ITC542 Internetworking with TCP/IP - Assessment item 4 - Risk Planning, Project Close - Presentation

Task
This assignment is a combination of personal and team work.Your casebook is downloadable from a link in the Interact2 subject site under the Assignment tab or you may also scan it here:
Task 4.1 - Risk Planning
(6 marks, Team Discussions, then final version in Presentation, attached to the Journal)
Task 4.2 - Project Progress and Results & Close Out
(4 marks, Team Discussions, then final version also in same Presentation, attached to the Journal) Team Powerpoint, Presentation & Submission (5 marks)
Task 4.3 - Knowledge Management Feedback Form (Realising Benefits)(4 marks, individual work in Journal)

Important Notes :
Two important items to be posted to Discussions : Minutes and Rating Scores.
Every member must copy-and-paste Meeting Minutes into Journal so marks can be allocated.
The FINAL Rating Score sheet must be posted to Discussions as well, just before date due.
This works on the same base as explained in Assignment 2.
Your lecturer is the Product Owner. Each week during class time (or online meeting) your Product Owner will give you instructions. If appropriate, the Product Owner may issue new instructions to the team.

Hence your attendance at these events is very important. For online students, it is important for you to listen to the recording as soon as it's available. As a team, you work to the instructions of the Product Owner and Team Leader (Scrum Master).
Journal Entry. The Journal function in Interact2 must be used. External journal sites are not permitted.
If your country geo-blocks Interact2 website or your circumstance prevents you from accessing the Internet (eg. due to a disability), please contact your lecturer immediately. If it is an office/organisation firewall preventing access, you must find an alternative Internet access point to complete this task.

Rationale
This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:

  • be able to research and critically evaluate how a practising IT project manager applies IT project management techniques, project management skills, methods and softw are tools in the IT industry.
  • be able to understand and apply appropriate communication practices within a project management context.
  • be able to research and apply established IT project management principles, skills and techniques to a case study.
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