Abstract or Introduction
This paper is concerned with the development of a bid proposal for a company, which was looking for a consultant to conduct a scoping study that determines the necessary requirements for development and implementation of a B2B mobile application. This reflective portfolio focuses on how the process of completing my dissertation that included the above brief main steps will assist me to apply this knowledge to my business’ future operations as well identify how this learning process expanded my thinking and developed my skills as a future business leader.
The portfolio consists of five major chapters: an introductory chapter presents the project, discusses the learning goals and expectations as well as the learning methodologies applied throughout the course. While the second chapter discusses the potential of identifying clear business requirements, the third chapter indicates how I was able to apply my ethical principles and values in identifying the client specific aim and objectives as well as how these objectives reflect corporate social responsibility. In the fourth chapter, you will read the importance of a Gantt chart and lastly, my learning from experience will be reflected in the fifth chapter.
The management project module builds on the research methodology skills and requirements of critical debate, explored in the previous modules, to enable students to better understand project management and consulting skills and to demonstrate how
critical these skills are in a business context to ensure rigorous decision-making. The course also aims to enable an evidence-based approach to problem-solving within an organization, focusing on the ability of participants to manage complex projects in various dynamic business environments in entrepreneurial contexts, leadership and management of change.
- Quote paper
- Dr. Sixbert Sangwa (Author), 2018, Development and Implementation of a B2B Mobile App. Management Project Reflective, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1012578