Sunteți pe pagina 1din 32

Sir Sandford Fleming College

Sweet Solar

Draft PPD

Developed By:

Peterborough Solar Solutions Inc

Project Manager:

Ghada Hussein

Team:

Andrew Smith

Ryan Bakelaar

Blair Wykes

Mike Thompson

Dan Milling

Gonzalo Cavigllia

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

CONTENTS

Introduction

4

Executive Summary

4

Project Charter

5

Key Schedule Milestones

5

Project Objectives:

5

Main Project Success Criteria

5

Approach:

5

Roles and Responsibilities

6

Scope Statement

8

Project Justification

8

Scope description

8

Product & Project Deliverables

8

Exclusions, Assumptions, Constraints Acceptance Criteria Work Breakdown Structure

Error! Bookmark not defined. Error! Bookmark not defined. Error! Bookmark not defined.

Project Time Line

8

Gantt Chart

10

Network Diagram

Error! Bookmark not defined.

Concept Design

11

Product/Service Description

11

Concept Design Drawings

12

Functional Decomposition

13

Component Decomposition

15

Objective Tree

16

House of Quality

17

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

Human Resource Plan

18

RAM

Error! Bookmark not defined.

Skill Matrix

20

Team Performance Assessment

Error! Bookmark not defined.

Team Graph Analysis

23

Stakeholder Management

23

Stakeholder Register

Error! Bookmark not defined.

Stakeholder Analysis

24

Power Interest Grid

Error! Bookmark not defined.

Communications Plan

25

Communication Needs

25

Communication Matrix

25

Conclusion

Error! Bookmark not defined.

APPENDICIES

28

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

INTRODUCTION

The Peterborough Solar Solutions was incorporated for the purpose of utilizing more optimal solar panels. This PPD project is for the emphasis of the project organization for creating the solar panels, and the process of the project. In essence the panels can be used both for the summer time, and winter periods for the purpose of gathering energy. In the essence of less effort on the consumer, and on resources. Hence, this not only benefits the consumer but the environment.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The overall scope of the solar panel project could be summarized by the project time frame by the use of the gantt chart, the concept design for the solar panels, and how it will be used. The human resource plan, and how the team members can work together more efficiently to tackle the project. The stakeholder analysis of who is affected by the selling of the product, and who has more in stake to do what in the project. In essence, the reason why our team is best for the job is because we have strategically planned how the solar panels can be sold. How our team members can work together efficiently, and the time scope of when the project will be completed.

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

PROJECT CHARTER

Project Title: Solar Panel Upgrade Project

Start Date:

Jan 19, 2015

Finish Date:

Aug 1, 2015

Project Manager(s): Ghada Hussein, ghada.hussein@flemingcollege.ca

KEY SCHEDULE MILESTONES

Team progress meeting February 16 th , 2015

Complete project planning document by February 23 rd , 2015

Complete power point document before April 6 th , 2015

Complete Project presentation by April 6 th , 2015

Complete design and deployment by August 1 st , 2015

PROJECT OBJECTIVES:

To add new features to current solar panels within 6 months and respond to current solar panel company demands.

Upgrades will require installation of a sensor to raise solar array to 90 degrees and turn on heater. The upgrade will also include harnessing energy for light displacement. Budget allocation of 250,000,000 will be required for design labour and hardware.

MAIN PROJECT SUCCESS CRITERIA

Project must meet all written specifications approved in the scope statement and must be completed in time.

Assigned tasks require sign off before moving to a new task.

APPROACH:

Develop sensor for upgrade and installation

Install sensors to all current solar panels within the company

Use team members for installation and development of sensor

Gather CEO/Project Manager sign offs at milestone completion

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Name

Role

Responsibility

 

Contact Information

Ghada Hussein

Project Manager

Project Sponsor

 
 

ca

Ryan Bakelaar

Team Leader

Assist and oversee project. Sign off tasks

ca

Andrew Smith

Team Member

Assist in project deployment collect data from team.

ca

Dan Milling

Project Lead

In charge of product design and installation deployment

a

Blair Wykes

Director of Finance

In charge of budget allocation. Gather parts and information

Michael Thompson

Team Member

Assist

in

product

design

and

installation deployment

Gonzalo Caviglia

Team Member

Assist

in

product

design

and

installation deployment

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

Sign-off: (Signatures of all above stakeholders)

Walter Schmidt

Steve McCann

Jeff Johnson

Ghada Hussein

Nancy Reynolds

Kim Nguyen

Comments: (Handwritten comments from above stakeholders, if applicable)

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

SCOPE STATEMENT

The scope statement should have the deliverables and ALL the work necessary to create these deliverables. This is more detailed than the scope in the charter. This should contain the following parts

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION

Solar Panels are a clean and renewable energy source, but finding enough room for efficient panels can be a pain. Our rotating, self-maintaining panels offer a condensed solution that can generate much more energy in a smaller area. These panels will be targeted towards home- owners looking to be self-sufficient on power, or to make some money in the long term by selling power back to the government.

