PRESENTATION AND REPORT ON PROJECT COVID 19 VACCINES - Risk in the Project

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Please prepare PPT and report background for the PROJECT COVID 19 VACCINES IN OMAN (construction Mall of Oman project ) as per the attached structure, you need to follow the structure and assessment matrix.

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MPM7001: PROJECT MANAGEMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE TEAM PRESENTATION: 30% OF THE MODULE OVERALL GRADE & MARK, ALL MUST ATTEND AND ALL MUST CONTRIBUTE PRESENTATION STRUCTURE: PLEASE ONLY FOLLOW THIS STRUCTURE THE PRESENTATION SHOULD BE BASE ON PROJECT COVID 19 VACCINES IN OMAN Slide No. 1: Project Covid 19 Vaccines In Oman Introduction Slide No. 2: Team Members Introduction Slide No. 3: Table of Content – Team Members and their contribution (which specific content) Slide No. 4: Risk in the Project – Identify the Risk in the Project Slide No. 5: Categories of Risk associated to the Project (Probability and Impact Analysis and Evaluation) Slide No. 6: Risk Management Process in the selected Project Slide No. 7: How Risk has been managed in the Project at Initiation Phase Slide No. 8: How Risk has been managed in the Project at Planning Phase Slide No. 9: How Risk has been managed in the Project at Execution Phase Slide No. 10: How Risk has been managed in the Project at Control & Monitoring phases Slide No. 11: What are the specific risk mitigation strategies of each risk identified at each phase in the Project (Initiation and Planning Phases) Slide No. 12: What are the specific risk mitigation strategies of each risk identified at each phase in the Project (Execution, Control and Monitoring Phases) Slide No. 13: Critical evaluation and Critical appraisal of the risk management processes of the Project Slide No. 14: How Risk should be managed differently in the Project Slide No. 15: Further meaningful Recommendation Slide No. 16: Putting Everything Together Slide No. 17: References used in this Presentation 1|Page MPM7001: PROJECT MANAGEMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE Note: This Presentation Component contributes 30% of the Module’s overall Mark/Grade PRES1: ASSESSMENT MATRIX SESSION 2020 -2021 STUDENT: Criteria Grade A Excellent/Outstanding Grade B Commendable Grade C Good/Highly Competent Grade D Satisfactory and/or Competent Grade E Borderline Fail/ Open to Compensation Grade F Fail Unsatisfactory Assessment of Risk Management Practices to enhancing risk management capability for the selected company and choice of project. 20% Excellent evidence of Assessment of Risk Management Practices to enhancing risk management capability for the selected company and choice of project. Excellent evidence of Assessment of the most effective risk management delivery approaches, what has worked well, what has not, rationales and decisions in terms of identifying the most effective risk management methodology for the choice of project context, settings and environment with clear cut examples. Very good evidence of Assessment of Risk Management Practices to enhancing risk management capability for the selected company and choice of project. Very good evidence of Assessment of the most effective risk management delivery approaches, what has worked well, what has not, rationales and decisions in terms of identifying the most effective risk management methodology for the choice of project context, settings and environment with clear cut examples. Good evidence of Assessment of Risk Management Practices to enhancing risk management capability for the selected company and choice of project. Good evidence of the Assessment of the most effective risk management delivery approaches, what has worked well, what has not, rationales and decisions in terms of identifying the most effective risk management methodology for the choice of project context, settings and environment with clear cut examples. Some evidence of Assessment of Risk Management Practices to enhancing risk management capability for the selected company and choice of project. Some evidence of the Assessment of the most effective risk management delivery approaches, what has worked well, what has not, rationales and decisions in terms of identifying the most effective risk management methodology for the choice of project context, settings and environment with clear cut examples. Limited evidence of Assessment of Risk Management Practices to enhancing risk management capability for the selected company and choice of project. Limited evidence of the Assessment of the most effective risk management delivery approaches, what has worked well, what has not, rationales and decisions in terms of identifying the most effective risk management methodology for the choice of project context, settings and environment with clear cut examples. No evidence of any Assessment of Risk Management Practices to enhancing risk management capability for the selected company and choice of project. No evidence of any Assessment of the most effective risk management delivery approaches, what has worked well, what has not, rationales and decisions in terms of identifying the most effective risk management methodology for the choice of project context, settings and environment with clear cut examples. Excellent in-depth evaluation and clear appraisal on when, where, and how to apply risk management approaches and practical processes, tools and techniques for organisations wanting to increase risk abled decision making and risk abled project. Very good in-depth evaluation and clear appraisal on when, where, and how to apply risk management approaches and practical processes, tools and techniques for organisations wanting to increase risk abled decision making and risk abled project. Good in-depth evaluation and clear appraisal on when, where, and how to apply risk management approaches and practical processes, tools and techniques for organisations wanting to increase risk abled decision making and risk abled project. Some in-depth evaluation and clear appraisal on when, where, and how to apply risk management approaches and practical processes, tools and techniques for organisations wanting to increase risk abled decision making and risk abled project. Limited evidence of in depth evaluation and clear appraisal on when, where, and how to apply risk management approaches and practical processes, tools and techniques for organisations wanting to increase risk abled decision making and risk abled project. No evidence of any in-depth evaluation and clear appraisal on when, where, and how to apply risk management approaches and practical processes, tools and techniques for organisations wanting to increase risk abled decision making and risk abled project. Assessment of the most effective risk management delivery approaches, what has worked well, what has not, rationales and decisions in terms of identifying the most effective risk management methodology for the choice of project context, settings and environment with clear cut examples. 