Posted by Media Relations on Thursday, March 2nd, 2006 - Comments »
Minneapolis, MN, March 2, 2006 — Watermark Learning (http://www.watermarklearning.com), a leader in Project Management and Business Analysis skill development, has contributed an article to the academic market’s very first collection of IT project management readings.“How to Create a Clear Project Plan in Six Easy Steps” written by Watermark Learning Principals, Elizabeth Larson, PMP, and Richard Larson, PMP, appears in the book “Readings in Information Technology Project Management,” by Dr. Gary Richardson and Charles Butlers.“Creating a clear project plan is one of the most critical phases in project management,” said Richard Larson, Principal, “not only is it the project manager’s roadmap, but it is also a premier communications tool throughout the project.”“How to Create a Clear Project Plan in Six Easy Steps” outlines the necessary components of project planning:• Step 1: Explain the project plan to key stakeholders and discuss its key components• Step 2: Define roles and responsibilities• Step 3: Develop a Scope Statement• Step 4: Develop the project baselines• Step 5: Create baseline management plans• Step 6: Communicate!“We were thrilled to be a part of this endeavor,” Elizabeth Larson, Watermark Learning Principal and CEO explains, “Having our article included in such a distinguished piece of literature is greatly rewarding.”To request a copy of the “How to Create a Clear Project Plan in Six Easy Steps” article, please contact Watermark Learning at www.watermarklearning.comTo purchase “Readings in Information Technology Project Management,” by Dr. Gary Richardson and Charles Butlers, click here.About Watermark LearningWatermark Learning is a leading project management and requirements analysis training and skill development company. Founded by industry veterans, Elizabeth Larson & Richard Larson, Watermark Learning also offers Masters Certificate Programs through Auburn University in Business Analysis and Project Management. Watermark Learning maintains training facilities in both Minnesota and Arizona. For more information, visit http://www.watermarklearning.com or call 800.646.9362.