Technical knowledge project management

Technical knowledge project management

topic : Technical knowledge project management

Your Course Project Part 2 is due this week. Please see the Course Project Overview page located in the Introduction and Resources module for further details. Remember to use the templates provided.

Note: Integrate Sections A, B, C, D, E, F, and G in an single document.

Rubric for technical knowledge project management

LMA.MGMT404.JUL20
 
LMA.MGMT404.JUL20
Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction

15 to >13.0 pts

Excellent
The introduction clearly summarizes all of key aspects of the project, including: project description, goals and objectives, project team management approach, and impact of the internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects.

13 to >11.0 pts

Competent
The introduction clearly summarizes most of the key aspects of the project, including: project description, goals and objectives, project team management approach, and impact of the internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects.

11 to >9.0 pts

Fair
The introduction clearly summarizes few of the key aspects of the project, including: project description, goals and objectives, project team management approach, and impact of the internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects.

9 to >1.0 pts

Poor
The introduction does not include most of the key aspects of the project, including: project description, goals and objectives, project team management approach, and impact of the internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects.

1 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The introduction is missing.
15 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProject Charter

20 to >18.0 pts

Excellent
The 11 elements of the project charter are clearly described and all the questions in the assignment have been addressed.

18 to >16.0 pts

Competent
Most of the 11 elements of the project charter have been described and/or most of the questions in the assignments have been addressed.

16 to >14.0 pts

Fair
Some elements of the project charter have been described clearly and/or some but not all of the questions in the assignment have been addressed.

14 to >12.0 pts

Poor
The project charter does not contain most of the 11 elements and/or most of the questions have not been addressed appropriately.

12 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The project charter is missing, only a few of the 11 elements and/or the questions have been addressed.
20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStakeholder Engagement Plan

20 to >18.0 pts

Excellent
All stakeholders are identified for the project and the stakeholder engagement plan contains all required elements.

18 to >16.0 pts

Competent
The stakeholder engagement plan contains most of the required elements for the listed stakeholders.

16 to >14.0 pts

Fair
The stakeholder engagement plan contains some of the required elements for the listed stakeholders.

14 to >12.0 pts

Poor
Only a few stakeholders are listed and most of the elements required for the stakeholder engagement plan are missing.

12 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The stakeholder engagement plan is absent or has just a few items related to stakeholders.
20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCommunications Management Plan

20 to >18.0 pts

Excellent
All stakeholders are listed on the communications management plan and the seven elements are addressed for each stakeholder.

18 to >16.0 pts

Competent
Most stakeholders are listed on the communications management plan or some of the elements are not addressed for each stakeholder.

16 to >14.0 pts

Fair
Some stakeholders are listed on the communications management plan or many elements are not addressed for each stakeholder.

14 to >12.0 pts

Poor
The communications management plan contains very few stakeholders or most elements are not addressed for each stakeholder.

12 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The communications management plan is not present or does not contain communication information for the stakeholders.
20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProject Scope Statement

20 to >18.0 pts

Excellent
The scope of the project is clearly defined and the 10 elements of the scope statement are addressed with appropriate detail.

18 to >16.0 pts

Competent
The scope of the project is defined but one or two of the elements of the scope statement are not addressed with adequate detail.

16 to >14.0 pts

Fair
The scope of the project is defined but many elements of the scope statement are not addressed with adequate detail.

14 to >12.0 pts

Poor
The scope statement is not defined well and/or most of the elements of the scope statement are not addressed with adequate detail.

12 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The scope statement is missing or only contains a few of the elements.
20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWork Breakdown Structure and Project Schedule

20 to >18.0 pts

Excellent
The work breakdown structure (WBS) and project schedule are created in MS Project or similar software and contain the appropriate work packages and activities for the project.

18 to >16.0 pts

Competent
The work breakdown structure (WBS) and project schedule are created in MS Project or similar software and contain most of the appropriate work packages and activities for the project.

16 to >14.0 pts

Fair
The work breakdown structure (WBS) and project schedule are created in MS Project or similar software and contain some of the appropriate work packages and activities for the project.

14 to >12.0 pts

Poor
The work breakdown structure (WBS) and project schedule are created in MS Project or similar software but lack most of the appropriate work packages and activities for the project.

12 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The work breakdown structure (WBS) and project schedule are not evident or only contain a few required elements.
20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeResource Allocation and Budget Reports

20 to >18.0 pts

Excellent
The project budget contains the required elements described in the assignment and resources are allocated for all applicable activities.

18 to >16.0 pts

Competent
Most of the elements of the project budget are described or some resources are not allocated for all the applicable activities.

16 to >14.0 pts

Fair
Most of the required elements of the project budget are not described or many resources are not allocated for the applicable activities.

14 to >12.0 pts

Poor
The project budget does not contain appropriate detail for the elements or most resources are not allocated for the applicable activities.

