Undertake Project Work Activity 1

Management Referencing Styles : Not Selected | Pages : 52 Undertake Project Work Activity 1 – You are employed as a supervisor at the local…

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Undertake Project Work Activity 1 –
You are employed as a supervisor at the local mail distribution centre.
The centre wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and selection
process, to be implemented within the next three months. Create a scope
management plan or some other form of relevant document that could be
accessed by a project management team to identify and define the scope
of a project. The exact details of the project are up to you. You can
find examples of scope management plan templates online to assist you in
developing the required documentation. (2 pages) Activity 2 – You are
employed as a supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre
wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be
implemented within the next three months. Define your projects
stakeholders. Who are they? What are their interests in the project?
What power/ authority do they have over your project? (100-150 words)
Activity 3 – You are employed as a supervisor at the local distribution
centre. The centre wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and
selection process, to be implemented within the next three months. Write
a letter, memo or email in which you seek clarification from delegating
authority of any issues related to project and project parameters.
Describe who you would write to and why and outline your wish list- the
things that you hope will be included within the projects parameters.
Include in your answer, any relevant legislation that you may need to
consider when implementing the project. (1-2 pages) Activity 4 – You are
employed as a supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre
wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be
implemented within the next three months. You have been assigned the
responsibility of project manager. Create a job description in which
identifies the limits of your responsibility and reporting requirements.
Make sure the job description is detailed, includes any limits of
responsibility and working relationships. (1-2 pages) Activity 5 – Find
an example of a vision or mission statement, or a strategic plan or
operational plan. Examples of each of these can be found online. If you
are currently employed, you can select one of the statements or plans of
the organisation in which you work. Analyse the vision or mission
statement, or strategic or operation plan you have found to identify the
organisation’s objectives. Describe a project that might be implemented
to achieve the organisations objectives. Clarify and explain how the
project would help to achieve the organisations objectives. Include in
your answer whether you could be required to consult with other
personnel within the organisation to source information regarding other
projects underway. (75-100 words) Activity 6 – You work for an
organisation that makes and sells baked goods. You have been appointed
project manager of a team whose task it is to develop a new product for
sale. This might be a new cake, biscuit or type of bread. Determine the
resources needed to undertake the project. Explain how you would go
about sourcing and assessing these resources. (100-150 words) Activity 7
– You are employed as a supervisor at the local distribution centre.
The centre wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and selection
process, to be implemented within the next three months. You have been
assigned the responsibility of project manager. Develop a project plan
including goals, timelines, work breakdown structure including roles and
responsibilities. (2- 3 pages) Activity 8 – You are employed as a
supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre wishes to
develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be implemented
within the next three months. You have been assigned the responsibility
of project manager. Identify two appropriate project management tools
and describe how they can be accessed. Provide and example of each tool
and outline how it relates to your project. (1-2 pages) Activity 9 – You
are working on a project to move the contents of an office from one
location to another. You will need to move heavy furniture such as
desks, filing cabinets, lounges and photocopiers. What are the potential
risks? Formulate a risk management plan for the project and consider
any relevant legislation. ( 1 page) Activity 10 – You are employed as a
supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre wishes to
develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be implemented
within the next three months. You have been assigned the responsibility
of project manager. Develop a project budget for this project and
explain how you arrived at the figures you did. (1 page) Activity 11.1 –
You are employed as a supervisor at the local distribution centre. The
centre wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and selection process,
to be implemented within the next three months. You have been assigned
the responsibility of project manager. Identify a team of people who
might be able to help you with the project and describe why you would
consult them and take their views into account when planning the
project. (50 -75 words) Activity 11.2 – When consulting team members you
need to take into account that not all team members will speak English
as their first language. Why do you think it is necessary to communicate
with people from diverse backgrounds in an appropriate or different
way? You might need to undertake your own research to answer this
question. (100-150 words) Activity 12 – You are employed as a supervisor
at the local distribution centre. The centre wishes to develop a new
staff recruitment and selection process, to be implemented within the
next three months. You have been assigned the responsibility of project
manager. Describe how you would determine if the plan was finalised.
Explain your approach to gaining approval to communicate the project.
