Describe the different levels and types of resources required for producing each deliverable described in the assignment summary.
The three levels of management required to produce each of the deliverables described are low-level management, middle-level management, and top-level management. Top-level managers are responsible for controlling and overseeing the entire organization and its operations. Middle-level managers are responsible for executing organizational plans, project management and communicating up and down the chain, and also complying with the company's policies. These managers act at an intermediary or mediator between top-level management and low-level management. Low-level managers focus on controlling and directing production and efficiency. They serve as role models for the employees they supervise.
Push communications/No engagement/No participation
Successful delivery of parts on order and on time by using new ERP
Sign off key decisions and phases/stages via existing channels Change Manager
Partner in the development of new ERP and enhance communications Project Manager
Maintain ability to continue business as usual and what potential impact on existing contracts
Provide regular updates and express concerns Testing Team
Compliance with regulations and requirements
Ensure project follows proper procedures. Call Centre Agents
No influence on software changes could affect end product resulting in failure or replacement
Satisfy customers requests and orders via enhanced SCM along with improved ERP
No action required
Explain how the data collected in the Project Stakeholders table could assist the project management team...
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