If the Task is Greater than 8 10 Working Days it May Need to Be Broken Down

If the task is greater than 8 10 working days it may

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If the Task is Greater than 8-10 Working Days, it May Need to Be Broken Down Into Smaller Tasks Schedule Shows Predecessors to Tasks. Use of the Note Feature in MS Project. Use of the Comment Feature in MS Project. Use of the Hyperlink Feature in MS Project. Add Resources to the Tasks. Customize the Look of the Gantt chart. Create a Callout on a Specific Task that will need Attention.] Project Quality Plan Introduction This project quality management plan will detail the processes and activities to be used to manage the project in order to ensure the end product and result to meet and surpass the quality standards set forth. The three processes included in the plan are quality plan management, quality assurance performance and quality control. Plan Quality Management Processes: Inputs: Project charter, management plan, and project documents. Tools & Techniques: Professional judgment, data gathering and analysis, decision-making, data representation, and meetings. Outputs: Quality management plan, metrics, and updates to project management plan/documents. Perform Quality Assurance: Inputs: Project management plan and project documents. PM-FP3000 | Confidential
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18 The Wedding Tools & Techniques: Data gathering and analysis, decision-making, data representation, problem solving, and design plans. Outputs: Quality reporting, change requests, project management plan updates, and project document updates. Control Quality: Inputs: Project management plan, project documents, approved change requests, deliverables, and environmental factors. Tools & Techniques: Data gathering and analysis, review, deliverable evaluations, data representation, and meetings. Outputs: Quality control measurements, verified deliverables, work performance evaluations, change requests, project plan and project document updates. Project Human Resource Plan Introduction The human resource plan will outline the project’s team, their individual roles and responsibilities, how the resources will be attained, how to manage and provide training if required. Plan Human Resource Management Inputs: Resource requirements to outline the human personnel needed and how they are associated with activities of the project. To identify the necessary skills required for the project, previous organizational processes will be reviewed. Tools & Techniques: Team meetings will help ensure that the team is involved in all the processes. Networking will identify possible impacts on the project. Outputs: An organizational chart can be used as a visual diagram to display the team’s hierarchy. The roles and responsibilities of each individual to define their position in the project. PM-FP3000 | Confidential
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19 The Wedding Acquire Project Team Inputs: A human resource management plan to explain the needs of the project. As well as a description of organizational processes to determine skills necessary. Tools & Techniques: Assign team members to positions within the team and influence others to join the team. Outputs: A restructured organizational chart to include new members and an updated project management plan. Develop Project Team Inputs: Create a calendar to classify each team member’s timeline. A human resource management plan to explain the needs of the project.
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