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B. Stakeholder Engagement Plan

[Complete the stakeholder engagement plan by
1) Identifying the people, group, or department that could impact or be impacted by the project, and their role in the project; and categorize them as primary (i.e., those that are directly impacted), secondary (i.e., those that are indirectly impacted), or key stakeholders (i.e., those that have high influence or high interest in the project.
2) Analyzing the stakeholders based on their level of influence & interest and determine what are their needs and key interests.
3) Strategizing how to engage with stakeholders based on the stakeholder analysis & the prescribed engagement strategy table below. The strategy owner could the project manager, program manager, internal project sponsor, the Project Management Office, or any team member suitable for the job.
4) Use the prescribed engagement strategies described below to help you select the engagement strategy and the strategic approach .
5) Identify 3 more stakeholders in addition to the 12 stakeholders listed in the Getta Byte project Week 2 video and complete the rest of the matrix.]
Stakeholder Engagement Plan: Stakeholder Register
Project Name: Project Manager: Date:
Stakeholder Identification Stakeholder Analysis Engagement Strategy
Stakeholder Role Category Influence
(H / L)
Interest
(H / L)
Key Interests
& Needs
Strategy Strategic Approach Strategy Owner Engagement Frequency & Method
Haywood U. Buzzoff CEO Key High High Project deadline & company savings. Needs weekly updates. MANAGE Keep them involved in decisions.
Meet face to face.
PM Weekly Meetings
Instructions For Completing This Document
Stakeholder: Identify the people, group, or department that could impact or be impacted by the project, and their role in the project
Stakeholder’s Role: Enter the stakeholder’s role in the project.
Category: categorize stakeholders as primary (i.e., those that are directly impacted), secondary (i.e., those that are indirectly impacted), or key stakeholders (i.e., those that have high influence or high interest in the project. )
Influence: Enter the stakeholder’s level of influence in the project. (Select high or low.)
Interest: Analyzing the stakeholders based on their level of influence & interest. (Select high or low.)
Key Interest: This information will required meeting with the stakeholder or a SME that is familiar with the stakeholder’s need. For this assignment be creative
Engagement Strategy: Based on the stakeholders’ Influence & Interest level select the “Prescribed Engagment Strategy” as presented in the table below
Strategic Approach: Enter a “Strategic Approach or Action Plan” based on the the “Prescribed Engagment Strategy” as presented in the table below
Strategy Owner: The strategy owner could the project manager, program manager, internal project sponsor, the Project Management Office, or any team member suitable for the job.
Engagement Frequency & Method: Frequency Ex: Daily, Weekly, Monthly; Method: Ex: Face to Face, Meetings, Text, Webex, Phone Call, Etc.
PRESCRIBED ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY
Influence Interest Strategy Strategic Approach or Plan of Action
High High MANAGE * Manage closely by keeping them involved in project decission.
* Engage them on regular basis
* Work to maintain relationship.
High Low SATISFY * Keep satisfied by meeting their needs
* Meet in person: Engage and consult
* Work to increase their low interest level
Low High INFORM * Make use of their high interest through involvement.
* Consult on their area of interest; their high interest makes them a supporter/ambassador.
Low Low MONITOR * Monitor communication for changes in influene and interest.
* Keep them updated
Note 1 : When stakeholders have a mediun influence and or mediun interest, use a mix strategy approach.
Note 2: The strategic engagement approach should also consider the individual stakeholders’ needs and interest in the project

C. Communications Mgmt. Plan

COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT PLAN
Project Name:
Project Manager Name:
Project Description:
ID Communicaton
Vehicle
Target
Audience
Description/Purpose Frequency Sender Distribution
Vehicle
Internal /
External?
Comments
0 Weekly status meeting Project Team Project status updates Weekly Project Manager Meeting Internal Only Full Team meeting we will invite stakeholders when necessary.
0
Column Instructions For Completing This Document
Complete the Project Name, NC, Project Manager Name, and Project Description fields
For each identified communication, complete the following.
A ID: A unique ID number is used to identify the communication within the communication matrix.
B Communication Vehicle: This column should be populated with a description of the type of communication that will be conducted.
C Target Audience: This field should be populated with a description of the target audience for this communication vehicle.
D Description/Purpose: This field should be populated with a description of the purpose of the communication.
E Frequency: This field should be populated with the frequency of which the communication will be distributed.
F Owner: This field should be populated with the name of the owner of the communication.
G Distribution Vehicle: This field should be populated with the type of distribution vehicle that will be used to disseminate the communication.
H Internal/External: This field should indicate if the communication is for internal, external, or both internal and external distribution.
I Comments: This column should be populated with any additional comments.

