Project Plan* may have:
Goal (the why)
Deliverables (product or service or event) - Description in project management form.
Stakeholders (who will benefit from this project)
Team Members (people responsible for the project )
Committee. If an individual is on team for specific skill or knowledge indicate.
Resources and how much they cost
Add member to the team
Time (how much)
Information / Communication
Project Management Form
Others (such as guidelines)
Marketing / Informing
Issues / Risks
Expected - can be handled
Activities ― Actions needed to do project (group under types)
Stages ― project units (time - when)
Milestones ― Trigger for start of a stage
Work packages ― activities assigned to a single person (if more than 1 person to do an activity note in activity’s section.)
Interdependencies ― Points in project where on activity must be completed for another activity to begin
Reviews ― Points in project to check project is on track - quality, quantity, and time.
*“How To Write A Killer Project Plan That Gets Results” https://resources.workfront.com/project-management-blog/how-to-write-project-plan by Martin Wester (from https://www.leadershipthoughts.com/ )