The Portfolio Project grade is composed of two primary parts.100 points of the score come directly from your performance on the Simulation, as reported in the assessment submitted in Week 7. This assessment is based on the decisions you made during the simulation and is automatically calculated by the simulation.250 points of the score are based on your participation in the weekly Portfolio Project discussion participation, written analysis of the simulation, best practices gained, and lessons learned.Your assessment should be well structured, like many project management communications. Use the following outline as section headings in your paper to provide structure. Also, make good use of bulleted lists, numbered lists, and tables to further provide structure and clearly communicate information.Introduction (provide background and tell the reader what to expect from the paper)Key Decisions Made (describe a few of the decisions made in the simulation that were critical to the overall success or failure of the project.Lessons Learned (use subheadings and address Successes, Issues, and Actions to consider in the future when faced with similar challenges.)Best Practices (compile a list of three best practices that can be applied to similar projects in the future)Required length is 7 -10 double-spaced pages.Include a minimum of four academic or professional references that provide information and guidance for assertions made in your paper.As always, follow CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Note: Outside sources means academic and research other than the textbook, course materials, or other information provided as part of the course materials. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to find academic sources.