Starbucks Project Management Plan Homework
Submit your completed project management plan in addition to the risks and cost estimates and the high-level work breakdown structure identified for the tasks and subtasks (including at least five major tasks with appropriate number of subtasks) necessary to implement the new business opportunity in the marketplace. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course and especially the feedback from the project management plan outline in Module Eight.
Feedback Mod 3
External factors play a significant role in your study and could have been expanded a bit.
Current trends in the media include the #MeToo movement as well as diversity and equality. Also, if we recall, ethical challenges in accounting practices brought down companies like ENRON. I would like to see some ‘current’ aspects in critical thinking.
Feedback Mod 5 :
We were to identify the project potential costs, risks, and benefits of operationalizing. We did a great job at looking at costs, but I would question if we explored risks to the degree of sustainability. Plus, your projections were to be supported with rationale. External references support rationale and I might suggest we reconsider using more references.
Also, we needed to work on a work breakdown structure. There were to be at least three tasks with at least three subtasks each. This is a pretty detailed outline of requirements. I thought we did well with the breakdown, nicely done.
Next, we were to provide a narrative justifying each task and subtask that is part of your work breakdown structure. Again, thought we could have expanded in each of the areas.
For the key milestones, deliverables, and resource requirements, we explained how they will help to meet scope-time-cost objectives, but I would have liked to have seen some more in depth analysis. What are the metrics?
Finally, we had to look at potential obstacles as well as risk mitigation strategies.