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MBA 6951 Unit V Scholarly Activity

MBA 6951 Unit V Scholarly Activity

Author: l marshall

This next phase of the project is meant to build off the previous phases and chapters:
Phase III: More Lessons Learned
Phase III Work Breakdown:
1. Analyze and critique the NMCI project in terms of its:
o risk identification and management,
o its scheduling,
o its budgeting, and
o its manner of project execution and closure.
You are to refer back to your knowledge from previous units to complete this portion.
2. Explain the challenges EDS faced in each of these areas, how and why they went astray, and how EDS might have managed these areas to prevent the problems or at least lessen their impact.
3. Determine whether this project could be judged a success or failure from a stakeholder's perspective. Use the CSU Online Library or your favorite search engine to locate resources that may help you determine this.
Phase III Deliverable
For this assignment, you are to submit a four-page report that presents an analysis, critique, and recommendations/remedies regarding the project management areas of risk management, risk response, scheduling, budgeting and project execution, and closure as they apply to NMCI's performance. The report should also include your post-project evaluation of whether this project is/was a success from the stakeholders' perspectives.
Finally, describe the elements of this project that could have led to its early termination.
Information about accessing the Blackboard Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided below.

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