Scope Statement will provide an approved scope for the project that will guide work efforts and align resource commitments. Requirements Management Plan will provide a process to gather, analyze, document and manage to deliver of project requirements. Given the broad range of expectations for the new HRIS, it will be important to align on consistent scope. Statement of Requirements will provide an approved set of requirements for the project that will guide work efforts and align resource commitments. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) will breakdown project scope and requirements into groups of component tasks that will be manageable Schedule Management Plan will provide a process to gather, analyze, develop and control the schedule of project activities.
Activity 1 Describe the purpose of the operational plan and describe its relationship to the strategic plan. An operational plan sets specific projects or activities (consistent with the strategic plan) that will be conducted, and the timetable and resources needed for completing those projects or activities is a detailed document that outlines how the organisations strategic goals are able to be achieved. They are known as action plans or tactical plans. Whilst a Strategic plan is the process of comprehensive, integrative program planning that considers, at a minimum, the future of current decisions, overall policy, organisational development, and links to operational plans. An operational plan will include details of: •
These stages must be followed in the proper order for the policy to be completed properly and successful. The stages have a direct impact on one another and are typically referred to as a cycle. When the policy is being evaluated, it may reveal issues within the policy that need to be addressed. Each of these stages will need to be repeated and reviewed. This will ensure that errors and mistakes are reduced or eliminated when implementing policy.
PART 1 Q1. Explain how you will identify and understand the scope of the project you have been assigned? What documentation do you think you will need to source? In order to define the scope of a project, it is necessary to first establish the project objectives and it is the role of the project manager to see that their team or contractors deliver a result that meets the specified functions and features. To define a project scope, you must first identify the following things: • Project objectives • Goals • Sub-phases • Tasks • Resources • Budget • Schedule in the case of Red, it is the responsibility of the project manager to clearly communicate what the project is, who requires it, why, what is it designed to achieve, resources available, who will be involved and who will be affected by the end result.
The first step in setting personal goals in life is to establish what you want to accomplish in life, usually we each have the same goals we focus on. What changes do you want to make in your personal life? • Career-What level do you want to reach in your career? • Income-How much do you want to earn? • Education-Is there any knowledge you want to acquire in particular?
What are the characteristics which help differentiate projects from other functions carried out in the daily operations of the organization? What are some of the business and other developments that have increased the importance of effective project management? Why is the implementation of projects important to strategic planning in business organizations? Question 2. What is meant by an integrative approach to project management?
We need to keep an open mind and understand where the other person is coming from. As a team, we need to learn how to reach a common ground and compromise in order for the task to be successful. Also need use the assertive style of communication to enhance the teamwork. Slide 9 Feedback Identify the situation first. Some might need immediate feedback, such as correcting an action or giving direction Feedback can be provided to acknowledge task completion.
These actions are carried out at the time of risk occurrence. So, these options should be time bound. c List the steps you may follow in developing a performance plan in your organisation Identify the desired performance levels, Identify how these performance levels will be achieved, provide guidance and direction, measure progress towards desired performance levels, specify goals for development, performance measures, actions required to achieve goals and an indication of time needed to achieve goals. d What are the