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I’m working on a business multi-part question and need an explanation to help me understand better.his assessment has two parts. In the first part, you will use a matrix table (shown below) to sort the activities and events of the Fast Delivery Parts Store scenario into their appropriate, PMI-defined process groups and knowledge areas. In the second part, you will write a 1,000-word essay in which you describe the role of each process group for the project. When finished, please submit Parts 1 and 2 as a single document.Part 1Every project activity and event belongs to at least one process group and one knowledge area. As a project manager, it’s important for you to understand how these things fit together.For Part 1 of this assessment, you will sort activities and events from the Fast Delivery Parts Store (FDPS) scenario into their appropriate process groups and knowledge areas. To help get you started, you will be given a list of activities and events from the FDPS scenario as well as a downloadable template that you will eventually submit for evaluation. In addition to the activities and events on the list, you will be asked to think of an additional 10 events to add to the table.Detailed steps for Part 1 of the project are included below the following matrix table.Knowledge AreasProject Management Process Groups InitiatingPlanningExecutingControllingClosingProject Integration Management4.1 Develop Project Charter4.2 Develop Project Management Plan4.3 Direct and Manage Project Work4.4 Monitor and Control Project Work4.5 Perform Integrated Change Control4.6 Close Project or PhaseProject Scope Management 5.1 Plan Scope Management5.2 Collect Requirements5.3 Define Scope5.4 Create WBS 5.5 Validate Scope5.6 Control Scope Project Time Management 6.1 Plan Schedule Management6.2 Define Activities6.3 Sequence Activities6.4 Estimate Activity Resources6.5 Estimate Activity Durations6.6 Develop Schedule 6.7 Control Schedule Project Cost Management 7.1 Plan Cost Management7.2 Estimate Costs7.3 Determine Budget 7.4 Control Costs Project Quality Management 8.1 Plan Quality Management8.2 Perform Quality Assurance8.3 Control Quality Project Human Resource Management 9.1 Plan Human Resource Management9.2 Acquire Project Team9.3 Develop Project Team9.4 Manage Project Team Project Communication Management 10.1 Plan Communications Management10.2 Manage Communications10.3 Control Communications Project Risk Management 11.1 Plan Risk Management11.2 Identify Risks11.3 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis11.5 Plan Risk Responses 11.6 Control Risks Project Procurement Management 12.1 Plan Procurement Management12.2 Conduct Procurements12.3 Control Procurements12.4 Close ProcurementsProject Stakeholder Management13.1 Identify Stakeholders13.2 Plan Stakeholder Management13.3 Management Stakeholder Engagement13.4 Control Stakeholder Engagement Step 1: Download the Process Groups and Knowledge Areas Template. Step 2: Read through the list of activities and events from the Fast Delivery Parts Store project scenario. The list is found on the second page of the Process Groups and Knowledge Areas Template that you downloaded in Step 1.Step 3: Use the table to indicate where each individual activity and event belongs in the life cycle of the Fast Delivery Parts Store project.Note that classifying different events and placing them in a specific process group-knowledge area combination is subject to interpretation. You have some leeway in completing this classification; however, you are required to provide justification with reasons for why you chose a specific process group-knowledge area combination for each event.Step 4: Think of an additional 10 events for the Fast Delivery Parts Store project scenario, and add each event to the table. Note: You may use some creative license while thinking of these additional events.Part 2For the Fast Delivery Parts project, describe the role of each process group for the project.FormatSubmit Parts 1 and 2 as a single .doc or .docx (Microsoft Word) file.
Use 12-point, double-spaced font and 1-inch margins
Your assessment should be 1,000 words long (going a bit over this number is okay).
EvaluationThere is a rubric associated with this assessment. As a final step in this assessment, check your work against the rubric to ensure you have met all the requirements to successfully demonstrate mastery.SUBMISSION You are encouraged to submit assessments as you complete them. Feedback provided by your instructor is often helpful as you complete future assessments. Please know, if you choose to submit multiple assessments at the same time, you may experience a delay in grading turnaround time.RubricProcess Groups & Knowledge Areas RubricProcess Groups & Knowledge Areas RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProcess Groups & Knowledge Areas Matrix45 ptsCompletely Meets ExpectationsThe parts of the Fast Delivery Parts Store project are matched to the appropriate processes and knowledge areas with at least 90% accuracy. 42-45 points41 ptsMeets ExpectationsThe parts of the Fast Delivery Parts Store project are matched to the appropriate processes and knowledge areas with at least 80% accuracy. 36-41 points35 ptsDoes Not Meet ExpectationsThe parts of the Fast Delivery Parts Store project are matched to the appropriate processes and knowledge areas with less than 80% accuracy. 0-35 points45 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProcess Groups and Knowledge Areas Essay45 ptsCompletely Meets ExpectationsDescribes the role of each process group for the fast delivery parts project, clearly and in sufficient detail, so that a stakeholder unfamiliar with the project could understand. 42-45 points41 ptsMeets ExpectationsDescribes the role of nearly everyprocess group for the fast delivery parts project. With only a few exceptions, descriptions are clear and sufficiently detailed so that a stakeholder unfamiliar with the project could understand. 36-41 points35 ptsDoes Not Meet ExpectationsDoes not describe the role of each process group for the fast delivery parts project. Descriptions lack clarity or sufficient detail to enable a stakeholder unfamiliar with the project to understand. 0-35 points45 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting10 ptsCompletely Meets ExpectationsThe students writing conveys professionalism. For example, the writing is free from grammatical errors and is written in professional/non-conversational language. 10 points9 ptsMeets ExpectationsThe students writing, for the most part, conveys professionalism. For example, the writing is free from serious grammatical errors and is written in professional/non-conversational language. 8-9 points7 ptsDoes Not Meet ExpectationsThe students writing does not convey professionalism. For example, the writing contains significant grammatical errors and may be written in unprofessional/conversational language. 0-7 points10 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePMGT_01Explain the interrelationship among project management processes, process groups, and knowledge areas.threshold: 3.0 pts5 ptsMastery with Distinction3 ptsMastery0 ptsNot Yet Mastered– Total Points: 100
Requirements: .doc file