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Textbook:Meredith, J. R., Shafer, S. M., & Mantel, S. J., Jr. (2018). Project management: A strategic managerial approach (10th ed.). Wiley. https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781119369110InstructionsFinal Project PlanIn the application of the concepts learned in this course, you will compile a comprehensive project plan for a project of your choosing. This can be a personal project (such as a home remodeling project), a civic project (such as a fundraiser for the PTA or a church group), or a workplace project (real or hypothetical). The development of this project plan will be completed during this unit (Unit VII), and you will present your findings in a PowerPoint presentation in the final unit of this course (Unit VIII).During this unit, you will complete all written sections of your project. This is a comprehensive project, and you will need to use information from several chapters of the textbook in order to complete it.The completed project plan should contain the sections listed below.Title pageProject OverviewProject Mission Statement and Scope StatementProject Schedule and ControlProject Management Structure and BudgetWork Breakdown StructureRisk Management ProcessProject CommunicationProject ClosureReferences pageAs you are compiling the project plan, address the components listed below.Within the parameters of the project schedule, discuss the resource allocations and monitoring processes.Within the parameters of the project schedule, identify project evaluation and control processes.Within the Project Management Structure and Budget section, explain the management structure, and compile an estimated budget.Your final project plan should be a minimum of eight pages in length and follow APA style. References should include a minimum of three credible sources in addition to the textbook (for a minimum of four sources). All sources used must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations in APA style. Use the provided headings.