Defining the project: Project scope statement (Coursework Sample)
For this assignment, work with your CLC team to develop a project scope statement and work breakdown structure (WBS) for the project chosen in Module 2.
You may use Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, or Microsoft Visio to complete this assignment. You may optionally use project management scheduling software to create the WBS. Note that use of project management scheduling software is optional and not required.
Refer to chapter 4 of your textbook for examples of project scope statements and layouts of a WBS. A good WBS example is shown in Figure 4.4.
APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected. Nothing over 300 words
CLC - Defining the Project
Grand Canyon University: PSC-450
December 07, 2020
Project scope statement
There were five projects with the same objective and Nickie’s project was selected based on the priority screening analysis. The project was evaluated based on the following criteria: reaching annual sales of $5 million, improvements of at least 10 low-income communities, expanding core product offering by 10% within a 2-year time frame as well as having a mission and vision statement. This project focuses on the launch of a new retail store in a neighboring state, which is part of the expansion strategy. Currently, there are three stores and opening the retail store in a neighboring state is necessary to improve competitiveness. The current stores serve around 12,000 people in the area where the business operates. The retail store is located in an a
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