I WILL PROVIDE A COMPLETED PROPOSAL THAT I COMPLETED. I NEED THE PROPOSAL REVIEWED AND EDITED AS NEEDED TO MEET THE GUIDELINES PROVIDED BELOW……………..
1. Provide a brief summary of your chosen project.
Section should be thorough; however, keep in mind that each section has a weighted value. If a section is worth 10%, it should not account for 30% of your paper.
2. Describe at least three (3) project goals and three (3) project objectives.
Goals are not the same as objectives. Each objective should support one of the goals. Your paper should identify and describe, in detail, each goal. You should also discuss why each goal is important to the project. Your paper should then identify and describe, in detail, each objective and how it supports the correlating goal.
3. Identify the key customer(s) and at least two (2) stakeholders for your project.
Customers and stakeholder can be the same. Do not pick a customer as one of your stakeholders. Stakeholders are not stockholders. A stakeholder is an entity or someone that has something to gain by the success of your project or something to lose if your project fails. An example that I like to use is a home renovation and landscaping project. Some stakeholders for this could be the neighbors as their property values could rise or fall depending on the quality of the work. The insurance company if you fail miserably and destroy your house (fire, poor structure, etc). Do not simply list them. Explain in paragraph format (one paragraph for each) of why they are a stakeholder and why they are important to consider.
4. Describe at least three (3) key milestones and /or deliverables for your project.
Describe what milestones and deliverables are and why they are important to know and manage. What significant accomplishments must to achieve in order to progress through to the next major task or phase of your project? Then identify your key milestones and/or deliverables. Describe them in thorough detail and explain why each of them are important. Projects may have many miletstones/deliverables. If your project has more than three, then explain why you chose those over the others.
5. Describe a high-level timeline that includes key tasks and deadlines.
This should be pretty detailed based off your high level (WBS Level 1 Tasks) at a minimum. Do not need a schedule that includes levels 2 and 3. When are the deadlines? Use a specific date (e.g. June 5, 2017). Do not use loose timeframes (e.g. 1 week or June 2017). Provide two to three sentences that explains what the task entails (description).
6. Estimate the project’s overall cost and any key staffing and non-staffing resources needed.
This should be detailed and rather simple – depending on how much effort you put into your previous discussion boards. Ensure it is detailed and provides enough information to account for the appropriate weight/value it holds (see the rubric for section values).
7. Examine your project’s greatest challenge and provide a recommendation for addressing the challenge in question.
Do not make this a generic project management challenge. This challenge should be associated to a high level risk task. What is it and what is your (detailed) plan to address it and mitigate/manage it to ensure your project does not fail (exceed budget, overrun schedule, or decrease the scope/quality).
8. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting.
The rubric and the course guide calls out the formatting requirements – attention to details and research proper APA formatting. Complete your paper early enough to send to the writing center for their feedback BUT do not rely on them to catch all of your writing errors. Leverage the settings in the document that I provided to you and address all areas that are identified and you will have no issues. Do not simply accept the error because it is not a blatant spelling error.
Page counts are not a recommendation – it is the requirement. Do not submit work that does not meet the bare minimum. Two to three pages means that at a bare minimum, you should have two pages. At a maximum you should have three pages. Two and a half is a perfect goal. Remember – cover page, abstracts (if you choose to include one), and reference pages do not count towards page counts. Highlight your entire paper and right click. Select paragraph and ensure your spacing (before and after) are set at 0pt. APA papers are double-spaced evenly throughout and does not have any extra spacing between paragraphs. The only thing that identifies a new paragraph is the indentation at the start of it.