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HOLIDAYS
Year 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Date Name Type Date Type Date Name Type Details Date Name Type Details Date Name Type Details
1-Jan Friday New Year’s Day Federal Holiday 1-Jan Saturday Federal Holiday 1-Jan Sunday New Year’s Day Federal Holiday 1-Jan Monday New Year’s Day Federal Holiday 1-Jan Wednesday New Year’s Day Federal Holiday
18-Jan Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day Federal Holiday 17-Jan Monday Federal Holiday 2-Jan Monday Day off for New Year’s Day Federal Holiday 15-Jan Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day Federal Holiday 20-Jan Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day Federal Holiday
20-Jan Wednesday Inauguration Day Federal Holiday 21-Feb Monday Federal Holiday 16-Jan Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day Federal Holiday 19-Feb Monday Presidents’ Day Federal Holiday 20-Jan Monday Inauguration Day Federal Holiday DC, MD*, VA*
15-Feb Monday Presidents’ Day Federal Holiday 30-May Monday Federal Holiday 20-Feb Monday Presidents’ Day Federal Holiday 27-May Monday Memorial Day Federal Holiday 17-Feb Monday Presidents’ Day Federal Holiday
31-May Monday Memorial Day Federal Holiday 19-Jun Sunday Federal Holiday 29-May Monday Memorial Day Federal Holiday 19-Jun Wednesday Juneteenth Federal Holiday 26-May Monday Memorial Day Federal Holiday
18-Jun Friday Day off for Juneteenth Federal Holiday 20-Jun Monday Federal Holiday 19-Jun Monday Juneteenth Federal Holiday 4-Jul Thursday Independence Day Federal Holiday 19-Jun Thursday Juneteenth Federal Holiday
19-Jun Saturday Juneteenth Federal Holiday 4-Jul Monday Federal Holiday 4-Jul Tuesday Independence Day Federal Holiday 2-Sep Monday Labor Day Federal Holiday 4-Jul Friday Independence Day Federal Holiday
4-Jul Sunday Independence Day Federal Holiday 5-Sep Monday Federal Holiday 4-Sep Monday Labor Day Federal Holiday 14-Oct Monday Columbus Day Federal Holiday 1-Sep Monday Labor Day Federal Holiday
5-Jul Monday Day off for Independence Day Federal Holiday 10-Oct Monday Federal Holiday 9-Oct Monday Columbus Day Federal Holiday 11-Nov Monday Veterans Day Federal Holiday 13-Oct Monday Columbus Day Federal Holiday
6-Sep Monday Labor Day Federal Holiday 11-Nov Friday Federal Holiday 10-Nov Friday Day off for Veterans Day Federal Holiday 28-Nov Thursday Thanksgiving Day Federal Holiday 11-Nov Tuesday Veterans Day Federal Holiday
11-Oct Monday Columbus Day Federal Holiday 24-Nov Thursday Federal Holiday 11-Nov Saturday Veterans Day Federal Holiday 25-Dec Wednesday Christmas Day Federal Holiday 27-Nov Thursday Thanksgiving Day Federal Holiday
11-Nov Thursday Veterans Day Federal Holiday 25-Dec Sunday Federal Holiday 23-Nov Thursday Thanksgiving Day Federal Holiday 25-Dec Thursday Christmas Day Federal Holiday
25-Nov Thursday Thanksgiving Day Federal Holiday 26-Dec Monday Federal Holiday 25-Dec Monday Christmas Day Federal Holiday
24-Dec Friday Day off for Christmas Day Federal Holiday
25-Dec Saturday Christmas Day Federal Holiday
31-Dec Friday Day off for New Year’s Day Federal Holiday
HOLIDAYS
2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
1-Jan 1-Jan 1-Jan 1-Jan 1-Jan
18-Jan 17-Jan 2-Jan 15-Jan 20-Jan
20-Jan 21-Feb 16-Jan 19-Feb 20-Jan
15-Feb 30-May 20-Feb 27-May 17-Feb
31-May 19-Jun 29-May 19-Jun 26-May
18-Jun 20-Jun 19-Jun 4-Jul 19-Jun
19-Jun 4-Jul 4-Jul 2-Sep 4-Jul
4-Jul 5-Sep 4-Sep 14-Oct 1-Sep
5-Jul 10-Oct 9-Oct 11-Nov 13-Oct
6-Sep 11-Nov 10-Nov 28-Nov 11-Nov
11-Oct 24-Nov 11-Nov 25-Dec 27-Nov
11-Nov 25-Dec 23-Nov 25-Dec
25-Nov 26-Dec 25-Dec
24-Dec
25-Dec
31-Dec

E. GANTT CHART

PROJECT TITLE: COMPANY NAME
Project Manager: Student’s Name Jane Doe ENTER ONLY INFORMATION IN THE YELLOW CELLS!
Project Start: Mon, 3-Jan-22 Project start date is the same as your course start date
Today: Mon, 3-Jan-22
Display Week: 1 Jan 3, 2022 Jan 10, 2022 Jan 17, 2022 Jan 24, 2022 Jan 31, 2022 Feb 7, 2022 Feb 14, 2022 Feb 21, 2022 Feb 28, 2022 Mar 7, 2022 Mar 14, 2022 Mar 21, 2022 Mar 28, 2022 Apr 4, 2022 Apr 11, 2022 Apr 18, 2022 Apr 25, 2022 May 2, 2022 May 9, 2022 May 16, 2022 May 23, 2022 May 30, 2022 Jun 6, 2022
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
WBS TASKS PROGRESS START END Task Duration Total Hours DAYS
Vertex42.com Templates: DAYS:
This column calculates the duration of the task in calendar days. The duration includes both the Start and End dates.
M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S M T W T F S S
1 Project Title Mon, 3-Jan-22 Thu, 12, May,22 92 736 130
M:
Task 1 0% Mon, 3-Jan-22 Fri, 7, Jan,22 5 40 5
Task 2 0% Mon, 10-Jan-22 Wed, 12, Jan,22 3 24 3
Task 3 0% Thu, 13-Jan-22 Tue, 18, Jan,22 3 24 6
Task 4 0% Wed, 19-Jan-22 Fri, 21, Jan,22 3 24 3
Task 5 0% Mon, 24-Jan-22 Wed, 26, Jan,22 3 24 3
Task 6 0% Thu, 27-Jan-22 Mon, 31, Jan,22 3 24 5
Task 7 0% Tue, 1-Feb-22 Thu, 3, Feb,22 3 24 3
Task 8 0% Fri, 4-Feb-22 Tue, 8, Feb,22 3 24 5
Task 9 0% Wed, 9-Feb-22 Fri, 11, Feb,22 3 24 3
Task 10 0% Mon, 14-Feb-22 Wed, 16, Feb,22 3 24 3
Task 11 0% Thu, 17-Feb-22 Tue, 22, Feb,22 3 24 6
Task 12 0% Wed, 23-Feb-22 Fri, 25, Feb,22 3 24 3
Task 13 0% Mon, 28-Feb-22 Wed, 2, Mar,22 3 24 3
Task 14 0% Thu, 3-Mar-22 Mon, 7, Mar,22 3 24 5
Task 15 0% Tue, 8-Mar-22 Thu, 10, Mar,22 3 24 3
Task 16 0% Fri, 11-Mar-22 Tue, 15, Mar,22 3 24 5
Task 17 0% Wed, 16-Mar-22 Fri, 18, Mar,22 3 24 3
Task 18 0% Mon, 21-Mar-22 Wed, 23, Mar,22 3 24 3
Task 19 0% Thu, 24-Mar-22 Mon, 28, Mar,22 3 24 5
Task 20 0% Tue, 29-Mar-22 Thu, 31, Mar,22 3 24 3
Task 21 0% Fri, 1-Apr-22 Tue, 5, Apr,22 3 24 5
Task 22 0% Wed, 6-Apr-22 Fri, 8, Apr,22 3 24 3
Task 23 0% Mon, 11-Apr-22 Wed, 13, Apr,22 3 24 3
Task 24 0% Thu, 14-Apr-22 Mon, 18, Apr,22 3 24 5
Task 25 0% Tue, 19-Apr-22 Thu, 21, Apr,22 3 24 3
Task 26 0% Fri, 22-Apr-22 Tue, 26, Apr,22 3 24 5
Task 27 0% Wed, 27-Apr-22 Fri, 29, Apr,22 3 24 3
Task 28 0% Mon, 2-May-22 Wed, 4, May,22 3 24 3
Task 29 0% Thu, 5-May-22 Mon, 9, May,22 3 24
Task 30 0% Tue, 10-May-22 Thu, 12, May,22 3 24
Total (days & hrs) 92 736
Sat, 13, Jan,18
FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW
HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT TO CREATE YOUR PROJECT GANTT CHART
The user only needs to enter values in those cells colored yellow to create the Gantt Chart
1) Enter a valid Project Start date. Valid dates are between 1-Jan-21 to 31-Dec-25. To use other dates, change or remove the cell data validation
feature. For Project Start date, use the start date of the current session.
2) Today ‘s date will activate a red line maker marker,||, on the calendar. You could enter the date manually or enter the Excel funtion =Today()
3) The Display Week number will show the week at the beginning of the calendar display, always starting on Monday.
4) TASKS (column D): Enter the names of the Tasks for the project. The template was created for a project with 30 tasks. Delete Task ROWS as needed
5) Task Duration column: Enter the duration for each task in days.
6) Pink columns indicate weekend days Sat. and Sunday. These dates are blocked for work.
7) Dark Orange Cells are Holidays. These dates are blocked for work.
8) Light orange cells represent the number of days in the “Task Durantion” Column. Ex: If a task duration = 3, them 3 orange cells will be displayed to represent
each day & the Total Hours will be calculated automatically.
9) If your project is divided in Milestones, you could group the tasks under a milestoned by hilighting the rows with different colors.
10) Row 10 has been formatted to help you adding Milestones titles to your project, by copying the ROW 10 and INSERTING IT as needed.
NOTE: COPY ROW 10 EVERYTIME BEFORE INSERTING IT TO DENOTE A DIFFERENT MILESTONE GROUP.
11) Enter Milestone name under task column.
12) Calculate the START * END dates for each milestones using the Min and Max function. See as example cell G8 and H8
13) Complete the WBS index column. The WBS index numbers for the project can be found on the WBS for the Getta Byte project presented in week 4 Canvas Lesson.
14) Print Page 1 in PDF, take an snip of it and paste in the Word Document template.
NOTE: WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DELETE A TASK X? The formulas in the start and end cells will not work. In that case, the student will need to enter Start and End dates manually.

