Your report should address the below:
1.Â Â Â Identify the SMART objectives as well as the key stakeholders relevant to your project.
2.Â Â Â Attach the Gantt chart for your project plan .You should make sure the Gantt chart is printed in an appropriate scale and only includes the work packages and activities (the individual tasks should not be included in the Gantt chart). You should make sure the individual activities are clearly identified, and that any dependencies and parallel activities are made clear.
3.Â Â Â Identify the costs associated with your project?Â You should include staff, equipment, other resources and consumables together with any fund set aside for contingencies.Â You should itemise each cost, showing when the expenditure would be incurred, and indicate whether this is within the budget. You may present your figures in the form of a table or in MS project itself.
4.Â Â Â Dissect the situation for systems development you see here in terms of the 5 Ps introduced in the first lecture:Â Problem, Process; Project; Product; People;
5.Â Â Â A Rich Picture serving as an initial exploration of the primary issues and stakeholders;
6.Â Â Â A root definition to be used as a starting point for the proposed design;
7.Â Â Â A list of functional and non-functional requirements;
8.Â Â Â Detailed Use Case diagrams for two of your main actors accompanied by 2 structured descriptions for 2 of your main use cases (your Use Case diagrams should contain no more than 7Â±2 Use Cases).
9.Â Â Â A conceptual Class Diagram;
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