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MAN 435-CS-2A

Course Number: BUSINESS Man 435, Summer 2010

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MAN-435 Project Management Project Management: Achieving Competitive Advantage, by Jeffrey K. Pinto, (Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice-Hall, 2007). ISBN-13: 978-0-558-39543-8 Case Study 2A: Project Selection at Nova Western, Inc. Read Case Study 3.2 on page 103. Then answer the questions. Questions for Discussion 1. Phyllis has called you into her office to help her make sense of the...

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Project MAN-435 Management Project Management: Achieving Competitive Advantage, by Jeffrey K. Pinto, (Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice-Hall, 2007). ISBN-13: 978-0-558-39543-8 Case Study 2A: Project Selection at Nova Western, Inc. Read Case Study 3.2 on page 103. Then answer the questions. Questions for Discussion 1. Phyllis has called you into her office to help her make sense of the contradictions in project evaluation. How would you explain the reasons for this divergence of opinion from one technique to the next? What are the strengths and weaknesses of each screening method? I would explain there are two general classes of project selection, numerical and non-numerical. The head of software development chose a scoring method. Simplified Scoring Model Using a scoring model, numeric values are used in a simplified scoring method to represent the various key factors in decision making of a proposed project. The numerical values are numbers based on importance to the company in correlation to the proposed project. Numbers used in this project include 1 thru 3; three (3) being the most important or of greatest significance and one (1) being of least importance or least significance. The values can be determined using criteria based on internal and external issues, best suited for the company. Issues in project screening and selection may include risk factors, market potential, internal operations or any additional specific factors to the organization such as proprietary elements, branding and strategy. Advantages: easy to use, measuring the alignment to an organizations strategic goals (leverage and fit), Disadvantages: the scoring model can be used to manipulate an audience with an inaccurate structure. Manipulated by the analyst performing the scoring, relevance of the criteria is therefore skewed to the objectives of the analyst. There is nothing concrete to reflect upon should questions arise later, each individual could mentally redo the scoring model according to their personal agenda. And the business applications organization chose an NVP analysis. Net Present Value (NPV) Method Often noted as the most popular method for a decision making approach to a proposed project. Identifying the initial investment and the organizations projected added value via the proposed project. Constructing a table such as above allows the analyst to keep a score on inflows and outflows (discounted cash flow) identifying the projects viability. Multiplying the net flow amount by the discount factor, resulting in the NVP. If the NVP is a positive number, it proves the proposed project is viable. Advantages: financial based performance evaluation, decisions are made based on generated profits as a result of the project, from the perspective of the organization making an investment. Disadvantages: long-term predictions are complicated and often inaccurate. The divergence opinion of from one technique to the next is due to the method used to analyze the differing projects. Management can decide to use one method over another or take both into consideration when deciding on the project best suited for the companies short and long terms strategic goals. 2. Choose the project that you feel, based on the above analysis, Nova Western should select. According the information provided I would dispense with the simplified scoring model as I feel its not objective to the needs of the business. Looking at the financial model, I would need a full fiveyear comparison for both proposed projects to make an accurate decision. Project Janus offers the following opportunity: $ 250,000 invested today, yielding an expected income stream of $150,000 the first year with a calculated NVP of $60,995 after five years. Project Genesis requires an initial investment of $ 400,000, invested today, yielding an expected income stream of $75,000 the first year with a calculated NVP of $25,695 after three years. I would require both NPV analyses to reflect a 5-year future cash flow, recalculating the true NVP. Then I would want to include the internal rate of return (IRR) in order to take into consideration the entire stream of cash flow and the breakeven point of the individual projects. Using both models it would be easy to see which project would add the most value, while meeting strategic goals. Assuming that a required rate of return for the company is 15% and that inflation is expected to remain steady at 4% for the life of the project. I feel after everything is said and done project Genesis on a five-year projection would prove to be the best investment. 3. What does the above case suggest to you about the use of project selection methods in organizations? How would you resolve the contradictions found in this example? The models selected suggest two varying personal agendas. I feel the financial model supports the fundamentals of a companys financial goal. However, doesnt reflect the anything more then the financial aspects of the proposed projects. The scoring method reflects a simplistic method open to inaccuracies and misunderstandings. As different criteria will be weighted differently based on agendas and areas of the organization. I feel a company reviewing projects based on these two models will be introducing misunderstanding to the foundation of the project with varying ideas of projected success. The financial model was incomplete and therefore the decision would be based on inaccuracies again. While the departments administrating these project ideas and models probably had good intentions and while a decision would most likely be made on these models. I believe the data lacks experience and knowledge. resolving the issues would take an impartial panel for the simplistic scoring method and a complete financial model as discussed in question 2.

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