Typical project phases are:
The most common components include:
The templates provide a particular section where the project manager can list down the main agenda of the project. Doing so will help the team members develop a particular vision and work towards it with proper focus.
The template provides a section where the project manager can list down the key deliverables. Whether it is a product or a service - this section helps the team understand the priority of the deliverables presented in the project plan.
A project follows a particular timeline that defines its roadmap that enables the project team to understand the benefits and drawbacks of a project plan. A team, henceforth, creates a new, enhanced project plan. A project is also time-bound and hence, has a deadline after which, the results of a project plan are measured. The templates provide a particular section to mention the timeline and deadline of a project as well.
A project is executed by a project leader/manager and a team of a few members under him/her. The template provides a section to introduce the presentation audience to the project team and their key roles in the project.
The template provides a section where a project team can list down the resources required for the project. This is a time-efficient technique that helps the team to opt for only the noted resources while planning a project.