10% In depth evaluation and clear appraisal on when, where, and how to apply risk management approaches and practical processes, tools and techniques for organisations wanting to increase risk abled decision making and risk abled project. 15% Understanding and evaluation of different types of risk management methods and offered clear strategies to tailor these methodologies according to the choice of project’s needs, context and environment. 15% Excellent Understanding and evaluation of different types of risk management methods and offered clear strategies to tailor these methodologies according to the choice of project’s needs, context and environment. Very sound Understanding and evaluation of different types of risk management methods and offered clear strategies to tailor these methodologies according to the choice of project’s needs, context and environment. Sound Understanding and evaluation of different types of risk management methods and offered clear strategies to tailor these methodologies according to the choice of project’s needs, context and environment. Some evidence of understanding and evaluation of different types of risk management methods and offered clear strategies to tailor these methodologies according to the choice of project’s needs, context and environment. Limited evidence of Understanding and evaluation of different types of risk management methods and offered clear strategies to tailor these methodologies according to the choice of project’s needs, context and environment. No evidence of any Understanding and evaluation of different types of risk management methods and offered clear strategies to tailor these methodologies according to the choice of project’s needs, context and environment. Understanding and offered in-depth assessment and appraisal of the relationship between different risk management methods and likelihood of project success, when to use these methods and at which phase of the project life cycle. 15% Excellent Understanding and offered in-depth assessment and appraisal of the relationship between different risk management methods and likelihood of project success, when to use these methods and at which phase of the project life cycle. Very good Understanding and offered in-depth assessment and appraisal of the relationship between different risk management methods and likelihood of project success, when to use these methods and at which phase of the project life cycle. Good Understanding and offered in-depth assessment and appraisal of the relationship between different risk management methods and likelihood of project success, when to use these methods and at which phase of the project life cycle. Some Understanding and offered in-depth assessment and appraisal of the relationship between different risk management methods and likelihood of project success, when to use these methods and at which phase of the project life cycle. Limited Understanding and offered in-depth assessment and appraisal of the relationship between different risk management methods and likelihood of project success, when to use these methods and at which phase of the project life cycle. No evidence of any Understanding and offered in-depth assessment and appraisal of the relationship between different risk management methods and likelihood of project success, when to use these methods and at which phase of the project life cycle. Undertake a critical appraisal of these different risk management methods life cycle, gaps, areas for further improvement and development. 15% Excellent evidence of undertaking a critical appraisal of these different risk management methods life cycle, gaps, areas for further improvement and development. Very good evidence of undertaking a critical appraisal of these different risk management methods life cycle, gaps, areas for further improvement and development. Good evidence of undertaking a critical appraisal of these different risk management methods life cycle, gaps, areas for further improvement and development. Some evidence of undertaking a critical appraisal of these different risk management methods life cycle, gaps, areas for further improvement and development. Limited evidence of undertaking a critical appraisal of these different risk management methods life cycle, gaps, areas for further improvement and development. No evidence of undertaking any critical appraisal of these different risk management methods life cycle, gaps, areas for further improvement and development. Presentation Structure, Coherence and Team Consistency, Audibility and Clarity. 