Chinook Choppers Project Assignment

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Running head:CHINOOK CHOPPERS PROJECTChinook Choppers ProjectName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1CHINOOK CHOPPERS PROJECTTable of ContentsTask 1: Collaborate With Key Stakeholders...................................................................................21.1Two internal and external key stakeholders for successful project completion...............21.3.Four critical challenges of effective collaboration............................................................31.4.Two techniques for evaluation of effective collaboration................................................41.5.Four consequences of poor collaboration.........................................................................4Task 2: Project Management and leadership theories.....................................................................42.1.Two leading theories critical analysis...............................................................................42.2.Recommendation of theory...............................................................................................52.3.Evaluation of transactional and transformational theories................................................52.4.Four imperative leadership traits.......................................................................................62.5.Importance and impact......................................................................................................7Task 3: Motivational Strategies in Project Management.................................................................73.1. Four factors of de-motivation...............................................................................................83.2. Four motivation techniques..................................................................................................93.3. Critical analysis of the major theory of motivation............................................................103.4. Use and apply the theory of motivation..............................................................................103.5. Techniques for self-motivation...........................................................................................11Bibliography..................................................................................................................................12
2CHINOOK CHOPPERS PROJECTTask 1: Collaborate With Key Stakeholders1.1Two internal and external key stakeholders for successful project completionInternal project stakeholder will be under a direct managerial control for the project leaderwithin the business.The two key internal stakeholders considered in this case are Employees and Owner.Employees required to earn money and keep staying employed. The employees are engaged withthe new work of adoption. Every individual employee needs to change their usual behavioursand work on new ways of doing jobs.The owner keeps on maximising the profit made by the business. The owner will assistthe manager of the project to provide leadership for completing the project successfully. Theowners are usually enthusiastic about the value, project and final deliverables.The external project stakeholder is within the same organisation but is not within thebusiness. There are department and people who may need assistance from the project team whocare or are affected by their performance.The two key external stakeholders considered in this case are customers and suppliers.Every customer wants low cost services or goods that have a high-quality business. Mostlysupplier has the desire that the business purchase goods continuously from them.1.2.Main expectation of 4 key stakeholders for a project leaderExpectations are organised in many ways which cover the work, and life aspects as this areimportant for the people in performing the task through explicit expectations, organisationalresource support, and managerial direction, quality of work environment, growth, personalexpression and personal expectations with respectful treatment.
3CHINOOK CHOPPERS PROJECTEmployee: From the project leader an employee expects clear direction, and through generalguidelines the leader expects the employee to work with general guidelines which are a way thatis unstructured. The ideas and suggestions are given by the leader to encourage the development,autonomy and initiative.Owner: The owner of the product ensures the requirement to be defined, ready andprioritised while being with the team through just-in-time planning and elaborate the requirementprogressively. The project leader expects the owner to provide direction to the team throughwhich a right thing could be built, and business value could be delivered based on ROI andpriority.Customer: The customer expects to get what they want though they are not sure of what it is.Supplier: The supplier expects to deliver the product on time and provide all necessary partof the bike.1.3.Four critical challenges of effective collaborationDifficulties for members in finding time: Noting the degree of difficulty regarding theparticipation time may considerably vary from one person to another. There were challenges intaking time for busy staff that spent the whole day in making the product and then meeting forthree hours was attended.Members have negative reactions: There was a fear of getting a negative reaction from theprimary sources which create hesitancy among the member. James and Carl’s were over-confidence as they have experience. However, Boyd did not feel stressed enough and continuedthe project without the contingency cushion.Delayed accomplishments: The fundamental purpose of all the member of the project is tocomplete the making of the bike with the collaborative effort that was not augmenting. There
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