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How to Create A Project Roadmap (Example Included)

Megan Keup
Publication date:
June 3, 2021
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How to Create A Project Roadmap (Example Included)

A project roadmap is a tool used to summarize the what, why and how of a project into an easy-to-understand document that can be shared with anyone. It provides a high-level visual representation of the larger project plan and includes important scope, risk and resource management information. It should be created during the project planning phase and used throughout projects as a tracking tool. Project roadmaps are commonly used by project managers, program managers and project management offices (PMOs) as portfolio management tools. Project goals and objectives are the main thrust of any project roadmap, followed by project risks, project timeline, task dependencies, project resources, key individuals, kickoff meeting agenda, roles & responsibilities, and project milestones and deliverables.

Gantt charts are the easiest way to represent dependencies. A project roadmap is a visual and manageable overview of a project. It defines who is doing what and how tasks and deliverables can be tracked. To create a project roadmap, it is important to break down the project scope, map out all project tasks, and link task dependencies. Gantt charts are used to create project roadmaps. Task dependencies determine the order in which tasks need to be executed.


project roadmap, project management, project process, project planning

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Megan Keup
How to Create A Project Roadmap (Example Included)
June 3, 2021
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