Describe How the Stakeholders will Affect the Project.

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Risk Management Plan

Health and Safety Plan

Change Management Plan

 

SKU: OPR002456

Project Plan

1. Overview
Provide essential information like:
1. objectives/purpose of project
2. Who the client is
3. actual budget
4. actual start/finish dates

2. Project Scope
2.1 Scope Included
 Include scope from proposal
 Identify any changes/modifications to the scope
2.2 Scope Excluded
 Include scope from proposal
 Identify any changes/modifications to the scope

3. Organisation
3.1 Organisational Boundaries and Interfaces
• Identity external stakeholders the project is dependent on and who are affected by the project result (e.g. the client, sub-contractors, suppliers, and any other organisational entities (such as the bank) that interact with the project).
• State the relationship these stakeholders have to the project.
• Describe how the stakeholders will affect the project.
• Describe the effect of the project outcome on the stakeholders.

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3.2 Subcontractors/Suppliers

A Subcontractor is an external organisation that is contracted to provide the project with a specified product, knowledge or service.
A Supplier is an external organisation contributing to the project with an existing product that is incorporated into a project deliverable (e.g. a database system) or used for project support (e.g. tool, equipment).
• In the table below, for each deliverable (from your project proposal), identify all sub-contractors or suppliers (include names).
• State any special arrangements or procedures in the Comments column that will be used.

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4. Project Budget
For this section, you will have to do the following:
1. Project Budget
2. ‘Budget by Month’ and ‘Budget by Project Task’ from the ‘excel spread sheets’

5. Work Schedules
For this section, you will have to do the following:
1. Print a finalised ‘Gantt Chart’ that includes the ‘Baseline’
2. Print off the following ‘Reports’ from your MS Project:
a. Completed tasks
b. Who does what when
c. Resource Usage

6. Risk Management Plan
1. In the ‘Risk’ column, identify 3 risks for the project
2. In the ‘Consequence factor’ column, identify the consequence the risk could have on the project
3. In the ‘Probability factor’ column, identify the probability of the risk occurring
4. In the ‘Impact factor’ column, identify the impact the risk could have on the project
5. In the ‘Risk Management Options’ identify which option you would utilise to management the risk
6. In the ‘Strategies’ discuss the strategies you would use to management the risk (in line with Risk Management Options)
7. In the ‘Rank’ column, rank the 3 hazards in order of impact to the organisation
Risk Consequence Factor Probability Factor Impact Factor Risk Management

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7. Health and Safety Plan
1. In the ‘Hazard’ column identify 3 hazards in the project
2. In the ‘Type of hazard’ column, identify whether the hazard relates to Health or Safety
3. In the ‘Probability’ column identify the probability of the hazards occurring
4. In the ‘Hazard Management’ column identify if you will eliminate, isolate or minimise the hazard
5. In the ‘Strategies’ column discuss what strategies you would use to eliminate, isolate or minimise the hazard
6. In the ‘Review Period’ column identify when you would review the hazard again

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8. Quality Management Plan
1. In the ‘Deliverable’ column, Identify 2 deliverables of the project and put one in each of the boxes
2. In the boxes under the ‘Actions’ column, describe standards for ‘quality planning‘, explain the acceptance decisions for ‘quality control’ and describe how you would audit the project to ensure ‘quality assurance’
3. In the ‘Who is responsible?’ column identify who will be responsible for actions identified in the previous columns
4. In the ‘When’ column, identify when will the actions be undertaken

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9. Change Management Plan
1. In the ‘Request Title’ column identify the request
2. In the ‘Date if Request’ column, identify the date the request was submitted
3. In the ‘Originator’ column, identify who ask for the request
4. In the ‘Assigned to’ column, identify who will be responsible for this request (within the project team)
5. In the ‘Date of Response’ column, identify when the project team responded to the request
6. In the ‘Status’ column, identify if the request is ‘open’ or ‘closed’
7. In the ‘Date request closed’ column, identify ‘the date the requested was ‘closed’

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10. Communication and Reporting Plan
1. In the ‘Type of Communication’ column identify the type of report (communication)
2. In the ‘Method’ column, identify method of communicating the report
3. In the ‘Date of Communication’ column, identify when the report will be requested
4. In the ‘Frequency’ column, identify the frequency of the reports
5. In the ‘Information Discussed’ column, identify what will be contained in the report
6. In the ‘Participants’ column, identify who will be part of the communication

OPO611. Conclusion and Recommendations
The conclusions section provides an effective ending to your project. The content should relate directly to the objectives of the project as stated in the overview and sum up the essential features of your project.                                     a)states whether you have achieved your aims                                                                                                                       b)gives a brief summary of the key findings or information from your project

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