Water Conservation Educational Campaign Project Management Course UCB Spring 2010. Acronym Consulting | The A-TEAM. About the Project. Resulted from philanthropic efforts dedicated to the sustainability movement.
Water Conservation Educational CampaignProject Management Course UCBSpring 2010
Acronym Consulting | The A-TEAM
Why Water Conservation?
Roles & Responsibilities
Victoria Cashwell / KimiHirotsuZiemski
Contra Costa County Water District and local water conservation NGOs
Michele Beleu, Paul Bonta,
Angie Kirk, Joe Marchel,
Calendar Month by Number
Kit Item Research
Grey Water DVD
Kit Mechanical Items
Kit Mechanical Vendors
Water Wastage Project
Assumptions & Constraints
The top five identified risks:
A mitigation plan has been accounted for in the work breakdown structure to minimize the probability and impact for the identified risks.
Our mission is to provide value-rich consulting services to address the client’s unique situation through the use of effective project management methodology.
The A-Team will work in a collaborative environment that is respectful, honest, and transparent. Each member will take responsibility for their deliverables and will adhere to the ground rules agreed upon.
The team will use email and course wiki to communicate. If an assignment cannot be completed, the team will be notified by Wednesday at 5 p.m. Each member will take responsibility for their deliverables, including delegating as necessary. Deliverables will be submitted to the team every Thursday at 10 p.m. for review.
Disagreements are encouraged as long as alternative solutions are proposed. Communicate respectfully. Remember, it’s not personal.
Disagreement will be resolved by a vote. The Project Manager makes final decision if voting is deadlocked. There is no time limit on discussion.
The team will meet in-person after class on Saturday, staying as late as 5:30 p.m. All meetings must have an agenda, and end with conclusive/clear next steps, action items, owner, and due date.
Project ManagerJennifer Burstedt