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The Project Management Plan (PMP) can be developed for either a fictional project or a real-world project that is focused on the students’ professional interest area. The course is structured so that elements of the PMP will be developed as the course evolves. Work on the PMP will generally parallel with course readings, lectures, and case studies. The PMP is a significant component of the course grade. It should embody the principles of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) as applied to the specific project and incorporate ideas contained in class lectures and discussions. At the conclusion of the semester, each group member will rate their own and their group members level of participation in creating the PMP. Use the following template to complete your PMP:

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Quality Management, Change Management

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Transmission Coalition
Group 11
Laura Green, Angela Jefferson, Sheina Koolik, Gianna LaBarbera, Mauricio Paredes, Antonio
Rosario
27 March 2021
Schedule Management
The key project activities for our project include four activities that the Transmission
Coalitions and stakeholders must execute to be successful. The first activity requires collecting
information about the district of orange county existing programs for WIFI already is, who their
existing provider is, and the transmission towers in the area. This will also be done while going
into the community to hear from parents and students who will be using the accessible and
reliable WIFI and what they think of the current services being provided. The next activity is
finding companies and sponsors who will partner with us to make the goal attainable. The
following activity will be implementing everything that has been in the works to test the program
in a few different areas and then seeing how functional the product is. The last activity includes
analysing the results from the pilot test then reviewing that data and then implementing those
changes.
Table 1. Project Activity List and Sequencing
Activity Letter
Activity
Collecting
Information
Collecting Information for the
district of Orange County.
Specifically looking at
existing WIFI being used for
the citizens of this area as well
as how great the transmission
towers signals are. In addition,
this step correlates to finding
out what children need this
assistance to better understand
how great the need is.
Reaching out to local
providers. This step will most
likely be the hardest due to the
immense support needed. The
project is based on the idea of
helping low income students
and families obtain affordable
WIFI. So this step is geared
towards finding a provider or
providers that will do just that.
This step takes in resources
from both activery 1 and 2.
Activity 3 is the final
implementation step to getting
these children and families in
an affordable service provider.
At this point students and
(Survey’s)
Finding the
Sponsors
Time to Implement
Immediate
Predecessor
-Orange County
School Board
-Principles in
Orange County
-Students
-Families
Estimated
Duration
Fall 2020Spring 2021
-Service
Companies that
give out WIFI
such as (spectrum
or AT&T)
Spring2021Spring 2022
-Students and
Families
Spring 2022Fall 2023
-An entire school
year is needed to
determine an
overview of
usage.
Making Corrections
families should be able to use
affordable WIFI from the
comfort of their home.
At this point students and
families are able to use WIFI
from home at an affordable
cost. However, we always
want to be making the
experience better. Our team
will send out a survey within a
6 month trial period to make
sure everything is running
smoothly, if something needs
to be changed or motif this
step will allow us to do so.
-Service Providers Fall 2023-Students and
Spring 2024
Families
Cost Management
Table 4. Estimated Resources and Costs
Activity
Hotspots
Resources Needed & Cost Justification
Giving students who don’t have the internet at
home. # of students who need hotspots. 175,000
Cost
$150 per student =
26,250,000
Project 10 Million
5 year program with T-Mobile. Each household
will receive 100 GB of data per year and get to
keep a mobile hotspot for five years.
FREE
Total Project Cost = $26,250,000
STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT
Some of the key stakeholders are of course the students. These are the individuals that are going
to benefit from these services. Other important stakeholders are the parents, school
administrators, school board members, project members and manager. A few of of the most
important key stakeholders are the other project sponsors and the service provider we choose to
have a contract with in order to provide the services for these families.
Category
Stakeholder(s)
Who is affected by the project
The project is focused on providing wifi to students with financial needs. The project is focused on
leveling the educational playing field by bridging the gap between the K-12 schools. The stakeholders,
in this case, are the students, teachers, school administrators, families or parents or guardians, school
board members, staff, and community members.
Who is involved in carrying out the The students, parents, teachers, staff members, school board members, and school administrators will
project activities
carry out the project activities. The project team members and project manager will also play a key
role in ensuring the project is successful.
Who will use the deliverables from
the project
The students, school administrators, teachers, community members, school board members, project
members, and the project manager will be the stakeholders who will use the group deliverables.
