Unit testing will be completed on each of the system components. Mo... ... middle of paper ... ...n outlined the chosen software, hardware and networks in regards to the responsibilities of each. The related resources necessary to properly support and maintain the system were also identified. This is perhaps the most important part of the project as it serves as an investment protection policy for the company. It ensures not only that the project implementation is done, but also demonstrates the lengths the company is willing to go to properly implement new projects.
What are the alternatives among which a solution will be chosen (during subsequent phases)? 4. Is there a preferred alternative? Content of a feasibility study Things to be studied in the feasibility study: The present organizational system Stakeholders, users, policies, functions, objectives... Problems with the present system Inconsistencies, inadequacies in functionality, performance Possible solution alternatives Sticking with the current system" is always an alternative Different business processes for solving the problems Different levels/types of computerization for the solutions Advantages and disadvantages of the alternatives Needs Analysis A needs analysis should be the first undertaking of a feasibility study as it clearly defines the project outline and the clients' requirements. Once these questions have been answered the person/s undertaking the feasibility study will have outlined the project needs definition.
The team will be comprised of individuals qualified to deliver those milestones. A project manager charged with modifying an aseptic filling line will select team members from engineering, manufacturing, process validation, quality assurance, and safety. The project manager is now the project team leader. The team will meet and agree on a timeline for meeting the project milestones. The team leader will establish the frequency of subsequent meetings, assign responsibilities, and state member expectations through the development of a team charter.
Planning phase involves completion of the project scope plan, WBS, schedule of the project plan, cost and procurement of the project plan. According to the research study, the organizations need to spend a certain amount of time on planning and initiating phase. These plans address the knowledge areas. In this phase, we need to estimate the cost and obtain resources for the project. The team members need to reassess the plan at each and every phase of the project.
Lastly, it has to be decided on which data are monitored and recorded during the entire project progression in order to gain a complete dataset for the controlling process. Moreover, it has to be declared which standards have to be used by the team for internal and external reports (Cronenbroeck, 2004). The check point for control should be determined with the client in this step but regardless of the time of control, in general after each phase or milestone a control should to be con-ducted (Bergmann and Garrecht 2008; Kuster et al. 2008). So, the outcome of this phase should be the documentation of the necessary input, scope and expected results of a task and measurable objectives which are based on the overall project objective and responsibilities.
4.1.1 Project Charter Within the initiation of a project, the project charter is developed and contains all high level information, such as project purpose and general descriptions. This first document is usually signed by the client, the project manager and the sponsor to make sure everyone is on the same page. It must identify the outcome of the project and the involved work to achieve the result (Perrin, 2008; Stackpole, 2013). The project charter can be used as a reverence if phase gates or milestones are achieved. The current stage should be compared to the charter and based on this comparison the project must be reviewed.
Each of these phases has a particular responsibility and certain tasks are perfumed in each phase. The systems planning phase is the first phase completed in the SDLC. It encompasses evaluating the feasibility and the cost of the system, identifying the risks involved with implementing the system, and determining the responsibilities of each of the team members. To begin the planning phase, a systems request is submitted to the IT department, detailing the problems and changes to be made in a system. (Rosenblatt, 2014).
A finished communication matrix consists of information about producer, receiver, transmittal method and submitted date. The below project components are taken up by each team member to draft the project communication plan. • Project Initiation Document (PID) • Permits and Environmental Studies • Plans, Specifications, and Estimates (PS&E) • Right of Way • Construction A communication plan assists operative and well-organized communications with the several members of the project having a major contribution in the
SEMP will define responsibilities and authorities to each of the specialty program plans (one among them is reliability program plan) to prevent them from overlapping. c) Integrated Logistic Support Plan: Integrated logistic support plan focuses on the system’s operations and the maintenance required for system to sustain. ILSP covers all the applicable logistics... ... middle of paper ... ... in the later stages of planning as project planning progresses. CWBS is developed in accordance with SOW and includes PWBS for products which are to be furnished by contractor. SWBS includes all the activities of the project such as design and development, production, utilization and support.