Activities

Applied activities are often useful teaching tools. Some of the Sample Analysis Problems below can be assigned as in-class or out-of-class activities.


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Sample Analysis Problems

Risk analysis and Earned Value analysis is a good way to demonstrate the complexities of a project. Instructors have the opportunity to introduce sample analysis problems as shown here. Notice the emphasis on communication to the stakeholder.

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Perform a Net Present Value Analysis for a Project

In this activity, students are introduced to projects and strategy as well as financial techniques to assess project cost. Learning outcome: Student is able to apply NPV analysis to project decisions.

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project - Overview, Learning Outcomes, Project Grading, Methods of Procedure

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project: Section A - Suggested Project/Course Time Line and Resources

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project: Section B: Citations/Sources for Experiential Learning Activity

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project: Section C - Suggested Interview Questions for Project Managers

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project: Section D - Project Planning Guidelines

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project: Section E - Ground Rules for Project Teams

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project: Section F - Final Project Written and Oral Reports

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project: Section G - Example Expectations Letters Between Project Managers and Team Members

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PM-2 Experiential Learning Project: Section H - Example Team Assessment and Feedback Instruments

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Project Management and the Ethics of Deception - Part A

A Fictional Scenario Based on Volkswagen’s Emissions Scandal.

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Project Management and the Ethics of Deception - Part B

Project Management and the Ethics of Deception: A Fictional Scenario Based on Volkswagen’s Emissions Scandal

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