Develop project charter and scope documents for a chosen health care scenario using templates provided. There is no page limit for this assessment. Note: Management of a major health-care-related project initiative involves research and planning activities that result in the creation of project-related management documents. These activities are typically carried out in a certain order. Therefore, you must complete the assessments in this course in the order in which they are given.
The first step of launching a new project involves defining customer and business requirements and aligning the project’s objectives and scope with the needs of the business. These requirements are also essential in evaluating methods for minimizing and managing scope creep, so the project manager can determine which methods to use. By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria: • Competency 1: Develop a project management plan that addresses all aspects of a project. o Define a project’s purpose, business objectives, and customer requirements. o Determine a project’s duration and objectives. o Identify the roles and responsibilities of proposed project team members and key stakeholders. • Competency 3: Apply project management and leadership skills to accomplish organizational goals. o Determine a project’s scope. o Establish the baseline performance measures to help a project team stay on track throughout execution of the project. • Competency 4: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for professionals in health administration. o Write clearly and concisely in a form and style consistent with professional health administration project management communications.
Scenario Identification Identify a workplace project or a project scenario. The scenario you choose may be an actual workplace project or a project scenario that you create. In either case, the project planning skills you demonstrate throughout the course should involve a project that procures a new service line or capital equipment. The audience for this assessment would be senior leadership in the selected organization. Project Charter and Project Scope Documents Develop a project charter and project scope for the scenario you have chosen. The project charter and scope are important project planning documents and are key to getting commitment and buy-in from senior leadership. There is no page limit for either of these documents. Your audience will be the work supervisor for the project and ultimately senior leadership. Compose your document in the form and style that is expected by senior leadership in the scenario you selected. Note: If your workplace does not have a prescribed format, search the Internet for examples and select a style that best fits this scenario.