MGMT210:7:Online Introduction to Project Management

MGMT210:7:Online Introduction to Project Management

Discussion 3.1

  1. Why might a contractor company perform a SWOT analysis prior to bidding on a potential project? 

Discussion 3.2


  1. How are risks, assumptions, and constraints related?


Discussion 4.1


Go to an Internet search engine (e.g., Google) and type in “project communication plan.” Check three or four that have “.gov” as their source. How are they similar or dissimilar? What would be your conclusion concerning the importance of an internal communication plan?




Midterm Assignment

  1. When should relationship building between the project manager/other core team members and important stakeholders occur?


  1. List the items that go into a project team meeting agenda and tell the purpose of each.


  1. What is the first step in developing a project scope management plan?


  1. List the major sections that should be included in a change request form, and tell why each is important.



Discussion 5.1

Why are accurate estimates critical to effective project management?


Discussion 5.2

Define what a “white elephant” is in project management? Provide a real life example.

Discussion 6.1

How are WBS and project networks linked? Why bother creating a WBS? Why not go straight to a project network and forget the WBS?

Discussion 6.2

Why is slack important to the project manager? What is the difference between free slack and total slack?




ENGL101:7:Online English Composition I



Module 4 Midterm Exam – Writing Projects Rehetorical Analysis

MIDTERM EXAM Writing Projects Rhetorical Analysis Choose one to write about: 

1. Select a classic speech, such as Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address or Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, and write a rhetorical analysis of it. Use one of the frameworks described in this chapter for your analysis. Assume your audience to be your classmates or others who might be interested in rhetoric and oratory. (You can easily find lists of famous speeches by searching online.) 

2. Alternatively, analyze a contemporary speech you have heard, such as an address given on your campus by a guest speaker or a speech from a current political campaign. (Such speeches are often available on YouTube or news websites.) 

3. Do a rhetorical analysis of promotional materials from an organization or agency that is involved in some kind of public advocacy—for example, on public health or environmental issues, social issues such as bullying, or a similar issue that interests you. The document you select for your analysis might be a flyer, direct-mail campaign letter, a public service announcement, a website, or an advertisement. For your analysis, conduct research to learn more about the organization and the issue it addresses. Select a framework for analysis that you think is most appropriate for the kind of text you are analyzing—or use a combination of frameworks. Based on your analysis, make recommendations to the organization or agency about how they might make their materials more persuasive. 

4. Do a rhetorical analysis of your college or university website (or one section of that website). Based on your analysis, make recommendations for revising the website to make it more appealing to students and other potential audiences.


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