List and describe two techniques for risk identification, such as brainstorming, a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), or a scenario analysis. What are advantages and disadvantages of each technique? How might these be suited for technical or construction projects?
Discuss the relationship between a project's critical success factors and inherent risks.
Develop a statement of work for a Software Development Project. Use the format 1) background 2) Tasks (3) objectives (4) approach (5) input source Then create a WBS for the above project. What are the key steps, including work packages tasks and any related sub tasks for the project.
With the new opportunities that IT can create, there are risks and threats that must be addressed. 1. What are the major risks to the organization when implementing and using IT? 2.To what degree are IT security risks and business risks interrelated? 3. What disadvantages might a business encounter from a "locked-d
Please help me with a jumping off point for an extensive paper about the role of project leaders in evaluating and addressing project changes.
Chains-2-Gains hires people just released from prison and put them into temp-to-perm jobs with their client employers. This helps ex-offenders to gain experience and skills and overcomes significant barriers to employment. The case manager conducts the initial interview and assessments. Job Readiness Training & Job Placem
You are the project manager for a new multi-million dollar building renovation for your organization. The company needs to maximize the space that they have and the best approach is to do a staggered build out in order to better maximize the space in the existing building. You feel that the best approach was to negotiate with mu
Imagine as a project manager for Apple Inc. you are presented with 3 new initiatives and requested to recommend you choice of one. Which one would you choose and why? The products are the new 55-inch iTV, iWatch and iWallet. Through the course of capturing requirements, you come up with the following Table(s) for each initia
Stakeholders may not communicate as frequently or politely as a project leader prefers. How would you work with a stakeholder who threatens to go over your head and complain to your supervisor if you cannot guarantee specific results?
What is risk reassessment and what advantage and disadvantage does it have within a project. Also what are the different type of reporting practices that can be use within a project and if they have any advantage and disadvantage within the project.
Problem 3 A drill press costs $30,000 and is expected to have a 10 year life. The drill press will be depreciated on a straight-line basis over 10 years to a zero estimated salvage value. This machine is expected to reduce the firm's cash operating costs by $4,500 per year. If the firm is in the 40 percent marginal tax bracket,
People handle conflict in different ways. Assume you are the project leader and two of your team members (who report to you) are trying to negotiate who will take the major share of the work on a new project. Both feel they are overwhelmed and overworked already and neither wants the additional responsibility. Assume one of the
1. What information is most and least useful to a project leader when creating a project organization chart? 2. What kind of information should be available to team members or restricted to senior management?
What does it mean to crash a project? What are some ways to save money? Is it possible to shorten the critical path and save money? Explain how.
What are some of the procedures for analyzing risk within healthcare organizations? What are some of the procedures for performing a risk assessment in order to meet compliance standards?
Discuss different ways how to identify project stakeholders? Provide examples of how you as a project manager might control and manage stakeholder engagement.
Describe different methods and techniques a project manager could use to minimize or control changes to project schedules?
Project Charter, Scope, and Work Breakdown Structure Assignment You have been selected to participate in a prestigious internship in a health care organization by working for the chief information officer (CIO). Your internship will consist of a series of project management activities you complete throughout this course.
How does the Work Breakdown Structure differ from the Project Network (Diagram)?
Users of a system can help define specific requirements, but only executive management can help define scope. What are the differences?
"Team-Based PM" 1. Discuss how a "project team" could be leveraged to solve a specific challenge you are facing in your position as an Administrator at work or in your academic life. Explain your response. 2. Analyze the facets of team performance to determine which capacity is the mot important across the greatest number of s
1. What information is gathered in a project audit and when does this typically happen? 2. Are project audits conducted in your organization? Why or why not?
How can you, as the IT manager, ensure that each IT project delivers value to your organization? Use the purchase of new presentation software for your organization's marketing department as an example.
Out of the eight traits associated with being an effective project manager, choose three that you possess. How do these traits contribute to effectively managing the execution of a project?
What can the project sponsor do to help the project manager? As a project manager, how would you deal with lack of support from a project sponsor?
A Discussion On CIOs, use of social analytics, and managing tradeoffs in project between cost, quality, and time.
What advantages does a CIO bring to a business? What might be two disadvantages of having a CIO? What are the trade-offs between cost, quality, and time when designing a project plan? What criteria would managers use to manage this trade-off? How do social analytics aid an organization?
Why is risk management an important aspect of project management? Discuss the effects of not considering risk when managing a project.
Cost and Time Estimation on Projects - How is this done when little is known about the details of the project?
As project manager, what would you do to estimate a project's time and costs when there are so many unknowns? How are they addressed at the beginning of the project? What steps are needed to do so?
Overview: The emphasis in this week is on how the consultant plans to obtain a contract through an understanding of the roles of the consulting team, creating a schedule for initial and subsequent meetings with the client, and effective use of the consulting process. Additionally, the week's readings provide enhanced knowledge o
How does the business prioritize the projects so that resources are properly allocated?