The purpose of this Case Study assignment is to walk through the logical framework (LogFrame) and to create the project management documents needed to successfully lead a project.
- Reread the Kitchen Heaven Project Case Study in Heldman et al. pages 84-87 and 139-141 and read pages 283-285.
- Complete the Assumptions (the yellow portion) of the Logical Framework template
Part 1: Logical Framework Template
- Complete the Assumptions (the yellow portion) of the Logical Framework template.
- Include at least two additional assumptions for the Goal.
- Include at least two additional assumptions for the Purpose
- Include at least five additional assumptions for the Inputs section. Remember the Inputs section is related to action steps, resources, and responsibilities. These assumptions will be fairly generic and high level at this stage.
Part 2: Risk Register Template
- List a minimum of 10 risk directly associated with the goal, purpose, or outcomes of the project. Risks, positive or negative, must be specific to the project and defendable as a viable risk. At a minimum, 30% of the listed risks should be positive (i.e., if you have 10 risks, at least three should be positive).
- Risks should be listed in order of importance or criticality. R1 should be more impactful to the project than R5.
- Risk categories should correspond to those listed in Heldman et al. Chapter 6. Technical, Quality, and Performance, Project management, Organizational, and External.
- Risk Response Strategies should correspond to those listed in Heldman et al. Chapter 6 and be appropriate for the type of risk (Threat or Opportunity).