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Assessment 1 BSBPMG521 – Assessment Task 1 WIA - SID: 7008 BSBPMG521 – Assessment Task 1 1. What are the project’s phases, approval and review points and what reporting and directing obligations are there on the project manager? The project’s phases, approval and review points are: Phases Points Conception and initiation Charter Stakeholders High level timeline Resource commitment Definition and planning Scope Detailed schedule Budget Resources Execution Build Change request Service management Control Delivery acceptance Resources released Service transition Closing Assure value Follow up survey Add lessons learned 2. Show an example of a stakeholder analysis detailing their positions and interest in the context of reviewing, rationalising and approving project stages. Plan: Define the purpose of the analysis, identify the potential users of the information, and devise a plan for using the information. Select an appropriate policy: Good stakeholder analysis focus on a specific project. In most cases, the sponsor identifies a project, but it is important to ensure that the policy in question is an appropriate project for a stakeholder analysis before the process begins. Identify the key stakeholders: elaborate a priority list that defines the preference and set limits on the number of stakeholders, based on the resources available. Collect information: Collect as much information as possible, from sources such as newspapers, institutional reports and publications, speeches, organization annual reports, political platforms, and other sources. Stakeholders interest: Collect information about stakeholder's positions, interests, and ability that can affect the processes. Stakeholder´s table: The information collected is introduced in a standardized format table. Analyze: The stakeholder table is analysed to compare information and make conclusions on stakeholders' interests, positions, and possible allies regarding the policy in question. Using the information: Finally the information collected is used to develop action plans to increase support for a project, or to guide a participatory, consensus-building process. RITESH RAJ 1
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Assessment 1 BSBPMG521 – Assessment Task 1 WIA - SID: 7008 3. What strategies do you (would you) use to ensure a safe, productive and cooperative working environment for the project team and related stakeholders? Choose the right people: keep in mind their abilities, aptitudes and attitudes.Encourage an environment of teamwork: the basic principles of work must be defined from the beginning.
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