12 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The project budget and/or resource allocation is missing or very few of the required elements are present.
20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRisk Register

20 to >18.0 pts

Excellent
The risk register contains appropriate risks and all the elements of the risk register are completed for the risks.

18 to >16.0 pts

Competent
The risk register contains most of the required risks and/or some elements of the risk register not completed.

16 to >14.0 pts

Fair
The risk register contains some of the required risks and/or many elements of the risk register are not completed.

14 to >12.0 pts

Poor
The risk register contains very few of the required risks and/or most elements are not completed on the risk register.

12 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The risk register is missing or only has a few risks that are not addressed completely.
20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat and Writing Quality, including APA Formatting

10 to >9.0 pts

Excellent
The document includes the appropriate content and sections. The paper is written using a professional tone. The document is APA-compliant with accurate in-text citations supporting full citations on the reference page. The report contains no spelling, grammar, typographical, or formatting errors. Writing quality is excellent, clear, organized, and professional.

9 to >8.0 pts

Competent
Most of the following items are met: The document includes the appropriate content and sections. The paper is written using a professional tone. The document is APA-compliant with accurate in-text citations supporting full citations on the reference page. The report contains no spelling, grammar, typographical, or formatting errors. Writing quality is excellent, clear, organized, and professional.

8 to >7.0 pts

Fair
Some of the following items are met: The document includes the appropriate content and sections. The paper is written using a professional tone. The document is APA-compliant with accurate in-text citations supporting full citations on the reference page. The report contains no spelling, grammar, typographical, or formatting errors. Writing quality is excellent, clear, organized, and professional.

7 to >6.0 pts

Poor
A few of the following items are met: The document includes the appropriate content and sections. The paper is written using a professional tone. The document is APA-compliant with accurate in-text citations supporting full citations on the reference page. The report contains no spelling, grammar, typographical, or formatting errors. Writing quality is excellent, clear, organized, and professional.

6 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
Nearly all of the following items are not met: The document includes the appropriate content and sections. The paper is written using a professional tone. The document is APA-compliant with accurate in-text citations supporting full citations on the reference page. The report contains no spelling, grammar, typographical, or formatting errors. Writing quality is excellent, clear, organized, and professional.
10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion

10 to >9.0 pts

Excellent
The conclusion clearly describes the theoretical and technical knowledge applied to manage the course project successfully and provides a self evaluation on how successfully the project management concepts, techniques, and skills have been applied to the course project.

9 to >8.0 pts

Competent
The conclusion describes most of the theoretical and technical knowledge applied to manage the course project successfully and provides a self evaluation on how successfully the project management concepts, techniques, and skills have been applied to the course project.

8 to >7.0 pts

Fair
The conclusion briefly describes some the theoretical and technical knowledge applied to manage the course project successfully and provides a self evaluation on how successfully the project management concepts, techniques, and skills have been applied to the course project.

7 to >6.0 pts

Poor
The conclusion lacks most of the theoretical and technical knowledge applied to manage the course project successfully and/or does not provide a self evaluation on how successfully the project management concepts, techniques, and skills have been applied to the course project.

6 to >0 pts

Unacceptable
The conclusion does not describe any theoretical and technical knowledge applied to manage the course project successfully and does not provide a self evaluation on how successfully the project management concepts, techniques, and skills have been applied to the course project.
10 pts

 This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUGB.PROJ2020-A

Apply a broad theoretical and technical understanding of the project management discipline to manage projects successfully.
threshold: 0.5 pts

1 pts

Excellent: The application of theoretical and technical understanding of the project management discipline to manage projects successfully is strongly evident in the student’s submission.

0.75 pts

Competent: The application of theoretical and technical understanding of the project management discipline to manage projects successfully is mostly evident in the student’s submission.

0.5 pts

Fair: The application of theoretical and technical understanding of the project management discipline to manage projects successfully is somewhat evident in the student’s submission.

0.25 pts

Poor: The application of theoretical and technical understanding of the project management discipline to manage projects successfully is only slightly evident in the student’s submission.

0 pts

Unacceptable: The application of theoretical and technical understanding of the project management discipline to manage projects successfully is not evident in the student’s submission.
1 pts

 This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUGB.PROJ2020-B

Evaluate the various project management concepts and techniques used in the management of projects.
threshold: 0.5 pts

1 pts

Excellent: An evaluation of various project maangement concepts and techniques used in the management of projects is clearly evident in the student’s submission.

0.75 pts

Competent: An evaluation of various project management concepts and techniques used in the management of projects is mostly evident in the student’s submission.

0.5 pts

Fair: An evaluation of various project management concepts and techniques used in the management of projects is somewhat evident in the student’s submission.

0.25 pts

Poor: An evaluation of various project management concepts and techniques used in the management of projects is only slightly evident in the student’s submission.

