Enterprise Environment Factors (EEF) influence on organisations, projects and outcomes. The project team usually has no control over them. Nevertheless, it is important for the project team to effectively manage EEF as they can impact on project success. In PMBOK (PMI, 2013), EEF are a key input to project management processes.
Reflective exercises can help increase the value of the learning experience by relating new materials of learning to prior knowledge and create a better understanding of the discipline. Reflection improves learning by providing a structure to reflect systematically over time on the learning process and to develop critical reflective aptitudes, skills and habits. Successful reflection enables self-awareness, personal and professional growth, lifetime learning, and will help students develop into active and aware learners and become a reflective practitioner in their professional life.
This assessment contains 2 parts.
Part A – Module 4 Discussion activity: EEF and Tools of Impact Analysis
In Assessment 2 Part A, students will use their project developed for Assessment 1:
• Identify enterprise environmental factors (EEF) of the project;
• Propose a tool, technique or framework intend to use for qualitative and/or quantitative impact analysis of EEF;
• Justify why the selected tool/technique is appropriate.
Students are encouraged to identify EEFs from the project chosen and share personal thoughts with group members in the class. Actively seek feedback and inputs from facilitators. The individual and group should organise discussion notes and upload it on the Blackboard accordingly.
Assessment 2 Part A is due by the end of Module 4.