Group details presented in a table with names and student numbers
Table of Contents Page
Beside each sub-heading, write the name of each person that was the lead for that section. E.g. Selection – James Barnes, Paul Kelly.
Include listing for graphs, charts, pictures,
Project Justification – why the project is necessary.
Project Aim – what the project sets out to achieve.
Describe the project. Include whatever pictures, sketches and/or drawings that you think best convey the project concept. Start with an overview and then discuss the various aspects and components in more detail.
List the project deliverables.
Evaluation of Alternatives (Note: Depending on what alternatives were considered, it may make more sense to include this section before, within, or after the ‘Project Concept’ section. This is up to you.)
Briefly describe the alternative projects that were presented for evaluation (your group’s weighted scoring model or NPV that you complete to choose this project).
Present and explain the Project Selection Method developed for the evaluation.
Discuss how the project is desirable, viable and achievable, and identity key areas of strength and weakness.
Project assumptions (Identify at least 4 assumptions.)
Known constraints (Identify at least 3 )
Outcome of the project
Product Breakdown Structure, Organization & Communication Management
Demonstrate the project management structure using an organogram.
Describe the various roles and identify responsibilities associated with each role. Also specify team members assigned to each role, outlining their key attributes which indicate their capacity and ability to perform roles and responsibilities assigned to them.
Outline the Project Product Breakdown Structure (PBS)
Develop a Comprehensive Project Plan Addressing the following Plan Description
- Lessons incorporated – Details of any lessons from previous similar projects which have been reviewed and accommodated within this plan
- Monitoring and control – Details of how the plan will be monitored and controlled
- Budgets – Covering time and cost, including provisions for risks and changes
- Schedule – Which may be graphical representations of