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“Resources are people, equipment, place, money, or anything else that you need i

“Resources are people, equipment, place, money, or anything else that you need in order to do all of the activities that you planned for” (Watt, 2014 pg. 120). This means every activity in your WBS activity list needs to have resources assigned to it. Before the resources are assigned to your project, you need to know their availability. Resource availability includes information about the types of resources you will use on your project when they’re available to you and the conditions of their availability. You are planning a dream house. Develop a work breakdown structure (WBS) for your home construction project, showing your Major Milestones and activity decomposition. Use the information from your WBS to develop a resource plan and Explain how you would use the tools and techniques discussed in class to accurately estimate your activity resources for this project

Projects that are not well designed can run over cost and/or time, a situation c

Projects that are not well designed can run over cost and/or time, a situation called scope creep. Scope creep can occur due to many factors, including the cost of materials increasing from an original quote, labour taking more time than estimated, or an element being added that is considered an improvement or left out of the original plan. Assume you were recently hired as a Project Manager by the Government of Canada to develop a large eco-friendly amusement park in Toronto. The project failed to stay within time or cost estimates, and you believe it is because you failed to develop a Work Breakdown Statement (WBS). You were granted an additional $4M and one additional year to complete the project.
Develop a WBS to reflect the scope of this project, showing the dependencies of the activities.
Apart from preventing scope creep, what are some of the other benefits of having a WBS?
You realize you will also need a Schedule Management Plan. Describe what is a Schedule Management Plan and state why it is necessary to have such a plan.

*Attached are assignments 1, 2, and 3 for reference* Building on your Week 1 IP,

*Attached are assignments 1, 2, and 3 for reference*
Building on your Week 1 IP, add monitor and control activities for both of the project plans from Week 3. Complete the following:
Describe how to use project performance metrics to find out project costs, schedule, scope, and quality status during project execution for the waterfall method and Agile scrum method.
Discuss the customer’s involvement during project execution for the waterfall and Agile scrum method and how to control project performance during the project life cycle.
Use the same Word file from Week 3. The new content for Week 4 should be about 1,000 words (2–3 new pages).

*Attached are assignments 1, 2, and 3 for reference* Building on your Week 1 IP,

*Attached are assignments 1, 2, and 3 for reference*
Building on your Week 1 IP, add monitor and control activities for both of the project plans from Week 3. Complete the following:
Describe how to use project performance metrics to find out project costs, schedule, scope, and quality status during project execution for the waterfall method and Agile scrum method.
Discuss the customer’s involvement during project execution for the waterfall and Agile scrum method and how to control project performance during the project life cycle.
Use the same Word file from Week 3. The new content for Week 4 should be about 1,000 words (2–3 new pages).

In the unit’s readings, we identify scope planning as the process that outlines

In the unit’s readings, we identify scope planning as the process that outlines the very first thing the project manager does to manage the scope of the project. This is the stage of the project life cycle where the project manager defines all work needed to successfully meet the Project Deliverables. This process leads to specifying the requirements to be measured, tested, and those things related to identified business needs or opportunities, and defined to a level of detail sufficient for running the system. Assume your project is to construct a large eco-friendly amusement park in the center of the city.
Based on your knowledge of who project stakeholder are, develop a comprehensive scope statement for this project.
Identify 5 techniques you could use to collect from your stakeholders for the requirements of this project.
Explain the interconnections between project scope, time, and cost.

Instructions on the Case Study Analysis In your analysis of this case, you must

Instructions on the Case Study Analysis
In your analysis of this case, you must ensure that you include the following:
• An introductory paragraph and a brief summary of Bamboo House India case study.
• An explanation of the concept of project planning and its importance to effective project management.
• Critically analyse how project planning was done in Bamboo House India
• Make at least three (3) recommendations for improving Bamboo House India’s planning OR if you believe there planning process was very well executed, describe three (3) instances where planning was done well – making specific references to the case.
• A short paragraph as conclusion.
All submissions must be done through the online Turnitin portal in Moodle. Percentage similarity MUST NOT exceed 15%.
Submission Instructions
Read the Case Study associated with the specific unit carefully, then proceed as follows:
1. Prepare a response that is 750 words (+/- 75 words, excluding title page and reference page), double-spaced and follows APA format, and referencing style.
2. While there is no “formula” for analyzing case studies, the following guidelines are recommended:
a. Define the goals and objectives for your analysis. What questions are you trying to answer and what issues are you trying to resolve?
b. Rapidly skim through the case study and get a sense for how the case study has been structured
c. Read through the case study with paper and pencil and make notes as you go along
3. Structure the information in the case study: this is the key step.
a. Whilst addressing the case questions, think of the information given in the case study as “raw data” that you have gathered to help you answer the questions and resolve the issues in Step 2a above.
b. You need to structure this information to resolve the issues. Here are some useful dimensions along which you can structure the given information chronologically:
i. evolution of the industry in which the enterprise operates (e.g., changes in technology, customer needs, competitive landscape)
ii. evolution of strategy – business, technology, and market – of the enterprise
iii. evolution of technology (including manufacturing), product platforms, and product lines of the enterprise
iv. the technology, product, and process development process within the enterprise
v. growth (or decline) of the enterprise with respect to market share, revenues, costs, profits, etc.
vi. organizational structure of the enterprise
vii. key decisions made at different stages in the life of enterprise, and the drivers for these decisions
viii. the interconnections and relationships between all the above factors
c. Make extensive use of figures, tables, trees, etc. to shape your thinking during the structuring process.
d. Perform any necessary analysis, for example, revenues or costs associated with different design options
4. Draw conclusions, answer questions, resolve issues, and make recommendations using the structured information in Step 3.