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CQUniverstiy NAIDOC week celebrations Term 1 ass_2 Project Plan Student name Student number Qu/s responsible for. Campus: Tutor: Tutorial number: Project Description Project Description and Background...

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CQUniverstiy NAIDOC week cele
ations
Term 1 ass_2
Project Plan
    Student name
    Student numbe
    Qu/s responsible for.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
Campus:
Tutor:
Tutorial number:
    Project Description
Project Description and Background (1 mark)                    
The purpose of the project is to represent aboriginal culture to the Australian citizen and cele
ates the history and achievements of Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander peoples.
National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee is responsible to do some activates during NAIDOC Week. Every year, the National NAIDOC hosts in a different city and a t the last meeting, they decide to host events on CQU campuses.
Justification (3 Marks)
    Output
    Outcome
    Benefits
    
    
    
Stakeholders
Key Stakeholder List (6 Marks)
    
    Stakeholder
    Category
(i.e. Sponsor / Supplier / User)
    Description of Interest
    Description of Influence
    1
    The School of Engineering and Technology
    Sponso
    The SET is showing to increase the engagement of the student and staff in CQU with all Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander peoples in around of Australia state.
    They Provide opportunities for Aborigines and Islanders to represent their culturally
    2
    Students in CQU
    Use
    Attend the event to cele
ate and learn about all Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander peoples in around of Australia state.
    With attending in the NAIDOC week they can learn more about Aborigines and Islanders culture
    3
    Staff in CQU
    Use
    Attend the event to cele
ate and learn about all Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander peoples in around of Australia state
    With attending in the NAIDOC week they can learn more about Aborigines and Islanders culture and can understand they requirement in university
    4
    National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC)
    use
    To cele
ate their achievement and let more people to know their culture and rich history.
    Represent their culture and cele
ate it.
    5
    Local newspape
    Supplie
    To represent the event in all around of Australia.
    Spread the information of the event in all state to know about this event and hat happen on it.
    6
    Public
    Use
    Know more about the old history of Australia.
    Request have more event like this.
2.2 Stakeholders Engagement Assessment Matrix (3 marks)
Stakeholders Engagement Assessment Matrix
    Stakeholde
    Unaware
    Resistant
    Neutral
    Supportive
    Leading
    1. The School of Engineering and Technology
    
    
    
    d
    c
    2. Students in CQU
    
    
    c
    d
    
    3. Staff in CQU
    
    
    c
    d
    
    National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC)
    
    
    
    d
    c
    5. Local newspape
    c
    
    
    d
    
    6. public
    C
    
    
    d
    
2.3 Stakeholder Communication (1 mark)
    Communication method
    PULL or PUSH
    Justification
    website
    pull
    pull communication is providing common information to a group and used for a large audience that need to access information for their usage.
pull communication is identified to use the most suitable kind of communication. posting information on websites is easy to
oadcast information or massager to a larger pool of receivers in a short time though information can be saved whenever required and all related stakeholders can access to the data anytime they want.
REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT
Traditional Owne
s of the land on which CQ University campuses are located (1 mark).
The CQU campuses are located all across the Australia including Mackay, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth etc. and each region is represented by different Aboriginal and To
es Islander people like Palawah, Anangu, Yamatji, Goori, Koori, Mu
i and many more. Individually they follow the customs and protocol of their region. If a single representative would be called then it may call as a bias approach and the course of syllabus will be constrained to a single custom failing to fulfil the idea of the course of complete knowledge. Thus, it is recommended that a representative from each region should be called rather than a single person.
Opening statement style (1 mark)
After analysing the audience and the aim of the program it is suggested that “Acknowledgement of Country” should be used by the project manager. As “Welcome to the Country” could only be used by elders and esteemed member of the community. Also, the project manager should formally thank the representative of Aboriginals for attending the program (Merlan, 2014).
Requirements gathering for each event (1 mark)
The culture and customs followed by the Aboriginals and To
es Straight Islanders are much diverse and unique any previous experiences gathered. Thus, the best procedure for gathering the requirements and resources would be to communicate with the people of the local community and ask the about it. Further information could be gathered by using DATSIP. As far as the online resources and information is concerned, much do not have the authenticity therefore, not a suitable approach for the given strategy of the project in consideration (Downing & Kowal, 2010)
Requirements traceability
Requirements traceability matrix is a method that can help the company to trace the requirement throughout the project life cycle. The adoption of the requirements traceability matrix provides a structure to manage the requirements and could help to ensure requirements and activities are adding value to the company(Rose, XXXXXXXXXXAs a result, requirement traceability matrix will be a suitable method for NAIDOC event to track the requirements centrally.
Requirements prioritization process
According to Waters (2009), MoSCow technique stands for:
Must Have- are the requirements that have to be done before the products be delivered.
Should Have- are the features that are not necessary but could be important and could add value to customers.
Could Have- are the features that are good to have, and could be included to the plan.
Won’t have- are the requirements that out of scope in this project, but would like to be included in the future.
SCOPE
1.1 Work
eakdown structure (3 marks)
1.0 CQUniversity NAIDOC Cele
ations
1.3 Facilities
1.2 Program
1.1 Guests
Performing guests
The equipment a
angement before the event
The equipment a
angement during the event
Speech and Show
entertainment
Attending guests