F. RESOURCES & BUDGET

Project Resources Allocation & Budgeting
[Note: Some of the Getta Byte Project information has been entered using black font for demonstration purposes. Information entered in blue must be revised according to your assignment. Please watch the video in the Week 5 Canvas lesson related to your project. Read the instruction on “HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT TO CALCULATE THE PROJECT BUDGET” for more information. ] PROJECT TEAM ASSIGNMENTS TO TASK
Methodology Table 4 a. TEAM ASSIGNMENTS Table 4 b. TASK DURATIONS
1 Determine the manpower/skills and resource requirements needed for the project ( i.e., Work , Materials, Fixed Cost) A B C D E WBS TASK NAME Task Duration (Days) Task (Hrs)
2 Determine the Team Skills/capabilities to do the work 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.1 T1: Gather user requirements 5 40
3 Determine the skill gaps and decide whether to oursource or adding more team member with the skills still needed 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.2 T2: Gather customer requirements 5 40
a cost-benefit and risk analysis on oursoucing vs. inhouse. 1 1 1 1 1 1.2.1 T3: 3 24
4 Allocate resources to tasks (to create a resource schedule) and calculate budget requirements 1 1 1 1 1 1.2.2 T4: 3 24
0 0 1 1 1 1.2.3 T5: 3 24
0 0 0 0 1 1.3.1 T6 3 24
Project Resources Allocation & Budgeting 0 0 0 0 1 1.3.2 T7 3 24
0 0 0 0 1 1.3.3 T8 3 24
Table 1. RESOURCE TYPE: WORK 0 0 0 0 1 1.3.4 T9 3 24
Skills Required for project Qty. Resource Name AVAL. % Hr. Rate Assigned Tasks Hrs. Required Estimated Work Cost 0 0 0 0 1 1.4.1 T10 3 24
A Project Manager 1 IMMA PAYNE 100% $4 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.2.1, 1.2.2,1.2.3, 1.5.1, 1.5.2, 1.5.3, 1.6.1 224 $ 896 0 0 0 0 1 1.4.2 T11 3 24
B Developer 1 1 Enter name 100% $4 1.x.x, 1.x.x., … 200 $ 800 0 0 0 0 1 1.4.3 T12 3 24
C Developer 2 1 Enter name 100% $4 1.x.x, 1.x.x., … 224 $ 896 1 0 0 0 1 1.5.1 T13: Develop Training modules 3 24
D Data Architect 1 Enter name 100% $5 1.x.x, 1.x.x., … 224 $ 1,120 1 1 1 1 1 1.5.2 T14 3 24
E Data Specialist 1 Enter name 50% $6 1.x.x, 1.x.x., … 416 $ 1,248 1 1 1 1 1 1.5.3 T15 3 24
1 1 1 1 1 1.6.1 T16 3 24
WORK COST $ 4,960.00 Hrs. Required P M Developer 1 Developer 2 Data Architect Data Analyst Days Hrs 1
224 200 224 224 416 PROJECT DURATION 52 416
Table 2. RESOURCE TYPE: MATERIAL
Material Qty. Unit Cost Notes Estimated Material Cost Note. Enter a 1 in colums A through E when a resource has been assigned to tasks on the left, otherwise enter a 0. For your assignment Column A indicate the task assigned to the Project Manager (i.e., Ima Payne) according to wk5 Getta Byte video in your Canvas Lesson
1 Software 1 $ 50,000 Assigned to activity 1.2.3 $ 50,000
2 PCs 3 $ 1,000 Needed for remote work $ 3,000
3
MATERIAL COST $ 53,000
Table 3. RESOURCE TYPE: FIXED COST HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT TO CALCULATE THE PROJECT BUDGET
Skill Gap Required Qty. Contractor, Co. Assigned Tasks Estimated Fixed Cost This document will help you to calculate the budget for the project (i.e., work budget, material budget, Fixed Cost budget.) Watch the Getta Byte video in the week 5 Canvas lesson. Locate Timeframes [1:03] & [2:25]
a Developer of training modules 1 John Doe, ABC 1.51. Develop Training Modules $ 10,000 1) Enter the resources required for the project, corresponding to: the Skills, Materials, and Skills Gap in Tables 1, 2, and 3 respectively. (Column D)
b Trainer 1 Jane Doe, XYZ 1.5.3 Conduct Training $ 5,000 2) Determine the quantity needed in tables 1, 2, and 3. (Column E)
FIXED COST $ 15,000 3) Table 1. (Blue font needs to be revised according to Wk 5 video. Don’t change the black font.)
4) Enter the team member’s name with the required skills in the Resource Name column, Table 1
5) Enter the team member’s availability in the “Resource Availability” column.
Use a 100% for team members assigned fully to the project. If a member is avalable for your project 4 hrs a day, then enter 50% (Ex. Nonia Business )
6) Enter resources’ hourly rates.
7) Table 4 b. Enter task Names and Tasks duration in day. (Do not enter the Milestones & Don’t change the black or white font since it has been entered or calculated for you), use information from timefreame [2:25 ].
8) Table 4 a. Enter a 1 in columns A through E when a resource has been assigned to a task on table 4b, otherwise enter a 0. Column A has been entered for you. Blue font in column B, C, D, and E has to be reviewed. This information is found on the transcripts of video 5.
9) Table 1. Enter the “Assigned Tasks” using the WBS index in Table 4b and the information you completed in Table 4 a.
10) Table 1. The “Total hrs. required” for each resource (i.e., A, B, C, D, and E) is automatically calculated for you in the last row of table 4, using the excel function: =SUMPRODUCT(array1, array2]. For Ex. see the required hours for A (i.., Ima Payne, the Project Manager) in cell “O25” and cell “J18”
11) Table 1. The “Estimated Work Cost” = Resource Availability * Hourly rate * Total hrs. required. This is automatically calculated for you.
12) Table 2. The “Estimated Material Cost” = Quantity * Unit Cost. Enter the in information for Software material in the week 5 transcript.
Use row 2 and 3 to enter any other material that might be needed for the project.
13) Table 3. The information for this table is not provided in the week 5 video. The font is blue are suggestions, which you can modify.
14) The PLANNED PROJECT BUDGET figure is automatically created using the information from Tables 1, 2 and, 3
15 ) Print Page 1 in PDF, take an snip of it and paste in the Word Document template.

