COST ANALYSIS OF BRITANNIA BREAD
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Cost Analysis - Brita nnia Bread
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...SHAH ALAMFACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERINGBACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONS.) CIVIL(EC 220) |
ENGINEERS IN SOCIETY(ECM507) |
ABANDONED PROJECT AT HULU KLANG |
GROUP : EC220 7N |
PREPARED BY | : | MUHAMMAD ZULHILMI BIN ABD RAHPALAHMAD DHIYAUL ISLAM BIN MOHAMMADKHAIRUL IZWAN BIN AMERRUDDINMUHAMAD AIZAT BIN ARBAIE | 2011818624201129752620114649942011222944 |
PREPARED FOR | : | Ir Abdul Halim bin Abdul Ghani |
DATE | : | 13 MAY 2013 |
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Abandoned projects is one the major problems in industry in Peninsular Malaysia. There were many reasons leading to this problem. This action has caused multifarious problems to the stakeholders, particularly the purchasers who become the end user. Until to date there is no effective and once-and-for-all means to face the problems of abandoned projects. An analysis of the sector in Malaysia shows that failed developments however tend to show something more than the mere recession.
Mismanagement and fraud appear at the top of the list of faults and problems. There is no real effort to tackle the core issues behind these failures for one reason or the other. Unless these projects and their failures are aired in open courts people will continue to fumble in the dark for the real reasons of failures...
...CASE 8.2 PROJECT PICKINGS
Tazer, a pharmaceutical manufacturing company, entered the pharmaceutical market 12
years ago with the introduction of six new drugs. Five of the six drugs were simply
permutations of existing drugs and therefore did not sell very heavily. The sixth drug,
however, addressed hypertension and was a huge success. Since Tazer had a patent on
the hypertension drug, it experienced no competition, and profits from the hypertension
drug alone kept Tazer in business.
During the past 12 years, Tazer continued a moderate amount of research and development,
but it never stumbled upon a drug as successful as the hypertension drug.
One reason is that the company never had the motivation to invest heavily in innovative
research and development. The company was riding the profit wave generated by
its hypertension drug and did not feel the need to commit significant resources to finding
new drug breakthroughs.
Now Tazer is beginning to fear the pressure of competition. The patent for the hypertension
drug expires in 5 years,1 and Tazer knows that once the patent expires,
generic drug manufacturing companies will swarm into the market like vultures. Historical
trends show that generic drugs decreased sales of branded drugs by 75 percent.
Tazer is therefore looking to invest significant amounts of money in research and
development this year to begin the search for a new breakthrough drug that will offer
the company the same success...
...Prioritizing Projects at D.D. Williamson
Dr. Donny Bagwell
Managing Human Resources Projects: HRM 517
October 27, 2013
D.D. Williamson implemented a new process for project prioritization that included focusing on the vision and impact of projects and narrowing down projects by selecting the ones of high importance and assigning them to senior management teams. I will attempt to critique that process, recommend an improvement for the process, provide a scenario of why the process could possibly not be successful, and project if the process will still be successful in five years.
Critiquing D.D. Williamson Project Prioritization
The prioritization process at D. D. Williamson is a great improvement opposed to the previous prioritization process that was implemented. I believe that D.D. Williamson was able to finally overcome challenges after years of not having a successful process in place. Cutting down the amount of projects from 60 to 16 was a smart plan that in return helped D.D. Williamson not to go over budget, increase the success rate to over 60 percent of projects finishing close to the expected completion date, and earn better results.
This process also helped to move forward the most critical projects of high importance. Simplifying the criteria ratings also...
...The Role of Project Management in Today’s Business
Project management is a critical part of businesses and industries in order to advance ahead
and add value to products. Project management allows companies to invent, plan intentionally,
and for the economy to progress. The key parts of projects are often values such as team
working, planning, invention, time and budget management, and leadership. In the modern
culture, some projects can be medicines (inventing new drugs), IT solutions (new
technologies), energy and environment (other sources of energy such as solar), and military
(new weapons and machineries). The relationships are such that these projects are undertaken
to advance the lives of people. However, the main objective of projects is to find out about
something by using resources and ideas and put together to achieve the end product.
Project management is about being organized from the commencement of the job to the finish.
It is about having an effective and efficient team with a leader that can encourage teamwork
and motivate to get results Project Processes. First to take on project, the team must be selected.
All member should be good at their specific tasks and responsibilities while able to work
together with other members as well. Then choose on a goal and determining on the best way
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