GNB INFO 461 Ch06

GNB INFO 461 Ch06 - Video Production Contest for VCU...

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1 Video Production Contest for VCU Students he Division of Community Engagement is looking for all interested students to participate in the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s “Share the Wealth” Financial Literacy Video Contest. VCU students will compete against teams from VUU, VSU and UR to create 60-second videos on financial education. Winners will receive an expense-paid trip to New York City. Finalists will have their video shown at a public gala at the Byrd Theater in November. For more information, visit http://www.richmondfed.org/community_developm or contact ajmallon@vcu.edu or spiveykb@vcu.edu .
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2 The Work Breakdown Structure and Project Estimation Chapter 6
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3 Project Time Management Activity definition Identifying what activities must be completed to produce the project scope deliverables Activity sequencing Determining whether activities can be completed sequentially or in parallel and any dependencies that may exist among them Activity resource estimation Identifying the type of resources (people, technology, facilities, etc.) and the quantity of resources needed to carry out project activities Activity duration estimation Estimating the time to complete each activity Schedule development Based on the availability of resources, the activities, their sequence, and time estimates, a schedule for the entire budget can be developed Schedule control Ensuring that proper processes and procedures are in place in order to control changes to the project schedule
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4 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) A logical decomposition of the work to be performed in the form of an outline Focuses on how the product, service, or result is naturally subdivided
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5 Work Package
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6 Deliverables versus Milestones Deliverables Tangible, verifiable work products Reports, presentations, prototypes, etc. Milestones Significant events or achievements Acceptance of deliverables or phase completion Cruxes (proof of concepts) Quality control Keeps team focused
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7 Project Plan PERT Chart EXPERT – PERT Chart Example
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8 Project Plan MS Project – Gantt Chart Example
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9 Gantt Chart with Dependencies
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10 Developing the WBS A work package is developed for each of the phases and deliverables defined in the Deliverable Structure Chart (DSC)
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11 Deliverable: Test Results Report Logical Activities: 1. Review the test plan with the client 2. Carry out the tests as outlined in the plan. 3. Once the test results are collected, analyze them. 4. Summarize results in the form of a report and
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