HWK 6 - Chapter 6 Homework#2 22 2 Any successful project...

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Chapter 6 Homework (#2, 22) 2. Any successful project plan must contain nine key elements. List these items and briefly describe the composition of each. Every project plan’s development process varies from different organizations, but every project plan must comprise of the following elements: Overview, Objectives or Scope, General Approach, Contractual Aspects, Schedules, Resources, Personnel, Risk Management Plans, and Evaluation Methods. A brief description of each: Overview – A short summary of the objectives and scope of the project. Usually it is directed to top management and includes a statement, an explanation of relation to firm’s objectives, a description of the managerial structure, and a list of major highpoints in the project schedule. ObjectivesorScope – A more detailed statement of the general goals. The statement should include: profit, competitive aims, and technical goals. GeneralApproach
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course TOM 436 taught by Professor Marlow during the Spring '11 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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