Project Charter - Tad Miller Revised.docx

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Running head: PROJECT CHARTER 1 Team Management Policies The revised "Project Child Save" team management policies are outlined below. The charter is the document each member of the team has agreed to and is bound to abide by, throughout this project. Each member will be held accountable to this charter, and any decisions regarding changes/unmet expectations must be handled internally within the confines of the group. Find below, each member initials on the signature line, indicating full participant and agreement to this project charter. Additional discussion has been added below outlining informal procedures that formed as the project matured to this point. Team Structure. Project Child Save team consists of four members, each with an equal stake in making the project successful. Ty Ritter is the client/stakeholder for this project. He will determine the best use of the deliverables described, upon completion of this project. Those who have been abducted or affected by child abduction are those we are seeking to help with the project. Project Child Save team structure, and responsibilities are depicted below. Brad will operate as the project manager and delegate work on reports and delivery of deliverables to each of the team members. As PM, Brad has already completed the tasks of preparing a preliminary budget and schedule, selecting people to serve on the team, contacting the project’s client (internally), and taking care of the routine details needed to put the project in motion (Meredith & Mantel, 2012). Meredith and Mantel’s, Project Management: A Managerial Approach suggests that, “…different projects have vastly different staffing needs” (Meredith & Mantel, 2012, p. 197). Regarding Project Child Save, there is a slight variation between role of the PM and team members. Tasked with creating deliverables and raising funds to meet project goals, the general orientation of the project’s team members is highly oriented towards the project itself.
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