Situation: Zig expressed his satisfaction with your reply, and your Program Man

Zig expressed his satisfaction with your reply, and your Program Manager let you know he explained to Zig the iterative nature of developing a project plan, how various documents are fleshed out and crafted as the project is planned. Zig was not aware of how the planning of a project is as much about learning about the work as it is about planning how that work will actually get accomplished.
Use all you have learned from your study of the course materials, your review of the UMT Office Relocation Requirements, your discussions with your classmates about schedule management plans, and the Schedule Management Plan template provided for you in the course materials to formulate a suitable Schedule Management Plan (SMP) for the UMT Office Relocation Project. Bear in mind that as you proceed over the remaining weeks of the course, you may need to add to and/or adjust aspects of your SMP which will be reviewed by your peers during Week 11. Review the requirements provided in the MPM 633 Schedule Management UMT Office Relocation Requirements document. Add to this list of requirements any requirements you consider omitted and necessary. Consider all of the data you have available, and formulate an SMP for this project. Submit your Schedule Management Plan.
Submition Instructions
Review the directions carefully, consider all of your options, and provide details with explanations.
Write the paper using MS Word.
Use MS Project software to create WBS/Schedule in “MPP” format for submission.
Defend your work with examples and references, and make sure your work reflects graduate-level writing.
All assignments are expected to adhere to APA formatting standards (references and citations), reflect high-level of scholarship, use correct grammar, and reflect critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Review APA standards use either the Purdue Owl or the Bellevue University APA tutorials located in the Resources section.
Include at least one reference and cite your paper using APA format. When citing, you need to include both in-text citations and a reference citation at the very end.
For this and all other assignments in this course, there is a considerable amount of information that you do not have about UMT, Inc., e.g. history of the company, culture and structure of the company, leadership, leadership structure, project managers, engineers, etc. However, you are given the latitude in this and all following assignments to fabricate the reality you will be dealing with based on the information you do have. You are to assess every angle of the company and consider all of the project stakeholders who will be impacted by your team’s ability to manage this office relocation project. You are to make assumptions about people’s titles, departments, roles, perceptions, etc. and create the story. Bear in mind the fact that your effectiveness as the project manager of this project will be used by UMT to evaluate ASDG’s performance. Your reputation as well as your company’s reputation depend on how well you manage this project.