Fig. 2 MANPOWER BUDGET

Project Manager Developer 1 Developer 2 Data Architect Data Specialist 0 0 0 0 0

Project Manager Developer 1 Developer 2 Data Architect Data Specialist 896 800 896 1120 1248 Project Manager Developer 1 Developer 2 Data Architect Data Specialist

Fig. 1 PLANNED PROJECT BUDGET

Manpower Cost Material Cost Fixed Cost 4960 53000 15000

Manpower Cost Material Cost Fixed Cost

Fig. 3 HOURS REQUIRED & MANPOWER COST

BUDGET REQUIRED

Project Manager Developer 1 Developer 2 Data Architect Data Specialist 896 800 896 1120 1248 TEAM ROLE/SKILS Project Manager Developer 1 Developer 2 Data Architect Data Specialist TOTAL TASK HRS. REQUIRED

Project Manager Developer 1 Developer 2 Data Architect Data Specialist 224 200 224 224 416

team member’s role

TEAM MEMBER COST ($)

team member number of Hours required FOR project

G. RISK REGISTER

RISK MANAGEMENT: RISK REGISTER
[Note: Some of the Getta Byte Project information has been entered using black font for demonstration purposes. Please watch the video in the week 6 Canvas lesson related to your project. Scroll to the bottom on the register risk register matrix and read the instruction on “HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT”. You must identified 4 negative risks and 2 positive risk and complete the risk management process ]
IDENTIFY
RISK
PERFORM QUALITATIVE
RISK ASSESSMENT
PLAN RISK RESPONSE IMPLEMENT RISK PLAN MONITOR
RISK
ID WBS Task Name RBS
Category
Risk Identified
(Description)
Root Cause
of the Risk
Risk Impact
+ / –
Prob. Impact
on
Cost
Impact
on
Sch.
Impact
on
Quality
Risk Score Risk
Owner
Risk Strategy
+ / –
Risk Response Plan Risk
Action Owner
Risk
Status
Negative NEGATIVE RISK
1 1.4.3 Transfer Data Organizational Network Capacity
(Failure during uploads)
Low bandwidth Negative Impact on Schedule 3 2 3 5 3 Network Services – Mitigate * Review bandwidth requirements
* Research best vendors for needs
* Select vendor for high bandwidth
* Conduct network assessment and troubleshoot prior to migration
Don Testit (Developer) Active
2 1.4.2 Map fields Technical Data errors Field mapping errors, Negative Impact on Schedule 1 1 2 1 0.4 Data Architect – Accept Hugh Duitt (Data architech) Active
3 1.4.1 Validate Data Technical Customer data integrity * Script errors
* Database mismatch
Negative Impact on Schedule 5 2 4 1 4 Data Specialist – Mitigate * Validate data on data sample Nonia Buziness (Data Specialist) Active
4 1.1.1 Gather Requirement from users External Scope definition
(Users interviewed for gathering of requirements did not the experience nor background to provide information.)
Users interviewed did not have experience in the billing department Negative Impact on Schedule, Budget, Quality 4 3 4 4 3.2 Project Manager – Mitigate * Be selective when interviewing users.
* Users must have worked in the billing dpt. two years or more and must be familiar with billing processes
* User must have operational & technical background.
Imma Payne Proj. Manager) Expired
5
6
7
8
POSITIVE RISKS
1 1.2.3 Execute Purchase External Planning: Significant savings on software purchase if bougth on Black Friday Holiday coming up Positive Impact on Budget 5 5 1 1 5 Project Manager + Exploit * Enter new actrivities in WBS to ensure actions are taken
* Meet with mgmt and vendor
* Delay purchase to Black Friday
Imma Payne (Proj. Manager) Active
2 1.5.1 Develop Training with Vendor External Market: Off the shelf training modules could be available Training modules available in the market Positive Impact on Schedule 4 1 3 1 2.4 Project Manager + Enhance * Gather software requirements
* Understand features and functionality.
* Reseach the market for off the shelf modules
* Meet with vendor and team to determine suitability
Imma Payne (Proj. Manager) Active
3
4
Refer to Section E. Refer to Section F
You risk socre is calculated from the probability times the highest risk score (1-5) divided by 5 to give an average risk score between 1 and 5
Score between 4 and 5
Score between 2 and 3.99
Score between 0 and 1.99
HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT
This document is a tool to create the risk register for your project. Please watch the “Getta Byte – Risk Management” video listed on the week 6 Canvas Lesson. Also, review the video transcript. The information in the video for risks IDs 1, 2, and 3 have been entered in the riks register as examples. The student job is to identify 4 negative and 2 positive risks. Two Positive risks have also been identified and entered for you as examples.
1) ID: Enter IDs for the 4 negative and 2 positive you must identified. To Identify individual project risks, review the project tasks located in the Project Schedule-sections E.1 and/or the Gantt Chart – section E.2
2) WBS: Enter the WBS number of the risk you have identified. ther Using the RBS located in this to the right determine the risk category.
3) Task Name: Enter the name of the tasks you have identified as having a risk.
4) RBS Category: Select the risk category by clicking on the any cell on this column to visualize the dropdown menu and make a selection
5) Risk Identified: Enter the risk you have identified and describe it.
6) Root Cause: Determine the root cause of the risk. This information is critical to be able to create a risk plan
7) Impact (+ or -) : Select the Impact of the risk on the project objectives by clicking on the any cell on this column to visualize the dropdown menu and make a selection. Project objectives are to keep on target the budget, the schedule, and the quality of the project. If the impact is negative, this is a negative risk. If the impact is positive, This is a positive risk.
8) Probability: Ask the question “what is likelihood of occurrence of the identified risk?” Enter a number between 1 and 5. When the probability of occurrenc is: very high enter a 5, high enter a 4, medium enter a 3, low enter a 2, very low enter a 1
9) Impact: Enter a number between 1 and 5 for columns J, K, and L . When theimpact on the project “XXX” objective is: very high enter a 5, high enter a 4, medium enter a 3, low enter a 2, very low enter a 1
Risk Score: The Risk Score is calculated by multiplying the PROBABILITY of occurrence times the highest risk IMPACT (among C, Sc,Q) & dividing the product by 5 for normalization purposes.
10) Risk Owner: The risk owner is a subject matter expert from the core team or from a different department who is familiar with the project task. Therefore the risk owner is suitable to create a risk response plan. Cell in this column has a dropdown menu with particular expertise that could be found within the core team or in other departments. Please select one according to the area of the risk you have identified.
11) Risk Stragegy (+ or -) : This column presents Risk respoose strategies for negative & positive risks. Select a suitable strategy. Strategies for negative Risks include: Escalate,Avoid, Transfer, Mitigate, & Accept.
Strategies for positive Risks include: Escalate, Enhance, Exploit, Share, & Accept
12) Risk Response Plan: Enter the action plan for the strategy you have selected.
13) Action Owner: The risk owner are in charge to ensure the implementation of the risk response plan, It is a member of the team working of the task
14) Status: Select from the dropdown menu the status of the risk
15 ) Print Page 1 in PDF, take an snip of it and paste in the Word Document for you course project.

