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Contrasting deliverables


Earlier this semester I attended the last Field Research series, which had to do with deliverables.Two professionals from very different fields gave their perspective on the deliverable that their line of work require.

Deliverables (definition) : A project management term for the quantifiable goods or services that will be provided upon the completion of a project. Deliverables can be tangible or intangible parts of the development process, and are often specified functions or characteristics of the project.

One of the panelists was a consultant and an expert in health. He has been working with Geisinger to improve their operations. The other panelist was a visual artist. Deliverables for these panelists varied greatly and it was interesting to see how these professionals approached the deliverable, or final product, of their work. I will point out some of the differences that i found to be most important and interesting.

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Establishing Meaningful Client Relationships


The last Action Research panel focused on client relationships in the business and art world. Professor Matt Bailey presented a perspective on clients from a career in information systems and Professor Tulu Bayar presented a perspective on clients from a career as an artist. These two panelists provided very different viewpoints to business relationships than I had previously thought about, as I am not pursuing a career in either area; however, a combination of their perspectives provided an interesting comparison.

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