PRODUCT & PROJECT DELIVERABLES

Our product is a large solar panel on a rotating base, allowing it to get the most out of a day’s sun, and protect itself from heavy wind and snowfall. This lowers the maintenance requirements for the panels since they do not need to be cleaned off after every snowfall, and wind does not damage them structurally. They take up much less space than a stationary panel for the energy they produce, so they are much more efficient. They are, however, more expensive than simple stationary panels, and are thus not worth the money for large business investments.

MILESTONE SUMMARY

Complete initiation phase by March 4 th , 2015

Complete planning phase by March 18 th , 2015

Complete execution phase June 5 th , 2015

Complete monitoring and controlling phase June 9 th , 2015

Complete closing phase June 11 th , 2015

VALIDATION CRITERIA

Our solar panels, to meet stakeholder expectations, must be able to rotate to withstand 50km per hour wind speeds. The panel must also be able to clear itself of up to 10 centimeters of snow, without human aid. Finally, the solar panel must be able to generate at least one kilowatt hour per square meter of panel over the course of a sunny twelve hour day.

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

WBS

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS ) WBS ppd.docxSample Page 9 of
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

PROJECT TIME LINE

GANTT CHART

LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS ) P ROJECT T IME L INE G ANTT
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

CONCEPT DESIGN

PRODUCT/SERVICE DESCRIPTION

Our product targets any one person, company or corporation that wishes to put up solar panels or install updates on their current solar panels they are able to remove dust in the summer and times and for warmer climates and have the ability to remove the snow during the winter times and colder climates. These panels will be able to gain much more energy as dust snow and other pollutants will not displace then light from the panels.

There is a great many people that don’t want to own solar panels due to the fact that they lose a great amount of energy due to snow cover and don’t want to have to go out a clear off the panels every snow fall it will allow elderly people to put panels up without them having to worry about taking care of them.

We are looking to sell this to the Canadian government to place up in northern environments, as they are one the only style of panel designed to be cleared of snow.

We will also be looking into selling internationally as these panels are made for warm dusty climates as well.

Features, Attributes and Benefits

Winter friendly as they clear the snow with little energy loss

Rinse themselves with water to remove dirt and grime

Winter friendly

Reuses and cleans water

Can highly increase the amount of rays increasing the power generated

Antifreeze does not go into the ground but is stored and cleaned

Saves the world

CONCEPT DESIGN DRAWINGS

HAND DRAWING

C ONCEPT D ESIGN D RAWINGS HAND DRAWING
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS ) ppd.docxSample Page 13 of 32
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

FUNCTIONAL DECOMPOSITION

Solar Panel Pollutant and Debris Remover Remove Snow/Ice Harness Energy Remove Dust Raise Solar Array
Solar Panel
Pollutant and
Debris Remover
Remove Snow/Ice
Harness Energy
Remove Dust
Raise Solar Array
to 90 degrees
Avoid Light
Detect Snow/Ice
Displacement
Generate static
field to push dust
off solar panel
Use sensor
Turn on heater to
melt ice
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

COMPONENT DECOMPOSITION

Solar Plan Heater Light Sensor Solar Array Hydraulic arm Dust clearer 3 thin Simple LDR
Solar Plan
Heater
Light Sensor
Solar Array
Hydraulic arm
Dust clearer
3 thin
Simple LDR
Solar module
conductive
Circuit
sheets
Solar cell
High voltage
and low current
electrical field
High resistance
circuit
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

OBJECTIVE TREE

Solar panel pollutant and debris remover High Quality Remove Dust and Debris Uses energy Cost
Solar panel
pollutant and
debris remover
High Quality
Remove Dust
and Debris
Uses energy
Cost efficient
Automated
Uses sensor
Produces heat
to remove
snow
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

House of Quality

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS ) House of Quality ppd.docxSample Page
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

