Report Outline: Project Management

  • The following outline is intended as a guide only
  • See Understanding The Report Structure for more information
  • You will need to submit a report (research) proposal, which forms most of chapter one
  • Remember there are two parts:
    • The report which and the deliverable
    • The deliverable in this case is the application of the selected project management framework

Research Title


Chapter One – Introduction

Chapter Two – Literature Review

Chapter Three – Research Methods

  • International Standards and Best Practices
    • What national and international standards do you need to follow (ISOs)
    • Consider legal requirements if you have not covered them in your literature review

Chapter Four – Implementation

Apply your management framework

  • Initiation
  • Planning or design
  • Production or execution
  • Monitoring and controlling
  • Closing

Chapter Five – Critical Evaluation

  • Identify strength and weakness in your research in-relation to the results
  • Discuss your result in relation to your requirements or problem (fit for purpose)
  • Link your results to theories and practices in your literature review
  • Link your result back to your aims, objectives and deliverables

Chapter Six – Recommendations & Conclusions

Chapter Seven – Future\ Further Research

Chapter Eight – Critical Reflection

Chapter Nine – References

Report Outline: Project Management
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