Unit IV Mini Project
Risk Management Plan
Based on the project option you chose from Unit I and your previous decisions from Units II and III, you will need to write a
Risk Management Plan for your project. Be sure to identify and assess major and minor risks inherent to the project.
Decide on a response type. Develop a contingency plan for two to four identified risks. Assign your resources to the
project activities. Determine the best way to use the resources you want on multiple projects, and develop a contingency
play for your resources.
Unit V Mini Project
Using a template or Microsoft Project, create a detailed schedule for the project you chose in Unit I. It can be similar to the
one you created in Unit III, but you may need to tweak it a bit if the duration was not over two years. Then, prepare
another detailed schedule that crashes your project duration by nine months. Save both schedules as PDF files. Using
Microsoft Word, you also need to prepare a paper outlining how the scope and budget might be impacted by the crashed
schedule. Your paper should be at least 300 words. Submit both PDF versions of your schedule and the Word document
as one submission.
Unit VI Mini Project
High Performing Teams
Describe in your own words what you believe are the four most important characteristics of high-performing project teams
for your project. Tell why you believe each is so critical, explain how they are related to each other, and give at least two
specific examples from your project for each characteristic. If you outsourced any resources on your project, explain why
you outsourced and how that outsourced relationship helped or hindered your project. Would you use that resource
again? Why, or why not? Your assignment should be typed in Microsoft Word, be at least 300 words, and follow APA
Unit VII Mini Project
Project Closure Checklist
You are coming to the end of this course and the “closeout” of your project. Your assignment is to create a closeout
checklist for your specific project. Use Microsoft Word to create your checklist, and make sure to include details on what
steps you need to take to closeout your project and your communication method(s) in doing so. In addition include what, if
anything, could have been done differently to improve your project performance. Remember that each project you will
manage will be unique, but by creating a checklist for this project, you will have a model to use for future projects. The
checklist and your written summary should be a least one page long.
I have several things to upload so you can see what I have already started.
|Due By (Pacific Time)||08/11/2015 12:00 pm|
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