You will be creating subsidiary management plans of a Project Management Plan using
the information found in the case study provided. 
  
The plans must contain, but not limited to, the following plan components:
 Project goals and objectives
 Project scope statement
 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
 Project schedule
  
Your written project goals, project objectives and scope statement should consist of 1500
words.

i am attaching the case study
only use the table/ data provided under part of the assessment.Scope and Time Management Plans

You will be creating subsidiary management plans of a Project Management Plan using
the information found in the case study provided.
For this Assessment, you are responsible for submitting the project scope and time management
plans for the case study. The plans must contain, but not limited to, the following plan components:
 Project goals and objectives

 Project scope statement

 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

 Project schedule

For the project scope statement and WBS, you can use the templates found in this module’s Learning
Resources or a format of your own. For the project schedule, you are responsible for submitting a
schedule and a network diagram using the critical path method (CPM). Your schedule can be created
using scheduling software e.g. ProjectLibre or Microsoft Project. Your network diagram can be hand drawn and scanned or created using drawing tools e.g. in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint.
Your written project goals, project objectives and scope statement should consist of 1500
words.

Learning Resources

Heldman, K. (2013). PMP Project Management Professional Exam Study Guide (7th ed.). Indianapolis,
IN: Wiley.
 Chapter 3: Planning the Project Scope Statement
 Chapter 4: Creating the Project Schedule
Kheder, M. (2014). Project Scope Management (Streaming video). Retrieved from

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wvk9DZEgtw

ProjectLibre. (n.d.). ProjectLibre: Open source replacement of Microsoft Project [Software download].
Retrieved from http://www.projectlibre.org/
Project Management Institute. (2017). A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK Guide®) (6th ed.). Newtown Square, Pennsylvania: Project Management Institute.

http://ezp.tua.edu.au/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=ip,url,uid&db=nlebk&AN=565869&site=eds-live&scope=site

Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth (2014). Project Scheduling (Streaming video). Retrieved from

http://torrens.eblib.com.ezp.tua.edu.au/patron/FullRecord.aspx?p=1575628PROJ6002 – Project Planning and Budgeting
Trimester 3/2020

National Symposium Project

Planning and implementing a national symposium for a society that will draw about 1000

attendees is a major project. As the event is not for profit, the registration fee is $1,250

per attendee for a 3-day symposium with free access to all arranged workshops. The tasks

involved in hosting such an event are considerable and involve selecting a program

committee, choosing a theme, contacting exhibitors, making local arrangements, planning

the program, and on and on. Gold Coast is selected as host city/chapter for the 2020

Annual December Symposium. The objectives for the event are three: (1) to deliver a

high-quality, value added program that would be useful and last for years to come, (2) to

offer a social and guest program that would reflect well on the host city, and (3) to meet

strict financial criteria. The first task after selecting the city and hotel facilities is to put

together the project team and chairperson. This includes managers in charge of each of

the tracks, the social program, the local arrangements, and all the other details.

The project team needs to organize this event using a functional approach. The Gold Coast

officers have most of the primary responsibilities, with members from five other business

partners assisting in other duties. Next is the development of the work breakdown

structure and the Gantt chart of activity schedules. As shown in Table 1, scheduling all the

work for a major event such as this is an overwhelming effort. For the 2020 Symposium,

the technical program offered 22 workshops composed of 70 technical papers, special

panel discussions, and case studies.

The technical tracks include engineering and construction, pharmaceuticals, utilities,

software, automotive, R&D, defence, education, and manufacturing. The workshops

include sessions on preparing for professional certifications, learning about Taguchi

concepts of statistical quality control, and future practices. All of these also require

careful scheduling. The vendor program includes exhibits by dozens of vendors and a

large number of showcase sessions for in-depth demonstrations of their wares. The social

program includes a golf tournament, numerous social activities to meet with colleagues,

tours of Pittsburgh’s attractions, and a wide variety of entertainment opportunities. All
in all, a symposium is as difficult a project as many firms face in their competitive markets.

Your tasks:

This case study provides you with an opportunity of drawing on your acquired project

planning, scheduling, budgeting and quality management skills and materials covered in

this course. Overall, you are responsible for developing a project scope statement

document, a project schedule, a cost management plan and a quality management plan

for the case study.

Specific tasks:

A group of maximum 2 students is requir




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