Heathrow Terminal 5 project (sufficient information from the Internet)
There are two parts to the assignment both of which must be completed
Part One, the proposal: (800 words)
Your proposal should start with the rationale of the post project review, followed by explanation of how this project is to be evaluated from a range of aspects. For example, the classic iron triangle can be applied as generic criteria to evaluate the project. However, it is expected that more critical and subtle evaluation criteria are developed, taking into account of project scope management, risk management, impact to the operations, and the impact to local communities and environment etc. The criteria should be justified in light of the complexity of the project management process, such as the project objectives, stakeholders� requirements and expectations, and considerations on long term and short term benefits, compromises on multiple constrains etc.
The proposal should summarise the expected review outcomes as concluding remarks.
The proposal carries 25% of the overall weight.
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