IT Project Management Project
Budget: not to exceed $ 90,000.
Team size risk: one trans professional and two interns from a local university. I think it is great to work with the three personnel to accomplish the project. Alternatively, there is also great risk with the two interns because they need to focus on their class work too.
Budget risk: not to exceed $ 90,000. The biggest problem with setting up a LAN system is the compatibility. For instance, if I brought less costly hardware and software then it will present problems.
Timeline risk: project needs to complete in one month, LAN (delivery and testing).
External access risk: security issues (wired vs. wireless).
Account risk: log in problems, database access problems.
The Key to success of this project is to realize the difficulty of the project scope, asses the risks, and inquiring about possible solutions. In my opinion, I think that the risk associated with the low number of personnel could cause the project to affect the projected timeline, budget, and customer satisfaction. The risk register tables help pinpoint the areas of concern.
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This course helped me to learn the key phases of a project lifecycles including: how to initiating a project, planning a project, executing a project, controlling a project and closing out a project. It also helped me to understand and learn the ten knowledge areas of project management in depth from various class activities such includes: project scope, cost, time, integration, quality, communication, risk, human resources, procurement and stakeholder’s management. In my opinion, the four traits/skills associated with an effective IT project manager are: time management, personal integrity, communication, systems thinker, and team