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Achieving Project Goals Simulation
Lisa Marion
University of Phoenix

Project Management
Mark Vertin
January 7, 2009

Achieving Project Goals Simulation
The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) contains the different activities within a project. Every activity necessitates outputs from several experts following different measures and timelines. The total of these activities represent the end deliverable. In order to control the task effectively the project supervisor must track the logical order of the various parts. He must visualize the final project deliverable. Views regarding project management, benefits and restrictions, bottlenecks, changes to risk or time in a crisis, and four points touched. History

The Huduma Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). The foundation is devoted to rescuing and rehabilitating untamed animals in the national parks of Kandivar. Random poaching created an imbalance of wild animals in specific national parks in the country. Animal Rights Activist formed the Hunduma Foundation five years ago in the state of Ungoba. The organization believes that they can stop the disproportion of animals with planned methods. The Huduma Foundation has defined the project scope and deliverables of Operation Elephants’ Ark. The operation consists of the relocation of elephants from Zakinaka National Park to Ungoba National Park. The information is then delivered to the Executive Director of Ungoba National Park. The major task prior to starting the project is to identify the order of activities in the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) of the project. The sequence of activities is to: • Locate the herd of elephants, tranquillize them, and wet them down. • Attach GPS tracking collars, conduct a medical exam, and strap them. • Lift them, load elephants onto the recovery truck, and administer sedatives. • Back the...
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