Business Case: Steve Jobs’ Shared Vision Project Management Style.

Case Study: Case 13.15 Business Case: Steve Jobs’ Shared Vision Project Management Style.
This activity addresses the following module outcome:
• MO2: Analyze the project management lifecycle. (CO6)
Case Study:
Project management is one of the disciplines that helps to ensure the success of large, complex, and expensive projects. In this case study, you will focus on Steve Jobs’ approach to project management.
Write a 2-3 page paper not including the cover page or reference pages, that answers the questions from the textbook case study 13.15 – Steve Jobs’ Shared Vision Project Management Style. You must cite at least five independent scholarly sources to support your position, using appropriate APA format.
Before you begin writing, please review the Case Study Guidelines for information.
Please take note of the resource listed below as you select external scholarly sources for this assignment.
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• What is scholarly (sometimes referred to as peer-reviewed) (Links to an external site.)
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Scholarly sources can generally be identified by several features:
• Content (topic being discussed)
• Audience (for the layperson or someone familiar with the research on the subject?)
• Language (higher level language and discipline-specific terminology)
Intent (case study, report of experimental results, )
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• Peer-reviewed (material is evaluated by experts and only published if it meets the discipline’s standards)
• References (other materials used in the research process are listed in a bibliography or footnotes)
• Listing (Check Ulrich’s in the Research Databases to see if the publication is listed as refereed.)
Your assignment is due at the end of Module 7.
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This assignment will be graded using the SBT Case Study Rubric located on the Course Rubrics page within the Start Here section of the course. Please review the rubric prior to beginning your work so that you ensure your submission meets the criteria in place for this assignment. This assignment is worth 10% of your final course grade.

Question: Discuss Case 13.2 Steve Jobs’ Shared Vision Project Management Style. 1 1. Steve Jobs Shows The Importance Of People Skills. Explain Jobs’ Way Of Motivating People. For Example, Did He Try To Get Everyone To Like Him? Did He Try To Get Everyone Target Along With Each Other? 2.Why Did Jobs’ Approach To Project Management Work So Well For Him? 3.What Lessons

Discuss case 13.2 Steve Jobs’ Shared Vision Project Management Style.

  1. Steve Jobs shows the importance of people skills. Explain Jobs’ way of motivating people. For example, did he try to get everyone to like him? Did he try to get everyone target along with each other?
    2.Why did Jobs’ approach to project management work so well for him?
    3.What lessons can project managers learn from Jobs?
    4.Research Steve Jobs’ management style from reputable sources. What did you learn about how people reacted to Jobs’ style?
    5.Create a checklist of effective project management practices

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