Project Analysis, Selection, and Charter
Now is the time to choose the subject matter for your project plan. You will use the subject matter you choose for this assessment to complete the project charter and Assessments 2–6. The Davis article addresses some of the important questions you must ask when beginning a project. As you choose the subject matter for your project plan, ask questions based on the information in the Davis article to help with your choice.
The subject matter for your project plan must come from one of the following two options. Once you have selected your project, use it to create your project charter in Part 3 of this assessment.
You may choose a project of your own that meets the following requirements:
At a project’s initiation, management and stakeholders authorize and approve the work to be done. This process often takes the form of a project charter, which can be either an informal document or a formal contract. In both cases, key stakeholders should sign the document to indicate their approval.
For this part of the assessment, use the Project Charter Template, linked in the Resources under the Required Resources heading, to create a project charter for the project you selected in Part 2. Your project charter should include the following components:
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