Project Management Essentials
Table of Contents
Project management approach
Schedule baseline and work breakdown structure
Change management plan
J. Smith & Associates have recently requested that Southwest Information Technology Group (SITG) submit the below proposal to outfit their new Division office building in Scottsdale, Arizona with the latest networking and information technology. This new office will serve as a regional headquarters for Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico and California and will need to connect with remote satellite offices throughout the region as well as all other division offices, to include the headquarters in Springfield, Missouri. This project will result in the successful networking of over 500 office spaces in a three year old, three-story building. Project Management Approach
The Project Manager (PM), Tera Womack, has the overall authority and responsibility for managing and executing this project according to this Project Plan. The project team will consist of personnel from the installation group, quality control/assurance group, and testing group. The PM will work with all resources to perform project planning. All project and subsidiary management plans will be reviewed and approved by the project sponsor. All funding decisions and will also be approved by the project sponsor, J. Smith & Associates. Any delegation of approval authority to the project manager should be done in writing and be signed by both the project sponsor and the PM. The project team will be a structured in that team members from each organization continue to report to their organizational management throughout the duration of the project. The PM is responsible for communicating with organizational managers on the progress and performance of each project resource....
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