Use my FREE Toolkit to build an impressive and fully PMBoK Guide aligned Project Charter rapidly. By using the included MP4PM-MindMap to collect all the relevant information in a rush and by following the branches Step-by-Step you will never miss a single detail.
Transfer the collected information out of the guided MP4PM-MindMap into the also included MS Word-Template and you get your "ready-to-present" Project Charter in a rush!
"Develop Project Charter" is the first of the 49 project management processes in the PMBoK® Guide and as assigned project manager most often you will start working on your project while performing that process.
My map will help you with that process; it covers all the topics of the PMBoK® Guide and let you collect the needed information in a guided approach. You may have a closer look at the map and exploring it branches by clicking here (or directly at the picture on the left): Please show me the map >>>
As a 2nd deliverable you will find a MS Word Template in that package which is completely aligned to the PMBoK Guide 6th Edition and of course also to the "MP4PM Project Charter"-map. That way you can transfer the information - collected within the map - to the template with copy&paste in just a few seconds!
(pssst ... within MP4PM i will show you a way how you can automatically transfer all the information from the map to your MS Word document! That will save even more time for you ...)
With that package here you will also get a prepared and pre-filled presentation with also all the topics out of the map.
It would be ideal if you also use a mind-mapping tool, you can fill the mind map with the information and than export to power point with the already collected information.
But with that prepared presentation you can utilize the benefits of this template-package even without using a mind-mapping tool. That is why we included this one too.
And as a last piece you will also get a prepared MS Project Plan for your Project Charter including all the topics and information out of the map. That template can be used in many ways. It can be your starting point for the overall project schedule. It can be copied into another project schedule for completion and so on ...
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