leadership project plan
In this assignment, youll build on your initial identification and then write a detailed plan that documents the implementation of your leadership project. Remember that we document our plan before we get to work on our project it helps to identify all thats required, to communicate with our team, and to track our progress. As we learn in MGMT 2000, a good project plan covers the following:
- Initial Identification this is the information from the previous assignment. (definition, need, goals, metrics.)
- Scope what are you going to do in this project? (remember our work from earlier this semester)
- Stakeholders who is involved and receiving benefit from the actions in your project?
- Tasks what exactly are the steps you need to take? What is the related timing? (remember this starts with Work Breakdown Structure.)
- Resources what people, materials, facilities, funds, will you need for this project?
- Major Milestones at what points will you check your work and assess your progress?
- Risks what could go wrong, and how might you respond to it?
This information is written as a combination of a narrative in Word that describes the initial identification, scope, stakeholders and risks; and a Project or Excel file (saved as a PDF) that details tasks, resources, timelines, resources and major milestones.
You need to build as much detail as possible in this assignment. Good project plans are at least a few pages long, not including the actual MS Project file.