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Final Paper for PRM300 Project Management
There is a sample template of how the document should be formatted included.
The screenshot examples and explanations of the project selection form, project scope template, work breakdown structures (WBS), and Gantt chart developed in previous weeks must be included in the Project Management Final Paper. To ensure that your final paper reflects project management best practices, make sure to update these examples based on: (a) any new criteria presented in these instructions, (b) any feedback you received on previous assignments, (c) any knowledge you gained in class, and/or (d) any additional information you obtained during your research.
In your paper, include the following elements:
Introduce the paper and describe what it will contain.
Explain what a project is and how project management may aid in the success of a company.
Outline the five process groups in the project management life cycle in a few sentences.
Explain the project management lifecycle’s pre-planning stage.
Explain the vocabulary, tools, and strategies used in project management that are relevant to the pre-planning/project selection stage.
Describe the project selection form’s components.
Give an illustration of a project selection form.
Explain what a project selection form is for.
To use as an example, insert an updated and rectified copy of the project selection form from week 1.
Describe the components of the project selection form and their significance.
Explain the project management lifecycle’s planning procedure.
Explain the vocabulary, tools, and strategies used in project management that are relevant to the planning stage.
Explain the project scope statement’s purpose as well as all of the phrases used in the project scope template.
Basics of the Project:
Name of the project Sponsor of the project Statement of the project’s Scope
Out of Scope Milestones (Exclusions)
Stakeholders in Project Execution
Estimated time and cost
Acceptance Criteria for Projects
In your final paper, provide a rectified and updated snapshot of your project scope template from week 2.
Make use of the feedback you received as well as what you learnt in class.
Please examine these tutorials if you need assistance taking a screenshot or embedding an image: See [Tutorial] How to Use the Snipping Tool in Windows 10. (This is a link to another website.)
Explain the project’s work breakdown structure (WBS), milestones, and critical path.
Explain how these factors connect to the current status of your project.
In the ProjectLibre, design a work breakdown structure (WBS) or alter the example you developed in week 3, integrating both instructor and peer comments (as applicable).
In your article, give a screenshot of the WBS as an example. (Make sure the example has the right amount of detail so the reader gets the whole picture of the project without making any assumptions.)
Explain the project management lifecycle’s executing process group.
Explain the terms, tools, and procedures used in project management that are relevant to the project’s execution.
Explain the process of change management.
Controlling and monitoring
Explain how the project management lifecycle includes monitoring and controlling.
Explain project management vocabulary, tools, and strategies that are relevant to the project’s monitoring and control.
Explain the project management lifecycle’s concluding process.
Explain the vocabulary, tools, and strategies used in project management that are relevant to the completion of a project or phase.
Explain what a “Lessons Learned” report is and why it’s important for the organization’s future efforts.
Finish the article by emphasizing the importance of employing the five process groups to achieve a project’s objectives and reaffirming how project management increases an organization’s success. (For more information, see the Writing Center’s page on Introductions and Conclusions (Links to an external source.))
Your Final Project Management Paper
5 pages formatted in APA style as stated in the APA Style (Links to an external site.) resource from the University of Arizona Global Campus Writing Center.
A separate title page must be included with the following information:
Name of the student
Name and number of the course
Name of the instructor
Date of submission
Refer to APA Formatting for Word 2013 for more information on formatting and the title page. (This is a link to another website.)
In your final paper, you must use an academic tone. For more information, go to Academic Voice (Links to an external site.)
An opening and a conclusion paragraph are required. The conclusion of your opening paragraph should have a clear thesis statement that explains the goal of your paper.
Refer to the University of Arizona Global Campus Writing Center resources for help with Introductions & Conclusions (Links to an external site.) and Writing a Thesis Statement (Links to an external site.)
In addition to the course text, you must consult at least four scholarly, peer-reviewed, or trustworthy sources.
Additional information about eligible source types can be found in the Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources (Links to an external site.) table. Please contact your instructor if you have any queries regarding whether a certain source is appropriate for this project. Your instructor has the final decision on whether or not a source is appropriate for a given assignment.
Any information from sources must be documented in APA style, as stated in the Citing Within Your Paper (Links to an external site.) guide from the University of Arizona Global Campus Writing Center.
Section headings should be used in accordance with APA Style Elements (Links to an external site.) throughout this document.
A separate references page must be included, structured according to the University of Arizona Global Campus Writing Center’s APA style guidelines. For details, see the University of Arizona Global Campus Writing Center’s Formatting Your References List (Links to an external site.) resource.