The paper "A Project to Develop a Strategy to Reduce Casualties in Accidental Dwelling Fires" is a wonderful example of a report on management. The main purpose of this Project Initiation Document is to provide the requisite foundation at the beginning of the project. This document ensures that the project of developing a strategy to reduce casualties in accidental dwelling fires has a sound basis before asking the concerned stakeholders such as the Project Board to make any major obligations to the project. In addition, the Project Initiation Document offers a distinct source of reference about the project to the persons concerned to enable them to find out about the project and its management.
Finally, the document acts as a base deed that the Project Manager and Project Board and can evaluate progress, concerns, and fragmentary feasibility questions. The Project Initiation is structured to answer pertinent questions about the strategy to reduce casualties in accidental dwelling fires project by addressing diverse issues including the aims of the projects, the Specific Measurable Achievable and Realistic objectives of the project, the benefits expected to be accrued by implementing the project, the costs to be incurred in implementing the project, the project’ s business case, the tasks that are imperative for the accomplishment of the project, the implementation timelines, the persons concerned and their responsibilities, the Risk Management Plan and the Documents Management Plan. The Project Initiation Documentation is a dynamic basis and reference that at all times echoes and reveals the project's present status, plans, and controls of the project as presented by Kerzner, (2009).
The component products of the Project Initiation Document shall be updated and re-baseline, as and when needed, at the closing of every stage of the project to replicate the current status of the project’ s modules.
The performance of the project at the closing of the project shall be assessed based on the version of the PID used to gain authorization for the project. Aim The aim of the project is to develop a strategy to reduce casualties in accidental dwelling fires. This shall aim at reducing casualties in places were at a given time people can dwell such as residential care premises, hospitals, penal establishments, boarding schools, hostels, flats, and other residential accommodation, schools, and any other place that at a given time, people can dwell.
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