Subject Code and Title: PROJ6003 Project Execution and Control
Assessment: Assessment 1: Change Management (2 parts) Part A: Module 1-2 Discussion Forum
Part B: Change Control
Individual/Group: Part A: Individual
Part B: Individual/Group
Length: Part A: 750 words
Part B: 1500 words/student
Learning Outcomes: . 1. Draw on tools and techniques of sourcing project data, develop a range of processes and measures
to manage scope, change and quality on complex global projects
Submission: Part A: Post by end of Module 2.
Part B: By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday end of Module 3
Weighting: 50% (Part A: 15%; Part B: 35%)
Part A: 15 marks Part B: 35 marks
During project execution, project managers ensure that project work is completed as specified in the Project Management Plan and according to project requirements. Requirements may change throughout the course of a project. Changes need to be controlled, ensuring all of their impacts upon the project are managed effectively and are incorporated into existing management plans and project baselines.
The process of directing and managing project work requires project managers to take on numerous responsibilities and to exhibit characteristics such as attention to detail, constant communication and effective leadership.
For this Assessment refer to the assessment case study found in Key Learning Resources.
There are two parts for this assessment: 1 Discussion Forum (Part A) that prepares students to write a Change Management Plan (Part B).
Each student will construct an initial response in approximately 500 words to the following questions and post on the Module discussion forums. Students will be graded individually on how students demonstrate/share project change management theories and contribute to the general discussion of the topic over weeks 2, 3 & 4 as well as their 250-words written response. The initial and responding posts must be submitted by the end of Module 2 (Total 750 words).
Part A: Module 1-2 Discussion Forums
Managing Project Changes
Why is change management a necessary component of project management? Consider the given case study, critically analyse and identify key issues that could lead to any necessary changes in the project. What processes or strategies do you think would work best to perform the identified change requests from the case study?
Part A – Complete your posts by the end of Module 2.
Part B: Change Control
Based upon the given case study, in groups or as an individual, develop a report on change control. In the report:
The written part of your change control report should consist of 1500 words/student.
If you work in group, nominate a group leader and this group leader will submit the assessment on behalf of the group.
Complete and submit your change control report by the end of Module 3.
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