This is to ensure that the necessary raw materials and physical resources are available at each stage, and that the workforce on site has the right skills for the scheduled work. The project management team will need to produce a series of planning documents that can be accessed throughout the project. Each member of the project management team must know their role and responsibilities, including which sections of the workforce they will be directly managing.
My personality type is logistician(ISTJ). Some generally qualities are independent, logical, loyal, responsible, serious, organized, quiet and a rule follower etc. I found most of these qualities to be true about myself. I like working alone and think before I act. I need to have the facts before I set my k da to something. I'm pretty loyal since I keep things to myself and people can rely on me when they need some assistance. I am kind of quiet when I don't know where I am at or who I'm going to be dealing with. I don't like to be social and make conversations to others. I stay by myself until someone comes to me and speaks first. I can be serious at times but I'm a goofball and I like to be silly and sarcastic. I'm also a tile follower I
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This project charter is planned to help O’Donnell & O’Donnell LLP who will lead the project management team take place the parade smoothly. This parade for welcoming home troops will be organized in Colorado Spring which has a long history of military. This project charter’s goal is making sure project management team and sponsors understand all details and tasks of this parade and getting an agreement between these two parties. Some important tasks can be directed with the project charter. For examples, raising fund, arranging thousands of soldiers and planning a lunch
The title of judge is not me, I do fit into the personality type of perceive. My thoughts do move rapidly from one subject to another. I sometimes find it hard to stay on topic if a new ideal pops into my head. I am often late finishing projects, but I always have them finished “in time”. I enjoy doing new things and am not afraid of the unknown. My work area may appear to others as disorganized, but I see it as the result of a busy mind. I do not; however, agree with all the results. It is very hard for me to concentrate with background noise. I do not like the TV or radio on, when I study. I find this to be a distraction. Although I like to talk, I am also a good listener. I often express my feelings even if it causes conflict. I would rather get the feelings out in the open than to hold them inside to grow and cause greater conflict later. I agree I have an ENFP personality. I am very much a people person. I enjoy having lots of friends and doing activities or projects in a group rather than alone. I currently work at a local pharmacy, and find that my personality makes it easier to deal with several things at once. It also helps with serving the variety of
One of the two self-assessment test that I’ve taken is the “Jung Typology test”, and it gives me my results back about my personalities. Those results are ESEP (Extraverted, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving) and these results are very accurate, because most of the time I’m very apprehensive when it comes to reality that is superficial through senses. By feelings, decision-making in concentration of individual beings, is supplementary to sensing. By thinking, prepare to pursue authorization of the unassailability of problematical making decisions. These types are the key for easy communication such as, coming up with trusting relationships and having a group of connections. The second test that I’ve taken was the Interest Profiler, and my results came out to be Social and Investigative. Social is being a helper, enjoy helping people, working in groups with others, and have verbal and communication skills come naturally. Investigative is being a thinker, enjoy learning, and prefer working on my own pace. These results are accurate, because even though I like working
The results of my Myers-Briggs Personality type test were as follows: extrovert, intuition, thinking and judging. As I read what each category meant, I could see those characteristics within myself. I love to be around people, socializing or just people watching. I prefer things to be planned and to think of solutions outside the box. I also look at the big picture of things before making a plan of action. The following two stories display my thought process in different areas and the affects it had in my life or how I dealt with the situations.
1. Discuss the principal reasons why project management has become such a popular business tool in recent years.
In today's business it is in the best interest of companies to have project managers. Common sense isn't always easily accomplished. Anyone who's ever worked on a project in a technical setting knows this. Indeed, much of working with others consists of solving unexpected problems and learning from mistakes along the way. Knowing this and having the proper tools a project manager will be able to manage and complete the most intense project out there.
To begin, I took the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment. This assessment has been a reliable source for documenting personality and focuses on four dimensions of personality: extraversion or introversion, sensing or intuition, thinking or feeling, and judging or perceiving (Ledlow & Coppola, 2014). Based on my results, I would be categorized as ESFJ (extraversion, sensing, feeling, judging) personality type. ESFJs focus on the outside world and assess their experiences subjectively. They largely base their judgments on their belief system and on the effects of actions on people. ESFJs are literal and concrete, trusting the specific, factual information gathered through their physiological senses. They are often skilled at bringing out the best in people, and they want to understand other points of view. They are serious about their responsibilities, seeing what needs to be done and then doing it. Generally proficient at detailed tasks, they enjoy doing little things that make life easier for others. ESFJs seek structured, controlled environments, and tend to be good at creating a sense of order. They value the rule of law and expect
i. Speed has become a competitive advantage; more and more organizations are relying on cross-functional project teams to get new products and services to the market as quickly as possible.
MedDev is looking to streamline their resource planning across various departments in order to support their global growth and cut costs. In order to achieve this business objective, they are undertaking ERP Implementation as a Key project which involves largest investment MedDev has ever done as a single project. Thus success of this project is of prime importance to them.
I am a pretty well rounded individual although not perfect by any means. Throughout my life, I have always tried my best to be friendly to everyone and optimistic in all situations. I don’t think anyone would ever describe me as a critical or aggressive person. I’ve always been willing to give advice and be encouraging to anyone that I felt needed it. I believe that I am a fairly conscientious person in that I have always been careful and diligent when it comes to work and other life choices. I’ve always been organized and usually don’t act on pure impulse alone. I’ve never been described as traditional or conventional. I’ve always been open to new experiences and relish every opportunity that can make me a more well-rounded person. People would also describe me as a fairly intelligent individual with a vivid imagination. My weaknesses, however, would have to include my ability to develop people and team process. I’ve always been encouraging, but I can improve upon my ability to develop people by providing feedback to individuals on their performances and recognizing individual contributions when I am part of a team.