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The main objectives of the iteration plan is to provide the team with one central place for information regarding
iteration objectives, detailed plan with task assignments, and evaluation results. This artifcat also helps the team to
monitor the progress of the iteration.
The task assignments for an iteration is a subset of all tasks on the &lt;a class=&quot;elementLinkWithType&quot; href=&quot;./../../openup_basic/workproducts/work_items_list,_rGNWsCbSEdqh1LYUOGRh2A.html&quot; guid=&quot;_rGNWsCbSEdqh1LYUOGRh2A&quot;&gt;Artifact: Work Items List&lt;/a&gt;, therefore the iteration plan ideally references those
work items.
Communicate the objectives, task assignment, and evaluation criteria for a given iteration.
The level of detail/formality of the plan must be adapted to what you need to successfully meet these objectives.The
plan could, for example, be captured
on a whiteboard listing the objectives, task assignments and evaluation criteria,
a 1-page document listing the objectives and evaluation criteria of the iteration, as well as referencing the
Work Items List for assignments for that iteration,
a more complex document, supported by a Gantt or Pert chart in a project planning tool.