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Traditional Owner/s of the land on which CQ University campuses are located.

The Senior Supplier has asked whether there can be a single key stakeholder representing the Traditional Owners of the land on which the relevant Central Queensland Campuses are located. The Project Executive suggests that they will need more than one key stakeholder representing the Traditional Owners of the land on which Central Queensland Campuses are located.

Describe which approach is most appropriate and provide a brief explanation justifying your answer.

State which of the two opening statement styles ‘Welcome to Country’ or ‘Acknowledgement of Country’ is appropriate for the campus leaders to use and provide a brief explanation justifying your answer.

State whether the suggestion of using the previous event program and desktop research for the NAIDOC week events is an appropriate method of requirements gathering? Briefly explain your answer.

What document is used to track or ‘trace’ requirements throughout the project life cycle?

Stakeholders and Communication Plan

1 Project Description

1.1 Project Description and Background

The paper mainly reflects on the (SET) indigenous committee for providing proper opportunities for cultural as well as respectful cooperation and engagement with the people of Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander. The program of cultural engagement as well as collaboration is undertaken by SET indigenous committee in order improve knowledge of the CQU student and for raising awareness as well as understanding among both the staffs as well as students in context to indigenous culture as well as perspectives.

The project mainly focuses on hosting the program of cultural collaboration as well as engagement for the staffs and students of CQU university for promoting awareness about the indigenous culture as well as for understanding the value of indigenous culture, languages as well as history of indigenous people. The SET indigenous committee is mainly engaged for hosting the program so that students as well as staffs of the university can able to understand the significance of the culture. The main objective of the project is to promote the significance of indigenous culture among the students who generally belong to other cultural background.

1.2 Justification

Output

Outcome

Benefits

 To promote cultural awareness within the student and university staffs.

 The program of cultural awareness was mainly arranged by SET indigenous committee for reflecting the significance of history, culture and various languages of indigenous people. Furthermore, the program that is related with cultural awareness will be helpful in developing proper cultural mix within the university which assists in increasing unity staffs and students of the University.

The students of the university got interest within the program of indigenous awareness and as a result they want to get involved within the program for knowing about the history, languages and culture of indigenous people that is further beneficial in enhancing education development within the university of CQU.

 

2.1 Key Stakeholder List

Stakeholder

Category

(i.e. Sponsor / Supplier / User)

Description of Interest

Description of Influence

1

 ALB business consultancy

Sponsor

 The ALB business consultancy is the sponsor of the project who mainly engages in raising cultural consciousness within the students as well as employees of the university (CliffordMcCalman, Bainbridge & Tsey, 2015, p. 90).

 Appropriate amount of fund is provided by the sponsor so that the training program can be arranged successfully and can be able to accomplish the project objectives.

2

Bambam Tagai

 Cultural faculty

 The cultural faculty is engaged with the project so that they can be able to provide proper understanding as well as knowledge to the students as well as staffs of the university so that they can be  capable of knowing about the culture, history and languages of indigenous culture

Both the students and university staffs get interested in the program and as a result they become eager to know about the history, languages as well as culture of the indigenous people (Bresnen, 2016, p. 328).

3

 Lindy Tagai

Team co-ordinator

 The team co-ordinator generally creates team for the participants who will get engaged within the project.

 The team co-ordinator must have proper understanding as well as knowledge about the culture of the indigenous people that they can be able to promote the program by reflecting its importance before the participants so that more people become curious for involving within the project.

4

 Ethan Watson

Program organizer

 The program manager is mainly responsible of executing the indigenous program successfully so that it will be executed within the expected budget and time (Ridani et al., 2015, p.111).

 The cultural awareness is generally raised among the staffs as well as employees in order to promote education in context to indigenous culture

5

 SET indigenous committee

 Project co-ordinator

 The project coordinator who mainly engages in coordinating the entire indigenous project plays an important role in finishing the project within the expected deadline.

 Proper co-ordination within the project assists participants to successfully involve within the project for acquiring knowledge about the culture of indigenous people (Rose, 2013, p. 43)

6

Education suppliers Pvt. Ltd

Suppliers

 The suppliers are the person who generally supplies all the raw materials as well as other needed resources that are required for finishing the project within the expected budget and time (Svejvig & Andersen, 2015, p.279).

 They suppliers generally provides all the necessary resources that are generally needed including blackboards, papers and more so that the program can be hoisted in time.

2.2 Stakeholders Engagement Assessment Matrix (3 marks)

Stakeholder

Unaware

Resistant

Neutral

Supportive

Leading

1. Team coordinator

2. Sponsor

ü 

ü 

3. Project coordinator

ü 

4.Program organizer

ü 

5.Supplier

ü 

6. Cultural faculty

ü 

2.3 Stakeholder Communication (1 mark)

Communication method

PULL or PUSH

Justification

 Meeting

 PULL

 The meeting is arranged to discuss about the methods that are helpful in enhancing the number of participants within the project.

