Project Charter Guide
This guide explains the steps needed to create a project charter for the delivery of a project.
"This guide explains the steps needed to create a project charter for the delivery of a project. The guide is meant to be used together with a document called the Project Charter Template, and, where relevant, it includes examples to illustrate the content. The first section, titled “Use of the Project Charter,” gives background information on the purpose of the charter, who is responsible for creating it, work that should be carried out beforehand in order to prepare the charter, how the charter should be customized, and key sections required at the beginning."
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Posted on 06/28/2010 by