The purpose of this Case Study assignment is to walk through the logical framework (LogFrame) and to create the project management documents needed to successfully lead a project.


Read the Kitchen Heaven Project Case Study in Heldman et al. pages 84-87 and complete the following:

Part 1: Logical Framework Template Column A

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  • Complete the      Goal, Purpose, and Outcomes (the green portion Column A) of the Logical      Framework template. NOTE: Do not rely on the content or wording in the      Project Case Study Checklist (page 86). Your work should be original and      based upon your understanding of the full scenario presented in the case.      Successfully completing the Logical Framework will yield different      results. The case provides the information required to complete each      assignment but leaves room for individual interpretation and assumptions.
  • One Goal      statement is expected.
  • One Purpose      statement is expected.
  • A minimum of      three Outcome statements are expected.
  • The Goal,      Purpose, and Outcome statements must be stated using the “Objective =      Action Verb + Object” format. Refer to Schmidt pages 34-40 for details.

Part 2: Project Charter

  • Using the      information in the Logical Framework template and the case, complete the      Project Charter.

APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.



1. General Project Information

  Project Name:  
  Executive Sponsors:  
  Department Sponsor:  
  Purpose of project:  

2. Project Team (add rows as needed)






  Project Manager:        
  Team Members:        

3. Main Stakeholders (e.g., those with a significant interest in or who will be significantly affected by this project)


4. Project Scope Statement

Project Goal / Business Justification Describe the business need this project addresses
Objectives (in business terms) Describe the measurable goals of the project, e.g., reduce cost by xxxx or increase quality to yyyy
Deliverables/Outcomes List the high-level “products” to be created (e.g., improved xxxx process, employee manual on yyyy)




Scope List what the project will and will not address that is not covered in purpose and outcomes (e.g., this project addresses units that report into the Office of Executive Vice President.  Units that report into the Provosts Office are not included) 


Major Known Risks (including significant Assumptions) Identify obstacles that may cause the project to fail.  
Risk Risk Rating (Hi, Med, Lo)
Constraints List any conditions that may limit the project team’s options with respect to resources, personnel, or schedule (e.g., predetermined budget or project end date, limit on number of staff that may be assigned to the project).


External Dependencies Will project success depend on coordination of efforts between the project team and one or more other individuals or groups? Has everyone involved agreed to this interaction?


6. Sign-off




Executive Sponsor


Department Sponsor


Project Manager


7.  Notes