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Budgeting

Overview

Now that you’ve developed a list of resources, a budget, a list of tasks, and a timeline, it’s time to check in again with your customer(s). In this activity, imagine you’ve just finished up a Progress Review Meeting with your customer(s) where you discussed the current status of the project, project progress, and any troubleshooting that has occurred. Now, you need to write a follow-up email to go over what was discussed in the meeting. You will write a professional email to the customer(s) of your project, recapping the progress report you delivered in your meeting.

Instructions
For this activity, complete the following:

Write a follow-up email, recapping an imagined Progress Review meeting you had with your customer(s). There is no template for this assignment, so you will need to create your own document.

In your email, include and highlight the following eight key terms, using each term correctly and in a professional context:
“Risks”
“Project stakeholders” and “ethics”
“Project vision”
“Met expectations”
“Project performance”, “baseline”, and “compare plan vs. actual”
Your email should be clear, well-organized, and formatted according to SWS style. Your email should be between 300 and 500 words and should use accurate grammar, mechanics, and spelling.

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