Assignment 2 Project Management (MGT323) Assignment Workload: This Assignment comprise of a

Assignment 2

Project Management (MGT323)

Assignment Workload:

This Assignment comprise of a Case Study.

Assignment is to be submitted by each student individually.

Assignment Purposes/Learning Outcomes:

After completion of Assignment-2 students will able to understand the

Defining the concepts, theories and approaches of project management. (L.O-1.1)

Recognize the steps of planning process in the project management. (L.O-1.2)

Estimate the project budget and cost control. (L.O-2.2)

Analyze to work effectively and efficiently as a team member for project related cases. (L.O-3.1)

Assignment-2-Case Study

Assignment Question: (Marks 5)

Please read the Case-7.1 “Alaska Fly-Fishing Expedition.” from Chapter 7 “Managing Risk” given in your textbook – Project Management: The Managerial Process 8th edition by Larson and Gray page no: 241 also refer to specific concepts you have learned from the chapter to support your answers. Answer the questions asked in case study as deliverables where you should consider the milestones and technical requirements. Also refer to the figures from textbook mentioned in the case study. Answers to the deliverables should be within 500 Words limit.

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Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM Number of replies:

Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM

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The body language and everything we communicate through actions, facial expressions, dressing, gesture, eye contact and posture and other factors other than speaking is called nonverbal communication. This place was called Hooters which is a sports bar where you find food and wings, cold beer, and fresh seafood. It is a good hangout restaurant where people mostly visit to watch games while having food and drinks and it is famous for its wings and seafood. I was sitting to a corner of this place and while waiting for my food, there were two men sitting twelve feet away from me. One seems to look around 50-55 years of age wearing a brown and white checked shirt with brown pants and brown shoes. He had white hair and was wearing a cap. He also had glasses which might be his power glasses or the reading glasses which he wears on his nose. He was having his soda and munching over the steamed shrimp with a dip of sauce. He looks like he is enjoying his food and listening to the other person sitting with him. He looked cool and was smiling all the time. The other man seems to be over 30 years of age wearing a grey hoodie with blue jeans and black boots. He had less hair with his sunglasses over his head. He had an attractive face with blue eyes, and he wore a silver watch to his left hand and a ring. He was talking the whole time and seemed to be like a good talker. He looked like an independent man. He was serious in his talks. He was looking straight into the eyes of the other person while he was talking which looked like they have a good friendly relationship between them and where he was comfortable with him. After minutes of observation, I assume them to be father and son where the son was explaining something to his father. Later, after observing it looked like they were having a conversation about a house as there was a pamphlet where the son was showing to his father, and I could see a house logo on the pamphlet. After the old man completed his food, he started talking and explaining something pointing out in the pamphlet. They started having some serious conversation where the second man was explaining swinging his hands in the air and forming some house shapes with his hands. He started measuring with his foot maybe telling the other person about the square foot or something, and he also carried a measuring tape in his pocket. He showed something over his phone where he may be showing the model or plan of the house and some information regarding his loans or payment of the home. He looked desperate to buy it where he was asking for suggestions from his father. This old man paid all his attention while listening to him and then holds his palms, tapping on his shoulder showing empathy towards him which shows a warm bond between them. They later checked out and gave a warm hug to one another and walked out of the place. 

References: 

Cherry, K. (2021, July 28). Types of nonverbal communication. Verywellmind. Retrived from 

https://www.verywellmind.com/types-of-nonverbal-communication-2795397 

Psychpedia. (2021, February 7). Nonverbal communication. Good therapy. Retrived from 

https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/psychpedia/nonverbal-communication 

