Describe ways that expectation gap can be addressed and improved,
and include how information overload and/or redundant information
might affect the expectation gap.
Expectation gap can be addressed and improved by clear communication between
by Reza Torkzadeh
FUNDAMENTALS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Copyright 2012-2013 by Reza Torkzadeh. All rights reserved.
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Project Assumptions and Reqirements
$50,000,000 initial investment
150,000 units per month=1.8 million units per year
Cost =$0.95 per megabyte
1.8 mil * $38= $68.4 mil
1.8 mil *$50= $90 mil
University of Nevada Las Vegas
Department of Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology
Lee Business School
IS 383 Business Intelligence
CBC C125, MW
Section 1002: 8:309:45 am
Section 1004: 4:005:15 pm
Purpose of Project Plan (1)
Is it clear what the project is supposed to deliver?
Is it clear who will be working on the project?
Do you have a breakdown of activities?
Is it clear when deliverables are due?
Do you have established communicati
Project failure is rarely attributed to a single
factor; often several factors interact and cause
a project to fail.
A project is normally considered a failure if it
runs over budget or if it completes beyond th
Managing project risk
All project involve some level of risks.
What type/level of risk
Some risks are more serious and result in outright
project failure and some lead to budget overrun
(under-estimate), delay (deliver the project late)
happens when a number of activities needed
for development of products and services are
carried out by a provider outside the
The need to focus on an organizations core
competencies is the pr