Custom Development Of A System For Work-Based Learning: Use Of Cesism Project Simulation Approach

Implementation of Cesism Simulation

This project is about the custom development of a system used to deal with the work base issues faces by an entity while handling a particular project as they require essential skills of the project management to be applied by a project users to deal with all their issues in less period of time to accomplish the same within a given span of time. This project highlights the use of cesism project simulation approach that helps an entity and all its users to predict the future needs and the higher expectations of all its clients to enhance the quality of the entire project (Majeed, Bhana, Haq and Sharma, 2018). Major focus of this simulation system is on improving the work-based learning by introducing latest technology which helps in automating the overall work of an individual by offering several benefits. This system will helps in identifying the link between a student and its tutor by enhancing the role of a teacher in influencing its students through its skills and knowledge to make them understand about each and everything (Toba, Seck and Ngatang, 2018). Tutor tawa Edward’s aim is to execute policies by adding the touch of the technology introduces in the dynamic environment to guide all the users to focus on their needs firs before selecting any automation tool. Cesims project of simulation is based on a technology that stands for A-F-A- O mobiles ltd helps in reducing the risks of selling phones through online mechanism which allows a user to get various features such as safety of payment, customer satisfaction, and digitalization. All these features will help an individual in meeting its needs and the higher expectations level by resolving all their doubts and queries within a given span of time. This simulation method will have both internal and the external side which affect the needs of a user in a different manner (Hernández-Lara and Serradell-López, 2018). From the economic perspective, implementing cesism simulation so very cheap as compared to other system available in the market as along with a cost effective feature in this system  is also offers risk free environment for an entity. A project manager will gain several skills sets by using the same in managing its project such as negotiation skills, communication power, and team work, planning and grievances redressal. All these skill are the basic skills which are required in a manager so that they can form a discipline and coordinated team to actively participate in all the work proceedings related to the project. In doing this, an entity will allocate all the tasks and responsibilities among all the members of a project to get the desired results within the mentioned deadline as the motive if an enterprise is to improve its image in front of its users by knowing about the future uncertainty in advance (Vignon and et.al., 2018).

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Gibb’s Reflection Model

Gibb’s reflection model is used in evaluating the Cesims simulation method by comparing it with the capability of an entity owner that is the project manager after ensuring its essential skills required in executing the current project by developing the feasibility study to comment on the effectiveness of a project (Tanaka, Okamoto and Koide, 2018). This model covers five steps such as description; feelings, evaluation, conclusions and finally the action stage to properly analyze the nature of a project in which this tool is applied are mention as below:

Description-This is the preliminary stage in which the tutor will ask its student about its business needs before creating customized solutions based o their identified business needs. In this stage, a tutor will ask several questions to the project manager to know their actual situation to draft solutions for the same (Taylor and Taylor, 2018). This is followed by several questions such as happening of the situation, involvement of party, audiences, the action of an individual, an action of other people and the outcome of the situation.

Feelings- In this stage, a tutor will ask about the inner feelings of a project manager to the nature of the overall experience of an individual in the already occurred situation to know the severity level of the same (Dhaliwal, Singh and Singh, 2018). The questions asked by a tutor to an individual will consist of questions about the personal feeling of an individual before the situation took place, feeling during the event, feeling of other people, feelings after the happening of an event, current experience of an individual and other people.

Evaluation- Tawa Edwards will propose various approaches for the sake of a manager to shortlist approaches according to their project objectives as the efficiency of all the methods is checked by applying all of them in achieving the project objectives to select or reject among the different methods (Sicora, 2018). A tutor will create agenda for meeting all the project objectives such as identifying the positivity of the occurred situation, the negative factor in that situation, worked and non-worked solutions and the overall contribution of an individual in resolving a situation will also be discussed in this stage.

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Conclusion- After evaluating the situation by creating various measures will help an entity in assessing the situation from all the angles as the motive of a tutor is to judge the efficiency of the system and the skills of a project manager in dealing with all the problems. A conclusion is to be drawn by considering all the facts related to the management of the entire situation. The conclusion will be based upon various factors such as explaining the positive experience, future action taken by a manager when the similar situation faces by an individual in the future (Snowdon, 2018). This will also emphasise on various skills and characteristics that help an individual in getting rid of this situation with a peace of mind and calm attitude.

Skills and Knowledge for Project Management

Action-The future action taken by an individual by considering all the challenges taken into account to transform into favourable opportunities in the future to get rid of all the issues. Change management system is to come into operation that allows an entity to adjust to the changes takes place in the existing situation. The Increasing progress will help an entity to take action which will act as a future strategy in reviewing the entire progress of a project that is the execution of the cesism simulation approach will upgrade the current system.

