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Project Plan Form

Project Plan Form

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Continuous Improvement & Benchmarking
 
CIB Project plan
Purpose:
 
To update the project nomination, select the team and gain approval from the CIBSteering Committee to proceed with the project.
Stakeholders:
 
Who are the stakeholders who must be consulted and communicated with during the project?Consider: residents and service customers, elected representatives, managers, staff, internal customers, suppliers, NGOsand aid agencies.
Other initiatives in this area:
 
Does this project overlap or complement any other government,donor-funded or NGO projects? How will the CIB project fit in with other initiatives?
Team Members:
List the people who should join the team to work on improving the service. Consider themanager responsible for the service, staff with in-depth knowledge of the service (the “experts”), staff who deliver theservice, suppliers, customers or residents, technical “experts” (such as from Finance, information technology, humanresources), NGOs etc.
............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Team Leader: ...........................................................................................................................
Timing:
What is the project start date, how long will it take and what are the dates for major reports to the Steering Committee?
Project start date: ________________ Project finish date: _______________ Dates to report to Steering Committee:_____________________________ 
124018312.doc Created: 20-Oct-04 Revised: 14-Mar-05 © 2004 ADB Institute1 of 3
 
Continuous Improvement & Benchmarking
 
Project phases and timing
Note: individual tasks within each PhasePhase and tasksResponsibilityStart Finish
1.Approve the CIB project plan Steering Committee
2.
Organize phaseProject teamWeek 1
Week 1
3.
 Analyze phaseProject teamWeek 2
Week 5
4.Benchmark phaseProject teamWeek 6
Week 7
5.Innovate phaseProject teamWeek 8
Week 96.Implement phaseProject teamWeek 10Week 12
Resources:
List what resources the team will need to carry out the project – attach a budget, for example for travel expenses if members are coming in from outer districts or if other travel is needed. (Note – this does not include theresources for any improvement implementation plan – that will be estimated later.)
Budget for local travel: _______________ Budget for materials, meeting costs etc: _______________ 
Risks:
Describe any potential risks to the project. Include strategies for reducing the risk of something going wrong.
Submitted by:
Name:..........................................................Signature:Position:..........................................................Date:
124018312.doc Created: 20-Oct-04 Revised: 14-Mar-05 © 2004 ADB Institute2 of 3

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