In order to receive a passing grade in this Course, students must receive a passing mark in the invigilated (Type B) assessment tasks and an overall passing mark in the combined result of all (Type A and Type B) assessment tasks.
Additionally, students who are determined by the Graduate School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences or a Program Coordinator to be “at risk” may be subject to extra requirements such as minimum attendance. Failure to satisfy these extra requirements may result in an automatic fail in the course.
Def : A temporary endeavor (attempt) undertaken to accomplish a unique purpose needs
Major Characteristics of a Project:
Defined life span with a beginning and end
New or unique
Specific time, cost, and performance requirements
ITECH7601 IT Project Management [Slide ]
What is a Project? Comparison of Routine Work with Projects ITECH7601 IT Project Management [Slide ] TABLE 1.1 Routine, Repetitive Work Taking class notes Daily entering sales receipts into the accounting ledger Responding to a supply-chain request Practicing scales on the piano Routine manufacture of an Apple iPod Attaching tags on a manufactured product Projects Writing a term paper Setting up a sales file for a professional accounting meeting Developing a supply-chain information system Writing a new piano piece Designing an iPod that is approximately 2 X 4 inches, interfaces with PC, and stores 10,000 songs Wire-tag projects for GE and Wal-Mart