Task must be defined as a deliverable with a

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task must be defined as a deliverable with a measurable end result. If the tasks are defined vaguely and we have to make subjective judgments about progress and completion, tracking will be ineffective. For each task, the project team members estimate the number of work hours that are required to complete work on the deliverable. Only with an estimate of hours can we accurately track progress. The project manager sets up a tracking procedure where each team member reports how much work they have completed on each task and more importantly, how much work remains to finish the task and complete the deliverable. The project manager also establishes a frequency of status reporting and weekly is best. APPENDIX 1 PRESENTATION OBSERVATION CHECKLIST Category Assessing Criteria Satisfactory Organisation Included the introduction and statement of purpose Yes No Ideas were organised, clear, concise and in a logical order and presented in meaningful way. Yes No Necessary background information was provided. Yes No Type of presentation appropriate for the topic and audience Yes No Present ideas and information to a uses an effective and interesting opening unfamiliar
audience and environment that provoke interest and response Yes No Identify purpose of project and discuss key integration element and link to appropriate other elements Yes No The presentation appropriately cited requisite number of references Yes No Concluded with a strong conclusion Yes No Content An attractive introduction lay out of the problem and establishment of a framework for the rest of the presentation Yes No Maintained consistency on focusing on defining subject and central message (e.g. proposals, achievements or failure of project) Yes No Appropriate relevancy, linkage and integration of key element systematically identified and presented Yes No Technical terms well-defined with appropriate language for the target audience? Yes No The presentation contained accurate information with the support of major key points and central message Yes No The material included relevant to the overall message/purpose Yes No Appropriate amount of materials was prepared Yes No An obvious conclusion summarising the presentation. Yes No Presentation Maintained good eye contact with the audience and did he/she maintain effective body language (e.g., gestures, moving around, etc.)? Yes No Used a clear, audible voice with good paced speech? Yes No Stayed focused on the topic Yes No Used inflection to convey importance of main points and enthusiasm for the subject Yes No Delivery poised, controlled, and smooth? Yes No Demonstrated good language skills and use of appropriate pronunciation, spelling, and grammar
were accurate Yes No

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