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Unformatted text preview: Service Construction, Inc - Enterprise Information System Working Plan Presentation TEAM-A Introduction - Cheryl Team-A Purpose of Working Plan Statement of Work Current Progress - Cheryl Statement of Work Unexpected Event - Claudia Statement of Work Added Work - Claudia Technical Approach Unexpected Event - Sterling points should focus how an unexpected event will handled based on original Technical Approach Added Work - Sterling Points should focus on how handle added work Management & Organizational Plan - Sterling Project organizational plan Schedule Management - Cheryl Cost Management - Cheryl Risk Management - Phi The Risk Management approach is a disciplined approach to support decision making to : Assess continuously for potential problems Assess opportunities that project team can consider in relation to the overall implementation of the project Determine priority of identified risks and opportunities Implement strategies to respond and manage risks or to act on opportunities The scope of the risk management activities are limited to: Identifying and managing risks that may impact negatively on the project Managing risks directly associated with the project in areas of cost, resource Schedule, quality, and technical Quality Management - Phi...
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2011 for the course MNCM 201 taught by Professor Sara during the Spring '11 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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