Essay on Possible Improvements to Denver's Airport Baggage System
Considering, the Denver’s Airport Baggage handle system project. The city of Denver in the U.S.A had been selected for the airport which would make Denver as an air transportation hub. It would be the largest airport in the U.S.A and would carry 50 million passengers annually. The airport’s automatic baggage handling system was a critical part of the plan. By this plan airport turnaround plan would become approximate less by 30 minutes. (Goatham, 2008)
As the project was live there were many significant changes that were being asked to do, although the original negotiations, BAE had made it clear that no changes would be accepted. Because of the stakeholders pressure the BAE and the project management team were forcefully …show more content…
Changes in the projects are very common and are a well-known fact. Changes might be small or big it affects the project anyhow. Organizations consideration towards these changes shows their flexibility. It reflects how organization is adaptive towards change and change management. Agility covers it since through agility theory it is important how an organization is headed towards change management. Furthermore, for all organizations it is an important so as to keep a track record of these changes as a result of which it affects the project cost, time and also changes the scope. Hence this change management is a part of organizations project management model presently.
Thinking about the critical paths in the projects a very important factor came out as an outcome is complexity. Project managers mainly deal with two kinds of complexity one is task complexity and the other is relational complexity. Task complexity means dealing with number of