Initial, Repeatable, Defined, Managed, and Optomizing. 4.17) Profitability and scoring models: Scoring model is a way to score a project or its components, has many different criteria. A model that would fit in this is an Additive Value Model. Profitability has more to do with the money side and profits. Amodel that would fit this would be calculating IRR. 5.2) 30,000/200,000= 15%6.3) About $5027.5)About 1.0078.6)About 1.05
9.7) MethodCategoryWeightABCConsulting Costs20123Acquisition Time20231Disruption10213Cultural Differences10332Skill Redundancies10211Implementation Risks25123Infrastructure10222175220235Winner:CBased on the sum the best option would be C. 10.1) Two-Thirds of HP’s revenue comes from products that have been introduced in the last two years. Which means that they are fairly new projects. The success of these projects have a lot to do with their revenue. 11.2) Documented research shows that the most significant variable for initial screening is how well the project fits into the organizations global corporate philosophy and strategy. Financial selection is not at the top of the list for HP, in fact, since a lot of the time these numbers are forecasted they decide to go more with tangible factors than intangibles. 12.3) It is also used to keep track of all the lists of projects. Some get chosen and funded; others get added to the future list of projects. Regardless, it is the best way of keeping track and knowing what is going on within the company. 13.6) The impact of their selection process is unlike any other companies. They were able to condense and select few projects from many. Only those that understand project management understand the difficulty of what they did. They definitely would be considered industry leading in terms of project management maturity. They would score very high.