Project #77600 - Project Management - SimProject Reflection Ecercise

Guidelines

Engaging in a simulation is a great learning opportunity. In the case of SimProject, you get to be project managers for a few hours and experience some of the realities of that role in a way otherwise not directly available to you. A simulation is necessarily simplified to reduce the impact of extraneous factors and to focus on the major issues of interest. SimProject enables a thorough exploration of many common project management issues such as planning, resource allocation, change management, and balancing multiple potentially conflicting objectives.

A reflection paper is an opportunity to integrate your own background and experience with what can be learned from SimProject and narrate how your knowledge has evolved through your engagement in the simulation. A reflection paper is an opportunity for you to cement in your own mind the relevant lessons to be garnered from the simulation. Not everything in the simulation may be relevant (though I hope you will retain the relevant knowledge for a point in the future when it will be relevant). Thus, not everything from participation in the simulation needs to make to make an appearance in the reflection paper. Relating relevant personal experiences is highly recommended so that I can more clearly understand the perspective upon which the experience of the simulation landed. It is also a good idea to begin the exercise outlining your understanding of project management before you started it. There are no right or wrong answers in this exercise and, in my experience, each reflection is quite unique given the diversity of understanding and experiences across the class. The paper must be at least 2 single spaced pages long and will be submitted to TurnItIn for assessment. You can also understand more about reflection exercises by looking at the ‘how-to’ guide on bb.

There are a couple of traps you should avoid: the first is to have your paper be a regurgitation of the course material without any significant insight into your own thinking and what has changed; the second trap to avoid is for your paper to be preaching a position you already have and amassing evidence in support of that position. As you should in learning, come with an open mind, examine what you know and don’t know and appreciate the dynamic learning taking place during the simulation. 

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Due By (Pacific Time) 07/30/2015 08:00 am
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