Plan a complex project (Refurbishment) • Identify a complex project in your own area of responsibility • Determine its feasibility and any risks associated with the project • Agree the goals and success criteria for the project • Use a standard method and recognised project management tools to plan the project and identify the financial and other resources required • Select an appropriate project team (weighing 30% of the total mark) • A complex project in own area of responsibility has been identified, and its feasibility and any risks associated with the project have been determined • The goals and success criteria for the project have been agreed • A standard method and recognised project management tools have been used to plan the project and identify the financial and other resources required • An appropriate project team has been selected Lead a complex project to a successful close • Lead the project team to achieve project milestones and goals • Monitor progress and take action to rectify problems or recover failure • Manage the project budget, identifying any variances and taking appropriate action (Use Matrix) • Ensure full engagement of stakeholders with the project (weighing 40% of the total mark) • The project team has been led to achieve project milestones and goals • Progress has been monitored and action taken to rectify problems or recover failure • The project budget has been managed, and any variances have been identified and appropriate action taken • Stakeholders have been fully engaged with the project Evaluate a complex project • Develop and implement an appropriate evaluation tool for the project and report on the outcomes to stakeholders • Reflect on and learn from the outcomes of a project (weighing 20% of the total mark) • An appropriate evaluation tool for the project has been developed and implemented and outcomes reported to stakeholders • The outcomes of a project have been reflected on and learned from By submitting I confirm that this assessment is my own work

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