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Solar Watch Project Management Case Study

Autor:   •  April 9, 2019  •  Case Study  •  285 Words (2 Pages)  •  497 Views

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PRODUCT NAME: SOLAR WATCH


WATCH FOR THE BETTER WORLD[pic 1]

Table of Contents

  1. INTRODUCTION
  2. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  3. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
  4. PROJECT TEAM
  5. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE
  6. RACI MATRIX
  7. NETWORK DIAGRAM

INTRODUCTION        

  • In today’s technology, most of the people are using advance gadgets to help their daily lives more easier and efficient, that is why me and my team come up with a product that can make people cooler and can save a lot of money. We made a product that everybody can use and affordable, our product is called solar watch which just like any other watch that you can check the time, but the difference for this solar watch is it’s powered by solar cell and has unique and innovative design to accommodate the array of solar cells needed to power it, sunlight and artificial light absorbed by the solar panel that is been design to recharge the watch.

GOALS AND OBEJECTIVES

  • To promote an eco-friendly, affordable, and sustainable watch.

PROJECT TEAM

  • The combination of skills and ability
  • Team bonding
  • Enhanced communication
  • High performance
  • Staff training and experience
  • Building trust and respect
  • Encourage the team to more productive

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE[pic 2]


PROJECT LIFE CYCLE

[pic 3]

PLANNING:

  • Creating a design of a product
  • Imposing management team
  • Determine what the products needs
  • Materials
  • Manpower

INITIATION:

  • Budget
  • Project scope
  • Goals

EXECUTION:

  • Time
  • Cost
  • Quality of the product
  • Risk
  • Issue
  • Acceptance
  • Communication

CLOSING:

  • Ensuring all the cost are charge
  • Dealing with excess product materials
  • Elaborating the final product
  • assessment

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

  • People deal with conflict in variety of ways therefore you need a different resolution and strategies.
  • Avoiding- withdraw from a conflict
  • Accommodating- building trust
  • Competing- taking charge
  • Compromising
  • Collaborating- creativity of solving problem

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