HUMAN RESOURCE PLAN

Team and Team Member Profile

Project Manager (Ghada Hussein) Team Leader (Ryan Bakelaar) Product Lead Designer (Dan Milling) Director of
Project Manager
(Ghada Hussein)
Team Leader
(Ryan Bakelaar)
Product Lead
Designer
(Dan Milling)
Director of Finance
(Blair Wykes)
Team Member
(Andrew Smith)
Team Member
(Michael Thompson)
Team Member
(Gonzalo Caviglia)
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

RAM

Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM)

 

Task

RYAN

ANDREW

DAN

BLAIR

MICHAEL

GONZALO

BAKELAAR

SMITH

MILLING

WYKES

THOMPSON

CAVIGLIA

Concept Design

A,I

I

R,C

I

I

I

Project Charter

R,A,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

Human Resource Plan

R,A,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

Cover Page

A,I

R,C

I

I

I I

 

Introduction

A,I

I R,C

 

I

I I

 

Conclusion

A,I

I R,C

 

I

I I

 

Table of Contents

A,I

R,C

I

I

I I

 

Executive Summary

A,I

R,C

C,I

I

I I

 

Scope statement

A,I,C

I,C

I,C

R,C

I,C

I,C

Project time frame

A,I,C

I,C

I,C

R,C

I,C

I,C

Communications plan

A,I,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

R,C

I,C

Stakeholder Analysis

A,I,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

R,C

Appendixes

A,I

I,C

I,C

I,C

I,C

R,C

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

SKILL MATRIX

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS ) S KILL M ATRIX ppd.docxSample
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

TEAM PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT

Team Ground Rules / Norms

 

Ryan

Dan

Andrew

Michael

 

Blair

Gonzalo

Communication

             

Member

encourages

open

and

5

5

5

5

5

N/A

direct communication

 

Member is not critical of others

 

0

0

0

0

0

NA

Decision Making

             

Member

Compromises

when

5

5

5

5

5

NA

needed

Involved in decision Making Process

5

5

5

5

5

Na

Conflict Resolution

             

Resolve conflict by end of meeting

 

5

5

5

5

5

NA

Solution

decided

by

group

5

5

5

5

5

NA

members

Meetings / Attendance

             

Attendance

 

5

5

5

5

5

NA

On Time for Meetings

 

5

4

5

4

4

NA

Problem Solving

             

Defined methods to solve problems

5

4

4

3

4

NA

Tasks / Roles

           

Completes tasks on time

 

5

5

5

5

5

NA

Legend

0 = Almost Never

1 = Occasionally

2 = sometimes

3 = Usually

4 = Often

 

5 = Always

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS ) ppd.docxSample Page 22 of 32
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

TEAM GRAPH ANALYSIS

(P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS ) T EAM G RAPH A NALYSIS By looking at the Team

By looking at the Team Graph, you will see that our team is very good at completing tasks and assignments. We are also a very detail oriented team with high dominant behaviors. When comparing our Team Graph to some of the challenges we might face, we concluded that our challenges would be not completing a completing a quality project on time seeing as we have very little time to complete it. For managing these challenges a possibility would be to extend our project time frame.

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT

STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS

Key

Ghada

Ryan

Daniel

Andrew

Blair

Michael

Gonzalo

Stakeholders

Hussein

Bakelaar

Milling

Smith

Wykes

Thompson

Caviglia

Role on

Project

Team

Product

Team

Director

Team

Team

Project

Manager

Leader

Lead

Member

of

Member

Member

Design

Finance

er

Unique Facts

Diligent with work and has previous work experien ce as a project manager

No

Has

He’s a great problem solver and analytical thinker. He can solve almost any problem presente d to him.

He’s

A rock solid

He’s a

experienc

great

good

worker.

solid

e with

product

with

Shows up

worker

leading a

ideas

number

to every

when he

team, but

and

s

and a

meeting

wants to

wants to

gives

great

and gives

be. But

gain

solid

problem

suggestions

needs to

leadership

sugges

solver.

when

show up

skills.

tions to

Also

needed.

to more

the

gives

meetings

 

team.

suggest

when

Always

ions to

required

shows

the

up to

team.

meetin

 

gs

Level of

High

Low

Modera

High

High

Moderate

Moderate

Interest

te

Level of

High

High

High

High

High

Moderate

Moderate

Influence

Suggestions

Make

Make sure

Keep

Listen to

Make

Make sure to check up on him, and keep him

Keep him

on

sure

hes

him

his

sure

informed

managing

she’s

getting

informe

suggestio

he’s on

on the

this

getting

informed

d of

ns and

track of

results of

relationship

informed

work from

product

keep him

budget

informed of

the

of the

others.