Hire player, speaks, singe
Tables and Chairs
Send invitation to Cqu staff, student
Information
Print catalog
Speak about Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander specific about women
Searching for speaker, singer and dance
Creating didgeridoo
Create logo and invitation card
Security
Electricity and Lighting
Food
Catering
1. Invite themConfirmation letter of who are coming
2. Sending email to make sure they will come
3.transportationSinging and dancing
Face painting
Hire car for transporting people
Chat and discuss with 3rd generation of aboriginal
Note: This WBS is intended to represent the full project scope of the training project.
1.2 WBS Dictionary (12 Marks)
Note: This WBS is intended to represent the full project scope of the project.
    < Performing guests
    WBS ID
    1.1.1
    Description of work
    Invite some dancers, singer and speaker from Aboriginal community to show their culture and how they cele
ate their event; like as playing didgeridoo, face painting and making didgeridoo with paper.
    Cost Estimate
    
    Start and Finish Dates
    1st Jun ~ 1st July
    < Attending guests
    WBS ID
    1.1.2
    Description of work
    The people who are getting invitation to attend this event, such as CQU staffs, students and local reporters.
    Cost Estimate
    
    Start and Finish Dates
    2st July ~ 1st July
    < Speech and Show
    WBS ID
    1.1.3
    Description of work
    The speakers who are invited to talk about Aboriginal cultures. They are cu
ent generation in Aboriginal society.
    Cost Estimate
    
    Start and Finish Dates
    8th July ~ 15th July
    < entertainment
    WBS ID
    1.1.4
    Description of work
    Dancers, singer and speaker from Aboriginal community to performing, like as playing didgeridoo, face painting and making didgeridoo with paper.
    Cost Estimate
    
    Start and Finish Dates
    8th July ~ 15th July
    < The equipment a
angement before the event
    WBS ID
    1.1.5
    Description of work
    Preparing the equipment like microphone, chairs, tables, face painting tools, papers, and ; also set up the stage area.
    Cost Estimate
    
    Start and Finish Dates
    26 Jun ~7th July
    < The equipment a
angement during the event
    WBS ID
    1.1.6
    Description of work
    Setting up all the microphones, speaker, chairs, tables, face painting material, ba
icade and etc.
    Cost Estimate
    
    Start and Finish Dates
    7th July ~ 15th July
Schedule (6 MARKS)
The project executive has asked that the project work be completed in time for NAIDOC week this year. However, project work cannot be started earlier than 14 May.
In the tables that follow, list at least three (3) work activities for each of the six (6) work packages selected. Also include the start and end dates and duration in days for each activity.
Schedule
Performing guests
    Activity
    Description of work
    Start Date
    End Date
    Duration
(days)
    Searching for speaker, singer and dance
    
    
    
    
    Hire player, speaker, singe
    
    
    
    
    Hire car for transporting people
    
    
    
    
Attending guests
    Activity
    Description of work
    Start Date
    End Date
    Duration
(days)
    Create logo and invitation card
    
    
    
    
    Send invitation to Cqu staff, student, reporte
    
    
    
    
    Confirmation letter of who are coming
    
    
    
    
Speech and Show
    Activity
    Description of work
    Start Date
    End Date
    Duration
(days)
    Speak about Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander specific about women
    
    
    
    
    Singing and dancing
    
    
    
    
    Chat and discuss with 3rd generation of aboriginal
    
    
    
    
entertainment
    Activity
    Description of work
    Start Date
    End Date
    Duration
(days)
    Creating didgeridoo
    
    
    
    
    Food
    
    
    
    
    Face painting
    
    
    
    
The equipment a
angement before the event
    Activity
    Description of work
    Start Date
    End Date
    Duration
(days)
    Print catalog
    
    
    
    
    Tables and Chairs
    
    
    
    
    Electricity and Lighting
    
    
    
    
The equipment a
angement during the event
    Activity
    Description of work
    Start Date
    End Date
    Duration
(days)
    information
    
    
    
    
    security
    
    
    
    
    Catering
    
    
    
    
Cost Baseline (4 MARKS)
.
    
    
    Weeks
    WBS id
    Activity name
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    1.1.1.1
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.1.1.2
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.1.1.3
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.1.2.1
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.1.2.2
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.1.2.3
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.2.1.1
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.2.1.2
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.2.1.3
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.2.2.1
    
    
    
    
Answered Same Day May 05, 2020 PPMP20008 Central Queensland University

Solution

Shikha answered on May 06 2020
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5.1 Schedule
Performing guests
    Activity
    Description of work
    Start Date
    End Date
    Duration
(days)
    Hiring speaker, dancer and musicians.
    Team has to look forward to hire speakers, dancers and musicians who can perform at their best in the event
    15th May
    25 May
    10
    Requirement of the performing guests
    Team has to confirm with the performers their requirement in respect to rehearsals, required form of lighting and technological assistance for their performance
    10 June
    15 June
    05
    Scheduling and finalization
    Team has to get together the list of all performances and considering the available time, a smooth and effective flow of events has to be a
ayed
    27 June
    30 June
    02
Attending guests
    Activity
    Description of work
    Start Date
    End Date
    Duration
(days)
    Mode of Invitation and Target invitees
    It is necessary to finalize the invitees for the event and also to consider the mode of invitation. For example – Personal invitation card for Mayor or any other high professional, Newspaper article for general public etc
    15 May
    20 May
    05
    Process of Inviting
    Invitation process has to be started that is getting the invitation materials ready and actually inviting the targeted audience
    05 June
    15 June
    10
    Confirmation of Invitees
    Team has to make a
angements to confirm the number of invitees which will help in getting the necessary a
angements...
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