Project Presentation

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Table of Contents

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Problem/Pain Project Proposal Solution Key Benefits Project Goals Project Scope Project Resources Project Schedule Project Timeline Deliverables Success Criteria Budget Project Management Summary

Problem/Pain

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Describe the problem or the pain point that your solution aims to relieve. For instance, a service team is under strain because of the growing number of customers.

Make some notes about the pain point or put links to sources

Project Proposal

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  • Provide background information

  • Outline the purpose of your proposal

  • Define your goals

  • Accentuate what sets you apart

  • Briefly state the budget

  • Finish with a call to action and ask for a follow-up

Represent your project idea in several statements

Solution

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Outline how exactly your project solves the previously mentioned problem. For instance, an AI-based chatbot can ease the burden on your support team by handling incoming requests instantly.

Link to source

Link to source

Link to source

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Solution

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Key Benefits

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  • Reduced workload on the support team

  • Quicker customer service

  • Lower expenses on the support personnel

  • Enhanced customer communication

  • Greater client satisfaction

Briefly list the fundamental advantages of your project for the end user. The key benefits in our example may include

Project Goals

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  • Providing competent help to customers immediately

  • Reducing the number of calls to the support team

  • Enhancing company’s digital presence

  • Promoting corporate website

Take a moment to describe your goals more fundamentally.

For instance, AI-based chatbots are aimed at

Project Scope

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Demonstrate the general scope of work your project encompasses.

This part usually comprises the following constituents

Overview

The essence and the goal of the project

Management

Approval process and responsibilities

Approach, phases, tasks

How will the project be handled

Deliverables

What will be developed and produced

Timeline

The specific terms of each project stage as well as of the entire project

Cost estimate, payment schedule

What is the project’s budget, and how should it be paid

Assumptions

What is and isn’t included

Project Resources

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Describe the resources required for project completion.

The scope of resources

Identify the resources required for the project

Resource allocation

Match the proper resources to the proper assignments

Time frame

Plan the adequate amount of time for each resource

Working schedule

Schedule resources according to projected availability

Progress management

Keep track of the project’s progress

Unforeseen events

Be ready to make adjustments due to human factor or other unexpected occurrences

Post-project analysis

Compare projected resources and their allocation to the actual ones

Project Schedule

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Present the project schedule and list the project phases.

General Timeline

Create the overall project timeline with start dates, end dates, and key stages

Phases description

Outline the works that are necessary to attain the project deliverables at each phase

Tasks description

Determine the costs, resources, and dependencies related to each job

Responsibilities

Identify the team members accountable for each job

Project Timeline

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Compose a detailed project timeline.

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Plan

Assemble Recources

Working Plans

Subcontractor Selection

Helpdesk Content Plan

Test

Perfomance Validation

Test Complete

Monitoring

Phase Sync

Develop

Prototype

Alpha Build

Development Phase 1

Development Phase 2

V2 Development Begins

Launch

Blog Launch 07.03

WW Launch Event — 10.13

Website Live — 10.20

Press Release —08.04

Deliverables

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  • Product roadmap construction

  • Initial user interface wireframe

  • Customer journey map

  • User retention report

Set up all tangible and intangible outputs submitted within the project lifecycle.

An example of project deliverables

for the software team:

Success Criteria

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Establish expectations and requirements that a project must meet in the outcome.

COST

DELIVERABLES

BUSINESS GOALS

Comparison of the project's actual expenditure against the estimated budget.

Measuring the quality of the finished product based on the established deliverables.

Measuring the quality of the finished product based on the established deliverables.

TIMELINE

RESOURCE CAPACITY

STAKEHOLDER 
SATISFACTION

Whether the project completion occurs within the initially planned time frame.

Assessing the efficiency of resource allocation.

The level of stakeholder engagement 
 and satisfaction with the project accomplishments.

SCOPE

Evaluation of the project outcomes compared to the project scope.

Budget

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Report the total budget estimate for the project and a budget breakdown into the major categories.

Human resources

Salary rates of all workers involved in the project.

Material resources

All the items the project team might need to fulfill the job, such as software, equipment, or other materials.

Training fees

Workshops, training sessions, conferences, and more.

Research expenses

All kinds of studies or data that must support the project and maximize its value.

Professional services

Consultants, market researchers, legal advice, etc.

Contingency funds

Contingency reserves aim to increase flexibility and reduce the risks of budget overruns. They usually constitute 5-10% of the budget.

Project Management

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  • Project highlight one

  • Project highlight two

  • Project highlight three

  • Project highlight four

Provide an overview of the project methodology and point out project highlights. This helps to demonstrate your professional vision of the project and the way to its successful completion.

Summary

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1. Key statement one

2. Key statement two

3. Key statement three

4. Key statement four & etc.

List the key statements of the whole project presentation you wish your audience to memorize. Use this slide to reinforce the positive impression of your project and make an impactful statement in the end.

Thank you!

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Do not forget to thank your audience for their time and attention. Add your contact information if you plan to leave or send this presentation for further review.

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