Value Perceptions within a Project. Four Cornerstones of Success. Categories of Success. Categories of Values. Deciding on the Quadrant. Internal Values. Financial Values. Future Values. Customer-Related Values. Reasons for Internal Value Failure. Reasons for Financial Value Failure. Reasons for Future Value failure. Reasons for Customer-Related Value Failure. Antares Solutions. General Electric Plastics Group. Westfield Group.
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Project Management Knowledge. Project Management Benchmarking. Sharing Values during Benchmarking. Carl and the Grade 10 are on the same side of the aisle. The Grade 8 has a lower numbered workstation than the person with 18 years of experience. The person with 12 years of experience, who is not the Grade 6, occupies workstation 3. Logic Problem The Disastrous Critical Path The figure below shows the seven activities that comprised the critical path of a project. As luck would have it, each of the seven activities had problems and eventually slipped to the point where the project's critical path was tripled in length.
A different person managing a small team managed each activity on the critical path, and each person provided a different excuse as to why their activity had a problem. Using the figure below and the clues, determine who was assigned to each activity and what they claimed was the problem causing the slippage.
Helen's activity immediately followed the activity where workers had used the wrong lot of raw materials. Activity 7 was assigned to a woman that had to deal with resources, namely lack of human resources, wrong skill level of resources, or human resources calling in sick. Philip's problem, which was precipitated by bad weather, was with an activity that had an odd number assigned to it.
Andrea was not the person that had to deal with workers out sick. Thomas managed the activity that immediately followed the activity where resources with the wrong skill level were assigned. Activity 5 was where Emily had her problem. John's problem, which did not involve a breakdown in equipment, occurred sometime after activity 2.
Activity 1, which was not Dora, started out poorly when the workers discovered that they had a lack of raw materials needed to complete the activity. The top floor of the building in which Acme Corporation has its corporate headquarters has eight large offices, one for each of the executives. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the first name, surname, title, and office for each of the executives.
Dilworth's office was immediately across the hall from Juliett's office, which was adjacent to Conrad's office. Fred's office was next to Pegworth's office, which was not the Executive Vice President's office. The Senior VP, who was not Juliett, had an office at one end of a row but not directly opposite Fred's office. Ethan was in office Dora, who had nothing to do with quality, was in an odd-numbered office directly across the hall from the VP for Accounting.
The Executive Vice President, who resided in office , was on the other side of the hall from Hubert Jenworth but not directly opposite. Nullworth's office was adjacent to the office of the President. Hogsworth was not immediately opposite the VP for Engineering. Woolworth was in office The VP for Quality was Lensworth.
The figure below is an open Responsibility Assignment Matrix form. Using the figure below and the clues, fill in the appropriate letters in the appropriate cells. Each of the work packages must have one and only one R assigned to it. One of the three 1's has an A immediately to the right of it, a C immediately to its left, and an R immediately below it. The Sponsor column has an I in work package 4 with an A to its immediate left. The other two I's were for the same person. The sponsor also has only one other letter in the Sponsor column. The sponsor, as expected, has no R assigned.
One of the C's has an R to its immediate left; the other C has an R to its immediate right. Work package 5 has only one R and one I assigned. Work package 1 has only one letter assigned to it. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the location of each of the 15 numbers. Both activities A and B have favorable schedule variances but unfavorable cost variances; the cost variance for activity A is twice the cost variance for activity B.
In the lobby of the building are hung six portraits of the six senior officers, all members of your family. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the name, title, and relationship to you of each of the people represented in the six portraits. Jeff's portrait is hanging adjacent to the VP for Quality. The President's portrait is hung immediately to the right of your uncle's portrait.
Jenny's portrait is hung between the VP for Engineering and your uncle's portrait. The VP for Manufacturing is Jessica. One of your sister's portraits is positioned immediately below the VP for : Information Systems. The portrait of your sister Jane is positioned in the bottom row. Your mother's portrait, which is in an even-numbered position, is immediately to the left of John's portrait. Your father, who is not Joseph, is in position 6.
Four people experienced in drafting were assigned to four projects for four companies. Each project required a different number of days to be completed. The four drafting people sat at the end of a long corridor as shown in the figure below. Using the clues and the figure, determine the name of each person at each drafting desk, the project they worked on, and the estimated time for each drafting project.