Video conference

PUSH

 The project manager motivates the project team members to work effectively for making the program successful.

Email

PUSH

The team members are ordered to execute the project within the expected deadline.

Presentation

PULL

 The benefits as well as important of indigenous program is discussed with the staffs of the CQU university for making them involved within the project.

(5 marks)

Describe which approach is most appropriate and provide a brief explanation justifying your answer.

 It is not proper to have one single project stakeholder who will generally takes the entire responsibility of reflecting various lands of the traditional owners on which the campuses of the college is present. This is generally die to the fact that it is not possible for one single person to takes the entre responsibility of all the campuses successfully at one single time. Therefore, the project stakeholders must be presented as the project land owners so that each of the individual can be able to analyze or determine the conditions associated with the campus appropriately. Proper time must be spent on collection of data as well as information and if an individual does not spent proper time then it can analyzed that the procedure of data collection is not done in an appropriate way (Walker, Schultz & Sonn, 2014, p. 196). Hence, one stakeholder must be selected for one specific campus of the CQ University.

State which of the two opening statement styles ‘Welcome to Country’ or ‘Acknowledgement of Country’ is appropriate for the campus leaders to use and provide a brief explanation justifying your answer.

It is identified that “acknowledgement of country” is considered appropriate for the leaders of the campus for utilizing as the opening statement of the program. However, the opening style by mentioning welcome to country is not appropriate for the foreigners who came for studying in the CQU university and this  is because those people only wants to acknowledge by the names of their country.

State whether the suggestion of using the previous event program and desktop research for the NAIDOC week events is an appropriate method of requirements gathering? Briefly explain your answer.

It is identified that is not suitable method of requirement collecting because both the project are different in context to the requirements as well as needs. Therefore, it is very much needed to analyze the requirements of the project effectively and utilizes it for arranging that event. It is necessary for the designer to change the idea of the event as per the project needs because if same activities are utilized for both projects then there are chances of problem creation (Nasir et al., 2016, p.357)

Approach to Representing Traditional Owners

What document is used to track or ‘trace’ requirements throughout the project life cycle?

  Central resource log database is useful in the cloud platform in order to trace the project requirements within the entire project lifecycle. It is found that one the project related resources are used, project site manager generally enters the server in order to update the database that is cloud based (Truong, Paradies & Priest, 2014, p. 99)

. List the four components of the MoSCoW technique

   The four different components of the MoSCoW techniques are as follows:

  • Must have
  • Could have
  • Would have
  • oS for making pronunciation easy
  • Should have

Figure 1: WBS

(Created by Author)

Involving students and staffs of CQU

WBS ID

1.1.1

Description of work

Involving students and staffs of CQU to hoist the program on indigenous culture

Cost Estimate

$1680.00

Start and Finish Dates

Start- 19-04-18

Finish 23-04-18

Arrangement for the program

WBS ID

1.1.2

Description of work

 Arranging the program of indigenous culture for promoting cultural awareness among the students of CQU university

Cost Estimate

$4880.00

Start and Finish Dates

Start: 30-04-18

Finish 02-05-2018

Indigenous cultural program

WBS ID

1.2.1

Description of work

 Indigenous cultural program is undertake n for raising awareness among the people.

Cost Estimate

$4920.00

Start and Finish Dates

Start:10-5-18

Finish- 21-05-18

Creating content for cultural awareness

WBS ID

1.2.2

Description of work

 The program is undertaken for raising cultural awareness

Cost Estimate

$4960

Start and Finish Dates

Start:22-05-2018

Finish: 30-05-2018

Training

WBS ID

1.3.1

Description of work

Training is arranged proper providing proper knowledge

Cost Estimate

$5520

Start and Finish Dates

Start-31-05-18

Finish-11-06-18

Developing knowledge on indigenous culture

WBS ID

1.3.2

Description of work

 Providing proper education and knowledge to the staffs and students of CQU university

Cost Estimate

$9920.00

Start and Finish Dates

Start:12-06-18

Finish: 27-06-18

Involving students and staffs of CQU

Activity

Description of work

Start Date

End Date

Duration

(days)

1.1.1

Gathering information about indigenous culture

Thu 19-04-18

Thu 19-04-18

3 days

1.1.2

Announcing about the indigenous program

Tue 24-04-18

Tue 24-04-18

2 days

1.1.3

Insisting students and staffs to join the program

Thu 26-04-18

Thu 26-04-18

2 days

Activity

Description of work

Start Date

End Date

Duration

(days)

