Problem Set #2 will be comprised of the following exercises that are presented in the template.
Project Charter Decision Matrix Exercise
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This exercise is based upon the TriHealth matrix provided on page 64 of the Kloppenborg text.
Based on the attached project scenario complete the Project Charter Decision Matrix. The Word document template provided will allow you to click on the desired box to provide an “X” for that selection. After completing the matrix you will provide justification for each of your selections based upon the provided scenario. You will then provide your recommendation of whether “no project charter”, a “mini project charter” or a “full project charter” would be required and why.
The document should be single-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font. The template is already formatted this way so do not change formatting. Complete the entire assignment within the provided template.
Organizational Structure Analysis
Instructions: Copy and paste your Business Case from Week 2 assignment. Analyze the selected project to determine which organizational structure (Section 4-1) would be the ideal or preferred organizational structure for this project. Discuss why you selected this structure and justify that choice through an analysis of the project versus the elements and definitions of the organizational structure as presented in the Kloppenborg text. Then, discuss which structure is the least preferred and explain/justify why this would not be a preferred organizational structure for your selected project providing the same depth of analysis. Provide specific examples, elements or components from the project to explain your justification. Each of the justification sections should be a minimum of 300 words.
Use the attached template to complete this exercise.