Project Management Plan - Warabrook and Maitland

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PROJECT MANAGEMENTPLAN
TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Introduction..................................................................................................................................42. Project Chapter.............................................................................................................................42.1 Project background and business need.............................................................................42.2 Project goals/ Objectives..................................................................................................52.3 Project scope.....................................................................................................................52.4 Significant milestones......................................................................................................62.5 Project budget...................................................................................................................62.6 key Stakeholders...............................................................................................................62.7 Schedule management:.....................................................................................................73. Project management approach.....................................................................................................73.1 Project management methodology..................................................................................73.2 Strategy and procedures to achieve project goal and objectives......................................74. Scope management plan..............................................................................................................84.1. Project scope statement...................................................................................................84.2 Work breakdown structure...............................................................................................94.3 Scope control plan..........................................................................................................105. Requirements management plan................................................................................................115.1 Requirements management plan.....................................................................................115.2 Requirements traceability matrix...................................................................................116. Stakeholder management plan...................................................................................................126.1 Stakeholder analysis.......................................................................................................126.2 Stakeholder management plan........................................................................................137. Risk management plan...............................................................................................................157.1 Risk register....................................................................................................................158. Conclusion.................................................................................................................................16References......................................................................................................................................17
1. IntroductionTrain line is a continuous electric control unit on electric trains of two or more than twomotor driven cars in order to control the motors on those rare cars from the master controller inthe cab of the first seller. In other words it can be defined as an independent digital train platformis called train lines. It enables trains to move by providing a dependable surface for their wheelsso that they can roll upon. This project management plan is about “The removal of the publictrain line between Warabrook and Maitland, NSW”(6. Hong and et.al., 2016). The main aim ofthis project management plan is to evaluate different ways to remove the public train linebetween Warabrook and Maitland, NSW. This project has been chosen because train linesbetween Warabrook and Maitland, NSW are creating problems as some of the train lines are oldenough due to which their quality is continuously degrading so it has become a compulsion toremove public train line between Warabrook and Maitland so that further creation of problemscan be controlled.2. Project Chapter2.1 Project background and business needAs discussed above maintenance of quality of train lines and their quality is important.Most of the train lines between Warabrook and Maitland have degraded their quality and due towhich many accidents have occurred due to breakdown of train lines. Due to this sometime manytrains get delayed and as a result customers have to wait. Maintenance of trains and train lines isimportant for railway signalling system. Irregular railway lines work as a barrier between the twocities and create significant problems. So. Removal of train line between Warabrook andMaitland, NSW is necessary as well as important(3. GUPTA and LOH, 2016).Another reason for which has become a need of this project is that the route of train linebetween Warabrook and Maitland is quite complicated and is in the residential area where manyfamilies resides and it as already been discussed that quality of train lines in this area isdegrading which is becoming a reason for accidents, train delays and creation of many otherproblems. So, this has become a need to remove train line between Warabrook and Maitland. Inother words business need of this project is to remove all the degraded train lines betweenWarabrook and Maitland, NSW.
In the above picture one of the train line route between Warabrook and Maitland is shown whichshows the complicated path of the train lines in the residential area between Warabrook andMaitland.2.2 Project goals/ ObjectivesGoals or objectives of a project are the statements that provide the overall context of the projectwhich shows that what a project is trying to achieve and what it needs to deliver. Following arethe Project goals or objectives of the topic “The removal of the public train line betweenWarabrook and Maitland, NSW”.To evaluate different methods of removal of public train line between Warabrook andMaitland, NSW.To examine intermediatories in removal of public train lines between Warabrook andMaitland, NSW.To analyse the problems due to which removal of train lines between Warabrook andMaitland, NSW is needed.To recommend strategies that can be used for removal of public train lines betweenWarabrook and Maitland, NSW.2.3 Project scopeProject scope is the documenting a list of specific goals, deliverables, constraints etc. In otherwords it can be defined as all the conditions, tasks or required things that are needed in
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