Project Management Flow Chart



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Adequate communication is essential in order to finish projects successfully. In order to gain truthful and accurate information, you need to make sure that program- or project managers are able to make rational and correct decisions. For those who have, what we call, a "high-performance mindset”, we know they prefer to work with the latest update of professional project management templates, in order to achieve their goals faster. We are certain this Project Management Flow Chart will be of value.

Project Management Flowchart Determine audience • Identify Target audience (For existing students, potential students, parents, staff or potential corporate sponsors, etc.) • Identify any technical issues with your target audience (Disabilities, connection speeds, etc.) Content • Determine major Goals and all topics • Anticipate what questions your visitors will have when they come to your Web site • Perform necessary research (from Internet, students, and colleague) • What other services do you want the site to provide (Links to other web pages of interest, provide downloadable files, or want to allow email enquiries to be sent direct to your email account.) Classification and Categorization • According to relationship, divide topics into the main groups, or subgroups • The home page should branch to a maximum of 5 or 7 main categories only.

Identify Target audience (For existing students, potential students, parents, staff
or potential corporate sponsors, etc.)
  • Identify any technical issues with your target audience (Disabilities, connection
speeds, etc.)
Content
  • Determine major Goals and all topics
  • Anticipate what questions your visitors will have when they come to your Website
  • Perform necessary research (from the Internet, students, and colleague)
  • What other services do you want the site to provide? (Links to other web pages of
interest, provide downloadable files or want to allow email inquiries to be sent
direct to your email account.)
Classification and Categorization
  • According to relationship, divide topics into the main groups, or subgroups
  • The home page should branch to a maximum of 5 or 7 main categories only.
  • Clear Labeling: using short and descriptive phrases to summarize the features of the groups.
Information architecture
  • Create a web site flowchart
  • Considering the depth of navigation: The primary structure for web information is a hierarchy. The hierarchy should be a few levels deep as possible, consistent with a clear presentation of the information.
  • Considering connectivity: Links must be provided between the different branches to aid navigation and usability.

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