A a simple costing system will yield accurate cost numbers B an activity-based costing system should be used C multiple indirect-cost rates should be used D varying demands will be placed on resources 38 Undercosting a particular product may result in: A loss of market share B lower profits C operating inefficiencies D understating total product costs 39 Overcosting of a product is MOST likely to result from:
Project Sizing and Stakeholder Analysis Week 3: Selecting a Project During Week 1, you will select a project for your risk management plan course project. The project can be one that you are working on as part of your regular job, a case study you have completed in the past, or a project that you want to plan, either business or personal.
You will choose your own project so that you will be very familiar with the project and understand all of its various elements. The project request will be submitted as a graded assignment. Submit your assignment to the Week 1 Course Project Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
You will receive a post in your Dropbox that will indicate approval to proceed.
This submission must be well presented because this is a required assignment that will receive a grade in Gradebook. The project paper is a required item for successful completion of this class. If you do not submit a project selection, you will not be able to proceed with assignments, as each week builds upon the last.
We will discuss the various steps in developing the RMP for your project in our weekly threaded discussions. All submissions for a grade will also be evaluated for grammar and spelling.
Probability-Impact Matrix This week for your course project milestone, submit a Probability-Impact Matrix for the project you selected based on the top ten risks you identified in your RBS in Week 3.
Risk Register Develop and submit a Risk Register based on the ten risks you have assessed within the project you selected. Your Register should have four sections: Summary Risk Report This week, you are to develop a Summary Risk Report based on the project you have selected and have been assessing.
The report is a summary, so please keep your assignment in that format. Five pages is the suggested maximum length. Submit your assignment to the Week 6 Course Project Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.
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