The first challenge of project management is ensuring that a project is delivered within the defined constraints. The second challenge is the optimized allocation and integration of the inputs needed to meet those pre-defined objectives. (The Gale Group 2002)
The goal of the project is to create the initial planning documentation required to be established for all contract negotiations. This will include: project title, sponsor, main stakeholders involved and their contact details, the project manager and major deliverables expected.
The project will be designed under the following circumstances: The individual in charge of the project has been assigned as the Principal Consultant (of a 10 person team) to a new eCommerce project contracted by Brisbane City Council The goal of this person is to:
1. To create the initial planning documentation required to be established for all contract negotiations. This will include: project title, sponsor, main stakeholders involved and their contact details, the project manager and major deliverables expected.
2. The planning document will include a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) that will be utilized for the project. The WBS will require identification of ALL activities & tasks in the project and their description; person[s] responsible for each task; estimated and/or actual cost of all tasks; phase of the project.
Project scope simply refers to the size of the project in terms of what will be included and what will not. For the purpose of building a website for our imaginary online Halloween-goods business, let's say that our project scope will include:
A Web site design
5 pages of content
1 contact-us form
A Web store
Now that we know the scope of our ambitious one-month project, in terms of what will be included and the time we have to complete it, I will brainstorm a list of things outside the scope of this project - the inclusion of these things (or anything else) outside the scope of your project would constitute what's called scope creep. Let's say that our project scope will not include:
anything stored in a database
Multimedia like video or Flash Automatic
shipping/distribution ability (Hammer)
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