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Week 2- Problems and Exercises_CH

Week 2- Problems and Exercises_CH

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Chapter 3 2. What are some sources of risk in a systems analysis and design project, and how does a project manager cope with risk during the stages of project management? Some sources of risk the use of new technology, users might be resistance to change, availability of critical resources, competitive reactions or changes in regulatory actions due to the construction of a system, or team member inexperience with technology or the business area. A project manager has to have good communications skills to cope with these issues. Also be open to criticism if people get frustrated because things are not going well. However, to cope with these risks the manager should try identify them first then try to estimate how often you think they could occur. This is important because they could possibly delay the project. Jeff A. Essentials of Systems Analysis and Design, VitalSource eBook for DeVry University. Pearson Learning Solutions, 02/2012.
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