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Implementation planning

Implementation planning is simply planning the detail of 'who does what and when' for any situation where action is required.

An Implementation Plan typically takes the form of a simple Gantt Chart and for simple activities may well fit onto one page.

They are typically used when an action item from a meeting leads to action that is more than a single task and less that a large-scale project. Strategies in Ten Step Planning end up in Implementation Plans when they are broken down into the lower-level tactics. 

See also:

Project Management, Gantt Chart, Work Breakdown Structure

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