The goal of Case Study One is to apply project management skills acquired in the first three modules to a real-world project or situation. At a minimum, you should evaluate the following:
Project Selection Criteria and Prioritization
Weighted and unweighted models
Ranking and prioritization of project proposals
Project Initiation and Planning
Evaluate initiation and planning processes
Project Scope and Schedule Development
Creation of the work breakdown structure
Make sure you apply concepts or theories from course material and scholarly resources to support your case study evaluation. The analysis of the case should include an evaluation of the selection criteria, a ranking of proposals, a project initiation approval, and the steps required to create a work breakdown structure and project schedule development. The analysis should be a minimum of 750 words and should include at least two references.
For additional details, please refer to the Case Study One Guidelines and
Rubric document in the Assignment Guidelines and Rubrics section of the course.