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1. Describe the different levels and types of resources required for producing each deliverable described in the assignment summary. The three levels of management required to produce each of the deliverables described are low-level management, middle-level management, and top-level management. Top-level managers are responsible for controlling and overseeing the entire organization and its operations. Middle-level managers are responsible for executing organizational plans, project management and communicating up and down the chain, and also complying with the company 's policies. These managers act at an intermediary or mediator between top-level management and low-level management. Low-level managers focus on controlling and directing…show more content…
Deliverable Definition Deliverable Structure of Deliverable Standards to Be Used Authority for Approval Resources Required to Complete this Project A graphical user interface (GUI) that will satisfy needs of data entry personnel Mapped structure Satisfaction of customer CIO Project Manager, Testing Team New GUI data fields with an existing ERP system Mapped structure Satisfaction of customer Change Manager Project Manager, Testing Team, Call Centre Agents Reports of upper management and order fulfillment resources Mapped structure Satisfaction of upper management Project Manager Change Manager An online user support manual for the data entry GUI Mapped structure Satisfaction of data entry personnel Project Manager Project Manager, Testing Team Training of the new interface Only training structure Customer satisfaction Change Manager Testing Team 6. Suggest at least three (3) benefits that could be derived from properly completing a deliverable definition table. Explain how each benefit could help the project management team in the scope definition process. By properly having a filled deliverable definition table the project manager can ensure that this approach will help formalize the validation of key program benefits, by ensuring that these deliverables are included in the project scope. The relationship between the deliverables and the scope will be easier to communicate to upper management and stakeholders. The

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