Essay on Case Analysis Denver International Airport

4149 Words Feb 10th, 2015 17 Pages
Running head: CASE REVIEW ANALYSIS OF THE DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

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Case Review Analysis of the Denver International Airport And Its Baggage Handling System Warner Sherman

CASE REVIEW ANALYSIS OF THE DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Table of Contents

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Summary of Findings……………………………………………………………..………. 3 Background Information…………………………………………………….……............. 3 Problem Statement………………………………………………………………..…..…… 4 Analysis of Alternatives…………………………………………………………………… 4 Detailed Recommendations………………………………………………...……………... 5 Implementation and Evaluation…………………………………………………………… 6 References………………………………………………………………………………… 8 Appendix A.……………………………………………………………………………… 14

CASE REVIEW ANALYSIS OF THE DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
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231). It is important to analyze project risk to improve project performance. Therefore as part of this case research and recommendations, an exploration of PMI’s six-stage risk process as outlined in the PMBOK Guide (2008) will be conducted as it relates to risk management alternatives involved with the DIA development with a specific focus on its implementation of an automated area-wide baggage handling system. To evaluate the success of proposed solutions, each stage of the process is presented as an alternative analysis to establish a basic framework of how risk management is approached for this project and the suggested tools utilized to accomplish its overall structure as: (1) risk management planning; (2) risk identification; (3) risk qualification; (4) risk quantification; (5) risk response planning; and (6) risk monitoring and control. Finally detailed recommendations are specified and conclusions drawn that should be implemented with an evaluation process to measure the success of the case review based on the risk analysis presented.

CASE REVIEW ANALYSIS OF THE DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Background Information

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According to Kerzner (2011), United Airlines as a primary stakeholder contracted BAE in January of 1992 to develop an automated baggage handling system for its own concourse at DIA. As documented by Montealegre, et.al. (2000), BAE was a world leader in the design and implementation of material handling systems, and had a proven