Imagine that you are planning a trip to London with your group. Decide who will go, when it will be, how you will travel, where you will stay, what you will do there etc. Think through the research, decisions, planning and execution phases, then:
a) Create a suitable work breakdown structure for all activities including the project management process and a network diagram based the WBS, with critical path. Include 20-30 work packages (25%);
b) Create an appropriate, resource leveled project plan for the 20-30 work packages, using MS Project (25%);
c) Carry out a risk management exercise for the project using a probability/impact matrix and create a risk register with 10-15 events, including details of planned responses (25%);
d) Critically analyze how the use of these tools improved the efficiency and effectiveness of the project management process and your control over the delivery project within time, cost and quality constraints (25%).
Sections (a), (b) and (c) of the report should give a detailed explanation of the tools and techniques in question, together with how they have been applied to this project and the benefits of doing so. Then the diagrams, the schedule and the risk list themselves should be put into appropriate appendices, NOT within the body of the report.
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The Project Management Maturity Model (PM3) is a model that allows us to describe our organization’s functioning level related to Project Management practices. From Level 1 to Level 5 it is a graduated model from chaos to order. Level 1-Ad hoc means that an organization has no formal practices, and Project Management Standards are not well developed. Reporting is sporadic, at best. Level 5-Sustained is an organization that is fully matured with detailed Project Management practices and formal standards and reporting structures. Now, assess your organization/company in relation to the Project Management Maturity Model. Give specific examples to support your assessment. Finally, create a list of recommendations of how to move to the next level for your executive team.