control last element your project add summary about some things would require performance co



Course manual:

Title: Introduction to Project Management
  Edition: 1
  Author: Editorial Board
  Publisher: Words of Wisdom, LLC
  ISBN: 9781938390166
  Course: MPM210
Title: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide)
  Edition: 5
  Author: Project Management Institute
  Publisher: Project Management Institute
  ISBN: 9781935589815
  Course: MPM210


Weekly tasks or assignments (Individual or Group Projects) will be due by Monday, and late submissions will be assigned a late penalty in accordance with the late penalty policy found in the syllabus. NOTE: All submission posting times are based on midnight Central Time.

Control is the last element of your project. Add a summary about some of the things that would require performance control in the project. This can include the performance of the project, cost changes, and time line adjustments. Changes occur in any type of project. Therefore, a formal change control system is necessary in the overall project plan as well. Review and revise the project plan based on feedback from your instructor and classmates.

Complete the following:

  1. Review and revise the project plan based on feedback from your instructor and classmates.
  2. Add a section to your plan highlighting key points about how changes to a project can affect the scope of the project. Add the following detail to your summary:
    • How will project contracts or agreements be introduced and processed?
    • After the project is approved, what is the potential impact of changes on budgets, schedules and deliverables?
    • How will the project team be advised of changes to the project?
    • Include information about the change order as part of the master project plan.
    • Add any other information important to project scope changes.
  3. Add the change process section to the end of your project plan.
  4. Organize the sections, edit, and post the final draft of the plan.
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