Create a Project Work Plan Gantt Chart utilizing Microsoft Project

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Create a Project Work Plan Gantt Chart utilizing Microsoft Project. Before you begin to work on this activity, review the video tutorials presented in the Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio page and the Module 1 Readings and Resources page. These tutorials will assist your understanding of how to create the Project Work Plan Gantt Chart. Refer to the Gantt Chart example in the textbook.

Open this Individual Project Work Plan Data (XLSX) spreadsheet and use the categorical data that is presented in the spreadsheet to fill in the Gantt Chart with appropriate data.

Your Gantt Chart must contain the following data:

  • Tasks
  • Resources (assigned to)
  • Duration
  • Start Date
  • Finish Date
  • Predecessors

Remember from the previous individual practical exercise that you have five resources (team members) working with you on this project. One employee has been ‘loaned’ to the team from the IT department, one from the Finance Department, one from the HR Department, and two are ‘outside’ consultants that will be brought in at the starting point of the Analysis phase to assist with their process modeling and data modeling skill sets and experience.

Due to the constraints of a nine-week course term, some of the deliverables listed in the Individual Work Plan Data Sheet and subsequently presented in the Gantt Chart will not be required to be completed in the assignments. It is assumed that these deliverables will be hypothetically completed at the appropriate stage of the project.

  • Use January 7, 2019, as the project Start date when you create your Gantt Chart.
  • Keep the order of the tasks as depicted in the Group Project Work Plan Data (XLSX) spreadsheet. Do not list the tasks by breaking down the tasks into groupings and subgroupings. The predecessors will provide for associations with the key deliverables.
  • Each task should have a duration of three days, except for the submission of the five deliverables to the Approval Committee. Those tasks have a duration of one day.
  • The work week periods are eight hours per day, five days per week, Mondays through Fridays.
  • Since the three tasks that make up the Feasibility Analysis can run concurrently, Tasks 1, 2, and 3 will have no predecessors. Task 4, the Feasibility Analysis, will have Tasks 1, 2, and 3 as predecessors.
  • The multi-component Feasibility Analysis, Risk Assessment, System Proposal, and System Specification deliverables should each have multiple Predecessors.
  • Save and submit your Gantt Chart in MPP file format.

Save your assignment using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description). Do not add punctuation or special characters.

This assessment aligns with Module Objectives 1, 3, & 4 and Learning Outcomes 1, 2, & 3.

Rubric

MGMT 321 1.4 Practical Exercise Rubric

MGMT 321 1.4 Practical Exercise Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Deliverable Requirements The percentage of the deliverable(s) that meet the assignment’s requirements.

50.0 pts Excellent

The deliverable(s) met ALL of the assignment’s requirements.

45.0 pts Very Good

The deliverable(s) met MOST of the assignment’s requirements.

40.0 pts Satisfactory

The deliverable(s) met MANY of the assignment’s requirements.

35.0 pts Near Failing

The deliverable(s) met SOME of the assignment’s requirements.

0.0 pts Failing

The deliverable(s) did NOT meet ANY of the assignment’s requirements.

50.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Quality of Deliverable(s) The overall quality of the deliverable(s) with regard to the composition and detail.

25.0 pts Excellent

The composition and detail of the deliverable(s) was at a VERY HIGH level.

21.0 pts Very Good

The composition and detail of the deliverable(s) was at a HIGH level.

17.0 pts Satisfactory

The composition and detail of the deliverable(s) was at a MODERATE level.

13.0 pts Near Failing

The composition and detail of the deliverable(s) was at a LOW level.

0.0 pts Failing

The composition and detail of the deliverable(s) was at an UNSATISFACTORY level.

25.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Accuracy of the Deliverable(s) The accuracy of the values presented in the deliverable(s).

25.0 pts Excellent

ALL of the data in the deliverable(s) was accurate.

21.0 pts Very Good

MOST of the data in the deliverable(s) was accurate.

17.0 pts Satisfactory

MUCH of the data in the deliverable(s) was accurate.

13.0 pts Near Failing

SOME of the data in the deliverable(s) was accurate.

0.0 pts Failing

NONE of the data in the deliverable(s) was accurate.

25.0 pts

Total Points: 100.0

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