Below is this weeks topic. I have to respond to two other classmates responses. Please respond to the classmates post. First, consider the following case study scenario: You are the newly appointed PM for a major new project in your company. You just stepped in and haven’t yet had a chance to analyze the project. This project has significant executive support and an engaged executive sponsor. The project’s executive sponsor catches you in the hallway on your day first or so on the job and asks you whether you will be able to complete the project in less than 6 months. Then answer the following questions: a) Based on what has been presented in this Module, can you give the executive sponsor an answer at this time? b) Why or why not? c) So what do you say to the sponsor? How can we respond? d) More specifically: Describe to the executive sponsor what you must do from a project Time and Scheduling* perspective before you can give an answer. *Cautionary Note While it is true that we have covered project charters, WBSs, etc, this question is not looking for a “schoolhouse answer” like, “Well, first we need to develop a project charter and a WBS, then Bob’s your uncle!” Don’t get roped into an overly simplistic answer like that. Think it through: What do we need to do from a time and scheduling perspective before we can give a reasonable estimate of project duration. They responses are attached in the word document.