The project charter is one of the more important project documents. It authorizes the project, provides the purpose and justification for the project and provides the criteria to judge project success.
The specific parts of the St. Dismas Assisted Living Facility case study you will need to prepare the project charter are listed below.
Meredith, J.R., Mantel, Jr. S.J., Shafer, S.M., & Sutton, M.M. (2017). Project management in practice (6th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Part 1: Friendly Assisted Living Facility – 1 (pp. 29-30)
Part 4: Friendly Assisted Living Facility Project Budget Development—4 (p. 139-141)
Part 5: Friendly Assisted Living Facility Program Plan—5 (pp. 179-181)
Friendly Assisted Living Facility Construction Project Plan (pp. 181)
Your project charter must include:
Purpose and Justification for the project
Objectives of the project
High Level Project Requirements
Tangible Measures of Project Success
Project Assumptions and Constraints
Assumptions for the Project
Constraints for the Project
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