Identify and explain the two categories of communication. Why are both essential to project success?
Create a project charter for a telecommunication project to include a Statement of Work (SOW), Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and a Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) for a selected project task.
Can you please explain the difference between hard logic and soft logic for establishing dependency relationships in project schedules with a creative example of each one?
After watching this short video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVVW8BferzQ can you please help me write a paper addressing the following questions? 1. A problem statement for the project, the statement should describe the nature of the problem, its location, timing, and magnitude. 2. A project objective and key performa
This project management plan describes an effective and efficient means by which to implement and or improve the telecommunications capabilities of this organization. This will include a telecommunications project manager as well as key assistant that will be able to help to develop and implement a telecommunications system that
Review Project Auditing, Theater High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD): Five Failures and Counting Case Study Do you think this was a financial audit, a project audit, or a management audit? Why? Was the purpose of the audit to exert cybernetic control, go/no-go control, or post project control? Explain. Given the comments
Do you think the goals and objectives of the Seattle Children's Hospital Project were well constructed? Please explain your reasoning. Please no more than 100-150 words.
Task time estimates for the modification of an assembly line at Jim Goodale's Carbondale, Illinois, factory are as follows: ACTIVITY TIME (IN HOURS) IMMEDIATE PREDECESSORS A 6.0 B 7.2 C 5.0 A D 6.0
Need assistance on at least a 200 word response for the following two questions 1. Describe resource leveling, its objectives, and the basic techniques to perform it? 2. What are any four heuristics for prioritizing resource allocation to activities? Why would a project manager choose one above another?
The project that you have been asked to research will be the foundation for the development of the project procurement plan. Your senior director has asked you to build a presentation that will be an overview of the project procurement plan. Diagram the procurement management process. Include in your presentation diagram how pro
The company you work for has grown in size in a very short time. Due to the scale and type of projects coming in, there is a need to adopt a project management software. You are tasked with researching the different project management software available and choosing three of the researched software to report on. Your report shou
Using the following activities and their relationships contract a PDM network. 1. A Start Milestone starts the project 2. Activities A and B can start at the milestone 3. Activity C follows the completion of A 4. Activity D can start after A finishes 5. Activity E cannot start until B is finished 6. Activity F starts after
Compare and contrast the bottom-up budgeting process with the top-down budgeting process. Make sure to discuss their advantages and disadvantages in regard to estimating project budgets and when it is appropriate to use each process. Explain what must be identified in order to construct a network. What are the strengths and w
Systems theory is a method of analyzing conflict that goes beyond looking at individual behavior and goals, and instead focuses on the patterns of interactions between individuals as a part of a whole organization. Systems theory also focuses on the roles that individuals play within organizations. Review the Webuwrite Academ
Write a short essay on why a project manager should have these characteristics and their relevance to managing a project. - Discuss why project managers are integral to managing successful projects. - Explain the relevance of the following characteristics: knowledge, performance, and personal. - Identify how you can build
Supply chain management is the integration of activities that procure materials and services, transform them into intermediate goods and final products, and deliver them to customers. The production, distribution, and sale of both goods and services are bound by constraints in demand, supply, capacity, capability, and a myriad o
Need at least 600 words in length defending your response to the following questions: Strategically, what must Pan-Europa do to keep from becoming the victim of a hostile takeover? What should Pan-Europa do now that they have won the price war? Who should lead the way for Pan-Europa? Using net present value (NPV), cond
• In a matrix organization, people are often assigned full-time to a project. What is the responsibility of the project manager to the assigned resource and to the manager the resource is "borrowed" from? • What should be the role of the project manager in the planning endeavors, including strategic and operational planning
1. Briefly explain each of the four levels of Maturity (M1 through M4) individually in the Hersey-Blanchard Situational Leadership Theory. 2. Describe concurrent engineering briefly. Please give an example. 3. In Excel's Histogram tool, how are bins defined? Briefly explain
For the purpose of this discussion assume that you are billed monthly based on the actual amount of water used the prior month, not on a levelled "same amount per month" payment plan. 1. Consider your monthly water bill - define the dependent and independent variables used. Remember the dependent will change because of the in
Consult the Pricing Guide Index if you hit an area and are not comfortable with your knowledge. Taking time to go through these hints will benefit you and your success. 1. Many of the questions deal with direct and indirect costs. This includes examples you will be given and asked which element would be charged as direct or i
Describe the "typical" life cycle of most projects. Discuss the different phases of the life cycle. What factors contribute to a projects life cycle not being "typical"?
Identify and descripe the implications of the five process groups of project management. Choose one of the implications and provide an example to illustrate your understanding.
Determine the following: a. Expected activity times b. Earliest start and finish times c. Latest start and finish times d. Activity Slack e. Critical Path Expected Project duration and standard deviation. (See attached file for full problem)
Fibrous Incorporated makes products from rough tree fibers. Its product line consists of five items processed through one of five machines. The machines are not identical, and some products are better suited to some machines. Given the following production time in minutes per unit, determine an optimal assignment of product to m
Arsenal Electronics is going to construct a new $1.2 billion semiconductor plant and has selected four towns in the Midwest as potential sites. The important location factors and ratings for each town are as follows: Scores (0 to 100) Location Factor Weight Abbeton Bayside Cane Creek Dunnville Work ethics 0.18 80 90 70 7
Barrows Textile Mills produces two types of cotton cloth: denim and corduroy. Corduroy is a heavier grade of cotton cloth and requires 7.5 pounds of raw cotton per yard. On the other hand, denim requires 5 pounds of raw cotton per yard. A yard of corduroy requires 3.2 hours of processing time while a yard of denim requires 3.0 h
Following are data reporting progress on a project. Work on all tasks contained in the table is scheduled to be complete as of the day of the report. Budget Begun? Complete? Actual cost Earned Value Task A 3,100 Yes Yes 3,100 Task B 4,000 Yes Yes 4,500 Task C 2,500 Yes Yes 2,250
This is it. You have concluded the project and will now present your work in a final summation to the client. As a project manager you are continually looking for opportunities and recommendations for further projects without trying to sell the customer. Making recommendations can be presented in a way that is not selling their
One of the stages in the process of making denim cloth at the Southern Mills Company is to spin cotton yarn onto spindles for subsequent use in the weaving process. Occasionally the yarn breaks during the spinning process, and an operator ties it back together. Some number of breaks is considered normal; however, too many breaks