(100 -150 words) Activity 13 – Your organisation’s premises has been
flooded causing damage to carpets, furniture and computer equipment. You
have been appointed the project manager for the clean-up and repair of
the premises. 1. Identify at least five responsibilities that team
members might have. 2. Explain at least three of the actions you might
take to ensure project team members are clear about their
responsibilities and the project requirments. Activity 14 – You have
noticed that one of your team members is having difficulty meeting the
quality of the expected outcomes of the project. You have decided to
provide coaching as a form of support to help the team member develop
the skills needed to meet quality outcomes. Explain what coaching would
comprise of. To answer this question you would need to research the
coaching process then demonstrate that you understand how coaching
procedures can be applied and why it is necessary, in such situations,
to have some understanding of adult learning needs. (150 -200 words)
Activity 15 – You are employed as a supervisor at the local distribution
centre. The centre wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and
selection process, to be implemented within the next three months. You
have been assigned the responsibility of project manager. What type of
record keeping system would you establish and maintain throughout the
project? Why would you use this type of system? Why do you think it is
superior to other record keeping systems? (100 – 150 words) Activity 16 –
You are employed as a supervisor at the local distribution centre. The
centre wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and selection process,
to be implemented within the next three months. You have been assigned
the responsibility of project manager. How would you monitor and manage
project finances, resources (human, physical and technical) and quality?
Do not limit your ideas to methods used in the text. Why would you use
these methods? Why do you think it is superior to other monitoring
methods? (150 – 200 words) Activity 17 – You are employed as a
supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre wishes to
develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be implemented
within the next three months. You have been assigned the responsibility
of project manager. Complete a progress report that could be forwarded
to stakeholders. (2-3 pages) Activity 18 – You are employed as a
supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre wishes to
develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be implemented
within the next three months. You have been assigned the responsibility
of project manager. Identify and list four potential risks that might
result in project outcomes not being met. What risk management
strategies would you put in place? (100-150 words) Activity 19 – You are
employed as a supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre
wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be
implemented within the next three months. You have been assigned the
responsibility of project manager. Identify the project deliverables
that you need to achieve to successfully carry out the project. Do not
limit your answer to the final deliverable; include deliverables that
need to be achieved throughout the project. Include both tangible and
intangible deliverables. (75 – 100 words) Activity 20 – You are employed
as a supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre wishes to
develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be implemented
within the next three months. You have been assigned the responsibility
of project manager. What financial records associated with the project
would you need to keep and how would you check records for accuracy? (50
– 75 words) Activity 21 – You and your project team have been working
on a new advertising campaign for the organisation you work for. The
campaign has been designed and delivered. It is your job to assign staff
involved in the project to new roles or reassign to previous roles. One
staff member is upset about having to return to their previous role.
Write a transcript of what you would say to them to placate them. (100 –
150 words) Activity 22 – You are employed as a supervisor at the local
distribution centre. The centre wishes to develop a new staff
recruitment and selection process, to be implemented within the next
three months. You have been assigned the responsibility of project
manager. What documentation might you need to complete before the
project ends? Provide at least 10 examples. How would you obtain any
necessary signoffs for concluding the project? Make sure your responses
are specific to the project you are basing your answers on. (200 -250
words) Activity 23.1 – Why is it necessary to review project outcomes
against the project scope and plan? (one sentence) Activity 23.2 – What
are five of the things that a review might reveal? Activity 23.3 – How
might you present a review? (40 – 60 words) Activity 24 – You are
employed as a supervisor at the local distribution centre. The centre
wishes to develop a new staff recruitment and selection process, to be
implemented within the next three months. You have been assigned the
responsibility of project manager. Identify five of the lessons that
might have been learnt from the project and how you would report your
findings. Question 1 – Outline how flow charts can be used as a project
management tool and how they contribute to a project? (100 -150 words)
Question 2 – Project parameters are usually set by the delegating
authority. Outline how parameters relating to budget, human resources
and timelines can impact on the delivery of a project. (200 – 250 words)
Question 3 – Explain what a risk is. Briefly explain what a risk
assessment is. (100 – 150 words) Question 4 – You will need to ensure
that your project does not undermine the organisations objectives, goals
and values. An organisations goals, objectives and values can be found
in a number of key business documents, including its vision and mission
statement. What is a vision or mission statement? (50 -75 words)
Question 5 – You will need to ensure that your project does not
undermine the organisations objectives, goals and values. An
organisations goals, objectives and values can be found in a number of
key business documents, including its strategic and operation plans.
What are strategic and operation plans? (200 – 250 words) Question 6 –
What processes and procedures need to be followed when writing a project
closure report? Question 7 – What are the aims of health and safety
legislation? Provide at least five examples. References:
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