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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Critical Chain Project Management, Indirect Costs, Duration Series

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14 Jul 2016
Crash: term for shortening duration of an activity or project beyond when it can be normally done. Time to market: global competition and rapid tech ad
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 7: 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT – Midterm Chapters

71 Page
9 May 2016
Chapter 1: modern project management: a project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result, major goal of a proj
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Work Breakdown Structure, Scope Creep, Programmable Thermostat

7 Page
14 Jul 2016
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 4: 3. CH 3, 10, 17

24 Page
9 May 2016
Ch 3: organization structure and culture three main project management structures used by firms to implement projects: functional organization, dedicat
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Closure Phase, Project Manager, Organizational Culture

6 Page
14 Jul 2016
In past, project manager was responsible for seeing closure. Today, responsibility among project manager, teams, office, review committee and independe
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scope Creep, Cost Accounting, Firstline

27 Page
9 May 2016
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 5: Project Mgmt - CH 5

12 Page
9 May 2016
Top-down estimates are usually done by senior management: often derive estimates from analogy, group consensus, or mathematical relationships. Bottom-u
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Property Management, Special Education In The United Kingdom, Work Breakdown Structure

8 Page
9 May 2016
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Wicket-Keeper, Longest Path Problem, German Destroyer Z27

28 Page
9 May 2016
Answers to discussion and review questions: to effectively manage a project, a project manager must employ a certain set of skills. However, if the wor
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Work Breakdown Structure, Project Network, Aadhaar

6 Page
14 Jul 2016
The project network is a tool for planning, scheduling and monitor project progress. Its developed from the information collected for the wbs and is a
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Scope Creep, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Slush Fund

18 Page
9 May 2016
Unforeseen delays (i. e. adverse weather, design flaws, and equipment breakdown) Pressure to move resources to other projects. Focus should be on chang
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gantt Chart, Stuart Pugh, Aadhaar

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9 May 2016
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YORKSummer

MGMT 4800 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-3: Probability Distribution, Negative Number, Standard Deviation

9 Page
14 Mar 2019
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YORKSummer

MGMT 4800 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Probability Distribution, Standard Deviation

7 Page
14 Mar 2019
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Green Darner, Eye Color, Mount Everest

3 Page
9 Feb
Abdomen is blue or blueish go to 2. Abdomen is not blue but instead is red, black, brown or white go to 3. Wings are brown towards the inside and are
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ceteris Paribus, Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply

37 Page
9 Feb
Chapter 28 canadian inflation, unemployment, and business cycle. Topic: inflation cycles: demand-pull inflation occurs when, aggregate demand increases
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Pearson Education, Technological Change

31 Page
9 Feb
Aacsb: reflective thinking: in 2010, northland had real gdp of . 21 billion and a population of 2. 98 million. What was northland"s economic growth rat
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Monarch Butterfly, Herbicide

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9 Feb
Observed monarch butterfly behaviour has significant implications for species survival. Habitat loss is one of the worlds leading causes of species dec
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Disposable And Discretionary Income, Pearson Education, Chapter 27

51 Page
9 Feb
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aggregate Supply, Pearson Education, Aggregate Demand

40 Page
9 Feb
Which graph illustrates what happens when factor prices decrease: (a, (b, (c, (d, (a) and (b) Parkin/bade, economics: canada in the global environment,
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mendelian Inheritance, Numeracy, Population Genetics

4 Page
9 Feb
Biodiversity and conservation biology assignment #1. In this assignment, you will be doing two types of questions, most of which involve numbers. Many
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Core Inflation, Pearson Education, Canada Act 1982

29 Page
9 Feb
Topic: monetary policy objective and framework: how is responsibility for monetary policy set forth in canada, the canadian government administers mone
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 7: 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT – Midterm Chapters

71 Page
9 May 2016
Chapter 1: modern project management: a project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result, major goal of a proj
View Document
YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Scope Creep, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Slush Fund

18 Page
9 May 2016
Unforeseen delays (i. e. adverse weather, design flaws, and equipment breakdown) Pressure to move resources to other projects. Focus should be on chang
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cost Accounting, Relay Race, Critical Chain Project Management

12 Page
9 May 2016
Chapter 8: scheduling resources and costs developing the project resource schedule. This resource schedule will be used to assign the time-phased budge
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Wicket-Keeper, Longest Path Problem, German Destroyer Z27

