Define the Objectives of Your Project

1. Select a project for the purpose of completing the writing assignments of this course. Note: Ensure that you can develop enough information to thoroughly cover the project topic (i.e., select a project that is of a good size, not too large or too small). 2. “Further Expansion of Project Ideas” Please respond to the following: By now, you should have firmed up your idea(s) for a project to pursue through communication with your professor and classmates. Explain through a post in Blackboard the following:

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  • What problem(s) your suggested project solves or what opportunities it capitalizes on.
  • How does it fit the scope statement template previously mentioned (page 105 of the textbook), hence making it a viable project.

They are included in your Project Charter. An objective should
be written in a way that it can be evaluated at the conclusion of a
project to see whether it was achieved. A well-worded objective will be
Specific, Measurable, Attainable / Achievable, Realistic and Time-bound
(SMART). (SMART is a technique for wording the objective. An objective
does not absolutely have to be SMART to be valid.)

An example of an objective statement might be to “upgrade the customer service telephone system by December 31 to achieve average client wait times of no more than two minutes“.

  • Note that the objective is specific.
  • The objective is measurable in terms of the average client wait times the new phone system is trying to achieve.
  • You can assume that the objective is achievable and realistic.
  • The objective is time-bound, and should be completed by December 31.