Questionnaires and Surveys are well established techniques for assessing project risk. Write a paper explaining why a company should use these techniques to manage risk throughout a project. Please provide an example of a questionnaire and a survey that you might use for a hypothetical project.
what are the activities involved in planning & organising a music concert from as the project mananger for the event
Woods Ltd are a company specializing in the special events. They specifically focus upon giving customized special events on behalf of major organizations. Companies in their portfolio includes: car manufactures, large retailing chains , sport goods manufacturers, and a national chain of health clubs. Traditionally, they hav
Develop a risk assessment matrix for a ficticious project (on something simple). Write a paper describing the benefits of this matrix.
1) How have the projects you have been involved in been concluded? 2) What do you feel is the proper length of time for a project? (Please explain why you choose your answer) 3) What is your perception of what upper management does when they find out why a project failed? 4) Do you think you could be a project manager?
Rocky Mountain Tire Center sells 20,000 go-cart tires per year. The ordering cost for each order is $40, and the holding cost is 20% of the purchase price of the tires per year. The purchase price is $20 per tire if fewer than 500 tires are ordered, $18 per tire if 500 or more - but fewer than 1,000 - tires are ordered, and $1
1. Please help explain (do not simply list) three advantages to using a Relational Database Management system. 2. Trying to compare and contrast the Hierarchical Database Structure and the Network Database Structure. 3. Which entity should have the most influence on the design of a database system, management or the worke
1 Explain how a work breakdown structure can be useful during the estimating of a project budget. 2 Before PERT diagrams are prepared, the person performing the work should have a clear definition of the requirements and objectives, both prime and support. Is it an absolute necessity? Why? Paragraph 3 Is it possible to esta
Make a recommendation to a member of Congress. Imagine that the United States Congress was considering sweeping legislation that would provide intensive regulation of nonprofit fundraising, including the imposition of more filing requirements to the Internal Revenue Service for nonprofits, as well as more active obligations on t
Scenario 1 One of the most famous cases of poor project management was the Sydney Opera House, which came in years and millions over budgets. What have researchers identified about this case that we can learn from? Scenario 2: Also, identify a high profile failed project from your nation of origin and see if the same mi
Construct the network diagram b. Identify each activity's EST, EFT, LST adn LFT c. Identify all paths. Which path is the critical path? d. Calculate the slack each activity? e. How long will it take to complete the project?
Given the information in the following table Activity Duration Predecessor a 4 None b 6 a c 4 a d 2 c e
Can you help me get started on this?? Assume that you are a consultant and you are advising an organization. They are interested but you want to make sure that they will buy into your project-- that is, give you the green light to continue to hire or pay you. Make a good presentation to the organization. Format: 1. Proje
List and explain the different levers that project managers use to exert control over projects. Give an example of how each lever can be used in project control.
I need help with the following: In your organization, what aspects of the change management process are the most time-consuming? Propose at least one way to shorten the process, and describe the resources needed to make the process more efficient.
Company X has been told to install some new equipment. The company has 16 weeks to install the equipment. Using the following information: IMMEDIATE ACTIVITY TIMES ACTIVITY PREDECESSORS a m b
1. How does the type of project organization affect each of the types of conflicts that occur over the project life cycle? 2. Which project organization would have the most difficult conflicts? Why? 3. How would a project charter benefit a project manager? Four project types are discussed. 426 words in total.
As stated earlier the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is one of the most important tools in Project Management. Understanding the project at a detailed level is the key to developing a roadmap to success. Remember that, by definition, projects in general are unique, complex, multi dimensional undertakings which require a variet
Name and describe the 3 types (or divisions) of project portfolios (from the organization's view). Provide an example of each. 291 words, one reference
Concept Project title: Trump/Lopez Wedding The purpose of this project is: To plan an elegant wedding for Donald Trump and Sandra Lopez, including invitation selection, cake, organization during wedding, location of reception and food, photos, music, and honeymoon. It will cost: $1 million It will be completed by:
Many companies use software to factor in cost and profit for each project, explain what software and technique you would use to manage your budget and expenses, consider payroll as well. -Discuss different types of cost estimates and methods for preparing them. -Understand the processes involved in cost budgeting and pre
Project Charter, Project Communication, and scope statement for assignment: Create two project artifacts for the Huntsville Project
Answer the following questions: (some questions deleted to make problem easier) (1) Project communication is extremely important to the success of a project. What types of project communication should Janet implement to discuss the status, technical issues, and responsibilities on the project? In particular, discuss any potenti
List and discuss the different types of project feasibility factors. Is any factor most important? Why or why not?
1. Write a 1-2 page paper identifying the ways in which project selection affects risk. 2. Explain how these risks can be reduced. 424 words, 2 references
See attached case study. Write an essay that fully answers the following questions. 1. From the case study above: "After quickly reviewing some of her old project management books, she discovered that the project charter was typically written by the project sponsor. Since she had already created a task list, she decided
My topic will be A Family Reunion. In the project charter it must have 1. Project purpose or justification 2. Measurable project objectives 3. High level requirements 4. High-Level risk 5. Summary milestone schedule 6. Summary budget 7. Project approval requirements (what constitutes project success, who decides the
A company has four new text publishing products that it must decide on publishing to expand its services. The firm's WACC has been 17%. The projects are of equal risk, Ã?s of 1.6. The risk-free rate is 7% and the market rate is expected to be 12%. The projects are expected to earn as follows: Project W: 14% Project X: 18%
Analyze the integration of lodging, events and recreation, food and beverage, and facility management operations at a resort.
See attached decision tree. Assume the role as a PM. Which action should be taken as a project manager and why that was chosen and why not the others. In order to avoid a federal penalty of $1 million, the administration must either retrofit or move into a compliant building within 24 months. The president thinks he can g
Describe a work-related situation you feel could be improved, using a restaurant as the target business. Consider the following: 1.Identify the needs of the situation? 2.What is the project objective? 3.What assumptions, if any, should be made regarding the project to be undertaken? 4.Who are the main people or departments
Assume you work in a small firm that has multiple projects happening simultaneously and that the scope of work in all of the projects is similar. What are some of the problems you might run into in allocating scarce resources in a situation like this? What suggestions can you give the various project managers to coordinate acros
For an organization that makes packing materials, answer the following questions. How and why does that organization evaluate project complexity? What factors are typically considered? In case your organization does not evaluate project complexity, or you do not know, then assume that you are responsible for such evaluation