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IT221 / IT 221 / Week 2 CheckPoint: Project Management in Everyday Life (GROUP ASSIGNMENT)

IT221 / IT 221 / Week 2 CheckPoint: Project Management in Everyday Life (GROUP ASSIGNMENT)

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CheckPoint: Project Management in Everyday Life (GROUP ASSIGNMENT)
 Resource: Page 30 of Systems Analysis and Design Methods.
 Create a sample project plan by completing the following:
o Collaborative discussion clusters will be assigned.
o Each cluster will choose one project from the list below.
o Discuss the elements included in a SDLC with your cluster as they relate to your selected project.
o Work individually using the collaborative discussion to help plot the SDLC elements for the individual submission of the assignment.
o Include the impact of the triple constraints.
o Include as much detail as possible.
o Use the SDLC phase names listed on p. 30 of the text.
Projects to choose from:
o Buying a car or house
o Building a house
o Landscaping your yard
o Upgrading a kitchen or bathroom
o Building a small e-business
o Raising money for a charity
o Organizing your garage
o Scheduling a vacation
o Organizing a family reunion
o Organizing a child’s first birthday party
o Organizing a group trip to Disneyland for 15 people
CheckPoint: Project Management in Everyday Life (GROUP ASSIGNMENT)
 Resource: Page 30 of Systems Analysis and Design Methods.
 Create a sample project plan by completing the following:
o Collaborative discussion clusters will be assigned.
o Each cluster will choose one project from the list below.
o Discuss the elements included in a SDLC with your cluster as they relate to your selected project.
o Work individually using the collaborative discussion to help plot the SDLC elements for the individual submission of the assignment.
o Include the impact of the triple constraints.
o Include as much detail as possible.
o Use the SDLC phase names listed on p. 30 of the text.
Projects to choose from:
o Buying a car or house
o Building a house
o Landscaping your yard
o Upgrading a kitchen or bathroom
o Building a small e-business
o Raising money for a charity
o Organizing your garage
o Scheduling a vacation
o Organizing a family reunion
o Organizing a child’s first birthday party
o Organizing a group trip to Disneyland for 15 people

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Purchasing a new car

System Initiation - (Identify the problem) It is crucial to buy a new car since the existing car I commute won't continue for a long time. System Analysis - (Examine problem and Find needs and expectations) There's a trouble with my existing car and it's very costly to repair it. My existing car is costing me a ton of cash to keep. It is very important to buy a new car to prevent needing to repair the old car again and again. Existing car also becomes extremely bad gas mileage and it has no guarantee. The low gas mileage also doesn't assist me due to existing gas rates getting so high. Due to my existing job, my budget for the new car including fuel for the month will be $400. I have to make certain that the new car fulfills all my needs and requirements. I am prepared to buy a new car in the thirty days if everything goes as per schedule. My new car must have a 100,000 mile or 120 month guarantee, this way it will recover the expense of any mechanic charges.

000 Guarantee .100.000 Advance payment .$23.100.000 Trade-in price $3. I have carried out my investigation on the net regarding the car which will fulfill all the needs which I am searching for in a new car.(Find Alternative Methods and develop the selected method) I will be repairing my existing car for just one last time and ensure it will be all set for a trade-in towards my new car.000 Trade-in price $3.28 city/39 highway .35 city/45 highway Payment per month gas .000 Advance payment .000 miles or ten years Miles per gallon . I'm not hoping to get excellent trade-in sum for my new car because of the existing condition of the old car.$5000 Full Cost $20.$5.$375 Second Car Toyota Camry Hybrid.000 miles or ten years Miles per gallon .    First Car Toyota Prius Hybrid.000 Guarantee .$28.System Design .000 Full Cost $15.

000 miles or ten years guarantee that was precisely what I wanted.$385 I test drove every car and I went with the Toyota Prius Hybrid. System Implementation . The car also included 100. I will sign all documents required to carry out this deal. and it was a fantastic car to drive. The cost was fair and the gas mileage was excellent. the perfect guarantee. I selected this car since it fulfilled all my requirements and needs.(Apply the remedy and assess the outcomes) I am presently prepared to trade in my old car and buy the new one. There' no requirement to correct anything.    . Generally I think I made a good decision in buying the Toyota Prius Hybrid The Toyota Prius Hybrid got the ideal gas mileage.Payment per month gas. Almost everything went as per schedule such as timeframe I scheduled on purchasing the car and the spending budget I had scheduled.

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