TIM-500_Project_7

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“I have neither received nor given unsanctioned help in the completion of this assignment. I have not copied the ideas or work of others nor have I misrepresented myself or my work”, Joseph Murphy, Brian Wolosky, Joshua Fundis. The successful completion of this project depends on carefully managing the potential risks associated with each objective, task, or activity. A risk management plan is needed to prepare the project team for managing and addressing risk and provides documentation of the procedures for performing risk management. It is important to clearly identify the risks associated with each goal and to identify methods or steps for reducing the risks. The following section provides a list of risks associated with individual project performance, cost, and schedule goals. 1. Project Risk Identification: A. Ineffective project manager/project team. Action: Project stakeholders to carefully interview potential candidates. B. Inadequate project planning and required resource identification. Action: General interview/brainstorming session with project team and stakeholders to collectively identify and document specific project requirements, objectives, and complete initial project scope statement. C. Incomplete project integration management and project plan development. Action:
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Institute a project team “oversight” committee to meet with project team on a regular basis to discuss project specifics and update project plan as needed. D. Incomplete development and definition of project scope. Action: Initial scope statement to be reviewed by all project team members, project stakeholders, and additional representatives of specific groups such as hospital facilities department, hospital information technology departments, and general services representatives. Project scope(s) to be reviewed and updated regularly to include any new information; the project manager is responsible for weekly scope reviews to ensure all information is provided and included. E. Ineffective project management/integration (see item above for reference) that impacts start and completion of subsequent project activities. Action: Project “oversight” committee representative(s) to meet with project team regularly to discuss the project plan and details to track status and progress. F. Determination of Neurology Department facility requirements and decision for department location exceeds estimated duration (the activities related to the new department facilities represents the largest component of the project schedule). Specific schedule activities and associated risks are broken down as follows:
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1) Determine minimum square footage requirements (ACTIVITY E). a)
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