Table X. Stakeholder Identification
Table X. Stakeholder Assessment
Stakeholder
Name
Students
of OCPS
Role and Responsibility
Main benefit receiver from
this project. Students must be
in financial need to receive
WIFI assistance and
periodically report data
(quality, reliability, and
efficiency of WIFI) to OCPS
Teachers.
Unaware,
Resistant,
Neutral,
Supportive or
Leading (C. &
D)
Supportive
Level of
Power
(High,
Medium,
Low)
low
Level of
Impact
(High,
Medium,
Low)
medium
Level of
Interest
(High,
Medium,
Low)
high
Level of
Influence
(High,
Medium,
Low)
medium
Communicator between
students and Transmission
Coalition. In order to protect
student’s, teachers of OCPS
will serve as the intermediary
communicator. Teachers will
also benefit from this project
because they will have
heightened communication
with students.
Provide a reliable WIFI
network to students in need.
Supportive
low
medium
high
medium
Leading
high
high
high
high
Other
Project
sponsors
Help support the project
financially.
Leading
High
high
medium
high
Student’s
parents
Serve as an additional
communicator between
students and the
Transmission Coalition.
Since the parents will also
benefit from WIFI networks,
they will have to report their
own data to the teachers and
OCPS.
Facilitate conversations
between Wireless Service,
Project Sponsors, and
Transmission Coalition.
Ensure that all local, state,
Supportive
low
low
medium
low
Leading
high
high
high
high
Teachers
of OCPS
Wireless
Service
used for
WIFI
Orange
County
governme
nt office
and federal regulations are
being followed.
Transmission Coalition
Student Success Makers
Laura Greene, Angela Jefferson, Sheina Koolik, Gianna LaBarbera, Mauricio Paredes, and Antonio
Rosario
February 27, 2021
PROJECT CHARTER
1. General Project Information
Project Name:
Transmission Coalition
Organization Name:
Student Success Makers
Organization Description:
The Student Success Makers is a new nonprofit organization focused on
bridging the gap in school accessibility in K-12 Schools. Our mission is to level
the playing field in education and give all students equal access to a quality
education through community projects and philanthropy. Our organization
strives to work closely with communities by assessing and addressing their
individual needs. Our main goal is to work with students in a state of financial
need to bring accessible technology and ensure that they have the tools they
need to be successful in the classroom.
2. Project Background, Description, Activities, and Deliverables – Gigi
Provide information that explains how the project came to be. Was it an
Project Background
organizational idea? From the public? For example, if the project is for a
technology update, you need to include background information on the need
for the project.
Project Activities
This is a high-level statement of what the project is and what you hope it will
accomplish.
Think about key activities that are needed to complete the project.
Project Deliverables
The unique product(s), result(s), or capability(s) produced by the project.
Project Description
3. Stakeholders – Antonio
Name
Stakeholder 1
Stakeholder 2
Stakeholder 3
Stakeholder 4
Stakeholder 5
4. Project Scope Statement- Angela
Project Scope Description
Describe what the project will accomplish.
Project Deliverables
Same as above.
Project Acceptance Criteria
Role/Responsibilities
Describe what requirements must be met in order for the project to be considered complete.
Project Constraints
Identify limits on resources for time, money, manpower, equipment , etc.
Project Exclusion Criteria
Identify what is excluded from the project.
5. Resources – Mauricio
What resources do you need to complete the project? Think about what you need financially to accomplish
the task. How much time do you need to complete the project?
5. Success Measurements – Sheina
Success, for this project, will be measured by the students’ ability to complete their school work and extra
curricular activities. This will be measured by frequent surveys on internet reliability, ability to complete
school work, and access to school related activities. The parents/ guardians of these students will also fill out a
survey about their perceptions of the internet reliability and how they believe their student is doing.