28 Page
9 May 2016
Answers to discussion and review questions: to effectively manage a project, a project manager must employ a certain set of skills. However, if the wor
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scope Creep, Cost Accounting, Firstline

27 Page
9 May 2016
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 4: 3. CH 3, 10, 17

24 Page
9 May 2016
Ch 3: organization structure and culture three main project management structures used by firms to implement projects: functional organization, dedicat
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Foodborne Illness, Telecom Regulatory Authority Of India, Uptodate

9 Page
9 May 2016
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 2: 2. Ch 13, 14 (Project Progress & Closure)

18 Page
9 May 2016
Data collected are determined by which metrics will be used for project control. Good wbs, cost and time estimates, network ! New variances and problem
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 5: Project Mgmt - CH 5

12 Page
9 May 2016
Top-down estimates are usually done by senior management: often derive estimates from analogy, group consensus, or mathematical relationships. Bottom-u
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Property Management, Special Education In The United Kingdom, Work Breakdown Structure

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9 May 2016
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MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Closure Phase, Project Manager, Organizational Culture

6 Page
14 Jul 2016
In past, project manager was responsible for seeing closure. Today, responsibility among project manager, teams, office, review committee and independe
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Work Breakdown Structure, Scope Creep, Programmable Thermostat

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14 Jul 2016
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Work Breakdown Structure, Project Network, Aadhaar

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14 Jul 2016
The project network is a tool for planning, scheduling and monitor project progress. Its developed from the information collected for the wbs and is a
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Critical Chain Project Management, Indirect Costs, Duration Series

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MGMT 4700 Lecture 7: 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT – Midterm Chapters

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MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Closure Phase, Project Manager, Organizational Culture

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In past, project manager was responsible for seeing closure. Today, responsibility among project manager, teams, office, review committee and independe
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MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Scope Creep, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Slush Fund

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Unforeseen delays (i. e. adverse weather, design flaws, and equipment breakdown) Pressure to move resources to other projects. Focus should be on chang
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MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Work Breakdown Structure, Scope Creep, Programmable Thermostat

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MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cost Accounting, Relay Race, Critical Chain Project Management

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MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Work Breakdown Structure, Project Network, Aadhaar

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MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Wicket-Keeper, Longest Path Problem, German Destroyer Z27

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Answers to discussion and review questions: to effectively manage a project, a project manager must employ a certain set of skills. However, if the wor
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MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scope Creep, Cost Accounting, Firstline

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MGMT 4700 Lecture 4: 3. CH 3, 10, 17

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Ch 3: organization structure and culture three main project management structures used by firms to implement projects: functional organization, dedicat
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MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Work Breakdown Structure, Project Network, Aadhaar

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The project network is a tool for planning, scheduling and monitor project progress. Its developed from the information collected for the wbs and is a
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Work Breakdown Structure, Scope Creep, Programmable Thermostat

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MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Critical Chain Project Management, Indirect Costs, Duration Series

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Crash: term for shortening duration of an activity or project beyond when it can be normally done. Time to market: global competition and rapid tech ad
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronWinter

MGMT 4700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Closure Phase, Project Manager, Organizational Culture

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14 Jul 2016
In past, project manager was responsible for seeing closure. Today, responsibility among project manager, teams, office, review committee and independe
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scope Creep, Cost Accounting, Firstline

27 Page
9 May 2016
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Scope Creep, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Slush Fund

18 Page
9 May 2016
Unforeseen delays (i. e. adverse weather, design flaws, and equipment breakdown) Pressure to move resources to other projects. Focus should be on chang
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cost Accounting, Relay Race, Critical Chain Project Management

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9 May 2016
Chapter 8: scheduling resources and costs developing the project resource schedule. This resource schedule will be used to assign the time-phased budge
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gantt Chart, Stuart Pugh, Aadhaar

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9 May 2016
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YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 5: Project Mgmt - CH 5

12 Page
9 May 2016
Top-down estimates are usually done by senior management: often derive estimates from analogy, group consensus, or mathematical relationships. Bottom-u
View Document
YORKMGMT 4700Yuval MeronFall

MGMT 4700 Lecture 7: 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT – Midterm Chapters

71 Page
9 May 2016
Chapter 1: modern project management: a project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result, major goal of a proj
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