Chapter 14 Review Questions

Chapter 14 Review Questions - 14-R2 What major information...

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CIS 550 / Week 11 Chapter 14 Review Questions and Exercise 14-R1 How does the project audit differ from the performance measurement control system discussed in Chapter 13? While project audits use performance measures and forecast data, they are generally more inclusive than the performance measurement control system discussed in Chapter 13. Project audits include a review of why the project was selected, a reassessment of the project’s role in the organization’s priorities, a check on the organizational culture, an assessment of team performance, lessons learned, and a check on external factors that might affect the project direction or importance. A project audit is intended to include all factors relevant to the project and managing future projects.
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Unformatted text preview: 14-R2 What major information would you expect to find in a project audit? I would expect a project audit to include the following information: Classification of the project by characteristics such as type (development, marketing, systems, construction, etc.), budget size, number of staff involved, technology level, strategic or support, etc. Succinct analysis of information gathered including project mission and objectives, procedures and systems used, organization resources used, etc. Recommendations for major corrective actions that should take place. Lessons learned. An appendix including backup data or details of the analysis....
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course CIS 550 taught by Professor Teller during the Summer '11 term at CSU Dominguez Hills.

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