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Comments and constructive criticism

The writer will have to read each of this articles and react to them by commenting, analyzing and
supporting with relevant articles. The writer will have to read carefully before giving constructive
comments on the article. The writer should write a one paragraph of at least 150 words. APA and in
text citation must be use as each respond to the two articles must have in text citations. The writer will
have to use an article to supports his comments in each of the article. Address the content of each
article below in a one paragraph each, analysis and evaluation of the topic, as well as the integration

of relevant resources.

Comments and constructive criticism

Article 1: Success of the SCADA EMS project
In this article, the student has discussed in an exhaustive manner how the project
undertaken by General Electric (GE) Energy at an electric utility company in Atlanta,
Georgia was successfully implemented. The name of the project was Supervisory Control and

Data Acquisition (SCADA) Energy Management System (EMS). The student has properly
described how GE Energy’s executives and project management office ensured the success of
this project. To ensure success of the SCADA EMS project, GE Energy first appointed a
dedicated project manager, which is important as the project manager would provide
effective leadership and guidance to the project team thereby steering the project to success
(Staskiewicz, 2015). A Project Charter was also developed early on. The project charter was
helpful as it provided an outline of the responsibilities and roles of both the project manager
and the project team members, and specified the project cost, schedule and scope (Patel,
Bosela & Delatta, 2013). The student also accurately took note of the importance of GE
project manager involving each of the concerned stakeholders and working with them closely
during the initial stages of the project. In essence, involving the project team and other key
stakeholders in the early stages of any project would result in setting clear project scope and
enables everyone to clearly understand the project requirements beforehand (Staskiewicz,
Article 2: Tesla Software 7.0
In this article, the student eloquently discusses a new technology developed by Tesla
Motors, an automaker that specializes in the production of eco-friendly electric cars. In the
project, Tesla Motors developed software version 7.0 in which this carmaker sought to
introduce a technology dubbed autonomous driving that allows a Tesla car to have
autonomous or autopilot driving capabilities such as autopark, automatic emergency steering,
side collision warning, and auto lane change abilities. The student has correctly articulated
why this carmaker implemented the novel, ground-breaking project. The need for software
version 7.0 was derived from the desire by the senior executives at Tesla Motors to introduce
autonomous driving for the average car owners (Blanco, 2015). Prior to implementing this
autonomous driving project, the student clearly indicates that Tesla Motors conducted a

thorough study to determine the need for the new technology in the marketplace. On the
whole, before a company commits resources into pursuing a particular project, it is important
to first establish the need for the project in the marketplace and its potential value to the
company (Chen, 2011).


Blanco, S. (2015). Tesla software 7.0 brings big autopilot updates.

Chen, H. L. (2011). Predictors of project performance and the likelihood of project success.
Journal of International Management Studies, 6(2), 1

Patel, A., Bosela, P. A., & Delatte, N. J. (2012). 1976 Montreal Olympics: Case Study of
Project Management Failure. Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 27,

Staskiewicz, J. (2015). Dust collection projects: 8 tips to ensure success. Plant Engineering,
69, 60-62.

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