Planning- This is the first and the preliminary stage in the project management where the requirements of a user is discussed to create solid plan for meeting all their needs and complete the same within a given span of time. The goals and the objectives will categorize into various criteria’s such as short term, medium terms and long term based on the nature of a project. Roles and the responsibilities distributed by a manager in accomplishing this project will be based upon the sensitivity involved in a project. In this project cesism simulation method uses by a project manager will consists of long term and medium objective related to the enhancing of the satisfaction levels of the customer as they will act as a final user for an entity. This project is based on accomplishing the needs of all the internal as well as the external users which will help in getting the higher project outcomes in a given span of time. A tutor will act as a supervisor whose aim is to satisfy the guidelines to be followed in completing a project within a time given by the client

Implementation- Execution stage is one the step in a project management under which all the projects will get implemented by using a particular medium that allows an individual to get the end results in favour of an entity (Project evaluation, 2018). The implementation of a particular project will involves formative and process evaluation which includes the management of all the tasks ad activities involved in a project will help in ensuring the total quality of all the tasks. A project manager will assign tasks to all the individuals by evaluating all the business measures. This will sheds light on the efforts applied by a user in the project are on a right track or not as any discrepancies found in the implementation will, in turn, leads to the overall failure of the project. The project failure will not afford by an entity owner as they utilizes all its efforts in completing a project by following all the rules and the regulations associated with a current project. This project’s aim is to execute cesism simulation approach that focuses on the legal standards and the measures which will helps in nurturing the inherit skills of all the participants involved in this project includes project manager, team members, client, technical experts, accounting head, project evaluator.

Problem Solving Skills

Skills and the knowledge are complementary with each other as changes in one element will be shown in another element whose direct impact is visible on the entire performance of a project. A project manager and its team members are required to develop various set of skills in accomplishing the aim of the current project which is related with the accomplishment of the objective of the project are mention as below:

Problem solving skills- It is regarded as the most important skill in dealing with the work-based problem which is a practical skills to be adopted by a project manager in resolving all their problems before the time gets elapsed as they will emphasises on different characteristics such quality and timely delivery of the project (Capatina, Bleoju, Rancati and Hoareau, 2018) It is essential to submit the final work to the client before the deadline given by them as by doing this a project manager will be able to get the trust of the client to get the large amount of work in the near future (do Vale, Nunes and de Carvalho, 2018). In implementing the cesim simulation system the focus of a tutor and the project manager lies on checking the designing of the system and the calibre of a project as balance is to be created among both these elements to get the desired returns in the future.

The problem solving skills will consist of various procedures to be followed by an individual in understanding any problem before creating a solution for the same. It will include Intuition skills, incubation stage, invention and finally the introduction of the innovation practices launched by the firm to eliminate all the challenges and issues suffered by the firm (Problem solving skills, 2018).

Creative thinking- It is important to think creative and out of the box to observe a particular ting from a different angle as the motive of an individual is to accomplish all the aim and the objectives by emphasizing on the higher expectations of all the individuals. An entity owner will focuses on the image of its firms after executing this system (Geraldi and Söderlund, 2018). The prospective advantages of this system are to be explained by a tutor by using creative and innovative skills to ensure the higher performance. The focus of a tutor lies on the completion of this project as this will reflect its efforts in managing all the work before the time get elapsed.

Team work skills is to be followed by a project manager in dealing with the work based learning system of the cesims simulation approach under which all the team members worked collaborate in completing all the tasks in a systematic way (Caffieri, Love,  Whyte and Ahiaga-Dagbui, 2018). A manager will assign tasks after analyzing the individual efficiency of all the members to complete their assigned tasks in a lesser time as compared to the work done by other members. By doing this, the efficiency and competitive spirit among all the employees will brought out which further help in enhancing the overall experience of all the members in knowing about their strengths and weaknesses to benefit all the users associated with the current project (Romiszowski, 2018). A project manager has understood the significance of a team in completing any tasks as compared to assigning the similar work to a single person (Heldman, 2018).

The synergy of team plays a significant role in managing a particular work and tasks involved in a project to induce the entire performance of a project (Nelu, 2018). Tawa Edwards develops several project management policies in discussion with the client that is the project manager to eliminate all the current as well as the future risks to be occurred in the future (Audet and et.al., 2018).

This action of a project manager will, in turn, showcases its positive efforts in accomplishing all the aims and targets within a given span of time. By forming a group or teams will help all the employees to share its feelings, emotions and most importantly creative idea of dong any task. In this way, the hectic work schedule will get elapsed without increasing the boredness and dissatisfaction among all the members (Ang, Tanand et.al., 2018). The current action of a project manager will target various things at the same time such as increasing workplace motivation, enhancing productivity, reducing work delays and productivity defects. By giving monetary recognition to all the project users, a project manager will create a sense of trust and loyalty among all their project users to strive hard in achieving the common goal of an entity.

This is a reflection stage which covers the personal experience of a project manager who faces several issues and the challenges while completing this project. A project manager faces time management issues while interacting with a large number of users participates in this project which, in turn, creates a severe issue for the firm to manage all of them by a creating a balanced working relationships (Esce and et.al., 2018).

A tutor will faces lack of concentration issue as without this they will not able to make a user understand about its teaching ways to understand the cesims simulation system. Simulation systems implementation enquires prior training as this is a technical system which requires some basic knowledge to get to know about this system to use the same in its daily routine life as without knowing how to use the system an individual will not able to produce the project outcomes (Rodríguez and Bustillos, 2018). A novice player in terms of using a technology is consider as the biggest enemy for their own entity as this will results in the overall failure of the project as this will not produce good results for an entity which requires personal guidance.

Conflict resolution system has also adopted by an executive head to manage all the issues faces by an entity in fulfilling all their tasks within a given span of time as time is regarded as the most important thing for an enterprise. It is important to resolve the conflicts takes places among the project users to get it resolved before the time as their motive is to satisfy its clients as compared to the services offered by the competitor’s lies in the external entity. This action of a project manager will focus on the productivity enhancement to get the high amount of profit that is the trust of all their stakeholders.

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