 Ulplaksh Vashisht – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 8:11 PM

Number of replies: 0

My daily routine involves evening strolls that I prefer to do in a nearby park and while observing the beauty of nature and other happenings taking place all around the park, I also jog to enjoy such views. On one of those fine days, I came across a situation in the park where I observed that a man and a woman are involved in a conversation sitting across to me at a broad distance. I was not able to hear the conversation but my observation about their gestures allowed me to comprehend that the woman was upset about some event and she was showing her frustration through her hand gestures (Mahmud, 2014). There was a clear indication of frustration from her side because she was wiping off her tears while deeply conversing with the man. Due to the chilly wind, her hair was getting loose on her face and she was also irritated by those loose strands of hair because she kept on tucking them behind her ear. The man, on the other hand, was also in an unpleasant mood and his gestures showed that he was trying his best to make a point clear to the woman. After carrying out the conversation for about twenty minutes, both of them seemed to be relieved and they held each other’s hands while smiling. Soon the environment changed from gloomy to giggly and there was a sense of contentment after this event that made me realize that no matter what kind of issue someone is facing because if the person is in the right company with the right person then all problems seem to be temporary.

REFERENCES

Mahmud, M. (2014). Non-verbal communication in the classroom: students’ perspectives. https://doi.org/10.7813/jll.2014/5-3/60[supanova_question]

Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM Number of replies:

Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM

Number of replies: 0

The body language and everything we communicate through actions, facial expressions, dressing, gesture, eye contact and posture and other factors other than speaking is called nonverbal communication. This place was called Hooters which is a sports bar where you find food and wings, cold beer, and fresh seafood. It is a good hangout restaurant where people mostly visit to watch games while having food and drinks and it is famous for its wings and seafood. I was sitting to a corner of this place and while waiting for my food, there were two men sitting twelve feet away from me. One seems to look around 50-55 years of age wearing a brown and white checked shirt with brown pants and brown shoes. He had white hair and was wearing a cap. He also had glasses which might be his power glasses or the reading glasses which he wears on his nose. He was having his soda and munching over the steamed shrimp with a dip of sauce. He looks like he is enjoying his food and listening to the other person sitting with him. He looked cool and was smiling all the time. The other man seems to be over 30 years of age wearing a grey hoodie with blue jeans and black boots. He had less hair with his sunglasses over his head. He had an attractive face with blue eyes, and he wore a silver watch to his left hand and a ring. He was talking the whole time and seemed to be like a good talker. He looked like an independent man. He was serious in his talks. He was looking straight into the eyes of the other person while he was talking which looked like they have a good friendly relationship between them and where he was comfortable with him. After minutes of observation, I assume them to be father and son where the son was explaining something to his father. Later, after observing it looked like they were having a conversation about a house as there was a pamphlet where the son was showing to his father, and I could see a house logo on the pamphlet. After the old man completed his food, he started talking and explaining something pointing out in the pamphlet. They started having some serious conversation where the second man was explaining swinging his hands in the air and forming some house shapes with his hands. He started measuring with his foot maybe telling the other person about the square foot or something, and he also carried a measuring tape in his pocket. He showed something over his phone where he may be showing the model or plan of the house and some information regarding his loans or payment of the home. He looked desperate to buy it where he was asking for suggestions from his father. This old man paid all his attention while listening to him and then holds his palms, tapping on his shoulder showing empathy towards him which shows a warm bond between them. They later checked out and gave a warm hug to one another and walked out of the place. 

References: 

Cherry, K. (2021, July 28). Types of nonverbal communication. Verywellmind. Retrived from 

https://www.verywellmind.com/types-of-nonverbal-communication-2795397 

Psychpedia. (2021, February 7). Nonverbal communication. Good therapy. Retrived from 

https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/psychpedia/nonverbal-communication 

 Ulplaksh Vashisht – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 8:11 PM

Number of replies: 0

My daily routine involves evening strolls that I prefer to do in a nearby park and while observing the beauty of nature and other happenings taking place all around the park, I also jog to enjoy such views. On one of those fine days, I came across a situation in the park where I observed that a man and a woman are involved in a conversation sitting across to me at a broad distance. I was not able to hear the conversation but my observation about their gestures allowed me to comprehend that the woman was upset about some event and she was showing her frustration through her hand gestures (Mahmud, 2014). There was a clear indication of frustration from her side because she was wiping off her tears while deeply conversing with the man. Due to the chilly wind, her hair was getting loose on her face and she was also irritated by those loose strands of hair because she kept on tucking them behind her ear. The man, on the other hand, was also in an unpleasant mood and his gestures showed that he was trying his best to make a point clear to the woman. After carrying out the conversation for about twenty minutes, both of them seemed to be relieved and they held each other’s hands while smiling. Soon the environment changed from gloomy to giggly and there was a sense of contentment after this event that made me realize that no matter what kind of issue someone is facing because if the person is in the right company with the right person then all problems seem to be temporary.