Tables used

Risk Owners Effect/Impact Resource Name
Project Manager Negative Impact on Schedule Imma Payne (Proj. Manager)
Developer 1 Negative Impact on Budget Don Testit (Developer)
Developer 2 Negative Impact on Quality Kurt Anser (Developer)
Data Architect Negative Impact on Schedule, Budget, Quality Hugh Duitt (Data architech)
Data Specialist Positive Impact on Schedule Nonia Buziness (Data Specialist)
Asst. PM Positive Impact on Budget
PMO Positive Impact on Quality
Network Services Positive Impact on Schedule, Budget , Quality
Other
Example
Risk Strategies RISK Category
– Escalade Technical
– Avoid External
– Transfer Organizational
– Mitigate Proj. Mgmt.
– Accept
+ Escalate
+ Enhance
+ Exploit
+ Share
+ Accept

COURSE PROJECT: The Getta Byte – New Billing System Project

<Student’s Name>

DeVry University

MGMT404: Project Management

<Professor’s Name>

< Month, Year>


Note to the Student

[This document is a compilation of project document templates used for the creation of a project management plan for an introductory course in project management. The template includes instructions to the student, boilerplate text, and fields that should be replaced with the values specific to the project.

· Blue italicized text enclosed in square brackets ([text]) provides instructions to the document author, or describes the intent, assumptions and context for content included in this document.

· Blue italicized text enclosed in angle brackets (<text>) indicates a field that should be replaced with information specific to a particular project.

· Text and tables in black are provided as boilerplate examples of wording and formats that may be used or modified as appropriate to a specific project. These are offered only as suggestions to assist in developing project documents; they are not mandatory formats.

Before submission of the first draft of this document, delete this “Note to the Student” page and all instructions that are in blue italicized text enclosed in square brackets.

Table of Contents

Introduction 2
Part 1 3
Section A: Project Charter 3
Section B: Stakeholder Engagement Plan 4
Part 2 6
Section C: Communication Plan 5
Section D: The Project Scope Statement 6
Part 3 8
Section E: The Project Schedule and Gantt Chart 8
Section F: Resource Allocation and Budgeting 9
Part 4 10
Section G: Risk Management 10
Conclusion 11
References 12

[Note: APA does not required a table of content. But it is a good practice for planning your paper content. Hence, the table of content is optional. (Remove this note before submitting your paper.)]


Introduction

[Your introduction is a one-page summary of all the main aspects of the project, including:

· Project description (i.e., responding to what is the project about & what are the project goals and objectives),

· key stakeholder project participants (i.e., responding to who are the key stakeholders and organizational departments that will be involved),

· Project management approach (i.e., responding to what is the project management methodology used in this project, and how is the project going to be managed and broken down into major deliverables or phases.)

·
A brief discussion of the internal and external enterprise environmental factors that may promote or hinder individual project decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects. (Hint: Read PMBOK® Guide CH. 2.2 Enterprise Environmental Factors for more information.)]


PART 1

Section A: The Project Charter

[ 1. Watch the video and read the video transcript located in the Getta Byte – Project Charter section of the Week 1 Canvas lesson

2. Enter the information provided in the video in the sections below.

3. Improve each section by elaborating and expanding on the information provided in the video. Be creative!

4. The text in blue is there to guide you with the assignment and help you brainstorm how to improve the basic information provided in the Week 1 video. Delete all text in blue before submitting your assignment.]

