Project Selection

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Project Selection

Postby nazrulq Fri Dec 01, 2017 3:41 am


John is the Project Manager of Company Z. There are two projects in the market to bid on. Project A has ROI ( Return on Investment) 52% but required high technical skills, Project B has ROI 30%. John's company has lack of technical skill to bid but has the capability to bid on Project B. The country has an unfolded rule to implement the project with local expertise.What should John do NEXT:

1.Bid on Project A
2.Bid on Project B
3.Hire Foreign Consultant since foreign consultant could be more efficient.
4.No participation in the bidding process.
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Re: Project Selection

Postby rahul.kanugo Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:52 am

My option is "A"

1.Bid on Project A(this is happening in real world also, one can develop expertise by training, hiring competent resources locally.)
2.Bid on Project B(ROI is less)
3.Hire Foreign Consultant since foreign consultant could be more efficient.(Not valid in the region)
4.No participation in the bidding process.(Atlest one can bid for Project B)

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