Learn the “smart” way of surviving in project management and Agile industries through the Good Work Plan. Here's a complete guide to creating an effective GWP.
Let’s start with a little history of the Good Work Plan (GWP). It will give you an idea of where this write-up is headed. Matthew Taylor reviewed the modern working practices back in 2017 to single-out the issues encountered in the workplace.
Taylor came up with the solutions in a report called Taylor review for the UK government. Its been 3 years and finally the changes are visible in the UK businesses.
It’s just a matter of time when these improvements will make their way to other nations as well if they haven’t already.
So, if you are an employee, it is exigent for you to know about this Good Work Plan and how you can prepare a good work plan.
Let’s start from scratch to understand why this plan was needed in the first place. Basically, a good work plan is another name for the Project Management Plan. To achieve the ultimate goal at the department or a company level, it is essential to create a coherent and clear work plan. It should outline the steps needed to be taken by breaking steps into smaller milestones, deliverables, and resources under the given timeline to pile it all together. The use of a Good Work Plan is suitable when larger projects or ventures are being planned, but it can also be used at any level if required.
The next step is to realize why you need a work plan. The Work Plan lays a roadmap for the entire project or activity which is under consideration and gives it a proper direction. It helps keep the teams involved in the project in an organized way and ensures that you can buy-in from key stakeholders of the project or particular activity. In addition to that, it allows us to manage the expectations on stakeholders’ level as well as on the managerial level.
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