7 KB)
Provides an example of a risk management plan.