The first slide will feature bullet points that briefly describe the project and the benefit to the employer.

THIS IS 3 SEPERATE ASSIGNMENTS. PLEASE DO NOT COMBINE THEM..Kick-off meetings are commonly held for many types of events and occurrences; however they play a critical role in project management. Select a project (real or proposed) that would benefit your current or a past employer. Prepare an agenda for use at the project kick-off meeting that shows the important points you will discuss.Your PowerPoint presentation will consist of two slides. The first slide will feature bullet points that briefly describe the project and the benefit to the employer. The second slide will feature bullet points that describe the balance of the agenda for the meeting. Each of these slides must contain speaker notes and five to six bullet points. Add a title slide and a reference slide showing at least one source used to prepare your assignment.Attach your agenda to the discussion forum as a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.Nearly all projects produce lessons learned many of which have applications to other current or future projects. While these lessons may be shared at any point during a project a lessons learned meeting should be held at the end of every project. Using the project from this weeks first discussion prepare an overview for a final lessons learned meeting that shows the important points you will discuss.Your presentation will consist of two slides. The first slide will feature bullet points that briefly describe the lessons learned. The second slide will feature bullet points that describe how the lessons may be of use to other current or future projects. Each of these slides must contain speaker notes and 3 to 4 bullet points. Add a title slide and a reference slide showing at least one source used to prepare your assignment. Attach your slides to the discussion forum as a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.

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