Project and Organisational Strategy [10 slides and no more than 2000 words]
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L7 Project and Organisational Strategy: Individual presentation, 100%
Module Leader: Pushkar Jha
Key Details and Requirements
Submission deadline: Thursday 11 May 2023, no later than 16:30pm (GMT)
1. Understand how organisations deliver their strategic objectives through projects.
2. Understand the different approaches to project design and the situations where these approaches are more (or less) relevant.
3. Examine rationales behind variation in project management owing to organisational factors – with sectors /across sectors.
4. Be able to evaluate situation and need contingencies that impact organisational strategy and consequences of the same for project management.
Assessment details: Individual presentation slides submission, 100%
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Choose an organisation and map its ‘project orientation’ from the 1. project portfolio perspective and 2. organisational perspective. You need to provide examples of at least 5 projects (in total) to substantiate your mapping on 1 and 2. You should provide a power point of no more than 10 slides and no more than 2000 words on these 10 slides excluding any references (1 slide) and Cover slide (together 1 slide)
The suggested outline is (this is not binding – and spare space you can use the way you want to add analysis / enhanced the assignment)
Slide 1: Cover slide;
Slide 2: Organisation profile with relevance to projects
Slide 3: Organisational perspective on project orientation- mapped Slide 4/5: Support for the perspective using 5 projects at least
Slide 6: Project portfolio perspective on project orientation- mapped
Slide 7/8: Support for the perspective using at least 5 projects (could be the same as above projects or different)
Slide 9: Discuss implications and concerns re: organisational strategy for doing projects.
Slide 10: Recommendations
Module Assessment Criteria
Illustrates an excellent level of understanding of complex issues in the subject. All requirements of the work are dealt with to a high standard and the work is free from all but isolated minor errors. The material is wholly relevant to the tasks.
Excellent analysis, synthesis and critical reflection with the ability to tackle issues and questions not previously encountered.
Evidence of independent and original judgment in relation to the resolution of the client’s needs and problems. Excellently presented in terms of structure and professional style
Illustrates a very good understanding of the issues in the subject, some of which are likely to be complex with some independent critical thought appropriate to the tasks. Most of the requirements of the work are covered with only a few gaps or minor and inconsequential errors. The material is largely relevant to the tasks and there is a good attempt at analysis, synthesis and critical reflection with evidence of some ability to tackle issues not previously encountered. The work is presented in a clear and well-
organised manner with only minor spelling and grammatical errors.
The work displays good knowledge and understanding and its relevance to the task. The submission exhibits clear analysis and reasonable use of grammar, spelling and language. It may contain errors and lack fluency. Limited evidence of the ability to
sustain a relevant argument or logical reasoning.
50 – 59%
Exhibits an unsatisfactory grasp of the issues in the subject. Primarily descriptive and lacking in independent critical thought appropriate to the tasks. Weak or no attempt at analysis, synthesis and critical reflection with little evidence of ability to tackle issues not previously encountered. Poor spelling or other grammatical errors.
0 - 49%