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Adam required less time than the person working on the project for Prince Company but more time than George. The job requiring two days was positioned between Adam on one side and the person working on the Robertson project on the other. The person at position A required more time than the person at position C. George, who is not working on the F'rince project, is in position C, and the project for Swift Company is in position B. The sum of the hours in position D, which is not Bob, and position B is eight hours.
One of the requirements was that the individual be a PMP and have at least six years of experience working on high-technology project teams. Six applicants, three men and three women, applied for the job. The first round of interviews was simply to review the resumes and see which applicants were qualified to go through the second round of interviews. All six applicants showed up at the same time for their short preliminary screening interview. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the position of each applicant, their name, the item of major strength in their resume, and the order in which they were interviewed.
As you look at the figure, Dell is positioned two places to the right of the person with strength in managing multiple projects. Only one person happened to be positioned in the order in which they were interviewed; this was not Fiona. Gertrude was interviewed some time prior to the person whose resume emphasized quality improvement efforts, but not necessarily imrnediately before.
The woman in position 5 in the figure prepared a resume that emphasized an ability with cost savings. Harriett, who was the last person to be interviewed, is positioned two places to the left of the first person to be interviewed and immediately to the left of the person whose strength on the resume appeared to be planning skills.
Position 1 in the figure is Cordell, who was interviewed immediately before the person who emphasized customer satisfaction skills and sometime after the person whose resume emphasized ability to work with people. The person in position 3 was the fourth person to be interviewed. Thomas was not in position 4. This year, however, because of problems on one of the projects, the plant had to remain open for manufacturing so that the customer's scheduled delivery could be maintained.
Each of the six members of the project team decided to give up one day of vacation to be available for in-company support for the manufacturing personnel. Six cards were placed in a hat, each card containing one of the numbers between 26 and Each of the six people then selected one of the cards to see which date they would work. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the order in which the people selected the cards and which date they worked.
The fourth person to select a card was hoping that he could leave early to attend the New Year's Eve party at his neighbor's house; this was the day after Paula was scheduled to work. The first person to draw a card did not have to work on the 27th. Eddie, who followed Harry in the drawing, ended up working the day after Phyllis; the person who followed him in the card selection process worked later in the week.
Grant was the fifth person to select a card. Phyllis selected a card immediately before the person who had to work on the day after Christmas. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the name and title of the person that sat in each seat and their estimate of the cost to correct the quality problem. Ned was sitting at the table opposite the APM for Quality, who estimated the lowest cost to correct the problem. Dolores, the APM for Cost Control, was sitting in a seat numbered two higher than the person who had the greatest estimate to correct the quality problem. Paula sat in seat 4.
The Project Manager opens his directory of business cards and finds four business cards from four different chemical companies located on the same page in his directory. Using the figure below and the clues, for each business card determine the name of the sales representative in each chemical company, the name of the chemical company, and the previous project for which this chemical company provided chemicals.
Carol Demtnings' business card was in position 3 in the directory. The business card for the company that supplied chemicals for the Klein Project was positioned immediately above the card from Paragon Chemicals, whose sales rep was Edward Fogle. Novelis Chemicals supplied chemicals previously for the Porthas Project.
Alex Baker, who does not work for Rollins Chemicals, supplied his company's chemicals for the Jolliett Project. The business card in position 4 was not related in any way to the Newman Project. Textbook authors donated copies of their recently published textbooks to the chapter. The textbooks were wrapped in paper so that nobody could see the title of the book or the author. Each book was auctioned off for a different amount. Using the figure below, where the the books are positioned in the order in which they were auctioned off, and the clues, determine the subject of the book in each position, the name of the highest bidder, and the amount of money the chapter received for the book.
The book that Neville Marsh received was earlier in the auction than the book on risk management. The book in position 4 was auctioned off for less money that the book describing the use of a project management office. Logic Problem The Project Party A company has a custom that a party accompanies the successful completion of a project where the Project Managers and Assistant Project Managers each bring two types of food for the party: one main food group and one dessert.
Using the figure below and the clues, determine the office of each person and which two foods they brought to the party. Clues: The person who brought the pasta as a main course, who does not occupy office , also brought the ice cream. Anthony's office number is two higher than the person that brought the cookies. Megan, who brought the meat casserole, has her office on the same side of the comdor as the person that brought the cake for dessert.