PROJECT CHARTER

Project Name

[Project name]

Project #:

Project Manager

[Project Manager name]

Start Date

<MM, DD, YY>

End Date

<MM, DD, YY>

Project Sponsor

[Project Sponsor name, Owner name, or Customer name]

Project Description:

[What will this project create?]

Objectives

[The business objectives for this section are described in the Getta Byte video in week 1. Enter the business objectives in this section and come up with at least one or two more objectives. Be creative! Remember: the business objectives are related to the business needs.


If an objective of the project is the cut cost, then specify the goal required to meet this objective.

Remember: goals must be measurable.

See example below.

· High level objective – Goal required to meet the objective.]

· Labor cost savings by 25%

Business Need:

[The business need can be found in the business case document and responds to one of these questions: What is the reason to initiate the project? What problem is the project going to solve? What opportunity or benefit will the project accomplish?]

Milestones

[What are the key milestone dates associated with the Getta Byte project? A milestone could be the completion of a major project deliverable or phase. Milestone dates provides checkpoints for monitoring the project progress. Besides the three-milestone provided in the week 1 Getta Byte video, list at least three more milestones and estimated completion dates. See example below]

Milestones

Estimated Completion Timeframe

Ex: Project Kickoff Meeting

<MM, DD, YY>

Budget

[What is the estimated budget for this project? Complete the table below.


Do not research your project cost

; this is a “top-down” budget estimate. This is an order of magnitude estimate and does not need to be closed to your project’s actual costs when starting the project. In week 5 we will calculate the total cost of the project using the “bottom-up” approach, which is a more accurately budget estimate method]

Estimated Work Cost [It is a time-dependent variable cost related to manpower project resources and the time they are utilized. Equipment when associate with time usage (i.e., hourly rentals) is also classified as work.]

Estimated Material & Equipment Cost [This cost is a per unit cost. Ex: software license cost, pc cost, etc. It includes the total cost of the material or equipment used in the project.]

Fixed Cost [Fixed cost is a non-variable of cost and is not time dependent. Ex: Contractor or vendor cost, travel cost, insurance cost, etc.]

TOTAL ESTIMATED COST

User Acceptance Criteria

[How will this project be judged as a success or failure? What will the key stakeholders use as objective, measurable criteria to judge this success or failure? The acceptance criteria is generally related to the project requirements. It could include all the project requirements, or some of the project requirements. For example, those nice to have requirements may be cut down if needed due to project constrains. In which case, the acceptance criteria will include only the must have requirements.]

High-Level Project Assumptions

[What assumptions are we making with regards to the project? What are we assuming will or will not happen in our project? Besides the information provided in the week 1 Getta Byte video, list at least three other project assumptions.]

High-Level Project Constraints

[What external limits are being placed on the project that constrain our choices?]

Project Exclusions

[What work is part of the project; what work is not? What work is considered outside of this project?]

Major Project Risks

[What are the major risks affecting the execution of the project? Identify two or more risks besides the two risks described in the week 1 Getta Byte – Project Charter section]

Key Stakeholders

[Who are the key people that the project manager has to work with to complete the Getta Byte project?]

1

Course ProJECT

13

Getta Bill Software – Billing system Project

Section B: Stakeholder Engagement Plan

[To complete section B of the Word document template, follow the steps below. 

1. Watch the video located in The Getta Byte section of the Week 2 Canvas lesson. The video contains important information to complete the Stakeholder Engagement Plan for the Getta Byte project. See timeframe [1:08].

2. Enter the information provided in the video in section B of your word document.

3. The information on the video is incomplete. The student’s job is to improve the stakeholder engagement plan by elaborating and expanding on the information provided in the video.   Be creative!  Make sure to identify at least 3 more stakeholders in addition to the 12 stakeholders listed in the Getta Byte video.

4. For extra help, locate the worksheet “B. Stakeholder Engagement Plan” in the Excel template for this course for instructions on how to complete the stakeholder engagement plan in your Word document. Particularly, pay attention to the prescribed engagement strategies described on the worksheet. 

5. The text in blue is there to guide you with the assignment and help you brainstorm how to improve the basic information provided in the week 2 video. Delete all text in blue before submitting your assignment.]

Stakeholder Engagement Plan

Project Name:

Project Manager:

Date:

Stakeholder Identification

Stakeholder Analysis

Engagement Strategy

Stakeholder

Role

Category

Influence
High/Low

Interest
High/Low

Key Interests

& Needs

Strategy

Strategic Approach

Strategy Owner

Frequency

& Method

(Based on needs)

Haywood U. Buzzoff

CEO

Key

High

High

Project deadline & company savings. Needs weekly updates.

Manage

Keep them involved in decisions. (Face to face)

PM

Weekly Meetings


[Add rows as needed]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part 2

Section C: Communication Plan

[In this section, you will create a simple communications management plan for the execution of the Getta Byte project.

To complete section C of the Word document template, follow the steps below.

1. Watch the video located in The Getta Byte section of the Week 2 Canvas lesson. The video contains important information to complete the Communications Management Plan for the Getta Byte project. See time frame [2:08].

2. Enter the information provided in the video in Section C of your word document.

3. The information on the video is incomplete. The student’s job is to improve the Communications Management Plan by elaborating and expanding on the information provided in the video. Be creative! Make sure to identify and enter at least 3 more Communication Vehicles in addition to the 3 listed in the Getta Byte video.

4. For extra help, locate the worksheet “C. Communications Mgmt. Plan” in the Excel template for this course. The worksheet contains instructions on how to complete the stakeholder engagement plan in your Word document.

5. The text in blue is there to guide you with the assignment and help you brainstorm how to improve the basic information provided in the Week 2 video. Delete all text in blue before submitting your assignment.]

COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT PLAN

Project Name:

 

 

Project Manager Name:

 

 

Project Description:

 

 

ID

Communication
Vehicle

Target
Audience

Description/Purpose

Frequency

Sender

Distribution
Vehicle

Internal /
External?

Comments

Weekly status meeting

Project Team

Project status updates

Weekly

Project Manager

Meeting

Internal Only

Full Team meeting we will invite stakeholders when necessary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: The table below provides information on how to complete each of the columns of the communication management plan.

Instructions For Completing This Document

Complete the Project Name, NC, Project Manager Name, and Project Description fields

For each identified communication, complete the following.

ID: A unique ID number is used to identify the communication within the communication matrix.

Communication Vehicle: This column should be populated with a description of the type of communication that will be conducted.

