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Read the Quantitative Reasoning for Business Overview document. write an APA formatted self-reflective paper in 350 words in which you answer how taking the QRB course will prepare you for future courses in economics, finance, accounting, and research.

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//Every subject plays a vital role in the modern times. All these subjects are interrelated, whether, it is science or commerce. So, we can not ignore the significance of any subject. The Quantitative Reasoning is also an indispensable subject of the present era. //

As we know that the Quantitative Reasoning is one of the core courses of MBA, Engineering and Research work. Quantitative reasoning is intended to increase the analytical skills of a manager. The concepts of the quantitative method are used in field of finance, economics, accounting and research work. Without getting acquainted with the fundamentals of this subject, we can not profoundly study finance and economics. So, the knowledge of Quantitative methods is essential to know more about finance and economics (Curwin & Slater, 2008).

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2. How does the development of project software compare to other methods of scheduling. What are the benefits of using project software? What are the downfalls of using technology in this manner?
3. The textbook gives examples of successful scheduling. What are the benefits of having a schedule for a project?
4. Multitasking has become the norm in our everyday society. Why is it important for a project manager to be aware of multitasking during a project? Do you think there are benefits to multitasking? Explain your answer.
5. What is the "crashing" procedure? Use an example from your own project experience to help identify the steps.
6. What are factors and decisions that need to be considered when comparing crash costs and the trade-off?
7. What is the importance of scheduling and possible reasons for schedules to be modified during a project's duration? Give an example from your own experiences where this came into play.
8. What are the dimensions of project closure? Do you feel any of these factors play a bigger role in closure? Explain your answer.
9. Compare and contrast the three methods of continuous learning during a project.
10. What are the steps for a project change to be implemented once the tools have validated concerns for the project?
11. There are several phenomena listed in the textbook that can potentially affect a project. Choose one, and explain how you, as a project manager, could be aware and prepare for the possible effect of its impact on a project.

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