The person that occupies office brought the assorted cheeses. The person that occupies office , which is not Polly, brought a chicken dish for one of the main courses. Logic Problem Recognizing the New chapter officers At a local chapter meeting of the Project Management Institute, four people stood up to be recognized as part of the core officer team for the upcoming year.
The figure below shows the four people. Using the figure and the clues, determine the full name of each officer, the company they work for, and their position in the figure. Clues: The person in position 3 works for Triton Corp. The person in position 4 is surnamed Grant. Archie, who is not in position 2, is from Richter Co. Denise is positioned immediately between the person from Unger Co. Basil is not in the first position. Charlene is positioned somewhere to the right of Heinz.
Logic Problem The Company Picnic At the annual company picnic, project teams compete with each other for prizes and recognition. Each team creates a logo or emblem representing their project or customer, and sweatshirts and tee shirts are purchased with the emblems on them.
Using the figure below and the clues, for each emblem determine the symbol on the emblem, the colors in the emblem, and the name of the project team. The Forman project team selected five stars as its emblem. The emblem in position 2 had crossed swords on it. The colors purple and blue were not on the emblem in position 1, which was not the Rockwall team.
The lightning bolts were colored black and orange and were on an emblem positioned somewhere to the left of the Maximillian team's emblem. The emblem for the Prentice Aerospace team appears between the emblem with the picture of a wolf on it and the emblem that was colored green and yellow. Logic Problem Contributions to Profitability Once a year, a small company recognizes the achievements of its Project Managers toward the profitability of the company. This year, four Project Managers were recognized for their contributions. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the full name of each Project Manager, their contribution to profitability, and their position in the figure.
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Harrison is in position 4. Lucas is in position 2. Kevin Atkins is somewhere to the right of the person with the greatest contribution. Logic Problem On-the-Job Training Six Project Managers were required to provide mentorship duties and on-thejob training for inexperienced workers who aspired to become Assistant Project Managers and eventually Project Managers.
The training was being conducted in six different subjects although two of the six subjects are related. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the name of the Project Manager, name of the trainee, the subject of training, and their position. Harwood is the trainee in position 5. Gumsy, who is not in position 3, is being trained to become the APM for Engineering. Herkens is the Project Manager in position 2 but his trainee is not Billings. The Project Manager in position 4, named James, is training in one of the two subjects involving cost; the other Project Manager training on cost is Caldwell.
The training for Manufacturing is in position 6. Guilliani is being trained immediately between Procurement on one side and the trainee Trundwell on the other side. Anderson and Ray are working together but not immediately to the left of the position where Urman is being trained.
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Cost Estimating is the training subject at position 5. Each Project Manager requested that a different number of tests be conducted. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the full name of each Project Manager, the number of tests they requested, and their position. Frank is two places to the left of Paulette Froth. The person in position 1 did not request 90 tests. Ingrid requested less than 90 tests; she is immediately to the right of the person surnamed Pickler.
The person in position 3, who is not Gregory, requested the most tests. Graham requested 60 tests. Each exhibitor had a special software product that they were promoting. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the position of each company, the name of their representative, and their special software product.
The representative surnamed Flowers is in booth 1. The representative surnamed Blotto is positioned immediately to the left of the Future Software Company booth, which does not have scheduling software. Logic Problem Planning Meetings versus Slippages A company wanted to determine whether or not there was a relationship between the number of planning meetings and the size of the slippages on the projects.
Five projects were analyzed, each headed up by a different Project Manager. Using the clues below and the figure, determine the first and last name of each Project Manager, the number of planning meetings they held, and the magnitude of the slippages. One project had the same number of planning meetings as slippages in weeks; this was neither Larry Franklin's project nor Barry's project.
Natalie had two planning meetings and Bellows had a six-week slippage; neither of these people had worked previously on any of the same projects with Anthony Ashcroft, who had five planning meetings. Denise Richardson had a five-week slippage but required less than six planning meetings, 4. The three-week slippage had the most planning meetings.
Logic Problem Customer Presentations On one bright Monday morning, all four conference rooms were in use by Project Managers for customer briefings. Each briefing was for a different customer and required different times. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the name of the Project Manager in each conference room, the name of the customer, and the amount of time needed for each presentation.
