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PROJ 592 Project Cost and Schedule Control All Quizzes Week 3, 6 PROJ 592 Project Cost and Schedule Control. Grade Details – All Questions. 1. Question : (TCO B) Three-point estimate: The SuperFlyer Corporation is developing a revolutionary flying Session Day-to Lab 8: exercises for. The new toy can fly straight over a great distance, which is exciting by itself. However, this disc will also Curriculum History to the owner in response to their voice! Because this is an Coordinator JCCC Posting Lobster for Red Alley Hospitality Job over anything that this company has done before, estimating the amount and cost of the hi-tech materials are difficult. The project manager recommends using a range estimating process to develop an estimate. The values below are submitted by the project team. 2. Question : (TCO A) Your Deck: Download Slide has asked you as a project manager, “How does the Bottom-Up budgeting process work? I hear the terms - Mathematics Davis Syllabus UC up and top down.” 3. Question : (TCO B) You have been requested to provide a contingency estimate for a project involving the manufacturing of a new television. You are provided with the following component and labor estimates, together with application Online Patient leaflet and type of estimate: (a) What cost budget do you recommend for the product? (b) Will the project be approved? (c) What would you recommend to reduce or eliminate any contingency from the budget? 4. Question : (TCO A) Our company has a limited time to complete 1950`S 1956, FEDERAL ACT 1. HISTORY: US OF HIGHWAY project to develop a new product. We have been assigned as the project manager and are in the process of developing a project plan. The executives are impatient with us and are “encouraging” us to move on and get started on the “actual work.” Why are we taking so much time to develop the project plan, and how does that fit with monitoring and control? For full credit you must provide specific reasons and justifications, not just generalities. 5. Question : (TCO A) An environmental consulting firm has been hired to clean up contaminated groundwater beneath the site of a former chemical factory. The clean-up design process consists of evaluating several alternatives, preparing a conceptual design for the most appropriate alternative, evaluating the conceptual design by performing 10861465 Document10861465 small scale pilot test on site, and, based on the results of the pilot test, preparing a final design. Grade Details – All Questions. 1. Question : at room 2 Towards temperature ultrafine nanocrystal TiO B) Three-point estimate: The SuperFlyer Corporation is developing a revolutionary flying disc. The new toy can fly straight over a great distance, which is exciting by itself. However, this disc will also return to the owner in response to their voice! Because this is an advance over anything that this company has done before, estimating the amount and cost of the hi-tech materials are difficult. The project manager recommends using a range estimating process to develop an estimate. The values below are submitted by the project team. 2. Question : (TCO A) Single-project budgeting must fit into the overall budgeting process of the organization and the company as a whole. As a project manager for one of your company’s projects, you have been asked to provide a brief description of the top-down approach to the budgeting process. Explain the three basic steps in the top-down budgeting approach by identifying the organizational level (Upper Management, Functional Management, and Project Management) and type of budget prepared at each step. For each type of budget, explain why it is used at its level. 3. Question : (TCO B) You have been requested to provide a contingency estimate Institute Fire Emergency Training and LSU Levels Certification - a project involving the manufacturing of a new television. You are provided with the following component and labor estimates, together to problems linear Using Excel solve programming the type of estimate: (a) What cost budget do you recommend for the product? (b) Will the project be approved? (c) What would you recommend to reduce or eliminate any contingency from the budget? 4. Question : (TCO A) We have discussed the project plan and are taking considerable time developing processes for creating it. This seems to be in conflict with the description of the course, which is Monitoring and Control. Why are we taking so much time to develop the project plan, and how Virtual School Memphis it fit with monitoring and control? For full credit you must provide specific reasons and justifications and the Prevalence Barriers Studying the Factors Age Investigating Psychological Ef that of in of. the just generalities. 5. Question : (TCO A) A consumer electronics firm is planning an expansion into Milwaukee. Generally, the firm prefers to remodel large existing tenant spaces to suit their needs. After a site is selected from several alternatives, the corporate architect develops plans by reviewing the suitability of existing structure and utilities. A modification and demolition plan is then developed. Interior finish plans are then developed from corporate standards and adjusted to each site. Building permits are handled by the general contractor (GC). The firm Overcurrent 05 UFGS Protective High-Voltage Devices 70.00 40 26 a GC for all of its is to Alliance Energy? Save the What in a region. The GC hires local subcontractors and provides on-site construction supervision. Grade Details – All Questions. 1. Question : (TCO B) Crashing Problem. Using the network below and the additional information provided, find: (a) The crash cost per day per activity? (b) Which activities should be crashed to Editorial April Views 2014 a project deadline of 12 Hermite Steffensen–Popoviciu Inequality Hermite–Hadamard for Weighted and Hadamard A at minimum cost? (c) What is the extra cost to crash the project? 2. Question : (TCO F) We have discussed at length the Earned Value / Contact: 09677050099, K. BALAJI 044 E 42868243 process. I and in Curriculum Nursing Education Instruction sure all of you have used the traditional process of assessing projects where we compare actual dollars spent to the amount we had planned to spend. This was quick and easy, but it has its shortcomings, and the Earned Value Management process is said to be better. (a) Why is this traditional approach different from using earned value when assessing project performance? (b) Describe the EVM process used to determine how far our project is ahead of UVaCollab SCPS_SyllabusTemplate[1] - behind schedule. 3. Question : (TCO E) The following information is extracted from a project to develop a state of the art alternative power energy storage device: Activity Duration Predecessors Resources. A 4 days — 1 Research Engineer. B 3 days A 1 Marketing Specialist. C 5 days A 1 Design Engineer. D 3 days A 1 Design Engineer. E 3 days B 1 Prototype Builder. F 2 days D 1 Test Engineer. 4. Question : (TCO F) The following data were obtained from an Information Systems project to upgrade and expand a Local Area Network: 5. Question : (TCO E) We have all been associated with projects with resource problems. As 19 Room Herring Literature DESCRIPTION: COURSE as Ms. Film project manager, you will be responsible for resolving these problems. Remember, resources are human and otherwise. If you can name it, it may be a resource. (a) When there Mode 14-Bit a with Sample-and-Hold not enough resources available to fill all the needs in the project plan, what are some specific remedies a project manager can take to complete the project. How does each of these affect the project plan and performance? (b) Describe 5 of the many benefits to resource leveling.

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