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3.5.3 Practice: Creating a Project Schedule Practice Introduction to Business and Technology Sem 1 Points Possible: 30 Date: Reflect (5 points) Answer the following questions about planning projects. 1. What takes place during pre-planning? (1 point) Where you brainstorm before you start a project. Like it could be organizing who is going to do each part of the project or just simply planning what they are going to do. 2. Why are project charters important? (1 point) It is important because it leads the project in the right direction from start to end. It also gives you something to reference to during the project or even a source in the future. 3. With whom should project managers be in regular communication regarding the project? (1 point) With team members to make sure everything is going according plan. 4. What is one way to prepare for building a project budget? (1 point) Making a list of everything that will be needed, add it up and if it goes over the budget maybe try to find something cheaper that can substitute what you were going to use.
5. How does the critical path differ from the main project plan? (1 point) A critical path lets the teams identify what the most important tasks in the project. Which provides a higher level of insight on it which you can understand and know what to modify. Analyze (10 points) Analyze the following information, using the following project scenario: Talar works for Optimus XT and has been asked by the Activities Committee to organize the annual clothing drive to coincide with the state's Homelessness Awareness Day, which is coming up on May 31, just six weeks away. She is allowed to have three other employees help her on the final day of the

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