A DAY IN THE LIFE
1. How effectively do you think Rachel spent her day?
2. What does the case tell you ask what it is like to be a project manager?
Project is a complex, non-routine, one time effort that is limited by time, budget, resources and performance specifications and it’s implemented to meet the customer requirements: This case shows a daily working life of Rachel, the project manager of large information systems project; the case mainly discussed the way a project manager allocates her time to spent one day in her life. A day in the life also 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 manager spend the majority of their time interacting with various people who impact on a project. The effectiveness of Rachel spent her day project is complex, non-routine, one time effort limited by time,budget,resources and performance specifications designed to meet customer needs. Considering the case study, Rachel allocates her time significantly on activities not done respectively before that in my point of view can be applied as project activities. Activities such as going over project reports and preparing for the weekly status meeting, going over problems with her boss, participating in a conference call and responding to the issues arise in the project could be determined as project activities. In contrast, the characteristics of non-project tasks are regular daily works which required respective and routine activities. It is seen that often limited time she spend her day on these types of activities. Those can be illustrated in gossiping about internal politics with Eddie a worker in finance office. Technically evaluating by dividing her done tasks into.
FIRST ROUTINE WORKS, PROJECT TIMES AND SECOND ROUTINE WORKS. FIRST ROUTINE WORKS (FROM 7: 40AM TO 10: AM): SHE SPENT FOR; Socializing and catching up on personal news...
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