Part 1. Business: How much time is required to develop the site? Will additional funds be needed for hardware or software? Will the site help in finding or retaining employees? 4
Will the site help promote wellness at the company and reduce insurance costs? Organizational: Who will be the main sponsor for the site? Who will provide inputs for the site? Who will promote the site? Who will provide training for the new application? Will people participate in more sports because of the site? Technology: Will the new application be developed using existing hardware, software, and networks? Will outside resources be needed to help in the site development? Will new hardware or software be required for servers or client machines? Will the new application negatively affect the current IT infrastructure? Part 2. Slide 1: Title Slide Slide 2: Concept Intranet-based Web Site Information on after-hours recreation o Company teams and sports o How to get involved o Scores and statistics o Pictures Low Cost Way to Improve Employee Health and Morale Slide 2: Benefits Builds Teams Promotes Wellness/Better Health/Better Productivity Increases Community Name Recognition Low Cost or No Cost for Basic System Slide 3: Phase One Static web page Activity type, dates, location, contact Developed after hours by volunteers or as a class project Slide 4: Phase Two Scores Pictures of events More information, such as driving directions to games One person part-time allocated to develop/maintain site Slide 5: Phase Two Example 5
Slide 6: Phase Three Statistics Online Registration More resources required for site development/maintenance Potential outside sponsorship Slide 7: Phase Three Example 6
CHAPTER 3 The Project Management Process Groups: A Case Study DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. Briefly describe what happens in each of the five project management process groups (initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing). Descriptions of what happens in each of the five process groups are listed below: Initiating includes actions to commit to begin or end projects and project phases. Some deliverables include defining the business need for the project, getting a project sponsor, and selecting a project manager. Planning includes creating workable plans for the entire project. Every knowledge area requires development of some plans. Executing involves coordinating everyone and everything to carry out the project plans. Deliverables are the actual work the products of the project or phase. Controlling ensures the project objectives are met. Deliverables include monitoring and measuring progress and taking corrective action. Closing involves bringing the project to an orderly end. Deliverables include getting formal acceptance for the project, creating project files, and documenting lessons learned.
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