Transcript: 10/23/2019 "iRetire kiosk project charter" B.I.C Investment Opportunity AGENDA AGENDA What are the main project deliverables Responsibility and authority Resource and cost estimates Deliverables Responsibility Installation of Kiosks Software Development Advertisement campaign Advertisement agreements with malls Roll out timelines Testing of software Jim in charter Delegation Accountability Jim will be on the charter due to the project's continuous evolution. His ability to remain a trusted liaison between investors and project requirements is detrimental. Budget Breakdown Costs
Transcript: Project Charter Leslie Frazier OUR COMPANY OUR COMPANY IN DETAIL IN DETAIL TREATMENTS TREATMENTS NUMBER OF PEOPLE TIME LOCATION LOCATION STAFF Doctor's Name Nurse’s Name STAFF Nurse’s Name Doctor's Name Nurse’s Name Nurse’s Name PRODUCTS & SERVICES PRODUCTS & SERVICES PRODUCTS PRODUCTS IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 1 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 1 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 2 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 2 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 3 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 3 SERVICES SERVICES IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 1 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 1 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 2 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 2 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 3 IMPORTANT PRODUCT FEATURES 3 HISTORY HISTORY NOW 2010 2008 2015
Transcript: 3 A Project Charter C REQUIREMENT External threat factor Possibility of breeding Context Climate Manufacturing technology DESCRIPTION What is a project charter? Main Event PROJECT MAIN EVENT Reaction to Danger Reconciliation With Nature Survive Bionic Approach Healing PROJECT GOALS 1.Goal 2.Project Description 3.Project Requirement 4.Project Total Risk 5.Project Main Event 6.Project Budget 7.Project Beneficiary 8.Project Needs Approval PROCESS GOAL GLOBAL ISSUES Prevent the extinction of native plants Climate Change Sea Level The Ozone Hole TOTAL RISK Maintenance Cost Manufacturing Technology Life Time Dried Up River DESCRIPTION What is a project charter?
Transcript: Sponsors: [name], [name], [name] Business Process Owner: [name] [Project Name Here] Project Charter Project Description DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION This project will... PROJECT COSTS BUDGET $#,###,### IMPLEMENTATION $#,###,### PROBLEM STATEMENT PROBLEM STATEMENT TIMELINE TIMELINE BENEFITS EXPECTED BENEFITS EXPECTED SCOPE REQUIREMENTS HIGH LEVEL REQUIREMENTS HIGH LEVEL REQUIREMENTS IN SCOPE IN SCOPE OUT OF SCOPE OUT OF SCOPE PROJECT DELIVERABLES PROJECT DELIVERABLES ALTERNATIVES AND RISKS ALTERNATIVES AND RISKS & ASSUMPTIONS ASSUMPTIONS VALIDATION REQUIREMENTS & EXTERNAL DEPENDENCIES VALIDATION REQUIREMENTS EXTERNAL DEPENDENCIES
Transcript: Milestones Building is wired only for phone Project Charter Upgrade Software Austin Nielsen Jonathan Castrillion Seth Engelson Daniel Peled State the Scope and Budget Merge Gulf and South Datacenters Deliver improved Data Server Ensure software is Fully Upgraded Will be during Memorial Day Weekend Ensure new server is Fully Operational Project Objectives Arranged Set up new Centers by May 1st Scope Conditions Provides Tracking and Version Control Structure Project must be ready by Memorial Day weekend Other Roles Regional Systems Engineer Servers are Ready How will you Plan/Manage the project? Overview BAO&G Data Center Merger and Relocation Systems/Project Manager Organization Plans Executive Summary What are the Dependencies? Moving into New building Purpose Goals Objectives Project Assumptions Project has no budget limit Contractors are already approved New site greater than 2,300 sqft Not wired for networking Project Constraints Due by Memorial Day weekend Both datacenters must be managed independently
Transcript: Objectives Requirements Deliverables Boundaries Executive Milestones Timeline Questions? Project and Product Overview Table of Contents What is an alternative analysis? How do you make an alternative analysis? Alternative Analysis Document Purpose Scope Project Charter Project Organization Thanks Document Purpose Project and Product Overview Scope Project Organization Duration Alternative Analysis Assumptions, Constrains, Risks Angus Alves Roles Stakeholders Galina Dzhasova Daniel Giesbrecht Duration Assumptions, Constrains, Risks Assumptions Constraints Risks Management document The Project Charter Concise Has no technical jargon Project summary Project justification business need business impact and outcomes business alignment The Project Charter is a “document issued by the project initiator or sponsor that formally authorizes the existence of a project, and provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities.” Project Charter Guide. Treasury Board of Canada. Secretariat communicate the project definition to people who were not involved in the charter development to involve the new team in teamwork, which leads to the development of a real team The project charter: ensures that all the project stakeholders formally agree on the project definition and have recorded that definition in writing
Transcript: Next Step: Develop a method to track/measure participation and outcomes. Work on structure, leadership, oversight and marketing mock-up Develop concept in order to calculate economic, financial and marketing pluses and minuses Deadline: July 2012 Define Objectives Look at expectations, reflections and student membership. Deadline: Ongoing Sponsorship Gain approval of Faculty Senate for transcription notation. Deadline: Spring 2013 Ideation Liz Ferris, Liz Johnson, Sarah Soper, Molly Vanderpool Helping students academically adjust to college may not be enough to keep them there. Studies indicate that it's not necessarily the brightest students who are most likely to stay, but rather those who build strong connections with their environment. Source: gallup.com/selfdiscovery Next Step: Additional Lit Review, student focus groups, review existing programs at peer institutions Project Template Outline Overview Purpose and Background Framework Team Organization Resources Process, Milestones, and Next Steps Sponsorship Project Overview Framework Base programming has been identified, but will need updating as research is completed. Deadline: Fall 2012 Next Steps Resources Next Step: Work with project sponsor to gather info and get key stakeholders on board. Team Organization Next Step: Meet with project sponsor for input/advice. Incorporate new items from research. Purpose and Background Research Next Step: Work with University College to get on NSO schedule. Develop self-assessment to be used in FYS. Plan recruitment events and curriculum. Connect students to “Optimal Resume” Work with HIP to review existing research and potential connection. Deadline: Midterm Fall 2012 Next Step: Focus groups, develop survey’s and evaluations to be used during program and events. Learn Process, Milestones, and Next Steps Class of 2017 will be integrated into program through NSO and FYS. Deadline: Summer and Fall 2013 Prototype Finalize the name of the program, the level names and what must be attained to finish a level as well as programmatic information for students. Also address how we will track and measure the program. Deadline: February 2013 Next Step: Ongoing – further definition as project develops Implement
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