Clues: The Green Company is being briefed in conference room 4. The five-hour briefing is for White Company. Phillip is conducting a briefing in conference room 3.
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George is conducting a four-hour briefing; he is in the conference room adjacent to Howard. The three-hour briefing is in conference room 2 but not for Blue Company. As part of project closure, all project documentation is archived in filing cabinets. Each drawer in the two filing cabinets is assigned to one project that has recently been completed.
Using the figure below and the clues, determine which project is assigned to which drawer in the filing cabinet. Project: Castin Co. Newton Corporation drawer is immediately to the left of the Coltex drawer. The Eagle Products drawer is two drawers below that of the drawer holding the Magnoflex Company documents. The Castin Company drawer is positioned between the Tennedyne Corporation drawer, which is not one of the two top drawers, and the Sandstone Industries drawer.
The Delphino Company drawer is in drawer 6. Logic Problem The Promotion Luncheon A company has a policy that when people are promoted to Project Management positions, three executives have a congratulatory luncheon with the new Project Manager.
All four people are having lunch around the table shown in the figure below. Using the clues, determine the first name, surname, and title of the person in each seat. Paul is sitting in seat 1 and the VP for Project Management is in seat 4. Bob, who is not surnamed Troff, is sitting opposite the new Project Manager. Joseph was sitting opposite the President, who was sitting immediately to Roth's right.
Stedwell is the VP for Human Relations. A military Project Manager spent the last eight years managing military projects. In each of the eight years, the officer received a different military decoration. The decorations were mounted on a wall, as shown in the figure below. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the year and color of the award ribbon for each of the positions. Year: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Color: Red for meritorious service in dealing with superiors ; Orange for meritorious service in managing scope changes ; Yellow for meritorious service in controlling costs ; Green for meritorious service in dealing with suppliers ; Blue for meritorious service in quality control ; Purple for meritorious service in dealing with stakeholders ; Brown for meritorious service in maintaining schedules ; Black for meritorious service in controlling risks.
The award colored red is in position 2. The award in position 3 was received in The award received in is neither in position 5 nor in position 6, nor is it above or below the award received in The award received in is positioned above the award colored black. The award colored yellow is two positions to the left of the award as you look at the awards and immediately below the award that is colored purple.
The award, which was colored orange, is in the top rgw of awards. The award colored blue is positioned immediately to the right of the award colored green as you look at the awards, and one of these two awards was received in Using the figure below and the clues, determine the entree, dessert, and beverage of each of the four Project Managers. The dessert for the team member in position 2 was cheesecake.
The team member in position 3 preferred soda as beverage. The team member that opted for pasta as a main course did not select ice cream for dessert. The team member that chose coffee to go with the pie was positioned next to the person that chose fish as the main course. As you look at the figure, the team member that chose steak as the main course and fruit for dessert is positioned immediately to the right of the team member that selected wine as a beverage.
Logic Problem Briefing the Team Seven team members were being briefed by the Project Manager concerning changes to the original requirements. The position of each of the seven team members is shown in the figure below. Using the clues and the figure, determine the first name, surname, and position of each of the seven team members. Henry's seat number at the table is half that of Memiman's seat number. Gustafson is in seat 2. Robertson's seat number is three higher than Paula's seat number.
George is sitting at one end of the row, but Maloney does not have an end seat. Marcus West is sitting in an odd-numbered seat. Anderson, who is sitting in a higher seat number than Azure, has Kenneth sitting in the next seat either left or right. The person in seat number 4 does not have the same first name or surname initial as any of the other team members. Logic Problem The Project Management Golf Outing During the company picnic, a golf tournament is held in which husband and wife teams must compete.
This year, four Project Managers and their wives competed in the tournament. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the husband and wife teams, their position in the figure, and where they placed in the tournament. The Project Manager in position 1 is Lenny. The husband and wife team that came in fourth, which does not include Selma, is not in position 2. The husband and wife team that came in second is in position 4; this is not the team of Neil and Carol. Mickey and his wife placed third. One morning, each of the five Project Managers brought with them a book to read for the long train rlde.
Each book was on a different project management subject and first published in a different year. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the time each person boarded the train, the book they were reading, and the year the book was published. Time: a. The person that boarded the train at a. The person who boarded the train at a. The person who boarded at a.
