Problem1. Selecting a project of your choice, use the SWOT analysis and Force Field Analysis Techniques to describe what are feasible and what are not in circumstances.
Problem2. Implementation must focus on the attainment of agreed outcomes, so that if a problem is faced with the plan, other courses of action can be used.
1) What are the main control elements in generic projects and describe why each one of them is important illustrating answer with illustrations. What are the types of problems (at the planning stage) one should address with respect to each control element to reduce risks of being caught by surprise throughout implementation?
Problem3. While scoping a project, as much information as potential should be collected about the wants and concerns of sponsors and end-users.
1) What are the useful channels of influence which might exist on a project for a project manager about sponsors and end-users, and how he can best employ each one of them in his favour?
Problem4. One way to classify team cultures is largely to classify them as being closed cultures, partly-open cultures and fully open cultures.
1) Discuss the characteristics of the 3 organizational cultures and describe how they might influence project management culture in each case.
Problem5. Comparing a project manager to a conductor of the chestra is true analogy. Critically discuss.