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RYERSONGMS 450Peter KhaiterWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Project Plan, Systems Development Life Cycle, Sequential Logic

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Project an activity that is unique with a specific deliverable aimed to meet a specific need or purpose. Program a planned series of future events, ite
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RYERSONGMS 450Peter KhaiterWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Business Case, Human Resources, Pest Analysis

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RYERSONGMS 450Stan KatzWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Project A, Health Insurance Portability And Accountability Act, Failure Mode And Effects Analysis

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A budget must be developed in order to obtain the resources needed to accomplish the project"s objectives. A budget is simply a plan for allocating org
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RYERSONGMS 450Peter KhaiterWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Project Management, Project Manager, You Want This

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Once project has been selected the senior manager has to choose a project manager. 2. 1 project manager role: project manager usually selected after pr
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RYERSONGMS 450Stan KatzWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Local Area Network, Gantt Chart, Control Chart

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Monitoring- collection, recording, and reporting of project information that is of importance to the pm and other relevant stakeholders: purpose ensure
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RYERSONGMS 450Stan KatzWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Work Breakdown Structure, Executive Sponsor, Responsibility Assignment Matrix

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3. 1 the contents of a project plan- the project charter . Map of the route from project start to end: business case or the organizations expected fina
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RYERSONGMS 450Peter MonkhouseWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Project Management Institute, Nyishi (Tribe), Project Charter

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Interrelated set of activities with a de nite stat and end point, which results in a unique outcome for a speci c allocation of resources. Each task is
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RYERSONGMS 450Stan KatzWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Financial Audit

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Evaluate means to set value of or appraise. A project evaluation appraises the progress and performance relative to the project"s initial or revised pl
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RYERSONGMS 450Stan KatzWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Project Management Institute, Project Management Office, Project Manager

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Emphasis on project management daily, organizations are asked to accomplish tasks that do not fit neatly into business as usual. Projects tasks are spe
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RYERSONGMS 450Stan KatzWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Project Management Software, Systems Development Life Cycle, Executive Sponsor

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Once a project has been selected, the next step is for a senior management to choose a project manager (pm) Pm"s job to make sure that the project is p
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RYERSONGMS 450Peter MonkhouseWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Project A, Call Option, Real Options Valuation

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Chapter 1: the world of project management part 2. Project selection is the process of evaluating projects or groups of projects and then choosing to i
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RYERSONGMS 450Peter MonkhouseWinter

GMS 450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Fixed Cost, Cost Accounting, Project Charter

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Consider the job of planning the project, developing a budget, and scheduling all of the tasks. >the plan includes the budget indicating both the amoun
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