The full capabilities of well-structured project management are rarely realized outside of the scope of the respective profession. The tools and skills in which project managers specialize are furthermore often considered in high-level business contexts, but are far less remembered as crucial components to many other endeavors. This project portfolio serves as an insight into the structure and process of managing a short-term social awareness project and an exploration and application of various project management tools. It also provides a review of the success of implementing sound project management toward humanitarian work on a community level. Public Equity, the team of university students behind this project and report, ultimately hopes to inspire others to learn how they may increase the impact of their community work through strong planning and goal setting.
Landreneau, Anna; Barzani, Kovan; Haris, Uroob; Jiang, Lawrence; Park, Michael; and Schmedding, Thomas
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SMU Journal of Undergraduate Research: Vol. 2
, Article 12.
Available at: https://scholar.smu.edu/jour/vol2/iss1/12
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