Discuss what stage of development is the most critical for high performance and project success. Use specific concepts and ideas.
Create a closeout checklist for a project including details on what steps you need to take to close the project and your communication methods in doing so. In addition, include what, if anything, could have been done differently to improve the project's performance.
What are the four most important characteristics of high-performaning teams for project? Why are each so critical? How are they related to each other? Give at least to examples from each characteristics. Explain how outsources help or hinder the project. Would you use outsources again? Why or why not?
A common assumption following the completion of a project would be that the sun would rise the next day. Suppose for a moment the sun did not rise. The severity of this risk would threaten not only the completion of this project but most other projects. In other words, the risk posed by the sun not rising is extremely high; howe
What types of project staffing skills have been identified as important for successful IT project managers? 100 words or more.
I need calculate the true status of a project on tasks a and b. Information that is presented is: Budgeted Work/Cost (PV) Actual Cost to date (AC) % work completed Estimate to complete Planned start & end dates - Start is Jan. 1, End is April 30 Actual start date - Feb. 1 Projected end date Planned Resources Utilized
At times, a project manager must evaluate proposals from identified vendors and make decisions based on the project budget and schedule. It is essential to determine how the organization will determine the best response to the proposal's individual vendors? IRTC has asked you to evaluate the customer service add-on the vendor
This solution is over 250 words and includes a reference on why a project charter is so vital to the project manager. The main function of a charter is to define the project's goal. It is truly the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How the entire project will be completed. Without a charter, the project manager could waste valuabl
As a project manager, discuss the cost and time methods you would chose to work with and why you believe these are the best. What methods would you not want to work with and why? Choose one of your least favorite methods, and discuss how you would manage a project if you were forced to use this method. 500 words.
Describe the role "corporate culture" plays in the success or failure of a project. Use specific examples to support your answer.
Persuasive Memo: Starting a Company Citizenship Project Congratulations! You've recently been hired as a Public Relations Assistant! After having worked at your new job for several weeks, you've discovered a lack of corporate giving, community involvement and environmental awareness. Seeing a wonderful opportunity to promote
Your manager needs your assistance on a major project. He has asked you to set up a plan to keep him informed on the status of the project. How would you proceed? What tools would you use? When was a time that a situation like this was handled successfully.
Change continually happens during a project as you learn more information and make adjustments. Some changes have small impacts and can be easily worked around without much effort. However, what happens when the proposed change affects the project's scope? Discuss change requests and what kinds of questions you would have for th
When managing project trade-offs it is important to understand the root cause of the conflict and why the need for trade-offs exists. Project managers must carefully evaluate information about the problems that are occurring during a project. Things are often more complicated than the situation first appears. When trying to gath
Given Toyota's quality problems in 2010, do you think Toyota's current strategic direction is aligned with the needs of their stakeholders? Please explain your reasoning.
List three important items that belong within a project management plan, and the importance of breaking the project into phases. Please comment on the importance of obtaining sponsorship approval when concluding each phase of the project.
Describe the importance of a project charter to the project manager. How does a strong project sponsor and clear project scope apply to the overall success of a project? Please provide a comprehensive answer using your reading, knowledge and experience.
What motivations typically cause firms to initiate a facility location or relocation project? (Answer provided in approximately 100 words.)
For the case below, prepare a report indicating the entry process, explain how you would enter the organization as an Organizational Development Consultant, and identify the contact person within the selected organization. OD Intervention Strategies: The Case of an Educational Institution Assumption about the hypothetical
The following activities are part of a project to be scheduled using CPM: Activity Intermediate Predecessor Time (WEEKS) A 6 B A 3 C A
Effort involved in a project and the importance of including an accurate not overestimation of both efforts as well as cut and dry expenses.
Costs such as salaries and equipment rental are a more cut and dry expenses to estimate than the cost of effort. Describe how to estimate effort. Discuss why it is so important to estimate projects correctly, and why overestimating projects can be just as detrimental as underestimating them.
Please help me with: (1) Present a convincing disparate treatment claim of someone being discriminated against based on age (2) Present a rebuttal to that affect (of the disparate treatment claim). Please provide me with an example in detail using at least 900-1000 words.
In the spring of 2010, Jemison Electric was considering an investment in a new distribution center. Jemisons CFO anticipates additional earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) of $ 100,000 for the first year of operation of the center in 2011, and, over the next five years, the firm estimates that this amount will grow at a ra
Activity Immediate Predecessor Time (WEEKS) A -- 1 B A 4 C A 3 D B 2 E C,D
As a project manager, discuss the critical issues that affect the success of a project. Discuss the areas that you consider your strengths, and what areas would be hard for you to manage. Use specific examples to support your answer.
The controller predicted the following costs at various levels of wine output: (see the attached file for proper formatting) wine output (0.75 litre bottles) 10000 bottles 15000 bottles 20000 bottles variable production costs 44,400.00 66,600.00
Project Management and Decision Making Respond to the following in discussion: - Who approves and reject changes to the scope of the project? - Who approves and reject resources. - Should the project manager have full authority to change control? - What type of system should be in place to manage change request? - Explain
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Using the activity matrix information and diagram, how would I determine: - the crash cost per day for each activity - which activities I would have to crash in order to meet a 12 day deadline at minimum cost - how much more would it cost to crash the project Activity Normal Time Crash Time Normal Cost
Consulting Plan and Recommendations: exectutive summary and overview of specific project. APA references are included.
I need help with the case Recruiting Brigade Budget Department, where failures to obligate yearly funding allocation has resulted in lost funding. I need ideas to write a one page executive summary of our consulting plan for the Department, and this page must including a high level overview of the project, highlighting the mo