MN601 Network Project Management :
MN601 Network Project Management Instruction
All MN601 laboratory reports should be submitted weekly at the end of each laboratory section as individual submissions via Moodle.
Organise and arrange your Moodle folder submission needly. You need to name your files using the weekly laboratory number, your names, and student ID, such as LabWeek11 YourName MITID.
The laboratory activities have two sections, Section A is about Microsoft Project and Section B has a few questions related to project management areas. Thus, it will provide you with a better understanding of the topics.
Do not retype or reuse laboratory questions to avoid high similarities, always aim for 0% similarities for all laboratory reports. For Microsoft Project Section A, when you submit screenshots, please take the whole screenshots of your screen. Ensure your report is different from that of other students and not plagiarised.
Late submissions will result in a loss of 10% marks for each day the report is late.
Section A: Microsoft Project – Closing the Project
As your project is almost finished does not mean that your work is done. You still need to resolve any issue or detail you may have and obtain customer acceptance of final deliverables. Conduct a “lessons learned” session, recording information about areas for improvement and best practices. Make any final updates to the project plan. Finally, archive the project plan according to your organization’s guidelines.
Learning Outcomes of MN601 Networking Project Management
- Closing the Project Using MS Project 2021
- Create a final report
- Save a project as a template
- Save MyFirstProject file
1. Closing project
a. Create a final report
- Open MyFirstProject.mpp
- On the Reports tab, click Visual Reports to see project’s data as a PivotTable report in Excel 2021 or a PivotDiagram view in Visio Professional 2016
- Double-click a report category, and then double-click the predefined report. Enter any requested information. A preview of the report appears.
- To print the report, click Print.
b. Save a project as a template
- On the File tabàSave As, click Template to make it a template for future projects.
2. Save MyFirstProject file
Section B: Project Management Questions – Project Integration and Closure
- Explain why good project integration management is one of the keys to overall project success?
- Explain and provide an example that a project moves into the closing stage when customers accept the project deliverables.
- Explain the need for customer feedback when you close a project and provide at least three questions for it.
- What are the benefits of documenting lesson learnt of a project?
MN601 Networking Project Management