5% Excellent evidence of visuals, narratives, discussions, analysis and evaluation including excellent team play, organisation and coordination Very thorough, with breadth and depth, highly relevant, up to date and consistently accurate Very good evidence of visuals, narratives, discussions, analysis and evaluation including very good team play, organisation and coordination Thorough with breadth and depth, relevant and up to date and mainly accurate Good evidence of visuals, narratives, discussions, analysis and evaluation including good team play, organisation and coordination Some evidence of visuals, narratives, discussions, analysis and evaluation including reasonable team play, organisation and coordination Limited evidence of visuals, narratives, discussions, analysis and evaluation including limited team play, organisation and coordination Robust but tends to focus on either breadth or depth. Inaccuracies Referencing/ research provided, lacks breadth and depth, inaccuracies and inconsistencies Limited referencing/research with a considerable number of errors No evidence of any visuals, narratives, discussions, analysis and evaluation including very weak and very poor team play, organisation and coordination Referencing/research entirely inaccurate or absent Referencing and Research 5% OVERALL MARKS PERCENTAGE/GRADE Personalised Feedback/Comments MPM7001: PROJECT MANAGEMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE Note: Presentation Component contributes 30% of the Module’s overall Mark/Grade PRES1: MARK SHEET SESSION 2020 - 2021 STUDENT NAME/NO.: Criteria Assessment of Risk Management Practices to enhancing risk management capability for the selected company and choice of project. 20% Assessment of the most effective risk management delivery approaches, what has worked well, what has not, rationales and decisions in terms of identifying the most effective risk management methodology for the choice of project context, settings and environment with clear cut examples. 10% In depth evaluation and clear appraisal on when, where, and how to apply risk management approaches and practical processes, tools and techniques for organisations wanting to increase risk abled decision making and risk abled project. 15% Understanding and evaluation of different types of risk management methods and offered clear strategies to tailor these methodologies according to the choice of project’s needs, context and environment. 15% Understanding and offered in-depth assessment and appraisal of the relationship between different risk management methods and likelihood of project success, when to use these methods and at which phase of the Mark Comments project life cycle. 15% Undertake a critical appraisal of these different risk management methods life cycle, gaps, areas for further improvement and development. 15% Presentation Structure, Coherence and Team Consistency, Audibility and Clarity. 5% Referencing and Research 5% Total 1st Marker: 2nd Marker: Date: Mall of Oman 1 Najwa - Initiation Phase & Mitigation Hanaa - Planning Phase & Mitigation Maryam - Executing Phase & mitigation Muna - Control and Monitoring Phase and mitigation Sabra – Introduction and Recommendation 2 Table of content 9 Mitigation Strategy- Planning 10 Managing Risk- Executing Phase 1 Project Title 11 Mitigation Strategy- Executing 2 Team Members 12 Managing Risk- Control and Monitoring 3 Table of Content 13 Mitigation Strategy- Control and Monitoring 4 Risk Identification and Categories 14 Evaluation and Appraisal 5 Risk Management Process 15 Managing Risk 6 Managing Risk- Initiation Phase 16 7 Mitigation Strategy- Initiation 17 Summary 8 Managing Risk- Planning Phase 18 References Recommendation 3 Risk Identification and Categories Financial Schedule Procurement Quality Stakeholder 4 Risk Management Process Stakeholders Schedule Suppliers Contractors 5 Managing Risk Initiation Phase Financial Stakeholders Procurement Quality 6 Mitigation Strategies U/K Financial K/K Stakeholders U/U • Future change in the project plan • Government not meet its Commitment K/U • Quality • Materials . equipments 7 Planning Phase Managing Risk Communication Contractors & Suppliers Advertisement Resources Time 8 U/K Financial ( tunnel ) K/K Number of outlets U/U Weather K/U Stakeholders Reaction (meet the respectation) 9 Managing Risk Executing Phase Financial Procurement Technology Quality 10 U/K K/K Financial ( suppliers ) • Technology (cooling system, cinema ) U/U Environment (no plan B) K/U Stakeholder Reaction ( communication, meetings, report ) 11 Managing Risk Control and Monitoring Phase Quality Management Stakeholders Schedule Management Financial Management 12 Mitigation Strategies U/K • Financial ( road bridge ) K/K Resources (supplies , report , documentation) U/U Schedule ( meetings, reports, documentation) K/U Quality ( equipment ) 13 Evaluation and Appraisal Lack of communication with government There wasn’t effective strategy to mitigate the risk Absence of corrective action plans to address risks issues uneffective assignment of accountability 14 Managing Risk 1.Risk Management team 2.KPI 3.Internal and External Auditors 4.Assign Expertise to lead the team 15 1. Assign Risk Team 2. Use International Standard to Improve the Quality 3. Improve Communication 16 Initiation Planning Execution Controlling Appraisal and Recommendation 17 1. Baccarini, D. & Archer, R. (2001), The risk ranking of projects: a methodology.International Journal of Project Management,19(3), 139-145. 2. Baloi, D. & Price, A. D. F. (2003), Modelling global risk factors affecting constructioncost performance.International Journal of Project Management,21(4), 261-269. 3. Barber, R. B. (2005), Understanding internally generated risks in projects.International Journal of Project Management,23(8), 584-590. 4. Del Cano, A. & De La Cruz, M. (2002), Integrated methodology for project riskmanagement.Journal of Construction Engineering and Management,128(6),473-485. 5. Flanagan, R. & Norman, G. (1993),Risk management and construction. Oxford:Blackwell Scientific Publications. 6. IEC 62198:2001 (2001),Project risk management – Application guidelines,International Standard. Genéve: IEC. 7. Kähkönen, K. (2001), Integration of risk and opportunity thinking in projects. 4thEuropean Project Management Conference, PMI Europe 2001. London, UK. 8. Leung, H.M., Chuah, K.B. & Rao Tummala, V.M. (1998), A knowledge-based systemfor identifying potential project risks.Omega,26, 623-638. 9.Li, B., Akintoye, A., Edwards, P. J. and Hardcastle, C. (2005), The allocation of risk inPPP/PFI construction projects in the UK. International Journal of ProjectManagement,23(1), 25-35. 10. Lyons, T. & Skitmore, M. (2004), Project risk management in the Queenslandengineering construction industry: a survey.International Journal of ProjectManagement,22(1), 51-61. 18 ...
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