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1 Mini-Case Study: Defining Standard Projects at Global Green Books Publishing CIS 213: Project Management I Professor Kadri Brogi Mini-Case Study: Defining Standard Projects at Global Green Books Publishing Daniel S. Bernardez Martinez May 23, 2019
2 Mini-Case Study: Defining Standard Projects at Global Green Books Publishing In this assignment, you will explore the business situation that the Global Green Books Publishing is facing and how it was resolved using effective project management. 1. Printing books in a print shop, especially large quantities of a single book, is a process. A process is an ongoing day-to-day repetitive set of activities the print shop performs when producing its products. How are these customized eBooks different from a standard printing process? What characteristics make these customized eBooks a project? E-Books have been one of the most popular digital products for both creators and customers. They are relatively simple to produce since they require little more than written text and a few relevant images. eBooks are simple to distribute via significant marketplaces or self-created online stores. They are easily consumed by customers, who can read them on e-readers, tablets, computers, and even their mobile phones. As mentioned in the case study, each of these eBooks is customized for each college curriculum. The eBooks are changed for courses than for the instructor preparing that course regardless of the way that the subject/course may be equal. The instructors may require content changes inside their different eBooks to. The entire eBooks have the expertise for totally exclusive layouts as well. This one of a unique point makes each eBook another substance which implies they cannot be delivered like a standard printed course reading.

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