Project roadmaps provide a strategic overview of the major elements and organize the whole project. The main purpose it’s to plan all the elements and steps of the project. The project’s roadmaps should include program individual fragments, objectives, deliverables, resources, and planned timeline. All information included in these project it’s a great way to find a starting point when creating project schedules. Project managers can use roadmaps both to communicate a project’s strategic objectives to stakeholders and as an ongoing reference guide to keep them on track with their project’s progress to other teams, such as the executive staff, investors, the marketing and sales departments, etc. It also allows you to control whether work does not go beyond the planned scope of the entire project. That way stakeholders can make decisions at the right time to keep a project on track. At the same time, stakeholders stay focused on the roadmap without worrying about the day-to-day project activities. It also allows you to control whether work does not go beyond the planned scope of the entire project.