and

informed

expense

progress

product.

groups

project

on

s

and

Listen to

work

progres

progress

inform

his

s

him of

suggestio

progres

ns

s

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

COMMUNICATIONS PLAN

COMMUNICATION NEEDS

   

Current

 

Name

Power/Interest

Engagement

Potential Management Strategies

Ryan Bakelaar

High/Medium

Leading

Ryan has no experience with leading a team, but wants to gain leadership skills. Make sure hes getting informed work from others.

Andrew Smith

Medium/High

Supportive

Andrew has great product ideas, gives solid suggestions to the team and always shows up to meetings. Keep him informed of the project and the results.

Gonzalo

   

Gonzalo is a solid worker when he wants to be. But needs to show up to more meetings when required. Listen to his suggestions and keep him informed on progress

Caviglia

Medium/High

Neutral

Michael

   

Michael is a rock solid worker. Shows up to every meeting and gives suggestions when needed. Make sure to check up on him, and keep him informed of progress

Thompson

Medium/High

Supportive

Daniel Milling

Medium/High

Supportive

Daniel has great product ideas and gives solid suggestions to the team. Always shows up to meetings. Keep him informed that the project is in work in progress, and the results.

   

Leading/Supp

Blair is good with numbers and a great problem solver. Also gives suggestions to the team. Make sure he’s on track of budget expenses and inform him of progress

Blair Wykes

High/Medium

ortive

COMMUNICATION MATRIX

and inform him of progress Blair Wykes High/Medium ortive C OMMUNICATION M ATRIX ppd.docxSample Page 25
P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

GROUND RULES

D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS ) G ROUND R ULES Meetings Meeting Date Time Location

Meetings

Meeting

Date

Time

Location

   

11-

 

Stakeholder meeting

February 26 th , 2014

12pm

Room B2345

   

11-

 

Kick-off meeting

March 4 th , 2015

12pm

Room B2345

   

11-

 

Execution meeting

March 19 th , 2015

12pm

Room B2345

   

11-

 

Final product meeting

June 5 th , 2015

12pm

Room B2345

Mid-project progress meeting

 

11-

 

June 8 th , 2015

12pm

Room B2345

Stakeholder status meeting

 

11-

 

June 9 th , 2015

12pm

Room B2345

   

11-

 

Final project meeting

June 10 th , 2015

12pm

Room B2345

Final stakeholder

June 11 th , 2015

11-

Room B2345

meeting

12pm

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

Consequences

 

Description

 

Concequence

 

Exemption

Show up to team meetings

 

3 warnings then termination

Doctors note

Complete tasks on schedule

 

10% deduction from task

 

None

Show

up

to

seminars

and

1%

penalty

for

each

class

Doctors note

lectures

skipped

 

Contact information

 

Name

Email

Phone Numbers

Ghada Hussein

   

N/A

Ryan Bakelaar

   

705-313-5219

Andrew Smith

   

705-957-6435

Blair Wykes

   

705-344-1391

Gonzalo Caviglia

   

705-977-1167

Michael Thompson

 

905-396-0194

Daniel Milling

   

807-276-5674

CONCLUSION

In conclusion our project planning document (PPD) has shown how the solar panels can be utilized for use by consumers. The importance of solar panels for energy savings is very important, due to the great cost savings. This was shown by the external mechanisms like water cleanup for dust that can be used for the summer season. Thus reducing effort and time, and also increasing the solar energy absorption which will benefit the consumer for cost savings. Furthermore, the Gantt chart shows in specifics when the solar panels can be made and put into the market and the progress of each parts of the project management is done. Hence this PPD was for the solar panel planning analysis of the group members, how we worked together to get the solar project completed, and the process.