7. Project Team – Laura
Name
Project Manager
Team Member 1
Team Member 2
Team Member 3
Team Member 4
Team Member 5
Role/Responsibilities
Transmission Coalition
Student Success Makers
Laura Greene, Angela Jefferson, Sheina Koolik, Gianna LaBarbera, Mauricio Paredes, and Antonio
Rosario
February 27, 2021
PROJECT CHARTER
1. General Project Information
Project Name:
Transmission Coalition
Organization Name:
Student Success Makers
Organization Description:
The Student Success Makers is a new nonprofit organization focused on
bridging the gap in school accessibility in K-12 Schools. Our mission is to level
the playing field in education and give all students equal access to a quality
education through community projects and philanthropy. Our organization
strives to work closely with communities by assessing and addressing their
individual needs. Our main goal is to work with students in a state of financial
need to bring accessible technology and ensure that they have the tools they
need to be successful in the classroom.
2. Project Background, Description, Activities, and Deliverables – Gigi
Provide information that explains how the project came to be. Was it an
Project Background
organizational idea? From the public? For example, if the project is for a
technology update, you need to include background information on the need
for the project.
Project Activities
This is a high-level statement of what the project is and what you hope it will
accomplish.
Think about key activities that are needed to complete the project.
Project Deliverables
The unique product(s), result(s), or capability(s) produced by the project.
Project Description
3. Stakeholders – Antonio
Name
Stakeholder 1
Stakeholder 2
Stakeholder 3
Stakeholder 4
Stakeholder 5
4. Project Scope Statement- Angela
Project Scope Description
Describe what the project will accomplish.
Project Deliverables
Same as above.
Project Acceptance Criteria
Role/Responsibilities
Describe what requirements must be met in order for the project to be considered complete.
Project Constraints
Identify limits on resources for time, money, manpower, equipment , etc.
Project Exclusion Criteria
Identify what is excluded from the project.
5. Resources – Mauricio
What resources do you need to complete the project? Think about what you need financially to accomplish
the task. How much time do you need to complete the project?
5. Success Measurements – Sheina
Success, for this project, will be measured by the students’ ability to complete their school work and extra
curricular activities. This will be measured by frequent surveys on internet reliability, ability to complete
school work, and access to school related activities. The parents/ guardians of these students will also fill out a
survey about their perceptions of the internet reliability and how they believe their student is doing.
7. Project Team – Laura
Name
Project Manager
Team Member 1
Team Member 2
Team Member 3
Team Member 4
Team Member 5
Role/Responsibilities
Transmission Coalition
Student Success Makers
Laura Greene, Angela Jefferson, Sheina Koolik, Gianna LaBarbera, Mauricio Paredes, and Antonio
Rosario
February 27, 2021
PROJECT CHARTER
1. General Project Information
Project Name:
Transmission Coalition
Organization Name:
Student Success Makers
Organization Description:
The Student Success Makers is a new nonprofit organization focused on
bridging the gap in school accessibility in K-12 Schools. Our mission is to level
the playing field in education and give all students equal access to a quality
education through community projects and philanthropy. Our organization
strives to work closely with communities by assessing and addressing their
individual needs. Our main goal is to work with students in a state of financial
need to bring accessible technology and ensure that they have the tools they
need to be successful in the classroom.
2. Project Background, Description, Activities, and Deliverables – Gigi
Provide information that explains how the project came to be. Was it an
Project Background
organizational idea? From the public? For example, if the project is for a
technology update, you need to include background information on the need
for the project.
Project Activities
This is a high-level statement of what the project is and what you hope it will
accomplish.
Think about key activities that are needed to complete the project.
Project Deliverables
The unique product(s), result(s), or capability(s) produced by the project.
Project Description
3. Stakeholders – Antonio
Name
Stakeholder 1
Stakeholder 2
Stakeholder 3
Stakeholder 4
Stakeholder 5
4. Project Scope Statement- Angela
Project Scope Description
Describe what the project will accomplish.
Project Deliverables
Same as above.
Project Acceptance Criteria
Role/Responsibilities
Describe what requirements must be met in order for the project to be considered complete.
Project Constraints
Identify limits on resources for time, money, manpower, equipment , etc.
Project Exclusion Criteria
Identify what is excluded from the project.
5. Resources – Mauricio
What resources do you need to complete the project? Think about what you need financially to accomplish
the task. How much time do you need to complete the project?
5. Success Measurements – Sheina
Success, for this project, will be measured by the students’ ability to complete their school work and extra
curricular activities. This will be measured by frequent surveys on internet reliability, ability to complete
school work, and access to school related activities. The parents/ guardians of these students will also fill out a
survey about their perceptions of the internet reliability and how they believe their student is doing.
