BREAKING IT DOWN: MASTERING PROJECT PLANNING

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BREAKING IT DOWN: MASTERING PROJECT PLANNING by Mind Map: BREAKING IT DOWN: MASTERING PROJECT PLANNING

1. Risks

1.1. Risk

1.1.1. Communication breakdown

1.2. Risk

1.2.1. Mismanagement of time and resources

1.3. Risk

1.3.1. Poor work quality / unfinished product

2. Schedule

2.1. Phase

2.1.1. Initiation and Planning

2.2. Phase

2.2.1. Execution / Monitoring and Controlling

2.3. Phase

2.3.1. Closing and Delivering

3. Scope

3.1. Included

3.1.1. Defining the WBS of Project Management by "Breaking It Down" step by step

3.1.2. Developing research to support the eBook while defining the project with the process.

3.1.3. Presenting the information in a technologically clean and satisfying manner.

3.2. Excluded

3.2.1. Monetary budget constraints/concerns

3.2.2. In-person meeting sites

4. Overview

4.1. Key People

4.1.1. Team of 5 students of varying backgrounds and ages, in pursuit of earning a degree

4.2. Description

4.2.1. Unraveling the steps of a project through a project manager's perspective during a project life cycle

4.3. Background

4.3.1. ACED 4820 - Project Management for Technical Leaders

4.4. Key Stakeholders

4.4.1. University Professor

5. Deliverables

5.1. Create and Complete eBook

5.1.1. Follow Rubric Guidelines

5.2. Deliver Presentation

5.2.1. Prioritize Quality of Concept

6. Constraints

6.1. Communication

6.1.1. Important for team members to be on the same page

6.2. People

6.2.1. Important for team members to understand their roles

6.3. Time

6.3.1. Important for team members to understand the deadlines and due dates of each phase