Scope and Time Management Plan Assignment - Laureate International Universities
This assessment has two parts: Module 2 Discussion Activity (Part A) and Scope and Time Management documentation (Part B).
Part A – Module 2 Discussion Activity
How might changes to project scope affect the project's schedule, and how would a project manager formally communicate such variances to project stakeholders?
Provide an initial discussion of approximately 250 words by the first half of Module 2. Respond with approximately 250 words for each feedback/comment to at least one fellow student’s discussion by the end of Module 2 (Total 500 words for Assessment 1 Part A).
Part B – Scope and Time Management Plans
In this subject, you will be creating key components of a Project Management Plan using the information found in your selected Case Study. The case study (or a selection of) will be provided by your learning facilitator at the commencement of the subject.
In modules 1, 2 and 3, you will work individually or in a group of 2-3 students on a given/approved Case Study. For Assessment 1 Part B, you are responsible for submitting the following components of your project scope and time management plans that contain:
Project goals and objectives
Project scope statement
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
For the project scope statement and WBS, you can use the templates found in this module’s Learning Resources or a format of your own. For the project schedule, you are responsible for submitting a schedule and a network diagram using the critical path method (CPM). Your schedule can be created using scheduling software e.g. ProjectLibre or Microsoft Project. Your network diagram can be hand-drawn and scanned or created using drawing tools e.g. in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint.
Your written project goals, project objectives and scope statement should consist of 800 words/student.
Complete and submit your Scope and Time Management Plan individually or in a group of 2 to 3 students by the end of Module 3. If your submission is in group, only one group member to submit the assessment. Each group member is required to submit a contribution form.