Task 2 Initiating a Project Read Schwalbe Chapter 3, Initiating Projects. Now that you know what project you will tackle, it is important to work through all the steps to have a successful outcome. This begins with defining goals and objectives – creating a business case. A business case is a justification for the project based on the expected benefits. This whole process of initiation is essential to obtain a commitment from the customer or management team to project. Investigate how to write a problem statement, goals, and objectives, which are all components of the Business Case. Review LinkedIn Learning course Project Management Foundations, section 2, First Things First. You should have completed the entire video course in Task 1. Focus on the defining problem statements, goals, and objectives. Watch a short video on LinkedIn Learning, Business Case. Note – just the video, not the entire course! No certificate for this task. Investigate strategies, requirements, and deliverables Watch Play Video Investigate how to identify risks, scope, and stakeholders. Watch Play Video Watch Play Video(1 hour). Write a Business Case for your proposed project using one of the templates provided. All templates are located following the Resources link in the Activities block.
what is their messaging during this Great Pause? Have they changed their logo or slogan? How are they helping us during this challenging time? Are they self-serving or serving others? Are they creating brand engagement? What should their message be going forward when this situation has passed? Have they moved beyond the current situation? Relate course concepts to these questions.
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