Unit VII PowerPoint Presentation
As the project manager for the Lucky Me Animal Rescue annual adoption event, you have noticed that most project team members do not fully grasp the tasks that take place during the closing process group, nor do they fully understand the lesson learned process. Therefore, you must prepare a PowerPoint presentation to use during a training that you will hold for the project team members as you prepare to enter this phase of the project.
Your PowerPoint presentation must address the prompts below.
· Explain each of the tasks in the closing process group.
. You may use the sample closing checklist provided in the unit lesson as a baseline or follow a different version with which you are familiar or have found in your research.
. Use the animal adoption event project to illustrate how each task is applied.
· Evaluate the lessons learned from the animal rescue project.
. Be sure to present the information in a way that will help the team understand the value of this task to the organization and/or future projects and teams.
. You will need to hypothesize at least three lessons learned on which to base your evaluation. Choose realistic examples that would have been documented in the lessons learned register throughout the course of this project and that can serve as valuable training opportunities for your team.
Your PowerPoint presentation must be a minimum of 10 slides in length, not counting the title and reference slides. You must utilize the speaker notes function in PowerPoint to elaborate on your slide content. Each content slide must have a minimum of 75 words in the speaker notes area; however, ensure that you are not repeating actual slide content.
Alternatively, you may add audio narration to each slide with the same word count requirement listed above. Should you choose this option, you will need to submit a transcript of your presentation audio in as an appendix after your PowerPoints (PPT) presentations reference list when you upload your assignment in Blackboard. Appendices, other supporting materials etc. are added after your reference list. Appendices are labelled, for example, Appendix A, Appendix B, Appendix C, etc. Each appendix starts on a page of its own. Appendices and other supporting materials should not be submitted separately in the Blackboard.
You must use at least three sources that are peer-reviewed or academic in nature, one of which may be the textbook. Adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for all sources used.