REFERENCES

Mahmud, M. (2014). Non-verbal communication in the classroom: students’ perspectives. https://doi.org/10.7813/jll.2014/5-3/60[supanova_question]

Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM Number of replies:

Writing Assignment Help Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM

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The body language and everything we communicate through actions, facial expressions, dressing, gesture, eye contact and posture and other factors other than speaking is called nonverbal communication. This place was called Hooters which is a sports bar where you find food and wings, cold beer, and fresh seafood. It is a good hangout restaurant where people mostly visit to watch games while having food and drinks and it is famous for its wings and seafood. I was sitting to a corner of this place and while waiting for my food, there were two men sitting twelve feet away from me. One seems to look around 50-55 years of age wearing a brown and white checked shirt with brown pants and brown shoes. He had white hair and was wearing a cap. He also had glasses which might be his power glasses or the reading glasses which he wears on his nose. He was having his soda and munching over the steamed shrimp with a dip of sauce. He looks like he is enjoying his food and listening to the other person sitting with him. He looked cool and was smiling all the time. The other man seems to be over 30 years of age wearing a grey hoodie with blue jeans and black boots. He had less hair with his sunglasses over his head. He had an attractive face with blue eyes, and he wore a silver watch to his left hand and a ring. He was talking the whole time and seemed to be like a good talker. He looked like an independent man. He was serious in his talks. He was looking straight into the eyes of the other person while he was talking which looked like they have a good friendly relationship between them and where he was comfortable with him. After minutes of observation, I assume them to be father and son where the son was explaining something to his father. Later, after observing it looked like they were having a conversation about a house as there was a pamphlet where the son was showing to his father, and I could see a house logo on the pamphlet. After the old man completed his food, he started talking and explaining something pointing out in the pamphlet. They started having some serious conversation where the second man was explaining swinging his hands in the air and forming some house shapes with his hands. He started measuring with his foot maybe telling the other person about the square foot or something, and he also carried a measuring tape in his pocket. He showed something over his phone where he may be showing the model or plan of the house and some information regarding his loans or payment of the home. He looked desperate to buy it where he was asking for suggestions from his father. This old man paid all his attention while listening to him and then holds his palms, tapping on his shoulder showing empathy towards him which shows a warm bond between them. They later checked out and gave a warm hug to one another and walked out of the place. 

References: 

Cherry, K. (2021, July 28). Types of nonverbal communication. Verywellmind. Retrived from 

https://www.verywellmind.com/types-of-nonverbal-communication-2795397 

Psychpedia. (2021, February 7). Nonverbal communication. Good therapy. Retrived from 

https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/psychpedia/nonverbal-communication 

 Ulplaksh Vashisht – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 8:11 PM

Number of replies: 0

My daily routine involves evening strolls that I prefer to do in a nearby park and while observing the beauty of nature and other happenings taking place all around the park, I also jog to enjoy such views. On one of those fine days, I came across a situation in the park where I observed that a man and a woman are involved in a conversation sitting across to me at a broad distance. I was not able to hear the conversation but my observation about their gestures allowed me to comprehend that the woman was upset about some event and she was showing her frustration through her hand gestures (Mahmud, 2014). There was a clear indication of frustration from her side because she was wiping off her tears while deeply conversing with the man. Due to the chilly wind, her hair was getting loose on her face and she was also irritated by those loose strands of hair because she kept on tucking them behind her ear. The man, on the other hand, was also in an unpleasant mood and his gestures showed that he was trying his best to make a point clear to the woman. After carrying out the conversation for about twenty minutes, both of them seemed to be relieved and they held each other’s hands while smiling. Soon the environment changed from gloomy to giggly and there was a sense of contentment after this event that made me realize that no matter what kind of issue someone is facing because if the person is in the right company with the right person then all problems seem to be temporary.

