Identifying Problems, Solving It by Practical Projects, Formulating Problem Statements, Designing a Project Charter and Explaining the Project Objective in Detail.

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Identifying problems, solving it by practical projects, formulating problem statements, designing a project charter and explaining the project objective in detail.

BY

M.A. van Rensburg
STUDENT NO: 77899741

DAPM01M - 807109

UNISA

20 May 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1: LITERATURE STUDY
1. INTRODUCTION 3
2. REAL PROBLEMS SOLVED BY PRACTICAL PROJECTS 3
3. PROBLEM STATEMENT FOR PRACTICAL PROJECT 4
4. PROJECT CHARTER 4
5 PURPOSE - BREAK- UP INTO PROJECT OBJECTIVES: DESCRIBED BY WHAT, HOW & WHEN TO BE ACHIEVED 5
6. CONCLUSION 6

7. BIBLIOGRAPHY 7

CHAPTER 1
LITERATURE STUDY

1. INTRODUCTION

2.
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Examples of roles include the Project Sponsor, Project Board and Project Manager. Then summarize each of the primary responsibilities of each role identified.
Structure: Once you have a clear view of the roles needed to undertake the project, you can depict the reporting lines between those roles within a Project Organization Chart.
Step 3: Plan the Approach to Implementation
You now have a solid definition of what the project needs to achieve and how it will be organized to achieve it. The next step is to describe the implementation approach as follows:
Implementation Plan: To provide the Customer and Stakeholders with confidence that the project implementation has been well thought through, create an Implementation Plan listing the phases, activities and timeframes involved in undertaking the project.
Milestones: In addition, list any important milestones and describe why they are critical to the project. A milestone is typically an important project event, such as the achievement of a key deliverable.
Dependencies: List any key dependencies and their criticality to the project. A dependency is defined as an activity that is likely to impact on the project during its life cycle.
Resource Plan: Create a plan which summarizes the resources involved in undertaking the project by listing the labor, equipment and materials needed. Then budget the financial resources needed.
Step 4: List the Risks and Issues
The final step taken to complete your Project

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