Identifying What a Project is
From the given list of activities, identify which ones are projects and which ones are not. Give
reasons to justify your rationale for the ones that you have not identified as project
I need to move the company headquarters to a new city.
Moving the company will affect the work flow and customers that buy from this company,
finding a moving company that will be efficient to handle the move. This will happen in the
current city th
Module 6 Analysis
This survey has been designed to encourage project participants to think about
the significant issues of a project prior to the post project review. The questionnaire
should be completed and return the questi
1. What is the risk identified?
2. What is the probability of the risk occurring?
3. What is the impact of it occurring?
4. What is the remediation plan for that risk?
1. The head of the business se
Module 4 Ex1
Labor: Is the amount of work that it will take to complete the project, typically listed in
days, weeks, or hours.
Materials: Is anything that you need to complete the job that is not a resource and
Deriving Duration Estimate
The three methods of deriving duration estimates are past history expert opinion,
and mathematical derivation. Past history allows the project manager to use past
projects as templates fo
Risk mitigation Strategies
A fall back for this project will be to keep it in the same city if the project cant move to
the new city because of taxes or not having a market for its products.
Insurance is going to be a useful means for the risk mitigation,
Running head: CASE STUDY 10.2: PROJECT SCHEDULING AT BLANQUE CHEQUE
Case Study 10.2: Project Scheduling at Blanque Cheque Construction
Unit 6 Assignment 1
1. What are some of the issues that weigh in favor of and against crashing the
Introduction to Project Management
STUDENT COPY: Midterm Exam
Select the best answer from the options given.
1. The project lifecycle refers to or facilitates which of the following items?
The stages in project development