Principles of Project Management
Week 1 Discussion Questions:
1.What are the key characteristics of a project?
• The key characteristics of project are:
Every project should not be repeated and should
contain a unique characteristic.
A project is temporary and as its own goal of completing a project in a specific time.
The progressive elaboration is one the key role by which a project can be investigated and improved which allows producing more accurate and comprehensive…
A. Garage Construction (Jeff)
1. Schedule – CPS continues to update the Garage schedule weekly (Attachment A), which is included in the Facilities Weekly Report.
2. Project Status –
a. NEON Monthly Review – next meeting will be Aug 6th.
b. Sheet rock wall surfaces were installed this week inside the mechanical room. Fire caulking, mud/tape and paint were all completed as the room is being prepared for the arrival of the mechanical installers.
c. Electrical conduit installation…
students with the goal of the project and allow them to build their own project that accomplishes all goals. What this would allow is unbridled creativity on an individual level. Students would still have the option to work in groups or alone, which is almost always beneficial. The difference between this project and other would be that students would have to think about how a project will connect to the class BFEORE they complete it. This is asking them to think about the project from a…
understood this while was working on a critical project at Akamai Technologies. I was a Project manager and an integration specialist; wherein my primary responsibilities were to be an Akamai Product expert and be a Technical lead on integrations for the premium clients. Handling both the aspects was quite a challenge. I was able to overcome this challenge with specific skills and strategies. I did get recognized for the efforts had put in the project, but the most decisive moment came in…
Executing Toyota approach to Project Management
Venture Management and its key difficulties
Numerous organizations completely or halfway live in an undertaking world, yet the vast majority of them either don't understand it or they basically don't act like venture driven organizations.
An undertaking is an impermanent attempt to make an extraordinary item, administration or result. Venture administration is the use of learning, aptitudes, devices and strategies to meet undertaking…
Chapter 1. Introduction and literature
The process of planning leading and controlling a project can affect many parties and likewise be affected by many. According to previous research, stakeholders have an important impact in projects success regardless of the industry thus they are important in construction sector. However the level of implication of stakeholders may vary from one geographic location to another. Among other growth challenges, some developing countries currently face dilemmas…
research on the topic on which an hypothesis will be determined. The theory which implies that external stakeholders do have an impact on construction projects is tested and with usage an applied methodology is obtained final results. The last stage of this research concludes findings on the topic while…
Summary of Reflection in Agile Retrospective
The Agile Retrospective can be outlined in five main steps, these are created to set a clear path when starting the retrospective. They are the following:
Set the stage: Involves explaining the goal in the retrospective meeting
Gather data: Gathers the reporting and responding level of the reflection as a team using agile methodology. Each team reviews and discuss obstacles and feelings
Generate Insight: Agile teams analyze their previous actions…
According to Project Management Guru (2012), three benefits of formally monitoring and controlling project risk include:
It allows the team members to understand the current state of the project, including validating and controlling the scope of the project.
It allows the team members to understand the budget and schedule of the project, including controlling the cost sand quality of the project.
It allows the team members to consider changes (perform integrated change) that could improve the…
methodology until the project is completed. Software development teams cannot choose to develop a software solution utilizing both a waterfall and agile methodology. When a software development team chooses to utilize a waterfall method they must ensure that they stick to the defined steps of the waterfall method. If experiencing difficulties during the implementation phase, the team can-not choose to turn the period into a short iteration and change the path of the project. Software development…