Extend Tables 3.2 and 3.3 to include times of fall of 6 to 10 s, assuming no air resistance.
Introduction to Project Management 1.What is a Project a. One-Time job limited by time and budget to meet the needs of a customer b. Cross functional employees might get involved c. Most activities are outsourced or offshored. 2. Why Study Project Management a. Most projects are over budget and takes longer to finish b. If planned properly keeping track of time, quality, and cost will allow a project to be done on time c. Always stay in touch with customer and keep them updated with progress. 3. Project Management Careers a. Possible careers in: IT* (This is the most important because everything in IS is considered a Project New Product Development(Marketing)