Majan College Telephone Billing System Project Report

Your report should be word processed and professionally presented. The length of your report should

be between 2000 – 2500 words, presented in text of font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing.

As a project manager, you have the overall responsibility of controlling your project through its entire life cycle. The management has requested you to submit a project charter report consisting of:

  • Project Description
    • Describes the Background of selected topic. Explain the problems that the project will address.Identify the key needs that the project is designed to meet, and include any background material on reasons why the project needs have arisen.
  • Stakeholders
    • Identify the relevant Stakeholders of your project with their roles and responsibility.
  • Project Objectives / Success Criteria
    • Explains the Project’s Business Objectives, and the Success Criteria used to measure them.
  • Scope (In and Out)
    • Describes the Scope of the Project (both in-scope and out-of-scope)
  • Assumptions / Dependencies
    • Explain the Assumptions, Constraints and Dependencies of Project (preliminary).
    • Describes the Major Milestones that the Project has to achieve including the target date.
  • Work breakdown structure (WBS):
    • Provide a WBS, which lists all major tasks, and sub tasks. The WBS identifies the project elements that require resources, used to organize the cost estimates and to ensure that the cost of all identified work has been estimated, and provides the relationship among all the components of the project and the project deliverables.
    • Include Gantt chart and Network Diagram.
  • Resources Needed
    • Describes the Roles / Competencies needed to implement the project and Human resources.
  • Conclusion
    • Provide asummary statement covering all aspects covered in the report

Assumptions:List the key assumptions that the project depends on (resources, policies, scheduling, technology, etc.).

Constraints: List the restrictions or limitations (based on time and cost) that will guide decision-making throughout the life of the project.

  • References

Your report should include a title, table of contents and references. You may make any suitable assumptions while writing the report.