Documenting the Activity Attributes

Every activity in the activity list has attributes that must be documented. The documentation of the activities' characteristics will help with additional planning, risk identification, resource need, and more. Of course, the activities and depth of the attributes will vary by project discipline. For your PMI exam, here are some attributes you should consider:

• Activity identifier

• Activity codes

• Activity description

• Predecessor and successor activities

• Logical relationships

• Resource requirements

• Imposed dates

• Constraints and assumptions

• Responsibility of the project team member(s) completing the work

• Location of the work

• Type and amount of effort needed to complete the work

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