7. Project Team – Laura
Name
Project Manager
Team Member 1
Team Member 2
Team Member 3
Team Member 4
Team Member 5
Role/Responsibilities
Project Scope Management Plan
Name: Transmission Coalition
Date Prepared: 2/16/2021
Project/Product Scope Description
The Transmission Coalition’s goal is to provide accessible and reliable wifi to students in the
Orange County Public School System based on financial need and geographical location.
Further, we will analyze and study the school district and it’s needs to best allow for students
to successfully complete school work and allow for participation in virtual extracurricular
activities.
Project Deliverables
● Further the equality of access to accessible and reliable wifi.
● Increase the ability to complete school work and participate in virtual activities
● Partner with local companies and sponsors to create long lasting infrastructure
Project Acceptance Criteria
● Successful implementation of accessible wife to students that are on a need bases and
meet geographical requirements
● Successful feedback from students within the requirements
● Successful connection for those students using the accessible wifi to complete either
school work or virtual extracurricular activities.
Project Exclusion Criteria
Since Launch-Ed provided over 140,000 devices to students in the Orange County Public
Schools, wifi is a huge need when it comes to being able to access the full capabilities of these
devices.
● Students must complete a brief survey monthly to give feedback to the provides; this
will allow for proper understanding of how the wifi is responding with students
● Students must apply for the wifi every school year
Project Constraints
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Not receiving feedback from families in order to properly do assessments of the
program.
Not being able to get the proper funds to provide wifi to families
Not being able to successfully connect students using the accessible wifi to complete
either school work or virtual extracurricular activities.
Not having satisfied families with the wifi speed
RIsk of losing a contract with one wifi company and having to find one that will meet
our needs
Work Breakdown Structure
Transmission
Coalition
Equality of
Access
Ensuring no matter
one’s socioeconomic
level that every child
has access to free
WIFI
The Ability to
Complete School
Work
Children having the
ability/WIFI to not
worry about whether
their school will be
completed whether
The Future of
Technology
Partnering technology
companies or cell
companies to be on the
forefront of providing
internet/technology for
GANTT Chart
Activities
Fall
2020
Collect information on
District, existing programs,
existing providers,
transmission towers. Go into
the community to hear from
the people actually using
services. Talk to other school
districts, reading literature
about similar programs
Start
Winter
2020
Spring
2021
Summer
2021
Fall
2021
Winter
2021
Spring
2022
Fall
2022
Finding companies/ sponsors
to partner with
Implement testing program
in a few specific areas to see
who is utilizing product and
how their wifi/cell service is
Analysis of results from
pilot test, reviews of program
and then implementation
Already existing providers of hotspots/ wifi
Spectrum
finishes
OCPS General information:
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8th largest school district in the nation
Fourth largest district in florida
202 schools
212401 students
164 languages spoken
199 countries represented
128 elementary
38 middle
8 k-8
20 high schools
Serves nearly 34 million meals per year and about 215,000 meals per day
While schools were closed in the fourth quarter of 2019-20 year, about 85,000 meals were
distributed per day
25,756 employees
Demographic breakdown:
â—‹ 43% hispanic
â—‹ 25% white
â—‹ 24% black
â—‹ 5% asian
â—‹ 3% multi-cultural
Graduation rate in 2018-2019 was 95.9%
Expanded 1:1 initiative
â—‹ LaunchEd provided more than 140,000 devices to students for the 2019-20 year
The district is broken into 7 smaller districts based on location
“Where your dollar goes”
â—‹ $0.78- teaching, transporting, supervising, and counseling students
â—‹ 0.07- library materials, staff training and curriculum development
â—‹ 0.10- acquiring, operating, and maintaining school facilities
â—‹ 0.05- central and fiscal services, general admin, and district tech
Foundation for ocps
â—‹ Raised or managed $3.99 million to build ed. Equity
Parent academy
â—‹ 34 sessions were offered for approximately 717 parents/ caregivers
â—‹ Youth academy served 726 students between 4-18
â—‹ Five virtual pa seminars, family engagement opps were provided in four languages to
1626 participants
School board is entirely women

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