A Project Charter is defined as a short, formal document that contains the objective statement of a project and its execution. This document will describe in detail, the key goals of a project, the roles of team members and their responsibilities, the key stakeholders of the project, and their interests.
It is actually a formally issued document by the project initiator or an investor that formally authorizes the existence of a project and empowers the project manager to invest in organizational resources for project activities.
A good project charter should include:
Also, See: Project Management Professional
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