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

APPENDICIES

Appendix A: Team Documents

o

Team Graph, page 21

o

Team Ground Rules Worksheets, page 25

o

Team Performance Assessments, page 20

o

Consequences, page 25

Appendix B: MLA Work Cited

o References, page 30

Appendix C: PPD Quality Control Checklist

o Quality Control Checklist, page 28-29

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

PPD Quality Control Checklist

   

Expected / Actual Start Date

Expected / Actual Finish Date

Person(s)

Item

Progress

Responsible

   

Feb 1 st , 2015/

 

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Cover Page

Feb 3 rd , 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Andrew

   

Feb 25 st , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Table of Contents

Feb 27th

 

Feb 21 th, 2015

Andrew

   

Feb 18 st , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Introduction

Feb 19th,2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Andrew

   

Feb

18 tht ,

2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Executive Summary

Feb 19 th , 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Dan

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Project Charter

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Ryan

Scope Statement

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Project Justification

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Blair

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Product & Project Deliverables

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Blair

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

WBS Chart

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Blair

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Project Objectives (success criteria)

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Blair

Project Schedule

Gantt Chart (Include all start end dates, task duration, milestones and dependencies

 

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Blair

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

Milestone Summary

 

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Blair

Concept Design

Product / Service description

 

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Features/ Attributes/ Benefits

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Dan

Concept Design Drawings & Graphics (within the same word document)

 

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Dan

Function Decomposition Charts

 

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Component Decomposition Charts

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Ryan

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Objective Tree

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Ryan

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

House of Quality

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Ryan

Human Resource Plan

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Skills Matrix or RAM

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Ryan

Team & Team Member Profile (Including Team Graph Analysis, Team Member Profiles and Final Team Ground Rules

 

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Gonzalo

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Stakeholder Analysis

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Gonzalo

Communications Plan

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Communication Needs

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Michael

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Communication Matrix

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Michael

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Contact Information

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Michael

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Conclusion

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Andrew

Appendixes

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Team Performance Assessment

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Dan

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Team Consequences

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Gonzalo

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Team Graph

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Blair

   

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Team Norms Worksheets

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Michael

   

Feb 25 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

M.L.A. Work Cited

Feb 26 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Gonzalo

PPD Quality Control Checklist (this document)

 

Feb 18 tht , 2015/

Feb 20 tht , 2015/

 

Feb 19 th, 2015

Feb 21 th, 2015

Gonzalo

Miscellaneous Checks

Feb 26 tht , 2015/

Feb 25 tht , 2015/

 

Proof reading

Feb 26 th, 2015

Feb 26 th, 2015

Ryan and Andrew

Special details

REFERENCES

1. Toronto

http://www.toronto.ca/demographics/pdf/2006_families-households_backgrounder.pdf

Backgrounder

(2007,

09

12).

Retrieved

10

31,

2013,

from

Statistics

.

Canada:

2. National Geographic Solar Energy . (2013). Retrieved November 6, 2013, from National Geographic:

http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/global-warming/solar-power-profile/

3. Ontario Power Authority. (2013). Retrieved November 1st, 2013, from Micro fit Version

http://microfit.powerauthority.on.ca/sites/default/files/2014-FIT-Price-Schedule-20131101.pdf

3:

P ROJECT P LANNING D OCUMENT (P ETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS )

PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PETERBOROUGH SOLAR SOLUTIONS)

4. Sunshine in Canadian Cities: Average Hours & Days a Year. (2013, 11 02). Tortonto, ON, Canada. Harris,

A. (2013). Engineering and Technoligie. Taming the Desert, 30.

5. Husted, H. (2007). Solar Energy and its Use Today. Solar Energy and its Use Today, 19.

Moloney, P. (2013, March 5th). Toronto’s population overtakes Chicago. Toronto, ON, Canada.

Solarbuzz, N. (2013). Solar Market Research and Analysis . Retrieved November 6, 2013, from Solarbuzz:

http://www.solarbuzz.com/going-solar/using/uses

6. National Geographic Solar Energy . (2013). Retrieved November 6, 2013, from National Geographic:

http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/global-warming/solar-power-profile/

7. Husted, H. (2007). Solar Energy and its Use Today. Solar Energy and its Use Today, 19.

8. Solarbuzz, N. (2013). Solar Market Research and Analysis . Retrieved November 6, 2013, from Solarbuzz: http://www.solarbuzz.com/going-solar/using/uses

9. "10 Ways You Can Use Solar Panels to Help You Save or Make Money."CleanTechnica. 6 Aug. 2012.

Web. 27 Feb. 2015. <http://cleantechnica.com/2012/08/06/10-ways-you-can-use-solar-panels-to-help-

you-save-or-make-money/>.

10. "Advantages and Disadvantages of Solar Power, Facts about Solar Power."Advantages and

2015.

Disadvantages

<http://www.tc.umn.edu/~dama0023/solar.htm/>.

of

Solar

Power,

Facts

about

Solar

Power.

Web.

27

Feb.