Managing a project
Viewed as the most productive (and hectic) phase, management involves the production of the project outputs. Ongoing management of the stakeholders, risks, quality, resources, issues and work of the project is indicative of this period in the life of the project.
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Toolkit resources for managing a project
Project management mailing list
The Project Management Mailing List has been set up to support the sharing ideas and information about project management within the Tasmanian Government, between the three tiers of government, and between private and public sectors.
Lists examples of project business cases and program and project business plans.
Lists examples of execution plans, staff management plans, output development strategies and status reports.
Provides a case study exploring the Tasmanian Government Web Publishing Framework Project’s innovative approach to outcome realisation, when challenged by outputs that were rapidly outdated, and non-obligatory implementation.Project Management Information and Resources Project Outcome Realisation Plan (183.9 KB) Realising Project Benefits Project Risk Management Plan (77.7 KB)
Provides an example of a risk management plan.Web Publishing Framework Project Risk Management Plan v1.0 (149.6 KB) Realising Project Benefits Project Quality Management Plan (59.1 KB)
Provides an example of a quality management plan.Realising Project Benefits Project Communications Strategy and Action Plan (61.0 KB) The State of Growth Communications Strategy (122.0 KB)
Provides an example of a communication strategy.Accrual Budget and Financial Management Project Communication Strategy Phase 4 (131.1 KB) Realising Project Benefits Project Stage 1 Evaluation and Review Report v.1.0 (256.2 KB) Project Management Guidelines
Provides guidelines for project management within the Tasmanian Government.