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University of Stellenbosch
3 DAY PROGRAMME IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT (2013)
Date of submission: 18 June 2013
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Name: Patricia-Ann Heneke
|Specific outcomes: |% |Assessment criteria: |Learning outcomes| | | | |tested | |1. Initiating a project (15%) | |1.1 Business case for organization or |3% |Business case is defined and explained. |1.1, 1.2 | |individual | | | | |1 2 Project brief |3% |The requirements of the customer/sponsor are clear with respect |2.1, 2.2 | | | |to the project parameters of performance, time and cost. | | |1.4 Goal and objectives statement |3% |Goal statement represents the requirements of the customer as |2.1, 2.2 | | | |well as the parameters of the project. | | |1.5 Stakeholder engagement |6% |List of all the internal and external stakeholders; stakeholders|2.3 | | | |classified according to whether they have a perceived influence | | | | |on the project, or being influenced by the project as well as | | | | |whether they are in favour of the project or against the | | | | |project; or being marginals or fence sitters. All relevant | | | | |action required towards categories of stakeholders to be | | | | |included in the project’s inclusions (see 2.5). | | |2. Planning a project (65%) (Formal project plan) | |2.1 Determine the components |2% |List main components into which the selected project is broken |2.1 | | | |down. | | |2.2 Verify inclusions, exclusions and |10% |For each main component: all inclusions/deliverables are |2.1, | |assumptions | |listed; all exclusions are listed; all assumptions are | | | | |identified and validated and...
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