Project Organization Chart.docx
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Phase2IP Project Mgt..mpp
Phase 1_Initializing_A_Project (2).doc
This is a project that has a part added on to it every week
and this is part 4. I’ve attached all work from week 1, 2 and 3.
The learner's project plan may be large and complex. The
purpose of the project plan is to meet the needs of the organization by
accomplishing the task. Some organizations use the phrase, “setting the
objectives,” while others may say, “defining the scope of the project."
Your Key Assignment includes using the parts of project management planning
from Weeks 1–3 and applying them to the following scenario.
You are the project manager for the project that you
selected and identified in the prior assignments. In constructing a work
breakdown structure (WBS) in Phase 2 IP, you identified the deliverables, and
you also identified the activities and their durations necessary to produce
those deliverables. In Phase 3, you identified the skill sets necessary to do
the work of the activities. Using your Microsoft Project software, enter your
deliverables and the activities necessary to create those deliverables. Indent
your activities under the deliverables so the deliverables appear as summary
tasks. Enter the durations of the activities, and use predecessor relationships
to sequence your activities.
Enter your resources that have the necessary skill sets in
Microsoft Project, and then assign your resources to the activities to produce
the cost estimates.
Your Microsoft Project software should include the
to complete deliverables
task durations based on available resources
start dates (Use Predecessor relationships to sequence tasks)
completion dates (Use Predecessor relationships to sequence tasks)
milestones (Use Predecessor relationships to sequence tasks)
or department(s) assigned to complete the work of tasks to produce deliverables
(use the Resource Sheet view to list resources, and then use Assign Resources
tool in the Gantt chart view to assign resources to tasks)
project completion date based on use of Predecessor relationships to sequence
Add the organizational chart that you developed.
Apply the project management concepts discussed in Weeks 1–3
to this project. This information will also be used in next week’s individual
project to identify some of the most challenging parts of project management.