Consider stakeholder perspectives and communication needs as well as typical project risks and issues.

Consider stakeholder perspectives and communication needs as well as typical project risks and issues.

successful project implementations that support business goals. Strides in project management have been achieved through a consistent approach to project management as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide), Fifth Edition, 2013. Specifically, the five phases of project management—understand the key deliverables and activities within each phase of this framework in order to achieve business goals.

This project will be a complete project management plan. The plan will be comprised of standard templates used by organizations across all industries. For parts one and two, use two different case studies from the attached resource. For the final project, use a third case study from the attached resources, the HighTower Global Solutions case study, as the foundation for the plan. Consider stakeholder perspectives and communication needs as well as typical project risks and issues. At the end, you will have a complete project management plan that supports a typical project for an organization.

As defined in the critical elements, the following parts utilize the following:

Part One utilizes the Fabricant Manufacturing Project case study
Part Two utilizes the ECO-Trans case study.
The final project utilizes the HighTower Global Solutions case study.
The final project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following outcomes:

Develop project charters that illustrate the high-level scope of the project as it aligns to organizational strategic needs
Analyze internal and external stakeholder needs for efficiently navigating organizational structures
Determine proper approaches to defining business requirements for aligning with business strategies
Utilize project management software for effectively developing project management plans
Develop key project management control documents for ensuring effective management plan scope descriptions
Evaluate agile and waterfall methods for successful project execution
Determine approaches for project closure that inform ongoing best practices in project management planning
Prompt

Throughout the course, you have been working through the phases of the project management life cycle to develop components for a project management plan that addresses the organizational needs of the organization highlighted in two case studies: the Fabricant Manufacturing Project (Milestone One) and the ECO- Trans case study (Milestone Two). Your instructor and peers have provided feedback for you to consider along the way. Now, you have the background knowledge and the information necessary to complete your project management plan, which utilizes the HighTower Global Solutions case study, available in MindEdge.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

I. Part One_Project Initiation

Identify the economic, technical, and organizational feasibility of the project. For instance, how is the project a viable fit within the organization?
Explain how the project aligns to the organization’s strategic goals utilizing the traceability matrix (in Mindedge).
Develop a project charter that includes a high-level scope of what is to be accomplished.
Create a high-level timeline and cost estimate to complete the project.
Identify the concerns of the internal and external key project stakeholders.
Compare the level of support from all key project stakeholders to inform the course of action resulting in success of the project.
Complete the stakeholder analysis template.
Consider stakeholder perspectives and communication needs as well as typical project risks and issues.

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