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Assignment 4: Communication and Risk

Due Week 8 and worth 75 points

In this assignment you are to submit the PowerPoint Presentation for the term paper. This is the first part of your term paper submission. Part A is a persuasive PowerPoint presentation of up to 15 slides that you will present to the Executive Committee of Fiction Corporation. Use the Notes Section of PowerPoint to give a brief overview of each slide.

The PowerPoint presentation must include the following:

1.     Introduction: project name, a brief description of the project, and deliverables of the project.

2.     Project organization: organizational charts and project responsibilities.

3.     Management and technical approaches: management objectives, Project controls, Project staffing, Technical processes.

4.     Work to perform: major work packages and deliverables.

5.     Project schedule: summary schedule.

6.     Project budget: summary budget.

7.     Use at least two (2) quality resources in this assignment.  Note:  Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.

Note: You will be graded on the quality of your slides, the logic/organization of the slides, your language skills, and your writing skills.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

·  Describe the knowledge and processes areas of project management in accordance to the Project Management Institute Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide.

·  Evaluate the different cost management factors in an IT project management context.

·  Identify how project management improves the success of information technology projects.

·  Use technology and information resources to research issues in IT project management.

·  Write clearly and concisely about issues in IT project management using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions