Flowchart and summary
The c-suite at Intuit, Inc. wants to convert some of their systems to a cloud-based system in a 12-month project with a budget of $1,000,000. You will be serving as the IT project manager. Review the documents that provide some background and perspectives of the IT group and c-suite group on the project.
Role Information—IT Group (Attached)
Role Information—C-Suite Group (Attached)
Read the scenario and complete the instructions in the Project Management Flowchart and Summary assignment document. (Attached)
Submit your flowchart (via PDF file or link) and your summary.
Message of Change
A change occurred during Phase III of Intuit, Inc.’s cloud-based applications project. The systems administrator submitted her 2 weeks’ notice and will be leaving the company. Her part of the project will need to be assigned to someone else until the position is filled.
As project manager, you must determine the changes that need to be made to the project and communicate those changes with c-suite level managers.
Review your project flowchart to determine how the systems administrator’s departure affects the project and what changes need to be made as a result.
Select an appropriate communication channel, such as a short video, audio recording, presentation, or email, to deliver the message. Create the message of change to the c-suite level managers and include the following information in your communication:
An analysis of how this change presents a challenge to the project
A description of the changes happening to the project
In addition to your message of change, provide a 2-page summary in which you:
Articulate why this is an appropriate communication channel for this message.
Explain how the project manager’s actions of communicating the new plan will influence the rest of the team.
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