While a five-week course barely covers the full range of responsibilities of a project manager, it should have given you a solid perspective on what does it take to manage a project. Now that you have a basic understanding of the project management life cycle, it is your turn to share what you have learned.
The Project Management Final Paper needs to include screenshot examples and explanations of project selection form, project scope template, work breakdown structures (WBS), and the Gantt chart created in prior weeks. Be sure to update these examples based on: (a) any new criteria presented in these instructions, (b) any feedback you received on the previous assignments, (c) any knowledge you obtained in the class, and/or (d) any additional information you obtained during your research so that your final paper can reflect project management best practices.
Include the following elements in your paper:
Introduce the paper and highlight what the paper will include.
Explain what a project is and how project management can contribute to an organization’s success.
Briefly outline the five process groups in the project management life cycle.
Explain the pre-planning stage of the project management lifecycle.
Explain project management terms, tools, and techniques that are applicable to the pre-planning/project selection stage.
Describe the elements of the project selection form.
Provide an example of a project selection form.
Explain the purpose of a project selection form.
Insert an updated and corrected copy of the project selection form from week 1 to use as an example.
Explain the elements of the project selection form and their importance.
Explain the planning process of the project management lifecycle.
Explain project management terms, tools, and techniques that are applicable to the planning stage.
Explain the purpose of the project scope statement and all the terms used in the project scope template.
Project Scope Statement
Out of Scope (Exclusions)
Project Acceptance Criteria
Insert a corrected and updated screenshot of your project scope template from week 2 into your final paper.
Be sure to use the feedback you received and what you learned in the class
If you need help with obtaining a screenshot or embedding an image, then please review these tutorials: See How to Use the Snipping Tool in Windows 10 [Tutorial]. (Links to an external site.)
Explain the work breakdown structure (WBS), project milestones, and the critical path.
Explain how these elements relate to your project’s status.
Create a work breakdown structure (WBS) in the ProjectLibre or modify the example you created in week 3, incorporating both instructor and peer feedback (as applicable).
Include a screenshot of the WBS as an example in your paper. (Make sure the example contains the appropriate level of details, so the reader understands the full context of the project without assuming anything.)
Explain the executing process group of the project management lifecycle.
Explain project management terms, tools, and techniques that are applicable to executing the project.
Explain the change control process.
Monitoring and Controlling
Explain the monitoring and controlling within the project management lifecycle.
Explain project management terms, tools, and techniques that are applicable to monitoring and controlling the project.
Explain the closing process within the project management lifecycle.
Explain project management terms, tools, and techniques that are applicable to closing a project or phase.
Explain what a “Lessons Learned” report is and highlight its importance for future projects within the organization.
Conclude the paper by reiterating how project management improves an organization’s success and highlighting the importance of using the five process groups for accomplishing a project’s objectives. (Review the Writing Center’s page on Introductions and Conclusions (Links to an external site.)for more information.)
Introduce the paper and highlight what the paper will include.
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