Consider a project you are planning to implement in your home, workplace, or community organization. List all of the components of the project, decision points, resource requirements, and possible uncertainties. What do you feel is the measure of success for that project? Are there more than one measure for success?
NAME OF THE PROJECT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL
ORGANIZATION : A PRIVATE UNIVERSITY IN A COUNTRY IN ASIA (OR ONE OF THE
STATES IN AMERICA)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT:
This project was conceptualized by the top management as a result of the continuous growth in the university, not only in terms of enrolees but also in terms of programs and courses offered and a serious plan of the Board of Trustees to put up branches in strategic places. These existing and impending changes would result to corresponding changes in the factors of production requirements, where one of which is the human resources. Aside from the need for more competent and qualified teachers, there is likewise a necessity for equally competent and qualified non-teaching staff that will provide support services. It was from this context that the training program was conceptualized.
Even before the formal implementation of the training program, the following must be determined:
1. Stakeholders of the Program. These are the people who would have interest in the program:
• School administrators
• Non-teaching personnel
• Faculty parents
The stakeholders must be identified because they are supposed to be the focus of the project. They have their own interests, expectations, and priorities. Hence, they have their own requirements that must be complied with.
2. Needs for the training. This will justify or give rationale to the project. It must be something that is worth achieving. It must be something that, when addressed or filled up, would contribute to the attainment of organizational goals and objectives. These needs can be determined ...
This solution provides a sample training program for non-teaching personel in a private university in approximately, including description of the project, in 1000 words with three references.