HRM517 Week 3 Case Study 1 Prioritizing Projects at D. D. Williamson (Chapter 2)

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HRM517 Week 3 Case Study 1 Prioritizing Projects at D. D. Williamson (Chapter 2) Case Study 1: Prioritizing Projects at D. D. Williamson (Chapter 2) Due Week 3 and worth 240 points Read the case titled: “Prioritizing Projects at D. D. Williamson” found in Chapter 2. Write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which you: 1.Analyze the prioritizing process at D. D. Williamson. 2.Suggest two (2) recommendations to improve the prioritizing process. 3.Create a scenario where the implemented process at D. D. Williamson would not work. 4.Project five (5) years ahead and speculate whether or not D. D. Williamson will be using the same process. Justify your answer. 5.Use at least four (4) quality (peer-reviewed) resources in this assignment. Your assignment must: •Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. •Include

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Running Head: Prioritizing ProjectsTitle:Course Name:Topic Name:Professors Name:Student Name:Date:Running Head: Prioritizing ProjectsIntroductionA project is a momentary endeavor undertaken to make an exclusive product, service orresult. Every project has a specific beginning and a specific end. A project can create an artifactor a product that is experimental and can be either a component item or an end item (Carl MMoore, 1987). Generally projects are authorized due to tactical considerations such as customerrequest, market demand, legal requirement, organizational need, and technological advance (CarlM Moore, 1987). For project prioritization D.D. Williamson implemented a novel process thatintegrated impact of projects and focusing on the main vision and narrowing down projects byselecting the ones of high consequence and assigning a team of senior management. In this casestudy I will try to critique that particular process, for the prioritizing process recommend animprovement, present a valuable scenario of why the process could not be successful, and in thisprocess project will still be successful in five years.Prioritization Issue at D.D. WilliamsonIn D.D. Williamson case study, in many ventures it appeared the organization was successful,but lacked the ability to handle certain projects. Really, significant projects that requiredconsideration were left to the desecrate side, and as a result going over the assigned budget ordirect to missed

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