Project Name Opening a Gun Shop Project Number 1 Project Team Real Estate Agent Contactor Attorney P

Project Name

Opening
a Gun Shop

Project Number

1

Project Team

Real
Estate Agent
Contactor
Attorney

Prioritization

High

Owner(s)

Norman
Williams

Start
Date:

February
1, 2016

Scheduled
Completion Date:

February
28, 2016

NOTE: Remove this note and all instructions in the
template for a business professional document. Answer each in topic in 3-4
paragraphs.

Mission/ Purpose

What is your
project going to accomplish?

This project is set
to accomplish the successful opening of a gun shop. It involves selecting the
prime location where customers can take full advantage of testing out the
firearms they have purchased.

How does this
project relate to overall strategic goals and objectives of the company?Is it
part of a program or larger project?

Project
Description and
Project Product

What will this
project create? What are the outcome products being created with this
project? At a high level, how do you plan on completing the work required for
this project?List at least five high-level deliverables (outputs) that will
be generated from the execution of this project. This section will help to
prepare for your project scope and WBS later in the course.

Objectives

What objective is
this project designed to meet? List a high-level objective statement for the
overall project and at least three to five goals required to meet this
objective. These must be measurable.For example, if an objective of the
project is the cut cost, then by how much will costs be cut?

Business
Need

Why
should we do this project?What will be gained, changed, or modified?Is there a
financial or business reason to do this project?Explain, in detail, how this
project will be beneficial to the project owner.

Milestones

What
are the key milestone dates associated with the project? Milestones may show
the completion of a set of major deliverables or phases.List at least 10
milestones and provide estimated end dates for each.Milestones must have
associated dates.

Budget

What
is the estimatedbudget for this project? Do not research your project cost;
this is an estimate. This does not need to be close to your project’s actual
costs when your project planning is complete in Week 6.This is an order of
magnitude estimate.

Estimated
Labor

$20,000

Estimated
Materials

$20,000

Estimated
Contractors

$20,000

Estimated
Equipment and Facilities

$40,000

Estimated
Travel

$0

Total
Estimated Cost

$100,000

User
Acceptance Criteria

What
are the minimum success criteria as defined by the key stakeholders?How will
you monitor and measure the project quality?How will the project owners
determine if the project is a success or not?These must be detailed and
measureable.

High-Level
Project Assumptions

What are the
assumptions on which the project is based? What 7–10 statements do you
believe to be true or will become true about the project during project
executionbut cannot be sure at this time?

High-Level
Project Constraints

What
are the major limiting factors that affect the project?What 8–10 rules,
regulations, requirements, laws, processes, or procedures are you bound by
on this project?

Exclusions
and Boundaries

What are the
boundaries of the project? To ensure that your project scope is properly constrained,
identify 8–10 things that will beexcluded from the project plans.What items
will be not be included in the project?

Major
Risks

What
are the major risks affecting the project? List a minimum of 7 to 10 risks.These
risks must occur during the project, not after the project finishes or before
the project starts. The risks defined should be directly associated with the
project implementation.

KEY
STAKEHOLDERS

Project Manager
Authority Level

Norman
Williams

Project Core Team

Real
Estate Agent
Contactor
Attorney

Subject Matter
Experts (SMEs)(What resources
will you need with special expertise?)

APPROVALS

Type Name

Signature

Date

Project Manager Approval

Norman
Williams

February
1, 2016

Customer/Sponsor
Approval