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OMGT 4783 – Project Management for Operations Managers
Session II 2009

Instructor: Dr. Lou Adler Office: Bella Vista, AR
Telephone: 479-855-2233 Office Hours: Upon Request

Required Textbooks & Equipment 1. Project Management: A Managerial Approach, 7th edition, Jack Meredith & Samuel Mantel, John Wiley and Sons, 2009. 2. Project Management Case Studies, 3rd edition, Harold Kerzner, John Wiley and Sons, 2009. 3. Access to a personal computer (PC) for assignments in MS ProjectPro, which must be loaded into the machine.


|Homework |Weekly Assignments |100 pts |10% |Grading |
|Exams |Mid-Term |200 pts |20% | A ≥ 90% |
| |Final |300 pts |30% | B 80-89% |
|Course Projects |Individual Project |150 pts |15% | C 70-79% |
| |Team Project |150 pts |15% | D 65-69% |
|Class Participation | |100 pts |10% | F ≤ 64% |
|Total | |1000 pts |100% | |

The grading scale reflects the baseline for the course. Based on the general performance of the class and individual performance throughout the course, I may lower the cut-off for some or all of the letter grades. Such changes will not occur until all graded events have been recorded.

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