Project Planning Risk Evaluation Checklist


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Item Planning Status Risk Level Comments / Plan to Resolve 1 Planning 1.1 Is project scope including definition and objectives the same as agreed to in the Project Charter 1.2 Has the Project Scope Statement been reviewed as part of the baseline process 1.3 Is there a Project Plan against which to measure progress 1.4 Does the Project Plan address the following areas: 1.4.1 Project Scope and Deliverables 1.4.2 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) 1.4.3 Task Dependencies 1.4.4 Project Schedule 1.4.5 Milestone Schedule 1.4.6 Project Budget 1.4.7 Quality Plan 1.4.8 Issue Resolution and Change Management 1.4.9 Risk Management Plan Other Plans as needed: 1.4.10 Critical Success Factors 1.4.11 Resource Plan (e.g., assignments, timing) 1.4.12 Cost Benefit Analysis ROI 1.4.13 Procurement Plan 1.4.14 Communications Plan 1.4.15 Configuration Management Plan 1.4.16 Phase Exit Criteria Checklist 1.4.17 Project Progress Tracking 1.4.18 Project Organization 1.4.19 Facilities Plan 1.4.20 Documentation Plan 1.4.21 Materials Plan 1.4.22 Training Plan 1.4.23 Back-up and Recovery Plan 1.4.24 Contingency Plan 1.4.25 Cutover Plan 1.4.26 Warranty Plan 1.4.27 Transition Plan 1.4.28 Others (please list) 1.5 Is the plan for project resources adequate 1.6 Are the baseline project schedule and budget realistic 1.7 Is the plan for the organization of the project resources adequate 1.8 Are there adequate project control systems 1.9 Is there an information system for the project (e.g., central storage for easy access to project documents) 1.10 Were key project stakeholders brought into the Project Plan 1.11 Were potential customers involved early in the planning process 1.12 Was planning completed before the project was initiated 1.13 Are project planning documents under version control 1.14 If there are vendors, have they signed off on the Project Plan 1.15 If there is an independent oversight contractor, have they signed off on the Project Plan 2 Organization 2.1 Is the project organiz


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