Assesment1 & 2 of case 6
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Tell me about yourself
Why are you leaving your current position?
What do you consider your most significant accomplishment?
Why do you believe you are qualified for this position?
How do you handle pressure? Do you like or dislike the situation?
What technologies have you utilized in your admin work?
What technologies are you an expert with using?
Tell me about your computer skills.
We interviewed in a school, here the staffs use The Student Administration System (SAS) . The Student Administration System (SAS) stores all student ...view middle of the document...
Psychologically, this overall functional decreased for a short while with the addition of something that is supposed to lead to improvements can be difficult to overcome.
This concept applies directly to new installations or modifications to systems. The changes can create a reduction in productivity before improvements relating to outcome goals become visible. An understanding of the process is important in order for the implementation team to stay confident regarding the benefits, in spite of evidence to the contrary. Incorporating implementation strategies into corporate functioning for the team and the customers is important in order to keep drops in morale from sinking the project.
Implementation strategies may include:
Boosting staff confidence
Change management strategies
Re-defining staff roles
Re-distributing office tasks
Changing team/organizational culture
Team goal setting
Providing staff training/information sessions
Informing relevant persons
Temporary reduction of workload
Boosting staff confidence is a bit ambiguous and includes issues relating to educating the staff on outcomes and giving them the tools and procedures to handle problems that arise. Confidence suffers when people feel stranded in a situation where they are ill prepared to meet challenges. Ensuring that the staff will have the necessary resources in order to train themselves and teach others about the system gives them confidence.
Length of session
The programme manage will collect the issue and circulate it
Project status report
Topics to be covered
Who will attend
Overview of the new system
Benifir from the system
Since projects involve uncertainty and risk it is likely that you will need to develop contingency plans for key areas of risk. Basically this involves identifying risk scenarios which, should they actually occur, would have a significant impact on the ability of the institution to carry out its business and considering what options are available to you.
An example could be a new administrative system failing to go live on time. The contingency plan may be to carry on with the old system in which case you would have to think about issues such as:
Is this feasible?
What essential maintenance would be required?
Do we have the necessary skills?
When would be the next opportunity to switch systems?
How will we transfer the data?
What additional costs will we incur?
How will this impact our clients?
Yes, i agree with the activities..