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How should jennifer go about making her decision
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Question: Read the following:

.Gido, J., & Clements, J. P. (2012). Successful project management. Mason, OH: South-Western Cengage Learning.

o Chapter 2: Identifying and Selecting Projects

o Chapter 3: Developing Project Proposals

View the following:

.PowerPoint presentations:

o Chapter 2 - Identifying and Selecting Projects
o Chapter 3 - Developing Project Proposals

Respond to the following:

Do you agree with this quote:

A user will tell you anything you ask about, but nothing more.

Explain why you would agree or disagree with the above quote.

Describe how this quote relates to the identification of project needs and proposed solutions. State why it is sometimes challenging to properly identify the needs of the project. List the ways in which the Project Managers can help to ensure that the needs of the project are identified properly.

Post your primary response.

In an essay of 500-600 words, prepare a well-organized examination of the case study based on Chapter 2 from the text on the topic-A Midsize Pharmaceutical Company. The study should answer the following questions:

1. How should Jennifer go about making her decision?

2. What additional data or information should she collect?

3. What proposals should Jennifer require the others to submit?

4. What do you think Jennifer should do with the $2,000,000? In explaining your answer, address the concerns and positions of Julie, Tyler, Jeff, and Joe.

Use the American Psychological Association (APA) style (6th edition) for writing your assignment

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Jennifer is the proprietor and president of a midsize pharmaceutical company. At an October workforce gathering she advises her directors that organization benefits for the year are required to be $200,000 more than expected. She lets them know she might want to reinvest this extra benefit by financing undertakings inside of the organization that will either build deals or lessen costs. She asks her three key supervisors to get together to build up an organized rundown of potential activities and after that to meet with her to "offer" her on their thoughts.

Jennifer should go about making her decision in following way:

Assess needs, expenses, advantages

Figure out which are ventures

Select venture

Develop criteria
List suspicions
Gather information
Evaluate every offer




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