Gantt Chart

part A: Gantt Chart
A project management Gantt chart reports the tasks required to execute the project, including subtasks and their interrelationships.

Use Microsoft Project to complete a project management Gantt chart for the project you selected in Assessment 1. You can download a copy of MS Project using the instructions in the Resources. Below are some useful resources as you do so:

See the Microsoft tutorials offered in the left navigational menu in the courseroom for assistance using Microsoft Project.
See the Resources for this assessment for further information about Gantt charts.
Visit the Capella library to find two or more professional-quality resources to support your work.
Part B: Work Breakdown Structure
Create a Work Breakdown Structure. You can use the WBS Template (linked in the Resources under the Suggested Resources heading) or another Word or Excel template of your choice. This assessment component must include:

Project scope statement.
WBS organizational chart.
Project deliverables, including the following:
Estimate effort.
WBS dictionary.
Scope baseline.
Updated scope management plan.
Requested changes.
Note: You may use Microsoft Visio to create the WBS. Instructions for downloading your free copy are in the Resources.

Your Gantt chart and WBS will be evaluated on the following criteria:

Provide a Microsoft Project Gantt chart. Include sub-tasks as well as a note describing how you developed the chart.
Develop a detailed project initiation and planning schedule. Use features of Microsoft Project such as notes or formatting to clarify the activities.
Analyze the amount of time that will be required to complete the tasks identified in a high-level WBS, and schedule appropriately.
Identify labor and materials resources required for the project. Baseline the resources for the project.
Communicate effectively in a professional manner consistent with the standards and conventions of project management.

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