Project Management Analysis Report

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Weekly Portfolio Learning TableDescription of topics including reading samplesLearning outcomes of the courseLearning from your experience, this and prior unit reading, assignmentsSupporting documentation including your prior learningPart 1. SEBoK Introduction- ‘Introduction to SE Transformation’Part 2. SEBoK Introduction- ‘SEBoK Users and Uses’Part 6. Related Disciplines- ‘Knowledge Area: Systems Engineering and Project Management’Kerzner (2013) Chapters 2.1; 2.6-2.8; 2.21;1.Evaluation of implementation of system thinking in project, programand portfolio management.2.Evolution of system engineering in accordance with the complexity of the system.3.Knowledge about primary and secondary users.This week’s topic has the objective tobridge the relationship between systemthinking and portfolio management.With the increased system complexitieslike needs of stakeholders, specificsystem property model and architecture,the requirement of transformation ofsystem engineering is high. As Iunderstand the proposed future model ofsystem engineering, the applicationdomain has been widened to meet all thesustainable system solutionrequirements and stakeholderrequirements based on educationalinfrastructure.According to my understandings, thereare two types of SEBoK users(Sebokwiki.org, 2017). Primary users arethe system engineers associated withactive roles in projects and themanagers. Their uses are related toKerzner, H., 2013.Project management: asystems approach to planning, scheduling, and controlling. John Wiley & Sons.Sebokwiki.org. (2017).SEBoK. [online] Available at: http://sebokwiki.org [Accessed 20 Sep. 2017].1 of 2

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