assiment about Principles of Project Management

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make sure fallow all part of the assigment with good amount of details. I put all part of the assiment in the document and with question and exapmle on it. make sure do eveything all part of it.

Book Info if you need it: Gido, J. and Clements, J. Successful Project Management, 6 th Edition, Mason, Ohio: ThomsonSouth Cengage Learning. ISBN: 978-1285068374 Part 1 Project Topic Template Component Company Name and Business Type For example: service industry, research and development, manufacturing, etc. Description A description of the project. Goals/Deliverables The goals and expected deliverables of the project. The name of the Project Manager The person leading the project, along with their responsibility and authority. Budget (Cost constraints) If a budget cap is known at charter creation time. (Between $500,000 - $1,000,000) Requirements For example: A new car being created by the project must average 32 mpg and must comply with certain laws or regulations, etc. Assumptions For example: Five employees need to be hired to meet the deadline. Description Other constraints For example: One component is imported from outside of the US. • • • • Course Project Overview Throughout the course, you will complete a series of milestones for your course project. At the end of Week 13, these different milestones will be compiled into a final course project showcasing your learning. Starting in Week 2, you will create and manage a project. The management of your project will encompass a series of inputs and outputs. As you begin thinking about your project, the following parameters are required to be followed: You will create a fictitious company in your area of interest (i.e. healthcare, IT, retail) The company must have a minimum of 50 employees The company must have at least three departments The project range, for purposes of budget, is between $500,000 and $1,000,000 Part2 Week 3 Milestone 2 – Inputs for Project Charter In project management, it is imperative that the project manager is familiar with the strategic objectives of the organization. Information about the organization and the project is collected from various individuals and departments. For the purpose of this assignment, you will formulate the information needed to create your project. For Week 3 Milestone 2, you will develop the inputs needed to create the Project Charter: the Project Statement of Work (SOW), the Business Case, the Enterprise Environmental Factors, and the Organizational Process Assets. Part 1: Detail your Project Statement of Work (SOW) below to include: Business Need Product Scope Description Strategic Plan Part 2: The business case provides the justification for starting a project. It describes the benefits, costs and financial impact(s) of the project. You should explain why the outcome of the project is beneficial for the organization. 1. Business Case Part 3: Enterprise environmental factors refer to both internal and external factors that surround or influence a project’s success. Enterprise environmental factors may enhance or constrain project management options and may have a positive or negative influence on the outcome. 1. 2. 3. Below, describe how enterprise environmental factors can affect your project. 1. Enterprise environmental factors Part 4: Organizations come with a wealth of information and records from which to draw. Below, think about what organizational assets you can include as part of your project. 1. Organizational assets Part3 Week 4 Milestone 3 Part 1 and 2 Week 4 Milestone 3 Part 1– Project Scope Statement Continuing with the management of your project, complete the components of the Project Scope Statement below: Component Project Scope Description: Example: work performed Acceptance Criteria: Example: Requirements that need to be met prior to acceptance Deliverables: Example: What will be produced Project Exclusions If applicable, describe what is excluded from the project. Assumptions: Example: factored in to the planning process Description Constraints: Example: limiting factors impacting your project Week 4 Milestone 3 Part 2– Creating WBS and RACI Chart Using the template below, you will create a WBS for your project. You will need to divide your project into major components and then further divide those components into subcomponents. Create a sample WBS for your project using the template: RACI Chart Here is a sample RACI chart: RACI Chart Person (Role or Function) Project Manager Activity Create charter Collect requirements Project Sponsor Engineer Testing Coordinator Legal R A C C C A C R C C A I R C C C I A R R = Responsible A = Accountable C = Consult I = Inform I Submit change request Develop test plan Complete the following RACI chart with names of your project team members and their levels of responsibility: RACI Chart Person (Role or Function) Activity R = Responsible A = Accountable C = Consult I = Inform Continuing with the management of your project, for milestone 3 Part 1 and 2, you will be complete the components of the Project Scope Statement, WBS, and RACI Chart that are attached. Part4 Week 7 Milestone 4 – Plan Cost Management Select one cost estimating technique and one cost estimating tool you will use to estimate for the cost for your project. Provide your rationale for these selections and how you will use them. Part5 Week 9 Milestone 5 – Risk Register In considering your project, create a list of three possible risks. Complete the chart below to describe the risks, the probability of them occurring, the impact of the risks and what your mitigation should be. # Risk Description Probability (L/M/H) Impact (L/M/H) Mitigation Owner 1 2 3 L=Low, M=Medium, H=High Part6 Week 10 Milestone 6 - Closing the Project Review the list of typical activities that a project manager needs to complete before closing out the project. Consider which activities you will include for your project and provide rationale for your justification. You are planning a meeting to identify, document and analyze the lessons learned from this project. Provide detailed responses to the following questions: 1. What is the importance of focusing on lessons learned in the closing process? 2. Who will be invited to this meeting? 3. Which topics will you bring up in the meeting? 4. What do you think worked well, or didn’t work well for this project? 5. Where will you store the outcome of this meeting? As a reminder, these milestones will continue throughout the course and will be introduced as we progress. These milestones are not to be submitted during the week they are introduced, but rather compiled and submitted as a final course project at the end of Week 13.

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