The person reading a book first published in was sitting immediately to the right of the person who boarded the train at a. The person reading Project Management Basics sat between the person who boarded the train at a. Logic Problem The Six Sigma Quality Awards Once a quarter, the executive committee meets and selects a small number of employees that were deserving of Six Sigma Quality Awards during the past three months. Their pictures are then hung on the company's "Wall of Fame" for the next three months. Their pictures are hung on the wall according to their rank in the company.
This quarter, five employees received quality awards; one division manager, two department managers, and two associates. Each of the employees received the awards for a different reason. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the full name of each person, the reason they won the award, and the title of the project on which they worked. Lenso appears in picture 3. Prince, who is not the person in picture 4 that developed techniques for improving customer satisfaction, headed up the Alpha Project.
Bickerson streamlined the paperwork system and received the award for higher profit margins. Brad Korman is pictured on the same row as the Delta Project, which resulted in improved quality in manufacturing. Annette's expertise and achievements are in new product development.
Gabriel's picture is positioned two lower than Inga's picture. The Rho Project, which was not managed by Radway, is in position 5. A department manager did not manage the Zeta Project.
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Logic Problem Talking about Retirement Four Project Managers who had side-by-side offices as shown below were considering retirement. Each was a different pay grade and each had a different number of years to retirement. Using the figure and the clues below, determine the name of the Project Manager in each office, their pay grade, and the number of years left for retirement. As you look at the offices, David is immediately to the right of the person with four years to retire and immediately to the left of the pay grade 8.
Edith resides in office 3. The person in office 2 has two years remaining before retirement. The pay grade 6 has a higher office number than the pay grade 9. Carol is not the pay grade 7 with one year to retirement. Logic Problem Picture on the Cover A company was so good at project management that, over a five-month period, five prestigious journals honored a different Project Manager each month and placed their picture on the cover of the journal. The pictures of the five Project Managers are shown in the figure below as they are hung in the lobby of the company. The pictures are not hung in any specific order.
Using the figure below and the clues, determine the name of the Project Manager in each picture, the title of the journal that honored the Project Manager, and the month in which the journal was published. Davin, who is in position 2 in the figure, was not the first of the five to have his picture on a cover and did not appear in Management of Projects. Nethrow's picture appeared two months after Applied Project Management honored a colleague. PM Universe honored Jenett on the cover some time after Sturgo's picture appeared in another journal.
Vitmar's picture appeared in an earlier month than Sturgo's picture appeared. PM Universe, which honored one of the project managers in April, is positioned to the left of the Project Manager who was honored in June, who is not in position 5. The World of Project Management and Management of Projects honored two Project Managers in consecutive months, but not necessarily in this order.
Logic Problem Using the Company Cars A company has five company-owned cars that can be used by Project Managers to visit the job sites. Each of the cars is a different make and a different color. The five cars are parked in the spaces shown in the figure below. Using the figure and the clues, determine the make of each car in each position and the color. The car parked in space 3 is silver. The Buick is parked in space 5. The gray-colored car, which is not in space 5, is two spaces away from the Pontiac. The blue-colored car is immediately to the left of the Toyota.
The Pontiac is the only General Motors car parked in the middle three spaces. The Chevy is colored white. Logic Problem Reporting Quality Defects Every Friday afternoon, four quality control specialists assigned to four large projects post the quality results for the week on the quality bulletin board shown in the figure below. Each project reported a different number of defects, and each Project Manager posted their results at a different time.
Using the figure below and the clues, position each project, the number of defects, and the order in which they posted their results. The posting was not done in the same order as the positions on the bulletin board. The Manteen Project had five defects for the week. The Project Manager that posted his results first had the most defects. The project that reported six defects was posted immediately to the left of the Klondike report, which was posted immediately after it. The third report to be posted was not in position 3.
Position 2 on the bulletin board, which was not the Green Filter Project, had a report posted on it some time prior to the posting on position 1, which did not have the fewest number of defects to report. Using the figure below and the clues, position each of the four Project Managers and determine the name of each Project Manager, the month in which they were promoted, and their salary increase.
Position 2 was the June promotion.
Position 3 was Hollingsworth. Position 4 is not the July promotion. In the figure below are seven members of the project team that had been instrumental in making the project a success. Each team member worked a different number of hours over the past several months. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the full name of the person in each position and how many hours each one worked. The person who worked hours is two positions to the right of Carlsen. The person with the next fewest hours from Carlsen is Jordan.
