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Question 7 - Project Management

​How will you manage the project effectively?


In this section, using your answers from Appendix 7, you need to summarise in order to address each sub question. 

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Detailed Questions

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Appendix 7

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Application Questions & Examples


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Below we have provided some frequently asked questions, so please be sure to refer to these first.

Q: Do I need to mention all the packages in the main application?

A: Yes, it would be good to give a brief description of each work package in the main answer.

Q: What is a Gantt chart?

A: A Gantt chart, commonly used in project management, is a type of bar chart that illustrates a project schedule (activities or tasks) displayed against time.

Q: What info goes to the management reporting lines “your project plan in enough detail to identify any links or dependencies between work packages or milestones”

A: State any link between the work packages or external factors. For example, when you describe work package 3 you can write something like:

  • work package 2 needs to be completed to start work package 3.

  • to complete work package 3, 100 people must complete our survey.

Q: In the Gantt chart, can the same person be in a different work package?

A: Yes

Q: How should Appendix-Q7: Full work packages and Gantt look like?

A: Your Appendix-Q7: Full work packages and Gantt should include:

  • Work Package and duration

  • Objectives

  • Key Tasks and activities

  • Milestones

  • Costs

  • Resources

  • Dependencies

  • Gantt Chart