Target Audience: This field should be populated with a description of the target audience for this communication vehicle.

Description/Purpose: This field should be populated with a description of the purpose of the communication.

Frequency: This field should be populated with the frequency of which the communication will be distributed.

Owner: This field should be populated with the name of the owner of the communication.

Distribution Vehicle: This field should be populated with the type of distribution vehicle that will be used to disseminate the communication.

Internal/External: This field should indicate if the communication is for internal, external, or both internal and external distribution.

Comments: This column should be populated with any additional comments.

Section D: The Project Scope Statement

[To complete the assignment, follow the steps below.

1. Watch the video and complete the “Project Scope Drag and Drop Exercise” located in The Getta Byte – Project Scope section of the Week 3 Canvas lesson

2. Enter the information provided in the video into Section D, corresponding to the Getta Byte – Project Scope Statement of your course project assignment.

3. Improve The Project Scope Statement by elaborating and expanding on the information provided in the video and the drag and drop exercise. Be creative!

4. The text in blue in the template is there to guide you with the assignment and help you brainstorm how to improve the basic information provided in the Week 3 video. Delete all text in blue before submitting your assignment.]

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT

Project Name

[Project name]

Project #:

Project Manager

[Project Manager name]

Start Date

<MM, DD, YY>

End Date

<MM, DD, YY>

Project Sponsor

[Project Sponsor name, Owner name, or Customer name]

Project Description

[This section briefly describes the product or the end result of the project. This information can be found on the project charter, or the SOW which is an input to the Develop Project Charter process. This section responds to the following questions: What will the product of the project look like, or what should it be able to do when completed?]

Project Requirements

[This section is typically a detailed amplification of the product description from the project charter. What will the product of the project look like, or what should it be able to do when completed?]

Project Deliverables

[List tangibles that must be completed for this project to be successful. For example, floor installation in a house renovation is a deliverable.]

Project Exclusions

[List what this project will not include or is out of scope. For example, house renovation will not include upgraded appliances.]

Acceptance Criteria

[What must the product be able to do when completed to be acceptable to the customer? What standards or regulations must the product meet? What performance specifications must the product meet to be acceptable to the customer?]

Estimated Project Schedule

[List the milestones associated with the Getta Byte project. A milestone could be the completion of a major project deliverable or phase. Partial information of the project schedule is provided in the “Project Scope Drag and Drop Exercise” located in the week 3 lesson in Canvas. The full project schedule can be found by playing the week 4 Getta Byte video and skipping the recording to minute 2:11. The project schedule shows the milestones and tasks. Use the milestones to complete this section.

Milestones

Estimated Completion Timeframe

[Insert milestone information ]

[Insert completion timeframe]

[Add additional rows as necessary]

Resource Requirements

[List the resource requirements (i.e., manpower, material, and fixed cost) as per the Getta Byte video in our week 3 lesson. Manpower includes program developers, data architect, project manager, any team member, etc.]

Estimated Cost of Project

Expense Type

Description

Estimated Cost

Work /Labor Cost

·

·

·

$

$

$

Material & Equipment Cost

·

$

Fixed Cost

· [Contractor A for developing training modules]

· [Trainer ]

$10,000.00

$ 5,000.00

TOTAL ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT

$

Project Constraints

[Besides the two project constraints listed in the week 3 Getta Byte video, list at least 3 other constraints or limiting factors may affect the project?]

Project Assumptions

[Be creative. What other assumptions can you make about the project? Ex: Project Team has the required skills to complete the project.]


Part 3

Section E: The Project Schedule and Gantt Chart

Project Schedule

[Continue working on the word document of your course project and complete Section E (i.e., the Project Schedule and the Gantt Chart. 

To complete the project schedule, follow the steps below. 

1. Watch the video located in The Getta Byte – Billing System Project Schedule section of the week 4 Canvas lesson. The video contains information to complete this section. At time frame [2:17], the video presents the project schedule for the project. It shows how the scope of the project has been broken down into milestones and work packages; it also presents the duration of the project scope and schedule.

2. Enter the task names and task durations provided in the video at time frame [2:17] into Section E of your word document, corresponding to the project schedule. The start date of your course project should be the same as the start date of the session (i.e., Monday of week 1, month, year); hence, do not use the dates presented in the video. To assist you with the dates of the schedule, use the Gantt Chart worksheet in the Excel template.]

WBS Index

Task Name

Duration

Start

Finish

Predecessors

1

GETTA BYTE- Billing Project

140

1.1

Finalize Requirements

10

1.1.1

Gather requirements from users

5 days

1/3/2022

1/7/2022

1.1.2

Gather requirements from

customers

5 days

1/10/2022

1/14/2022

1.2

Purchase Software



Gantt Chart

[Read the instruction in the “GANTT CHART” worksheet in the MGMT404-Worksheet-Template.xlsx. With the information provided in the week 4 Getta Byte video at time frame [2:17] create the Gantt Chart and complete section E. Print the Gant Chart and activity list in the Gantt Chart worksheet and paste it below, after removing the example below. You must submit your worksheet with the work document for grading.]



Section F : Resource allocation and budgeting

[To complete this section, follow the instructions in the worksheet “F. RESOURCES & BUDGET” tab in the MGMT404_Worksheet_template.xlsx Excel file. Complete the worksheet, print page 1, and paste your work after removing image below. The Excel template is in the course project overview section.]

Section G: Risk Management

[Continue working on your Word document and complete the Risk Management section of your course project – Section G. 

To complete this section, follow the steps below. 

1. Locate the “G. RISK REGISTER” worksheet tab in the Excel template provided for this course.

2. Review the video and the transcript located in The Getta Byte – Risk Management section of the Week 6 Canvas lesson.

3. The video has identified three individual project risks at timeframes [1:16] and [1:30], which has been entered as examples in the Excel worksheet. The Excel worksheet has 4 negative and two positive risks examples in total.  

4. The student’s job is to identify 4 negative risks and 2 positive risks in addition to the examples provided in the Excel template. 

5. The risk register worksheet in the template contains instructions on “HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT”. Follow the instructions.

6. The blue font text in this template is to guide you with the assignment. Delete all text in blue before submitting your assignment.

Submit your Word document and Excel worksheet after completing Part 4 of your course project.]

·

Conclusion

[The conclusion should include:

· A summary of the theoretical and technical knowledge learned and applied to manage the course project successfully, and

· A self-evaluation on how successful the project management concepts, techniques, and skills have been applied to the course project. ]

References

[Enter as a minimum 4 references in APA format. The list below must be part of your reference list.

