Week 1 Project Proposal/Charter

CriteriaLevel 4Level 3Level 2Level 1Criterion 1 Project Charter Categories25 pointsApplies the structured approach based on published industry association and guidelines of a project charter. Includes all 12 categories/sections of a project charter; project overview/description, purpose & justification, objectives & success criteria, high level requirements, assumptions & constraints, risks, milestone schedule, budget summary, stakeholders, approval requirements, project manager role & authority level, sponsor & authority level. 20 pointsApplies a structured approach based on published industry association and guidelines of a project charter. Includes most of the 12 categories/sections of a project charter; project overview/description, purpose & justification, objectives & success criteria, high level requirements, assumptions & constraints, risks, milestone schedule, budget summary, stakeholders, approval requirements, project manager role & authority level, sponsor & authority level.10 pointsLoosely applies a structured approach based on published industry association and guidelines of a project charter. Includes some of the 12 categories/sections of a project charter; project overview/description, purpose & justification, objectives & success criteria, high level requirements, assumptions & constraints, risks, milestone schedule, budget summary, stakeholders, approval requirements, project manager role & authority level, sponsor & authority level.1 pointDoes not apply a structured approach based on published industry association and guidelines of a project charter. Includes a few of the 12 categories/sections of a project charter; project overview/description, purpose & justification, objectives & success criteria, high level requirements, assumptions & constraints, risks, milestone schedule, budget summary, stakeholders, approval requirements, project manager role & authority level, sponsor & authority level.Criterion 2 Project Charter Details50 pointsBased on the individual project selected, establishes essential project details to substantiate the project to any audience.  Within each of the 12 categories of the project charter, provides well defined information to further support the project scope and justify the reason for completing the project. 40 pointsBased on the individual project selected, establishes good project details to substantiate the project to any audience.  Within each of the 12 categories of the project charter, provides good information to further support the project scope and justify the reason for completing the project.25 pointsBased on the individual project selected, partially establishes project details to substantiate the project to any audience.  Within each of the 12 categories of the project charter, provides some information to further support the project scope and justify the reason for completing the project.1 pointBased on the individual project selected, does not establish project details to substantiate the project to any audience.  Within each of the 12 categories of the project charter, does not provide enough information to further support the project scope and justify the reason for completing the project.Criterion 3 Project Charter Presentation25 pointsCommunicates clearly and effectively with no grammatical or presentation issues that impede understanding. Exceeds requirements established by guidelines provided. Uses an appropriate project charter/proposal template. Writes effectively. Includes all elements of a project document – title page, signature section, etc. Presentation is masterfully and professionally well done. Includes APA references page at end of document. 20 pointsCommunicates clearly with no grammatical or presentation issues that impede understanding. Generally follows guidelines where provided. Uses a project charter/template. Writes well. Includes most elements of a project document. Presentation is in a manner that communicates clearly.Includes APA references page at end of document.10 pointsCommunicates moderately well with some grammatical or presentation issues that present challenges in understanding. Pays some attention to guidelines provided. Does not use a project charter template. Writing is poorly done, but readable. Presentation has difficulty in communicating clearly.APA references page is missing or incomplete. 1 pointDoes not communicate well, including significant grammatical and presentation issues which impede understanding. Pays little attention to guidelines provided. Writing is challenging to read. Presentation is extremely difficult in communication.Overall ScoreLevel 4 15 or moreLevel 3 11 or moreLevel 2 7 or moreLevel 1 0 or more