define working processes identify stakeholders and explain reporting frequency

Define working processes identify stakeholders and

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define working processes, identify stakeholders and explain reporting frequency and channels. Execution & Control: Using KPIs, the project manager will track the performance of the project, while maintaining and managing the team, their tasks, and deliverables. Completion: Upon completion, a formal acceptance of the final delivered product is delivered. The business will be ready for launch after all initial requirements have been met. Assumptions/Constraints/Dependencies Assumptions: No changes in federal, state, or local law that may affect the project. Project manager and all team members will abide by design guidelines set forth by clients. Investor will support all financial obligations agreed upon by the both of us, and not covered by client funds. Project manager and all team members will adhere to all communications plans. Project Plan may change as new information and issues are revealed. Constraints: Project funding available might not fit client’s desired wish list. Federal Laws and Regulations. Permits & form approvals take time. Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) Inspection and Certification takes time for mobile builds. Inspections for foundation build certifications take time. Dependencies: Finding an initial location suitable enough to start the first build. Finding a client with faith in a startup company of this type. Initial Risk Factors
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PROJECT PLAN: BACK TO EARTH TINY HOMES, LLC 8 Cost risk, stand to lose money if certifications for RVIA or third parties do not meet approval. Schedule risk, there are many responsibilities to be accommodated into the schedule any of which could cause delay. Performance risk, project manager has little direct experience in the housing and construction industry. Regulatory cost/impact The initial budget for this project has yet to be negotiated; however, it will cover application fees, technology/software fees, and contracts with third party partners that will aid in the completion of the project. Some of these fees will be a recurring fee, such as monthly rent or lease, while others will be a one-time cost such as fees for specific certifications as requested by client.
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PROJECT PLAN: BACK TO EARTH TINY HOMES, LLC 9 Roles and Responsibilities Role Name Organization and Position Contact Information Project sponsor Philip Kornelis Back to Earth Tiny Homes, Investor 360- 966- 1154 Project manage r Lacy Kornelis Back to Earth Tiny Homes, Project Manager 254- 681- 8489 Worker Kayla Kornelis Back to Earth Tiny Homes, IT Director 309- 706- 9219 Worker Colby Kornelis Back to Earth Tiny Homes, Construction Consultant 254- 258- 5262 Sign-Off Philip Kornelis Lacy Kornelis Kayla Kornelis Colby Kornelis Comments No comments currently.
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PROJECT PLAN: BACK TO EARTH TINY HOMES, LLC 10 II. Project Scope Statement Note: Any work not explicitly included in the Project Scope Statement is implicitly excluded from the project.
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