· The PMBOK® Guide

· The Contemporary Project Management, course textbook

· Recorded lectures.

· Canvas Lectures]

Project Start:

Today:

Display Week:1

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WBSTASKSPROGRESSSTARTEND

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Total

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1.2.2T4: Negotiate contract0%Tue, 15-Feb-22Tue, 1, Mar,22

10

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1.2.3T5: Execute purchase0%Wed, 2-Mar-22Tue, 8, Mar,22

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1.3

1.3.1T6: Define features0%Wed, 9-Mar-22Tue, 22, Mar,22

10

80

T7: Set up test environment0%Wed, 23-Mar-22Tue, 29, Mar,22

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Mar 14, 2022Mar 21, 2022Mar 28, 2022Apr 4, 2022Apr 11, 2022Jan 31, 2022Feb 7, 2022Feb 14, 2022Feb 21, 2022Feb 28, 2022Mar 7, 2022

Mon, 3-Jan-22

Mon, 10-Jan-22

Jan 3, 2022Jan 10, 2022Jan 17, 2022Jan 24, 2022

PROJECT TITLE:

Billing System Project

COMPANY NAME

GETTA BYTE

Project Manager:

Imma

Student’s NameJane Doe

Display Week:15

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Duration

Total

Hours

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1Billing System Project

Mon, 3-Jan-22Fri, 22, Jul,22140

1120

1.1M1: Finalized Requirements

1.1.1T1: Gather req. from users0%Mon, 3-Jan-22Fri, 7, Jan,22

5

40

1.1.2T2: Gather req. from customers0%Mon, 10-Jan-22Fri, 14, Jan,22

5

40

1.2M2: Purchase Softwware

1.2.1T3: Select vendor0%Mon, 17-Jan-22Mon, 14, Feb,22

20

160

1.2.2T4: Negotiate contract0%Tue, 15-Feb-22Tue, 1, Mar,22

10

80

1.2.3T5: Execute purchase0%Wed, 2-Mar-22Tue, 8, Mar,22

5

40

1.3

1.3.1T6: Define features0%Wed, 9-Mar-22Tue, 22, Mar,22

10

80

T7: Set up test environment0%Wed, 23-Mar-22Tue, 29, Mar,22

5

40

1.3.3T8: Develop customization0%Wed, 30-Mar-22Tue, 26, Apr,22

20

160

T9: Test customization 0%Wed, 27-Apr-22Tue, 10, May,22

10

80

T10: Validate data0%Wed, 11-May-22Tue, 17, May,22

5

40

T11: Map fields0%Wed, 18-May-22Tue, 24, May,22

5

40

T12: Transfer data0%Wed, 25-May-22Wed, 1, Jun,22

5

40

T13: Develop Training with vendor0%Thu, 2-Jun-22Wed, 15, Jun,22

10

80

T14: Schedule training for CSRs0%Thu, 16-Jun-22Thu, 30, Jun,22

10

80

T15: Conduct training0%Fri, 1-Jul-22Fri, 15, Jul,22

10

80

1.6.1T16: Release System to production0%Mon, 18-Jul-22Fri, 22, Jul,22

5

40

1401120

Total (days & hrs)

Jun 20, 2022Jun 27, 2022Jul 4, 2022Jul 11, 2022Jul 18, 2022May 9, 2022May 16, 2022May 23, 2022May 30, 2022Jun 6, 2022Jun 13, 2022Apr 11, 2022Apr 18, 2022Apr 25, 2022May 2, 2022

Note: To facilitate the learning of this course, a Word document and an Excel template have been created for students to complete their biweekly assignments.

To complete the project you will use two templates (i.e., a Word and an Excel template). Both templates can be found in the Project Templates section below. These two documents contain important information that will guide you with the assignment and help you brainstorm how to improve the basic information provided in the weekly Getta Byte project videos.

The Course Project is divided into four parts.

· Part 1 includes Sections A and B. This deliverable is due in Week 2.



Introduction

Your introduction is a one-page summary of all the main aspects of the project, which include the following.

· Project description.

· Key stakeholder project participants.

· Project management methodology and management approach.

· A brief discussion of the internal and external enterprise environmental factors (EEFs), which may promote or hinder individual project decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects.



Section A: The Project Charter

In this section, the student will work on Part 1 Section A of the Course Project, corresponding to the Project Charter for the Getta Byte project.;

Use of the Word template provided, which contains important information on how to complete Section A of your Course Project.

To complete this assignment, follow the steps below.

1. Watch the video and read the video transcript located in The Getta Byte – Project Charter section of the Week 1: Introduction and Lesson.

2. Enter the information provided in the video into Section A of your Word document.

3. Improve the various Project Charter sections by elaborating and expanding on the information provided in the video. Be creative!

4. The blue font text in the template is there to guide you with the assignment and help you brainstorm how to improve the basic information provided in the Week 1 video. Delete all text in blue before submitting your assignment.

The student will complete the following project charter sections for this assignment:

· Project Description

· Objective

· Business Need

· Milestones

· Budget

· Acceptance Criteria

· High-level Project Assumptions

· High-level Project Constraints

· Project Exclusions

· Major Project Risks



Section B: Stakeholder Engagement Plan

In this section, the student will continue working on Part 1 Section B of the Course Project, corresponding to the stakeholder engagement plan for the Getta Byte project.

To complete Section B, use the Word document created in Section A of the Course Project, and follow the steps below.

1. Watch the video located in The Getta Byte section of the Week 2: Introduction and Lesson. The video contains important information to complete the Stakeholder Engagement Plan for the Getta Byte project. See timeframe [1:08].

2. Enter the information provided in the video in Section B of your Word document.

3. The information on the video is incomplete. The student’s job is to improve the stakeholder engagement plan by elaborating and expanding on the information provided in the video. Be creative! Make sure to identify at least 3 more stakeholders in addition to the 12 stakeholders listed in the Getta Byte video and complete the register.

4. For extra help, locate the worksheet “B. Stakeholder Engagement Plan” in the Excel template for this course. The worksheet contains instructions on how to complete the stakeholder engagement plan in your Word document. Particularly, pay attention to the prescribed engagement strategies described on the worksheet.

5. The blue font text in the template is there to guide you with the assignment and help you brainstorm how to improve the basic information provided in the Week 2 video. Delete all text in blue before submitting your assignment.

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