This formal project proposal is the main assessment of PHE5PMH and will be the foundation of the project implemented in PHE5 ALA and ALB (Action Learning Study)

Formal Project Proposal of up to 3000 words uploaded as a Turnitin Assignment in the LMS.

Introduction

This assignment is the main assessment of PHE5PMH and will be the foundation of the project implemented in PHE5 ALA and ALB (Action Learning Study). It outlines as best can be anticipated the importance of your project, for whom, and how your project will be conducted.

In project management, permission to conduct a project, especially if it is dependent upon funding, is always dependent on a sponsoring organisation approving a project proposal. It may therefore be helpful to think of this assignment as being a “petition” for support of your project from your sponsor. The proposal needs to contain sufficient information to convince the sponsoring organisation, and in this case the academic staff, but also be as concise as possible.

The project proposal must include a summary of the relevant current knowledge associated with your project (referring to the literature review in your appendix, including a review of relevant peer reviewed information.) It is an important step in any project proposal, because it provides evidence to support the need for the project. The use of tables and diagrams is encouraged where it will aid clarity.

The process of completing a project proposal ensures that there is a clear understanding of the steps, processes, resources and timelines needed to complete the project. The components and relevance of the sections of the proposal will be covered in detail in the content of week 5, and revisited in learning set/tutorial.

The project proposal will be assessed on the extent to which it provides a clear, achievable basis for a project. It is important that you include all of the sections indicated in the marking criteria in your proposal.

Please upload your completed assignment in one MS Word file.

Please do not submit as a PDF.

This assignment contributes 60% of your total mark for PHE5PMH.

Word length: Body of the report 3000 words (+/-10%).

The word limit does not include

  • Appendices
  • References
  • Text in tables

The following resources provide you with all the necessary information, instructions and supporting resources required to complete your assessment task.

Task details

This formal project proposal is the main assessment of PHE5PMH and will be the foundation of the project implemented in PHE5 ALA and ALB (Action Learning Study). Assessment 3 outlines as best can be anticipated the importance of your project, how your project will be conducted and for whom.

In project management, permission to conduct a project, especially if it is reliant on funding, is always dependent on a sponsoring organisation approving a project proposal. It may therefore be helpful to think of this assessment as being a petition for support of your project from your sponsor. The proposal needs to contain sufficient information to convince the sponsoring organisation, and in this case the academic staff, but also be as concise as possible.

The project proposal must include a summary of the relevant current knowledge associated with your project (referring to the literature review in your appendix, including a review of relevant, peer-reviewed information). This is an important step in any project proposal because it provides evidence to support the need for the project and the methods or strategy. The use of tables and diagrams is encouraged where it will aid clarity.

The process of completing a project proposal ensures that there is a clear understanding of the steps, processes, resources and timelines needed to complete the project. The components and relevance of the sections of the proposal will be covered in detail in the content of Week 5, and revisited in learning set / tutorial.

The project proposal will be assessed on the extent to which it provides a clear, achievable basis for a project. It is important that you include all of the sections indicated in the marking criteria in your proposal.

Assessment criteria

This assessment will measure your ability to construct or develop the following aspects of a formal project proposal:

  • Project title and executive summary (5%)
  • Introduction (5%)
  • Supporting information (10%)
  • Deliverables and project evaluation (10%)
  • Overall project methods (10%)
  • Project ethics (5%)
  • Stakeholder management (10%)
  • Risk management (10%)
  • Resources (5%)
  • Work program (20%)
  • Presentation and references (10%)

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