By now, I' ve mentioned several times that you ' re building a project book. We 've spent almost four chapters talking about the first two sections of the project book: the project charter and the scope statement. Let ' s take a little more detailed look at this project book to see exactly what goes into it. You prepare the documents that are important to your project (not every project might require a complete project book—the size of the project, of course, dictates the contents of the book), obtain the sign-offs required, then assemble the documents in the relevant sections of the project book.
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