Need assistance on the following 4 questions. Can I please get a 200 word response for all questions. 1. What is the "crashing" procedure? Use an example from your own project experience to help identify the steps. 2. What are the tools that are often used to speed up the project process when necessary? 3. What is the c
I have to analyze how the scope of an assigned project relates to Earned Value Management (EVM). I have to elaborate on how a project manager integrates both of the concepts for effective project progression? I must also indicate the following:: - Use of a work breakdown structure to scope the project - The work breakdown
I have to identify a project and build a scope statement that includes the objective of the project, goals, a clear description of the project and any related tasks that need to be accomplished. I need sufficient information/feedback in order to explain and assess what project scope planning is as a process and how I plan to
I would like an expert's help to expound on the purpose of the "Generally Accepted Accounting Principles" and the "Sarbanes-Oxley Act" and the role that both of these play within the arena of financial markets or marketplaces.
1. Compare and contrast the main approaches for developing a WBS. Which approach do you feel is most user-friendly? Explain your answer. 2. What is the basis of the WBS? How can this tool become the center of the project? 3. Explain the process of mind mapping. Mind mapping begins with a project name. Develop a "project na
1. Why do stakeholders need to be informed throughout the project? What are some effective ways to communicate with stakeholders? 2. Compare the elements involved in project initiation. Are there any elements that are more important than others when looking at the initiation process? Explain your answer. 3. Compare and con
Need assistance on the following 4 questions. Need at least a 200 word response for each though please. 1. What are possible sources of conflict within a project team? What approach can a project manager use to keep the project on track and not be negatively impacted by such conflicts? 2. What are the different types of e
Critically review an article having to do with any issue in the business world as it relates to project management. You can pick any article you wish, as long as it meets the criteria listed below. Here are some suggested topics: - Project life cycle - The cost-schedule-quality equilibrium - Project stakeholders - A proj
Why does a project require monitoring? Give an example of a project with which you have been involved that required monitoring. What was the end result of your project?
I realize that change will occur on all projects, If the change wasn't successful, or if the change wasn't as successful as it could have been because it wasn't easily accepted, what could have been done to make the change successful or more easily acceptable?.
What are the tools that are often used to speed up the project process when necessary?
Please help with Project Cortex "Document Management" and please help with project Cortex "Vendors Management." What are the things are required within the Cortex "Document Management" and maintain "Vendor Management - where all the vendors should be connect to one single Network. How well it can do extensive evaluation f
Create a flow chart illustrating the flow of procurement source selection that leads to the award of a contract. Pay particular attention to ethics in procurement, issues for negotiation, forming procurement teams for complex buys and source selection and management's approval. Length: 5-7 pages
Evaluate the legal aspects of procurement. Focus on the basis of contract law, agency law, the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), and the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). Analyze and summarize the company's position in relation to the copier vendor and how the position will be supported by understanding the legal aspects of pr
Can you please help me with the following scenario? You plan to have a yard sale at the end of the month. Develop a checklist you could use to monitor this project. Describe how you would actually use the checklist while the project is under way.
Can you please describe the benefits of effective project closure with examples, real or otherwise, to support your answer?
Identify the resources a project manager can add to or change in a project when uncertainties come into play. Explain how being prepared can make these adaptations prevent further complications. What is a method for monitoring project uncertainties?
What is the basis of the work breakdown structure (WBS)? How can this tool become the center of the project?
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 describe what is "crashing" in project management with an example?
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