0 pts

Unacceptable: An evaluation of various project management concepts and techniques used in the management of projects is not evident in the student’s submission.
1 pts

 This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUGB.PROJ2020-C

Implement innovative project approaches to solve specialized business problems in predictable and unpredictable environments.
threshold: 0.5 pts

1 pts

Excellent: The implementation of innovative project approaches to solve specialized business problems in predictable and unpredictable environments is clearly evident in the student’s submission.

0.75 pts

Competent: The implementation of innovative project approaches to solve specialized business problems in predictable and unpredictable environments is mostly evident in the student’s submission.

0.5 pts

Fair: The implementation of innovative project approaches to solve specialized business problems in predictable and unpredictable environments is somewhat evident in the student’s submission.

0.25 pts

Poor: The implementation of innovative project approaches to solve specialized business problems in predictable and unpredictable environments is only slightly evident in the student’s submission.

0 pts

Unacceptable: The implementation of innovative project approaches to solve specialized business problems in predictable and unpredictable environmentst is not evident in the student’s submission.
1 pts

 This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUGB.PROJ2020-D

Manage complex professional and technical activities and to navigate risk in various contexts within the project management framework.
threshold: 0.5 pts

1 pts

Excellent: The management of professional and technical activities and the navigation risk in various contexts within the project management framework is clearly evident in the student’s submission.

0.75 pts

Competent: The management of professional and technical activities and the navigation risk in various contexts within the project management framework is mostly evident in the student’s submission.

0.5 pts

Fair: The management of professional and technical activities and the navigation risk in various contexts within the project management framework is somewhat evident in the student’s submission.

0.25 pts

Poor: The management of professional and technical activities and the navigation risk in various contexts within the project management framework is only slightly evident in the student’s submission.

0 pts

Unacceptable: The management of professional and technical activities and the navigation risk in various contexts within the project management frameworkt is not evident in the student’s submission.
1 pts

 This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeUGB.PROJ2020-E

Assess the impact of internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects.
threshold: 0.5 pts

1 pts

Excellent: Assessing the impact of internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects is clearly evident in the student’s submission.

0.75 pts

Competent: Assessing the impact of internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects is mostly evident in the student’s submission.

0.5 pts

Fair: Assessing the impact of internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects is somewhat evident in the student’s submission.

0.25 pts

Poor: Assessing the impact of internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects is only slightly evident in the student’s submission.

0 pts

Unacceptable: Assessing the impact of internal and external factors that may promote or hinder individual decisions and the management of people, procedures, processes, and projects is not evident in the student’s submission.
1 pts
Total Points: 180

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Course Project Part 2 (Due Week 8)
The Course Project Part 2 assignment is the integration of all the sections that you have covered in the previous weeks (Introduction and Sections A through E) plus Sections F, G, and the Conclusion. Part 2 should be completely integrated and presented in a logical order, written professionally and free of spelling and grammar errors, and updated with any changes that occurred along the way, including corrections and advice provided by your professor.

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Section F: Resource Allocation and Budget Reports
To complete this section, you must continue working on your MS Project file and add the information in the Week 5 Getta Byte project video.

Step 1: Allocate resources.
Step 2: Review costs.
Step 3: Analyze your resource allocation and assignments.
Step 4: Print the Gantt chart.
Step 5: Print resource allocation report.
Step 6: Print the project budget report.
Note: Microsoft Project is a project management information system (PMIS) designed to aid project managers in the development of schedules, assigning of resources, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads for projects. In this course, the Microsoft Project schedule is created in Section E and completed in Section F after adding the allocation and budgeting of resources.

Section G: Risk Register
Use the Risk Register Template spreadsheet to complete your assignment.

Identify and analyze your project risks.
Plan and implement risk responses.
Monitor the project risks.
Instructions

Review the Week 6 Getta Byte Software Risk Management video located in the Week 6 Lesson; the video provides examples of 3 negative risks.
Apply the risk management process learned in the Week 6 reading assignments (i.e., Chapter 11 of the Contemporary Project Management textbook and Part 1 Section 11 of the PMBOK® Guide. to identify, assess, and plan risk responses for five positive and five negative risks other than the examples provided in the video using the Risk Register Template located in the Project Templates section below.
For the risk identification process, be sure to assess the following process inputs: 1) Internal and external enterprise environmental factors and 2) the organizational process assets. Next, proceed to complete the following identification columns in the Risk Register Template.
Category
Risk Name
Risk Description
Risk Owner
Reason/Root Cause
Effect/Impact on Project Objectives
For the assessment process complete the following columns.
Probability of occurrence
Impact/Cost
Impact/Time
Impact/Quality
Risk Score (i.e., probability times impact)
For the Plan Risk Response process complete the following columns.
Risk Response Strategy
Cost
Note: The risks identified in the Week 6 Getta Byte project video are negative risk examples.

Conclusion
Instructions

Describe how the student applied theoretical and technical knowledge of the project management discipline to manage the course project successfully.
Conduct a short self evaluation on how successfully the project management concepts, techniques, and skills have been applied to the course project.

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