Task 1.docx - In Scope Venue location Facilities Food Beverage Kitchen Project Sponsor Complete Business Solutions Australia Out Scope(Exclusion

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In Scope Out Scope (Exclusion) Assumption Constraints - Venue location - Facilities - Food - Beverage - Kitchen - Preparation space - Fridges - Storage - No one is vegetarian at the charity. - Everyone can eat dietary food - Food and beverages must be serve in the dietary Project Sponsor: Complete Business Solutions Australia Version: 1 Date: 10/10/2020 Project Manager: Jason Project Client: Tina Hughes File Name: Charity Event BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Work Assessment Task 1 PROJECT PROPOSAL BeyondBlue Charity Dinner Dance Roles and responsibilities: It is important to understand who the major players are on the project. List the major project roles, responsibilities and the actual people involved. Add in any additional roles as required Roles Names Responsibilities Project client/ owner Tina Hughes Managing and leading the project team Recruiting project staff and consultants Managing co-ordination of the partners and working groups engaged in project work Detailed project planning and control Developing and maintaining a detailed project plan Managing project deliverables in line with the project plan Project sponsor/ Project Manager Jason Acts as champion of project is accountable for the delivery of planned benefits associated with the project Ensure resolution of issues escalated by the Project manager or the Project Board Sponsors the communications program; communicates the program’s goals to the organization as whole Makes key organizational decisions for the
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project Managing consultancy input within the defined budget Final approval of the design specification Working closely with users to ensure the project meets business needs Definition and management of the User Acceptance Testing program Identifying user training needs and devising and managing user training program Manager of the project Manage Adrian Russo Ensures that essential supplier requirements are met Manages the production and approval of the supplier side of the budget Makes effective use of supplier resources within the approved budget Tracks performance of consultants and take appropriate action Project team member Abby Smith Provide functional expertise in an administrative process Work with users to ensure the project meets business needs Documentation and analysis of current and future processes Identification and mapping of information needs Defining requirements for reporting and interfacing user training Steering committee/ working party Trey White Sets up and manages support function covering, planning, tracking, reporting, quality management and internal communication Produces reporting to the Project Board, including milestone summary, key issues, risks, benefits summary of costs incurred Establishes standards, tools and procedures for use on the project, including issue, risk, change and information management PROJECT PLAN: The project plan is the basis for monitoring and controlling the project. All project information is consolidated to date, forming the basis for monitoring and controlling once implementation of the project commences.
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