Project management

As Meredith & Mantel (2012) explains, it is indeed true that the use of project and project management continues to get popularity in society. People can never underestimate its value since they can achieve goals through project organization. From a business perspective also project management achieves unique outcomes but with limited resources under critical time constraints. For the project to accomplish all this and many more, different approaches are typically used. The approach chosen for this project is managerial approach or perspective, which, according to Meredith & Mantel (2012), addresses project management from a perspective of what will be encountered by project manager chronologically during the life cycle of the project and practically as well in the sense of what the project manager needs to know and why.

With the help of Project Management Office and the resource management function model of the PMO which as mentioned by Hill (2013) enables PMO to be involved in project resource management to the limit that only most relevant organization requires, considering the role PMO plays in the first activity of resource management, the resources already at disposal include qualified personnel or project staffing.

A number of laws and regulations may apply to the final project. The most evident is information privacy laws, which Halvey & Melby (2006) regulates the use and disclosure of as well as access to nonpublic personal identifiable information. The second law is copyright laws such as Digital Millennium Copyright Act which was established to reduce impact of copyright especially through removal of technological copyright protection measure (WhitmaMattord, 2013).

One policy that has been identified is ethical policy which is governed by a comprehensive code of conduct that also stipulates the procedures to be followed when faced with certain ethical issues.

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