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Project Management IIMT Solved Assignment

Project Management IIMT Solved Assignment

Project Management

Part A: Attempt all the following                                                       2*10=20 Marks

  1. What broad term described the following people in relation to your project? Your university, your participants, anyone who may be affected by the results of your research, the ethics committee.
    1. Subjects
    2. Gatekeepers
    3. Collaborators
    4. Stakeholders
  2. Which of the following are good general rules to follow in your dealings with project stakeholders?
    1. Don’t assume, ask.
    2. Divert attention away from any concerns about your project
    3. Tell external stakeholders les about your project than internal stakeholders
    4. All of the above
  3. Which of the following are generally safe assumptions in dealing with schools, clubs or similar organizations?
    1. You will be introduced to all the staff who work in the organization.
    2. You may make use of the staff rooms on site.
    3. Classes or activities will be organized to allow you to collect your data.
    4. None of the above.
  4. What advice do we give about factoring in the commitments of project stakeholders when making your own plans?
  1. Consult student timetables to see when they might be free to attend data collection sessions.
  2. Ask external organizations what the most convenient times would be for you to visit
  3. Neither of these
  4. Both A and B
  1. Which of the following are items that students doing empirical studies are likely to need to book?
    1. Technician time
    2. Audio recorders
    3. Transcription equipment
    4. All of the above
  2. Which of the following are essential components of a GANTT chart used to plan your project?
    1. Your home telephone number
    2. Your supervisor’s home telephone number
    3. The email address for the chair of the ethics committee
    4. None of the above
  3. Which of the following are risks to your project that you can take steps to manage?
    1. The photocopier breaking down
    2. Running out of ink for your printer
    3. Your computer crashing
    4. All of the above
  4. What suggestions do we make to help if poor recruitment begins to pose a risk to your study?
    1. Don’t worry – it will soon pick up.
    2. Apply some subtle pressure to potential participants.
    3. Consider changing time slots or adding new options.
    4. None of the above.
  5. Which of the following refers to a narrative description of the work to be accomplished?
  1. The statement of work (SOW)
  2. The project specifications
  3. The milestone schedule
  4. The work breakdown structure (WBS)

 

  1. As the name indicates, the statement of work (SOW) is a narrative description of the work to be accomplished. It includes the objectives of the project, a brief description of the work, the funding constraint if one exists, and the specifications and schedule.
  1. Which of the following statements is TRUE for Work breakdown Structure (WBS)?
  2. Project Manager must structure work into small elements that are manageable
  3. Project Manager must structure work into small elements that are independent
  4. Project Manager must structure work into small elements that are measurable1
  5. All of the given options

Part B: Attempt five of the following                                                            10*5=50 Marks

  1. What is project life cycle? Explain its significance and stages.
  2. Explain the managerial and technical project appraisal.
  3. What is feasibility report? Explain the different steps involved in feasibility report preparation.
  4. Explain the concept of government revenue. Does really projects contribute government revenue. Substantiate.
  5. Explain the following key elements while controlling the project:
  1. Establishing the standards
  2. Measuring performance against standards
  3. Correcting variation from standards
  1. What quality control methods prevalent in project management? Explain why TQM is important in project management.

Part C:  Case study                                                                                         30 Marks

Anusha garments a manufacturing in apparels is exporting to European countries. Quality of the finished product and meeting at the time schedule is a competitive strength of the company. Even though new orders were lining up the company is not showing interest because of the overload already committed. Recently the company facing problem due to scarcity of electrical power, manpower and government regulations.

As a project manager identify the risk factors in the project and do a suitable analysis on the same.

 

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