November 16, 2010

toay's presentation

We had our second presentation today and again, some interesting questions and thoughts came out. I always learn a lot from our presentations as different groups have different focuses and even different opinions. I had never paid attention to the arrows that used by a group to describe the steps in PMI until Evangelos pointed out to the class. It's really a good idea using such kind of arrows to show "change in emotion". Also, Graeme mentioned that it was impossible to make all employees obtain the same level of knowledge and have similar emotion when encountering change. In the case, I can imagine that it must be another interesting and important issue which requires carefully thinking before implementing a solution. One of the groups used the urgency-important matrix in order to show the orders about selecting projects. This matrix is brief and simple but shows clearly orders, however, it caused a debate in its orders. In my eyes, this issue could be something that similar to risk management. We should consider not only urgency and importance but also cost, risk, harmful, etc. It is possible that though some problems are urgent, they do not need to be put in the first place to solve.

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