Develop a Project Scope, including a Work Breakdown Schedule (WBS), for your selected business, using the Project Management Plan template (Attached).
You are the project manager.
- Using the Project Plan Template (Attached), include the following in the Project Scope and Work Breakdown Schedule sections of your Project Management Plan:
- Project Scope Overview.
- This describes the background and context for the project and why it is being undertaken. This is the business value of the work being performed.
- Project Scope Description.
- Develop a scope section, including the types of deliverables, the life-cycle process, types of data, sources or databases, and organizations that are included in this project.
- Explain what is in scope and what is not in scope.
- Acceptance Criteria.
- Describe required work for successful project completion. This is to be only required work.
- List deliverables to be performed and not performed as part of this project. Indicate constraint(s), dependencies, assumptions, and mitigation strategies.
- Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
- Develop a work breakdown schedule. This includes an introduction and graphical representation of the totality of work identified in the Project Scope. Note: You may create graphical examples in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Visio and save as a .jpeg picture to be inserted into your plan.
- Utilize Project Management Plan template.
- References: There is no set number of references required for this assessment. Use scholarly or academic sources where applicable.
- Use the Project Scope and Work Breakdown Schedule components of the template provided.
- The Project Scope and WBS are professional documents and should therefore follow the corresponding MBA Academic and Professional Document Guidelines, including single-spaced paragraphs.
- Use APA style and format for references and in-text citations.
- Length: Utilize the template, including the title page and reference