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Schedule / Milestone Chart (Joe) YES Can be included as an MS-Project file, but suggest that you draw the most significant visual elements for the presentation, perhaps using the Milestone chart
In example it is 4.0 Sequence and Schedule
Team Assignment – Project Plan Report and Team Presentation
Final Project Plan Report Submission (32 Points)
The main outcome of your work in this course (as a team) is a collection of project elements from a project management plan, to be submitted in the form of a Summary Report which shows key stakeholders that your team has a solid project plan in place for executing their project. So it should be more than a simple collection of files, the report should ‘flow’ and indicate how the various project tools and artifacts (charter, budget, Gantt Chart, Risk Register, Communications Matrix, etc.) flow and how they illustrate the strength of your plan. The instructor will provide a definitive list of the elements which are required and which may be optionally included. This is the single largest portion of your grade and the intent is to have students deliver something which is academically sophisticated and also is reflective of what project managers must actually deliver in their organizations. To further assist students, the instructor will provide, where appropriate, examples and templates to aid in the creation of these project management plan elements (example: a risk register and heat map).
Given more points because it is the illustration of scope
The hand-drawn network should be included as an appendix, make sure you include the computer-generated Network Diagram
MS-Project or other software provides this – advisable to attach the “.mpp” file
Cost Baseline (Budget)
Cover your learnings as a team including team dynamics
How you provide background, references, connections between each of the tools and how they were used.
The points on the individual elements are earned for:
how well your team demonstrated that they got the concept and applied the tool.
I’m sure you see from the table that the single largest element is the way in which the entire collection is organized, presented, and supported (shown in bold above).
If the team provides only a zipped collection of files for the elements, they don’t gain too many points here.
Here are the attributes that build towards a perfect 7 out of 7 for this last element.
Introductory text: a paragraph or two – with references if possible – to let the reader know what they are about to see and why it is important. This should occur before each of the elements above.