Villano is in position 3. Elizabeth, who is positioned to the immediate right of the person that worked hours, worked hours; neither of these two people are surnamed Netz. Henry, who worked an even number of hours but is not surnamed Dirkson, is in position 1 in the figure. Mary is two positions to the left of Parker, the person who worked the fewest number of hours; Parker is positioned somewhat to the left of Andrews.
The person in position 6 worked hours; the person positioned immediately to the right did not work either or hours. Nancy Storey worked an odd number of hours and is positioned in an odd-numbered location. Steven is not located in position 5. Logic Problem The Team Meeting Seating Arrangement A company had a policy that the seating around a conference table for a project team meeting would be done according to perceived importance by the Project Manager.
The people sitting closer to the Project Manager obviously were considered to be more important than those sitting further away. In the figure below is a conference table for seven of the team members. Using the figure and the clues, determine the name and title of the person in each position. Clues: Note: Left and right are the seated person's left and right, not as you look at the figure. The Project Manager, as expected, was in seat 4; Brisco was not senior enough to be seated on either side of him.
Parsons occupied seat 3. Nemens did not occupy seat 5. Watkins, the APM for Manufacturing, sat in an even-numbered seat. Kirchoff was positioned in a seat numbered two higher than Flanigan. Logic Problem Raising Money for Charity Once a year, project teams from the company participate in a fund-raising event for charity. This year, four project teams participated. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the full name of each Project Manager, the title of their project, and how they ranked with regard to raising money. In the figure, position 1 raised the most and position 4 raised the least.
The Hot Gas Project raised the second greatest amount of funds. The team managed by Charles raised the third greatest amount of funds. Tripp's liquefaction project team, which did not raise the least amount, raised the next greatest amount than Germain's team. April's team raised less money than the Vaporization Project team; neither of these involved Spruce. Bryan is not surnamed Morton. Logic Problem Longevity Awards A small company decided to recognize the contribution of its employees that have been with the company for more than 10 years.
Five Project Managers had been chosen to be the recipients of five different gifts for their years with the company. Each Project Manager had been with the company a different numbers of years and each received a different gift. Using the figure below, determine the full name of each Project Manager, the number of years they had been with the company, and the gift they received. Karl Antine, who was not the recipient of the watch, did not have 12 years of service. The gift for 16 years of service was a woman's sweater, naturally given to a woman. Charpel did not receive a plant for the 19 years of service.
Mary, who was not Robertson, had 16 years of service. Darcy Barbo has been with the company the longest. Front, who is not Bob and did not have 16 years of service, got the watch. Amos received the software gift, which was not given for 12 years of service.
Bob and Robertson had been golf buddies for years. Logic Problem loo: Parking Spaces for Project Managers In a company, senior Project Managers were assigned parking spaces according to their seniority. Using the figure below and the clues, determine the full name of each Project Manager, the car they drove, and the position of their parking space.
John's car was in space 3. The Chrysler was parked to the immediate left of Larry Caster's car. Mary's General Motors car was parked further to the right than Corwin's car, which was not a Ford. Gennain parked in space 2. First identify the title of the "grouch. First work out the name of the person in position 8. Work out the department and then the name of the person in picture 6. Determine the name of the Black Belt Project Manager in position 4. Table of contents Preface. How to Solve Logic Puzzles.
Reports and Reports. Types of Contracts. Redesigning a Component. The Unfortunate Overruns. Rewarding Project Team Members. Understanding the Domain Areas. The Mysterious Network Diagram. The Incomplete Status Report. Project Failures. The Training Programs. Another Mysterious Network Diagram. Yet Another Mysterious Network Diagram. Congratulating the New PMPs. Six Sigma Achievement Awards. A Problem with Procurement. Briefing the Project Team. Who Sits in Each Office? Once More!
Quality Control Reporting. The Project Team Meeting. Academic Challenge for the PMPs. Attending the Safety Briefing. Assigning Offices. Positioning the Quality Awards. Recognition for Safety Adherence. The Company Briefcases. Offices for the Project Sponsors. The Environmental Testing Laboratories. The Train Ride to Work. Customer Shipping. The Luncheon Meeting. Security Check-In.
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