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Chapter 1: Case (One day in the life)

This case shows a glimpse of what it is like to be a project manager. It also underscores that being a project manager is more social than technical and that project managers spend the majority of their time interacting with various people who impact a project.

1. How effectively do you think Rachel spent her day?

You may argue that she is inefficient and does not have control over her time.

You may also argue that this is the nature of the job as expected, and that she is appropriately spending her time managing relations and keeping on top of things that affect the project.

Students with little work experience are often much more critical than those with work experience.

2. What does the case tell you about what it is like to be a project manager?

Rachel’s day underscores three key functions project managers spend their time performing:

a. Building and sustaining interpersonal relations. Project managers have to network and develop good working relations with team members and other project stakeholders. b. Information gathering and dissemination. Project managers are the information hub for their projects. They are in constant communication with various stakeholders, collecting information from various sources, and sending it to those who have a need to know. c. Decision-making. Project managers consult with various people to make decisions necessary to complete the project.

Chapter 2: Problems 2-5

2. Two new software projects are proposed to a young, start-up company. The Alpha project will cost $150,000 to develop and is expected to have annual net cash flow of $40,000. The Beta project will cost $200,000 to develop and is expected to have annual net cash flow of $50,000. The company is very concerned about their cash flow. Using the payback…...

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...declining revenues. Consequently, in some areas of the state (where systematic surveys have been conducted), moose population estimates are quite accurate, and in others (where they have not), estimates based on fewer data are on the conservative side. In response to the first set of questions "How many moose (caribou, bears, wolves, etc.) live in this state?," current estimates are: 144,000-160,000 moose 576,000 caribou 32,000-43,000 brown/grizzly bears 4,900-6,200 wolves Reference: Alaska Department of Fish and Game. (2012, June 1). Retrieved September 2, 2015, from http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=wildlifenews.view_article&articles_id=560 Parrett, L., & Dau, J. (2014, August 1). Four North Slope Caribou Herds Counted Behind the Numbers: How Are the Caribou? Retrieved September 2, 2015, from http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=wildlifenews.view_article&articles_id=678...

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Women's Health

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