Note: I have attached section 1 that is already completed, also attached the Simulation Analysis results that can be used in section 2. I attached the case study for Section 3 and also attached the outline for the paper.
Section 1: Principle Components Discussion (Completed)
Describe the project management standards and processes based on the Project Management Instituteâ€™s A Guide to the Project Management Body of KnowledgeÂ® (PMBOKÂ® Guide) (6th ed.). This section should be approximately 5- to 6-pages and include a brief, yet, substantive synopsis for each of the following items:
- Project, Program, and Portfolio Management distinction
- Project Selection
- Project Charter
- Project Charter Template: Additionally, develop a basic, 1- to 3-page Project Charter template based on the PMBOKÂ® Guide (6th ed.) that could be used for small-to-medium projects in a global organization. Include your Project Charter template as an appendix in your essay paper.
- Project Organization
- Project Planning
- Project Scheduling
- Project Estimating
- Monitoring and Control
- Project Closure
- Communication Management
- Risk Management
- Role of Information Technology.
The requirements for this section of the Portfolio Project are common for both Option 1 and Option 2.
Section 2: Simulation Analysis
Summarize your performance in the project management simulation completed in Module 6(Attached) Product #: 4700-HTM-ENG). This section should be approximately 2- to 3-pages and must include:
- Identification of three project management standards or practices applied during the simulation and their effect on your simulation outcomes.
- Delineation of three lessons learned from the project management simulation that can be applied to future management of projects.
- Recommendation for improving your simulation outcomes.
The subject content for Section 2 varies based on the Portfolio Project option selected:
- For Option 1, the project management simulation requires an analysis of your performance of the Simulation Scenario A.
Section 3: Case Study Analysis
Review and assess one of the two global project management case studies designated; then develop a 4- to 6-page recommendation for achieving the objectives set forth. As part of your recommendation, develop a high-level project management plan comprised of a statement of:
- work (SOW)
- a work breakdown structure (WBS)
- a project schedule or Gantt
- a communications plan
- a risk management plan
- a stakeholder management plan
- and other relevant project management plan details.
Additionally, based on project team performance and leadership traits exhibited in the designated case study, identify the primary attributes needed to be a successful leader in this scenario.
The case study for Section 3 varies depending on the Portfolio Project option selected:
- For Option 1, use the Honicker Corporation case study (Kerzner, 2017, pp. 753-755).
Properly organize your writing by including the following:
- Running header with designation of Portfolio Project option clearly designated.
- Cover page with designation of Portfolio Project option clearly designated.
- Paper title with designation of Portfolio Project option clearly designated.
- Introduction includes a descriptive overview of the Portfolio Project and a brief preface of your essay paper (one to three paragraphs).
- Main body thesis of your essay paper will be approximately 12- to 15-pages organized by APA style section level 1 headings for Section 1: Principle Components Discussion; Section 2: Simulation Scenario Analysis; and Section 3: Case Study Analysis. Additionally, include APA style section level 2 headings for bullet items or key elements within each main section.
- Conclusionâ€”Present a recap of Main Body key points and summary of main emphasis without repeating verbatim and exclusive of new information.
- Reference page(s) listing any appropriate references cited.
- 1-page Project Charter template
- Captured screen image of confirmation page showing your total simulation score for the scenario performed.
Support your assignment with a minimum of eight scholarly references.