Assessment 2 and Assessment 3 are to be completed using the Virtucon & Globex Scenario outlined in Interact 2.
Assessment 2: You are to complete the following tasks based on the discussions and learnings from meetings held with your assigned team. Your work should be submitted individually, and will be marked individually according to the rubric.
Learning cycles give structure to your team meetings and accountability for when you and your team work outside of the meeting schedule Firstly, prior to your next meeting, assign roles to the team. There should only be two central roles â€“ the organiser and the scribe:
Organiser organises the meeting by writing down the team's ideas and then distributes them to the team for feedback.
Scribe documents the ideas and action points going forward.
Using peer learning and reflections, document your understanding of the project at this point in time in a table format.
probably a larger list of questions to be answered. Seek answers to your questions, and show the iteration of learning cycles as you gain a deeper understanding.
As a team, brainstorm and identify all stakeholders to the project. Then individually, develop an appropriate communication plan.
Write a brief reflection of no more than 300 words of your team work experience in this subject. To guide your reflection you should address the following questions:
How did your experience compare to your understanding of the leadership qualities required to successfully lead a project?
Based on your experience, what are necessary techniques, skills, methods and ICT project manager requires in the IT profession?
Submit your assignment online via Turnitin in the nominated class. Turnitin details for the individual classes would be provided on Interact2.
This assessment meets the following learning outcomes:
be able to identify, critically analyse, reflect on and synthesise the key elements of the IT project management framework, including project stakeholders, communication management, the project management knowledge areas, common tools and techniques, and project success factors;
be able to critically analyse the role of IT project management within a professional workplace, from the viewpoint of the member/leader of the project team;
be able to research and critically evaluate how a practising IT project manager applies IT project management techniques, project management skills, methods and software tools in the IT industry;
be able to understand and apply appropriate communication practices within a project management context;
be able to research and apply established IT project management principles, skills and techniques to a case study.