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Project Planning

PROJECT MANAGEMENT 641 - ASSIGNMENT No. 2 (Value 40%) PROJECT CHARTER, SCOPE MANAGEMENT, PROJECT PLANNING Aim of Assignment: Create a Project Charter, Requirements Document & Work Break Down Structure Apply scope change management processes Demonstrate understanding of project planning through the analysis of a case study [Note: Topic Notes 4(Initiation), 5 (Project Planning) and 6 (Scope Management) provide the background to complete this assignment) PART I (68 marks) PROJECT...

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Project Planning-Human Capital

Project Planning – Human Capital Paper The use of communication to maintain effective teamwork is essential to the Action for Healthy Kids fund raiser. Team B has outlined key points in the fund raiser such as communication management, team selection, project revisions, and performance monitoring. Communication Management Communications Management is important to keep the project members updated on the progress of a project, for example the Action for Healthy Kids carwash fund raiser. A communication...

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PROJECT CONSTRUCTION PLANNING

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION PLANNING: CONSTRUCTION OF A CONCRETE BRIDGE Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u Overview PAGEREF _Toc364683901 \h 3Details PAGEREF _Toc364683902 \h 3Critical path analysis PAGEREF _Toc364683903 \h 5Planning assumptions PAGEREF _Toc364683904 \h 5Analysis PAGEREF _Toc364683905 \h 5Diagram analysis PAGEREF _Toc364683906 \h 5 Overview The aim of this task is to provide project management services for the construction of a concrete bridge for a motorway project. A list of...

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project Planning

Week 4 Hand in assignment Project planning is intended to structure a foundation for the execution and control phase of a project. When a project is properly planned out project success usually becomes imminent (Zwikael, 2009). Evidently, the importance of planning is illustrated in the article: “Benchmarking of project planning and success in selected industries” by (Zwikael & Globerson, 2006) as it indicates the evaluation of project planning quality across several different industries...

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Project Planning Process

After project initiation, begins the process of planning, with the end goal of achieving a successful, timely, and efficient completion of the project. Responsibilities, schedules, directions, and details for the team need to be laid out, and clear. The process of planning the project however needs a considerable care and attention. It is crucial that the project’s objectives be clearly tied to the overall mission, goals, and strategy of the organization, such as might be reflected in the project...

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Seven Steps to Project Planning

Seven Steps of Project Planning April Willochell Project Management Every project is an opportunity to produce something new, to make a real difference. You can introduce change, increase productivity, enhance capabilities of your company or of a client or build new relationships. Seven steps are essential to success in organizations that simultaneously manage multiple initiatives. Effectiveness begins with good pre-project planning plus an understanding of what a project is and what can be...

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Project Planning Case Study

reader to assess a project team and provide recommendations to strengthen the team’s identity. Assignment 4 1. Assume that you have the following decision-making options: 1) make the decision on your own with available information, 2) consult others before making a decision, 3) call a meeting and reach a consensus, seeking to arrive at a final decision everyone can agree on. Which approach would you use to make each of the following decisions and why? a. You are the project leader for Casino Night...

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Project Planning: Questions

1. The project manager must identify _________, determine their requirements, and then manage and influence those requirements to ensure a successful project. a. stakeholders c. team members b. end users d. functional managers ____ 2. The ____ focuses on different groups’ roles and responsibilities in order to meet the goals and policies set by top management. a. structural frame c. symbolic frame b. political frame d. human resources frame ____ 3. During project planning...

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Project Management

Question Paper: Define a project. What are the characteristics which help differentiate projects from other functions carried out in the daily operations of the organization? What is the role of the Project Manager? 3. Why is the implementation of projects important to strategic planning and the project manager? Strategic plans are implemented primarily through projects—e.g., a new product, a new information system, a new plant for a new product. The project manager is the key person...

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Project Planning in Teamwork

Project Planning in Teams March 22, 2007 Project planning in Teams To plan a project a team should have a goal and should work as one unit to achieve certain objectives. In project planning, team members should implement inventive ideas that would serve their goal in a resourceful way. Each individual on a team should take part in the planning process, because the diversity of team members and their different perspectives can create more than one approach to initiate a project. Project planning...

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