Project Planning TemplatesBSBPMG522A Undertake project work
Max Lionel realty
Max Lionel realty (MLR), in order to build customer good will and satisfy its legal and ethical obligations, has decided to implement a program to: Inform agent of legal and ethical obligations ( particularly with respect to WHS and anti-discrimination legislation) and any standards or codes of conduct followed by the organization Promote high standards in professional conduct ( see Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) codes of conduct and relevant legislation) Inform clients, tenants and potential tenants of MLR’s commitments Achieve employee and client buy-in for initiative.
Background and strategic context
Max Lionel Realty (MLR) use Agents, Clients and tenants as a key strategy plans to do a project. Agents: work as middlemen between vendors and buyers. These individuals find employment in myriad industries for large and small businesses, depending on their area of specialization. Agents work in countries throughout the world and may seek work from a number of employers simultaneously if their field of specialization provides the opportunity to do so. These expert purchasers and vendors provide a valuable service to their clients. Clients: the customer who needs more information with the products that they wish to know before they offer wanted. They need Agents who can do and give the detail for them to be more comfortable such as fill up information detail and address, delivery, responsible the product quality and also promise of warranty of their products. Tenants: a person or organization that uses a building or land and pays rent to its owner. In order, it needs agent supports and advertising for the customer who looking the property or rent. In these three key strategy plans are circling between Agents, Clients and Tenants that make the project successful in currency and in the future. Priority:
Project client/ owner:
Erwan TjanProjects manager:
Vouch Leng LAY
Max is responsible for working with the Board of Directors to oversee the business, set overall strategic directions, manage risk and authorize large financial transaction. Six to eight team members (two to four candidates plus four virtual team members) who must be utilized and budgeted for. Operation General Manager (the assessor) will determine Composition of project team. The structure of the work should include roles for project sponsor, technical experts, quality assurance of deliverables, project manager (yourself initially and, after provisional approval, as negotiated with your team), and roles and responsibilities for each team member to achieve the deliverables according to standards, ets. All reasonable resources (e.g. access to a room, computers, software and templates) will be provided. Paper and telecommunications costs, for example, to be covered by candidates. All resources must be cost and included in your budget. Budget: $15,000.
Your Operation General Manager (the assessor) will suggest project deliverables, for example, presentations, information sessions, posters, promotional materials, etc. You may determine your own specific deliverables so long as they are agreed to with stakeholders, meet project objectives, and adhere to budgetary constraints. Project timeframe to be determined by Operations General Manager (the assessor as project sponsor). Projects should include design, development, implementation and evaluation stages (with periodic quality review). Projects status reports are due at 25%, 50% and 75% of allotted timeframe. Project must be coordinated with other organizational projects, operation, etc. Special Provisions:
Procurements policy and procedures
Work Health and Safety (WHS) Policy
Project approvals Add any signatures that are required for approval to proceed to...
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