Project Management Plan: Increasing Enrollment Rate for the Transworld Institute of Technology

Sheng-Wen Liu, Jung-Tsung Tu

Abstract


Because of the seriously decreasing birthrate in Taiwan (1.2% in 2008), most private colleges in Taiwan as well as the Transworld Institute of Technology (TIT) have a problem recruiting new students every year. From 2002 to 2008, the rate of enrolling new students was decreasing about 5% every year. The goal of this project is to have 2430 newly enrolled students in the TIT (90% of the 2700 new student enrollment capacity), compared with the fall 2008 baseline of 2025 new students enrolled ( 75% of the 2700 new student enrollment capacity), an increase of in 15% by September 15, 2010. To achieve the goal of this project, the project manager executed this project by adopting Billows’ (2002) 19 steps in five phases: initiation, planning, executing, controlling, and closing by Microsoft software of Project Management, and the concepts are consistent with the PMI philosophy.

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