submit a Project Charter and Project Scope Statement for a spring concert sponsored by the (WESU).

Your roommate is about to submit a Project Charter and Project Scope Statement for a spring concert sponsored by the (WESU). WESU is a residential university with over 22,000 students. This will be the first time in seven years since WESU sponsored a spring concert. The Entertainment Council has budgeted US$ 50,000 for the project.

Below is a draft of her working.

WESU Spring Music Concert

Project Objective

• To organise and deliver a six-hour music concert



• Concert Security

• Contact local newspapers and radio stations

• Separate beer garden

• Six hours of musical entertainment

• Design a commemorative t-shirt

• Local sponsors

• Event insurance

• Safe environment



• Secure all permissions and approvals

• Sign big name artist

• Contact secondary artists

• Secure vendor contracts

• Advertising campaign

• Concert

• Clean up


Technical Requirements

• Professional sound stage and system

• At least five performing acts

• Restroom facilities

• Parking

• Compliances with WESU and city requirements


Limits and Exclusions

• Seating capacity for 8,000 students

• Performers are responsible for travel arrangements to and from WESU

• Performers must provide own liability insurance

• Performers and Security personnel will be provided lunch and dinner on the day of the concert

• Vendors contribute 25 percent of sales to concert fund

• Concert must be over by 12:15 am


Customer Review

• The President of WESU student body




Question: Develop the Project charter including followings:

1) Project purpose or justification (business case)

2) High – level project description

3) Measurable project objectives (deliverables) and related success criteria (acceptance criteria)

4) High – level schedule

5) Summary budget (Expenses and Cash flows):

6) Enterprise environmental factors

7) Organisational process assets

8) Stakeholder list

9) Name and authority of the sponsor or other person(s) authorizing the project charter

10) Assigned project manager, responsibility, and authority level

11) High – level risks plan

12) Communication plan

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