REFERENCES

Mahmud, M. (2014). Non-verbal communication in the classroom: students’ perspectives. https://doi.org/10.7813/jll.2014/5-3/60 [supanova_question]

Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM Number of replies:

Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM

Number of replies: 0

The body language and everything we communicate through actions, facial expressions, dressing, gesture, eye contact and posture and other factors other than speaking is called nonverbal communication. This place was called Hooters which is a sports bar where you find food and wings, cold beer, and fresh seafood. It is a good hangout restaurant where people mostly visit to watch games while having food and drinks and it is famous for its wings and seafood. I was sitting to a corner of this place and while waiting for my food, there were two men sitting twelve feet away from me. One seems to look around 50-55 years of age wearing a brown and white checked shirt with brown pants and brown shoes. He had white hair and was wearing a cap. He also had glasses which might be his power glasses or the reading glasses which he wears on his nose. He was having his soda and munching over the steamed shrimp with a dip of sauce. He looks like he is enjoying his food and listening to the other person sitting with him. He looked cool and was smiling all the time. The other man seems to be over 30 years of age wearing a grey hoodie with blue jeans and black boots. He had less hair with his sunglasses over his head. He had an attractive face with blue eyes, and he wore a silver watch to his left hand and a ring. He was talking the whole time and seemed to be like a good talker. He looked like an independent man. He was serious in his talks. He was looking straight into the eyes of the other person while he was talking which looked like they have a good friendly relationship between them and where he was comfortable with him. After minutes of observation, I assume them to be father and son where the son was explaining something to his father. Later, after observing it looked like they were having a conversation about a house as there was a pamphlet where the son was showing to his father, and I could see a house logo on the pamphlet. After the old man completed his food, he started talking and explaining something pointing out in the pamphlet. They started having some serious conversation where the second man was explaining swinging his hands in the air and forming some house shapes with his hands. He started measuring with his foot maybe telling the other person about the square foot or something, and he also carried a measuring tape in his pocket. He showed something over his phone where he may be showing the model or plan of the house and some information regarding his loans or payment of the home. He looked desperate to buy it where he was asking for suggestions from his father. This old man paid all his attention while listening to him and then holds his palms, tapping on his shoulder showing empathy towards him which shows a warm bond between them. They later checked out and gave a warm hug to one another and walked out of the place. 

References: 

Cherry, K. (2021, July 28). Types of nonverbal communication. Verywellmind. Retrived from 

https://www.verywellmind.com/types-of-nonverbal-communication-2795397 

Psychpedia. (2021, February 7). Nonverbal communication. Good therapy. Retrived from 

https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/psychpedia/nonverbal-communication 

 Ulplaksh Vashisht – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 8:11 PM

Number of replies: 0

My daily routine involves evening strolls that I prefer to do in a nearby park and while observing the beauty of nature and other happenings taking place all around the park, I also jog to enjoy such views. On one of those fine days, I came across a situation in the park where I observed that a man and a woman are involved in a conversation sitting across to me at a broad distance. I was not able to hear the conversation but my observation about their gestures allowed me to comprehend that the woman was upset about some event and she was showing her frustration through her hand gestures (Mahmud, 2014). There was a clear indication of frustration from her side because she was wiping off her tears while deeply conversing with the man. Due to the chilly wind, her hair was getting loose on her face and she was also irritated by those loose strands of hair because she kept on tucking them behind her ear. The man, on the other hand, was also in an unpleasant mood and his gestures showed that he was trying his best to make a point clear to the woman. After carrying out the conversation for about twenty minutes, both of them seemed to be relieved and they held each other’s hands while smiling. Soon the environment changed from gloomy to giggly and there was a sense of contentment after this event that made me realize that no matter what kind of issue someone is facing because if the person is in the right company with the right person then all problems seem to be temporary.

