required to produce a narrative

8 reports each reports should not exceed 2 Pages and no refrences. The Reports to be produced for assessment as one file: 1- You are required to produce a narrative to justify the approach used in the assumptions to generate the plans. This includes work you carried out in tasks A to E 2- Produce and report on the project management plan 3- Report on the project schedule plans and associated information. This should be generated from the Microsoft project software. This should cover all the work you have done in tasks B to E and 11 4- Produce a narrative on the project cash flow an EVM d generated in task B and D 5- Produce and report on the project communication plan 6- Produce and report on the project risk plan 7- Produce and report on the project quality plan 8- Produce a report on the techniques you used to track the project progress. Use examples from the current project Project management life cycle that include the following process group for the project (Attached) A. Project Initiating: • Divide projects into phases • Uncover high initial Project Requirements, Assumptions, and Risk. • Assessing the project feasibility (optional) • Develop project charter ( full project charter examples and templates will be provided) • Stake holder’s analysis B. Project Planning: • Determine project plans • Detailed requirements and project scope statement. • Determine what to purchase (materials optional) • Create WBS and WBS dictionary (using project management software) • Create activity list, network diagram, resources, and estimate time (using project management software). • Estimate cost. • Develop critical path, project schedule, and budget (using project management software • The estimates developed in task single values with the assumption that activity time are known with certainty by using a single activity time estimate. In reality however, because of uncertainties in carrying out each activity, the activity time estimate are not always certain. Therefore, you are required to use PERT probabilistic method, which follows beta distribution, three time estimates to • estimate the expected time (mean) and variance of the distribution of the activities in the critical path. Expected time is the weight average of the three time estimates (optimistic (a), pessimistic (b) and most likely time (m) (this the value you already estimated in task 5). Use the following for computing expected time and variance: • In the Microsoft project change the duration of the activities in the critical path to (optimistic (a), pessimistic (b). then reproduce the project plans • Generate the project cash flow based on the three scenarios • Now you are required to investigate how much it would cost to reduce the expected project duration by 10 working days. • Determine quality standard, metrics, and processes improvement plans. • Determine communications and stakeholders plans. • Identify project risk, and • Create change management plan (optional) C. Project Executing : • Execute work according to PM plans • Request change. • Quality assurance • Manage, reward, and release resources. • D. Monitoring and Controlling: • Measure performance according to the project baseline (Scope, Time, and Cost) all other baseline. • Use Earned Value Management (EVM) to analyze project performance. • Prepare reports (status reports, progress, reports, cash flow reports, and forecast reports). • Scope validation, E. Closing project: • Confirm work is done to requirements. • Complete final acceptance of the project. • Solicit feedback and collect lessons learned.