Summative assessment 2 Project 1 To demonstrate competence in this unit you will need to show that you can design and develop a project plan. Your task is to select an idea, improvement or opportunity that could be applied in a business operation. Describe the business and the project you might initiate. You will need to describe and define the project in context. Explain why such a project would be beneficial. What procedures might you use to ensure that the project was sponsored and supported by the organisation? Define the project, write a project narrative and develop a project plan, including the processes that would be used to manage financial, technical, human and physical resources. In developing your project plan, consider: 1. Who are your project’s stakeholders? Stakeholders are the people involved direct or who have an interest in the project or are affected by the project. In this case, the stakeholders for my project would be the - Funding group of the RSPCA - Project team - Target market (schools) - Volunteers and sponsors (vets) - RSPCA volunteers and staff 2. What would your role be in planning and delivering the project? My role would be Project Manager. My role includes: Selecting the project team staff Writing up the project plan, scope, work out the budget and resources To oversee the project including monitoring, managing and organising Delegating individual tasks and responsibilities to staff Ensuring project is delivered on time and on budget Risk management and health and safety Review the outcomes, lesson learnt Gather feedback from students, staff and clients 3. How your project plan will meet organisational objectives and overall goals. One of the objectives of the RSPCA Australia is ‘To educate the community with regard to the humane treatment of animals.’ and ‘To
sustain an intelligent public opinion regarding animal welfare.’ RSPCA Australia (2018). Objectives. Retrieved from - objectives_317.html,2018 This project starts at the grass roots ‘children’, if children are educated on how to treat animals correctly at a young age then this is achieving the objectives of the RSPCA. By educating young children on how to treat animals and how not to treat them. By teaching children animals can feel and don’t deserve to be hurt or mistreated, hopefully some of the information will make a lasting impression on them for the rest of their life. In turn they will treat animals with kindness and respect and hopefully encourage others around them to do the same throughout their life. This is how the project plan will meet the organisations objectives and overall goals of stopping cruelty against animals.
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