Project management methodology: phase 3 - production
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Project management methodology: phase 3 - production

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    Cynthia O.
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    Cynthia O.

    This is where it gets interesting

    Maryam D.
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    Maryam D.

    I believe monitoring the tasks is an important part of the project. the authorities should inform the employees if anything is needed to be done more carefully.

    Zinabie Tadesse G.
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    Zinabie Tadesse G.

    what under goes monitoring resource use to ensure no budgetary blowout

    Ahmed Sayed A.
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    Ahmed Sayed A.

    The knowledge of production is very vital to a project manager

    Khan Agha S.
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    Khan Agha S.

    Plane is designed for this phase because our aim is also product. If the implementation and design of plane is effective our product will be more too.

    Victor F.
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    Victor F.

    The production phase combines knowledge and tangibles together in bringing out results

    Natasha P.
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    Natasha P.

    This portion should regularly be measured against the timeline and reviewed by SMEs to make sure it is what is communicated/expected.

    Femi J.
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    Femi J.

    The knowledge of production is very vital to a project manager

    Awo B.
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    Awo B.

    The processes and methods used to transform tangible inputs (raw materials, semi-finished goods, sub assemblies) and intangible inputs (ideas, information, knowledge) into goods or services. Resources are used in this process to create an output that is suitable for use or has exchange value.

    Courage gwenzi C.
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    Courage gwenzi C.

    IN THIS PHASE THE COURSE IS NOW INTERESTING.HOWEVER CAN YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN TO ME WHAT IS MEANT BY " AN INTERNAL ORGANISATIONAL PROJECT" BEFORE I GO ANY FURTHER

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