April 19, 2017
- The section is to collectively decide the criteria that, taken as a whole at week end, define a “project.”
- The section will discuss sound project and portfolio selection criteria.
- Each student will also succinctly describe an example of a project in which he or she has participated and indicate how this project exhibits his or her criteria for a project. You may find that the examples in Schwalbe (2015) serve to recall projects to you.
- Next, you should address whether DMBA 620 is a project for you.
FYI: Here is the definition of a project taken from the Project Management Institute’s1 Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) (5th Edition, 2013) PMBOK is posted as an eReserve:
“A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result.”
So, by this definition, is your DMBA 620 an example of a project?
The seminar certainly is a temporary endeavor with a beginning and an end. But is it creating something unique? You might answer these questions as you define what a project means to you — and thereafter comment constructively on others’ definitions/project criteria.
You might also think about, and discuss, why it matters whether something is a project, or not.
Please provide at least one example of a project from your own work or other life experience.
You should also discuss project and portfolio selection criteria.
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