Consider a project of your choice. This could be either a project that you are currently involved in, or one that you are familiar with from your own experience or from secondary sources. Using an analytical framework of your choice (from the module materials), critically appraise available empirical evidence in relation to the chosen project and, drawing upon relevant literature, identify and discuss in depth one or two major issues that are affecting (or have affected) management processes, team performance and outcome of the project to date. From your analysis of the chosen project, identify key learning points for the practitioners and decision makers in the given organisation. Make recommendations for further development of organisational and individual knowledge and skills for managing projects of a similar type or in similar industrial /organisational environments. Reflect on the process of creating this assignment and on your own learning from it. 1. The choice of analytical framework used to identify and prioritise the most significant issues or areas of influence, in relation to the decision making processes, performance of the project team, progress of work, and effectiveness of its management. (~15) 2. Quality of analysis: the student's ability to critically appraise and discuss available evidence in light of the analytical framework, relevant literature and theory, and use them to support the analysis and discussion (~30) 3. Key learning points and recommendations for improvements: logically derived from the presented analysis and discussion with a commentary about implementation in the given organisation and/or more generally (~25%) N.B: The chosen topic is on a software migration in a particular bank and the issues experienced are on :not being able to meet up with the time, stakeholders not fully involved and not meeting up with cost..(therefore the main focus area is on time management, stakeholder engagement and cost management)
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