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BSBPMG522 Undertake project work

BSBPMG522 Undertake project work A project manager has asked you to help him. The project manager has failed in a previous project, and there were major problems. He wants to learn from his mistakes. Read the specific information, in the box below. He has been offered another project; to manage the installation of another new kitchen, in an office location. He does not want the same negative experiences or failures, as before – he is desperate to make sure everything works, this time. Prepare a project scope and project plan, assume costs for a budget and prepare this. Attach any other project management tools, which you believe will assist him to plan the project. Also provide a comprehensive checklist of what he should do, in the future, to be an effective project manager. Design a checklist and attach, to identify all aspects to be closed off, as part of the project review. Situation A small project he managed failed to meet all requirements. The project scope was to design, refurbish and fit out a new kitchen, for a small real estate office. The budget was blown out, so cheaper appliances had to be installed. Tradespeople are claiming extra overtime – they say there was not enough time provided, in the first place. The installation of equipment did not fit, as the installers say the initial design was incorrect. None of the stakeholders have ever met, as the project manager was in control of everything. The customer is not happy and believes they now have an unworkable and substandard kitchen. Preparing a response to a Case Study A Case Study is designed for you to demonstrate your skills in reading, accurately interpreting and providing workable responses and strategies.  The focus is on terms, jargon, principles and concepts which have been discussed within your learning unit, or as research which you have undertaken. Prior to submitting your work, please ensure that your response meets the following requirements: Project Scope – clearly detailing what the project is all about Project Plan – to include headings and clearly defined information about different aspects to be included in to your plan. Project checklist – include all the steps which you have referred to in your Plan and ensure the list can be used by any Manager when managing projects. Quality outcomes Ensure that your submission is (i) grammatically correct (ii) error-free (iii) in simple English (iv) comprises of an average of 15 words for each sentence and, (vi) there are separate paragraphs for each new content/topics or discussions.  Include references to relevant legislation, which must be defined. Attach any models, tools, resources which could be used in an organisation to improve the Case Study situations presented.  (Tip:  Read all text aloud to identify any gaps and correct, and ask another person to proofread to check for accuracy – before you submit). A minimum of 1,500 words is required (attachments are not to be included in word count).   Authentication In submitting this work, I confirm that all responses have been presented in my own words.  This is to demonstrate my knowledge, skills and accurate interpretation, research and presentation of responses to the Case Study presented.  ]]>

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