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Project Planning Rubric

Guidelines for Creating a Professional Project Plan

You need to plan your project and produce a project plan in consultation with your Academic Supervisor. The plan should clearly indicate how you propose to complete your project. For example: What would you do; Who will be involved; Where will you obtain data from; When will you complete parts of the project; How will you complete the project Considering the diverse nature of projects, you should discuss and agree the appropriate elements and headings with your academic supervisor. You need to identify and state the purpose of the project clearly and ensure that the scope and timelines are realistic. Your methods and analysis should be robust and aligned with the purpose of the project. You’ll also be assessed on how professional the project plan is presented. You may also include diagrams to support your plan. Remember that this Project Plan must be suitable for presentation to an organisation. You should also show how you will obtain any evidence to support your approach to complete this project. Evidence could include research literature, technical reports, textbooks, news reports, business magazines, conversations with relevant people, and other relevant documentation. Please ensure that you adhere to the MIT Research Ethics Regulations by completing the Application Form for Ethical Approval of Research Projects and submit it to your Academic Supervisor for review before you start working on your project.  


Project Planning Rubric



Your Marks



An overview of the sector and a detailed description of the organisation or field of research to be undertaken is provided.


-          Describe the organisation including its product, service or purpose.

-          The industry sector, the position of this organisation in that sector and the interactions of the sector as it impacts the research.

-          The issues, need, or other reason that research is required or desirable.

-          The research problem.  This is not the research questions, it is the area of research that will impact, directly or indirectly, the need identified above.

-          The research team, researcher, the contacts, and the organisational structure to indicate the level of research to be undertaken








The purpose clearly stated and aligned with the project deliverables and/or expected outcomes. Research questions included.


-          The purpose –specific in terms of what is needed to resolve the issue, meet the need, suggest improvements, evaluate systems or other.

-          Sets out the objectives - the high-level outcomes.

-          Sets out the specific aims in relation to the issues.

-          The research questions are stated. Two minimum

-          Research sub-questions are stated – Two per research question minimum.

-          Questions are written in an accepted format including appropriate verb, area of interest, setting, sample

-          Where a significant number of research questions are identified this may be limited by reference to scope.








Scope and Timeline

The scope and timeline are realistic and enable you to complete the project within the agreed timeframe. Assumptions and limitations of the project are included.



-    Identifies the scope in terms of theory, practice, and organisational structure.

-   Identifies out of scope which are pertinent but not part of this research clearly stating why they are excluded and if further research may be needed.



-    Identifies assumptions required for the research, about any data sources, other project specific.


-     Practical limitations are identified

-    Data, sampling, confidentiality and other applicable are identified.

-    Clear statement on the effect on the research of the limitations

-  Limitations plan is included to mitigate or limit impact.

-    Resource access constraints – the organisation may limit access to potentially relevant resources.   


-  Timeline is realistic.






Literature Review

An overview of credible scholarly research and industry sector research in the chosen field, research design and analysis relating to the research topic is clearly stated.


Literature review include

1.  Literature to identify the problem area, potential issues, or processes.

2.   Research questions are identified in the literature review.

3.       Literature on the research questions

4.       Sub questions are identified in the literature review

5.       Literature on the research sub questions.


6.       Literature review to include methodology for the research identifies other similar or analogous research methods used and provides a basis for this proposal’s methodology.


7.       A literature table must be included in an appendix using the template. Minimum of 10 sources including minimum 6 which are peer reviewed journal articles using a recognised database.

8.       Literature must be current for the topic area.

9.       The literature review to be written as a synthesis of literature






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