REFERENCES

Mahmud, M. (2014). Non-verbal communication in the classroom: students’ perspectives. https://doi.org/10.7813/jll.2014/5-3/60[supanova_question]

Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM Number of replies:

Anusha Gudla – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 6:21 PM

Number of replies: 0

The body language and everything we communicate through actions, facial expressions, dressing, gesture, eye contact and posture and other factors other than speaking is called nonverbal communication. This place was called Hooters which is a sports bar where you find food and wings, cold beer, and fresh seafood. It is a good hangout restaurant where people mostly visit to watch games while having food and drinks and it is famous for its wings and seafood. I was sitting to a corner of this place and while waiting for my food, there were two men sitting twelve feet away from me. One seems to look around 50-55 years of age wearing a brown and white checked shirt with brown pants and brown shoes. He had white hair and was wearing a cap. He also had glasses which might be his power glasses or the reading glasses which he wears on his nose. He was having his soda and munching over the steamed shrimp with a dip of sauce. He looks like he is enjoying his food and listening to the other person sitting with him. He looked cool and was smiling all the time. The other man seems to be over 30 years of age wearing a grey hoodie with blue jeans and black boots. He had less hair with his sunglasses over his head. He had an attractive face with blue eyes, and he wore a silver watch to his left hand and a ring. He was talking the whole time and seemed to be like a good talker. He looked like an independent man. He was serious in his talks. He was looking straight into the eyes of the other person while he was talking which looked like they have a good friendly relationship between them and where he was comfortable with him. After minutes of observation, I assume them to be father and son where the son was explaining something to his father. Later, after observing it looked like they were having a conversation about a house as there was a pamphlet where the son was showing to his father, and I could see a house logo on the pamphlet. After the old man completed his food, he started talking and explaining something pointing out in the pamphlet. They started having some serious conversation where the second man was explaining swinging his hands in the air and forming some house shapes with his hands. He started measuring with his foot maybe telling the other person about the square foot or something, and he also carried a measuring tape in his pocket. He showed something over his phone where he may be showing the model or plan of the house and some information regarding his loans or payment of the home. He looked desperate to buy it where he was asking for suggestions from his father. This old man paid all his attention while listening to him and then holds his palms, tapping on his shoulder showing empathy towards him which shows a warm bond between them. They later checked out and gave a warm hug to one another and walked out of the place. 

References: 

Cherry, K. (2021, July 28). Types of nonverbal communication. Verywellmind. Retrived from 

https://www.verywellmind.com/types-of-nonverbal-communication-2795397 

Psychpedia. (2021, February 7). Nonverbal communication. Good therapy. Retrived from 

https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/psychpedia/nonverbal-communication 

 Ulplaksh Vashisht – Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 8:11 PM

Number of replies: 0

My daily routine involves evening strolls that I prefer to do in a nearby park and while observing the beauty of nature and other happenings taking place all around the park, I also jog to enjoy such views. On one of those fine days, I came across a situation in the park where I observed that a man and a woman are involved in a conversation sitting across to me at a broad distance. I was not able to hear the conversation but my observation about their gestures allowed me to comprehend that the woman was upset about some event and she was showing her frustration through her hand gestures (Mahmud, 2014). There was a clear indication of frustration from her side because she was wiping off her tears while deeply conversing with the man. Due to the chilly wind, her hair was getting loose on her face and she was also irritated by those loose strands of hair because she kept on tucking them behind her ear. The man, on the other hand, was also in an unpleasant mood and his gestures showed that he was trying his best to make a point clear to the woman. After carrying out the conversation for about twenty minutes, both of them seemed to be relieved and they held each other’s hands while smiling. Soon the environment changed from gloomy to giggly and there was a sense of contentment after this event that made me realize that no matter what kind of issue someone is facing because if the person is in the right company with the right person then all problems seem to be temporary.

REFERENCES

Mahmud, M. (2014). Non-verbal communication in the classroom: students’ perspectives. https://doi.org/10.7813/jll.2014/5-3/60[supanova_question]