Project Life Cycle Management 2.docx - Family Name Siqueira Pinto Given Name Hend Student ID Course 400529 Certificate IV in Project Management

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Family Name : Siqueira Pinto Given Name: Hend Student ID : Course: 400529 Certificate IV in Project Management Practice (VET) Module : Trainer’s name : Project Life Cycle Management Carolina Veloz Date Due : Date Submitted : 13/09/2017 13/9/2017 Declaration : I certify that this assignment is entirely my own work. I have provided full referencing to the work of others. The material in this paper has not been submitted before. IMPORTANT – READ THIS FIRST PLAGIARISM : You must compose your answers in your own words . Simply pasting text from the Internet will result in a failing grade . It is better to write your own thoughts in your own words – even if your English is not perfect – rather than copy word-for-word the thoughts of someone else. SUBMITTING IDENTICAL ANSWERS : You may discuss your assessments with other students, but submitting identical answers to other students will result in a failing grade . Your answers must be yours alone. TUTORIALS: Tutorials are run every week to help you answer the assessments. The schedule for tutorials will be announced during the first week of term. You are urged to attend the tutorial that pertains to your online subject. Assessment 2
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Part A 1. Create a work breakdown structure. Hend Project Work: 100% Budget: $ 50.000,00 Team Work: 40% Budget: $ 20.000,00 Starting Work: 10% Budget: $ 5.000,00 Labour Work: 10% Budget: $ 50.000,00 Marketing Work: 10% Budget: $ 5.000,00 Installer Work: 30% 5Budget: 15.000,00 Consumables Work: 20 % Budget: $10. 0 00,00 Material Work: 50% Budget: $ 25.000,00 Wood Work: 30 % Budget: $15. 0 00,00
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2. Create a project schedule stages of work week 1 week 2 week 3 week 4 Preliminary service X Project X X Production X X Finishing X complementary service X 3. What time management techniques will you apply to your project? I'll use one of the simplest and most effective tools you can use to ensure that I stay on top of your tasks is the to-do list. My to-do list will capture ALL the actions I need to take in the middle to meet your commitments and goals. There are different ways to structure and organize your to-do list. Most managers sort their list by due date or task priority. But the main point is to make sure you are using one. 4. How will you monitor and update your project schedule? I can describe the scheduling performance of an activity, noting the dates it started and ended or describing how much of it was done. Choosing to describe the performance of my project schedule by observing the status of individual activities by collecting one or both of the following data items to support my analysis: The start and end dates of each activity in your project
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The dates on which the milestones (such as signed contract, materials received or environmental testing completed) are reached 5. What implications can time management have on project resources, costs and risks?
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