1.2.1

Developing program

Fri 27-04-18

Tue 01-05-18

3 days

1.2.2

Identifying methods for raising cultural awareness

Wed 02-05-18

Thu 03-05-18

2 days

1.2.3

Conducting cultural awareness program

Fri 04-05-18

Tue 08-05-18

3 days

Activity

Description of work

Start Date

End Date

Duration

(days)

2.1.1

Developing groups

Thu 10-05-18

Fri 11-05-18

2 days

2.1.2

Providing proper details about the program

Mon 14-05-18

Wed 16-05-18

3 days

2.1.3

Reflecting importance of cultural content

Thu 17-05-18

Mon 21-05-18

3 days

Activity

Description of work

Start Date

End Date

Duration

(days)

2.2.1

Dividing people into teams

Tue 22-05-18

Wed 23-05-18

2 days

2.2.2

Utilizing different methods for communication

Thu 24-05-18

Mon 28-05-18

3 days

2.2.3

Updating information about cultural diversity

Tue 29-05-18

Activity

Description of work

Start Date

End Date

Duration

(days)

3.1.1

Developing groups

Thu 31-05-18

Thu 31-05-18

1 day

3.1.2

Giving appropriate study materials

Fri 01-06-18

Wed 06-06-18

4 days

3.1.3

Arranging seminars

Thu 07-06-18

Mon 11-06-18

3 days

Activity

Description of work

Start Date

End Date

Duration

(days)

3.2.1

Creating teams

Tue 12-06-18

Wed 13-06-18

2 days

3.2.2

Assigning study rooms

Thu 14-06-18

Wed 20-06-18

5 days

3.2.3

Providing details about indigenous culture

Thu 21-06-18

Wed 27-06-18

5 days

Weeks

WBS id

Activity name

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1.1.1

Gathering information about indigenous culture

$720

1.1.2

Announcing about the indigenous program

$480

1.1.3

Insisting students and staffs to join the program

$480

1.2.1

Developing program

$1320

1.2.2

Identifying methods for raising cultural awareness

$1280

1.2.3

Conducting cultural awareness program

$2280

2.1.1

Developing groups

$1440

2.1.2

Providing proper details about the program

$2040

2.1.3

Reflecting importance of cultural content

$1440

2.2.1

Dividing people into teams

$1520

2.2.2

Utilizing different methods for communication

$2160

2.2.3

Updating information about cultural diversity

$1280

3.1.1

Developing groups

$480

3.1.2

Giving appropriate study materials

$2880

3.1.3

Arranging seminars

$2160

3.2.1

Creating teams

$1520

3.2.2

Assigning study rooms

$3600

3.2.3

Providing details about indigenous culture

$4800

Total weekly cost

$1200

$1800

$3560

$3480

$2960

$3440

$3360

$3680

$3600

$4800

Cumulative cost

$1200

$3000

$6560

$10040

$13000

$16440

$19800

$23480

$27,080

$31,880

Risk Register

Name

Description  

Likelihood

Impact   

Response type

Mitigation strategy

Threat

 Lack of appropriate knowledge

High

High

Mitigate

For mitigating this issue, it is quite essential to reflect the significance of indigenous culture among the students as well as employees of the CQU university so that their level of interest in the program grows.

Threat

Racism

Medium

Medium

Avoid

This type of risk can be avoided by implementing proper rules and regulations.

Opportunity

 Difficulty in tracking project weekly

 High

high

resolve

 Weekly tracking of project helps in keeping proper track on the project and thus helps the project managers to sure that the entire project will be finished within the expected deadline.

Tolerance

Specific Tolerance allowed  

Tolerance specified for time

50 days

Tolerance specified for cost

$31,880

Previous lessons learned

Proposed activity to address  

(in current project)  

Work package which activity will be added

Lesson

Previously there have been problems with attendance of students and staff at campus events. Attendance was low when students and staff perceived that the event did not relate to them or they had little interest in the event theme.

 The program was arranged in a different way so that the staffs as well as students of the university will generate interest in the project get involved within it. The presentation for the program was done on projector by reflecting the necessary audio as well as images. This technique is useful and assists student to involve within the project.

The activities that are added include:

Ø Developing groups

Ø Giving appropriate study materials

Ø Arranging seminars

 

The undersigned acknowledge that they have reviewed the <Project Name> Assessment Task 2 and agree with the information presented within this document.

Signature:

< Please Fill>

Date:

< Please Fill>

Print Name:

< Please Fill>

Title:

< Please Fill>

Organisation:

[Consider who would have the authority to approve the start of this project?]

 

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