Research Project I: The Martian Movie assignment (250 Pt) The movie “The Martian

Research Project I: The Martian Movie assignment (250 Pt)
The movie “The Martian” can be viewed through the framework of project management. There are two different but simultaneous projects going on in The Martian. One is the survival project of Mark Watney and the other is the project aiming to save him. Watney has the right skills for his survival project: he’s a botanist, he knows how to repair a broken Pathfinder and the most important thing is he doesn’t panic even in his first day alone on Mars. On the other hand, he’s not alone in this project. The members of the ‘remote’ team helping him are trying their best to achieve their goal. This is a good example for the importance of the communication between the team even if they are far away!
For this assignment, as we watch the movie, you will be required to address the following questions and answer them.  
Your paper should be Times New Roman, 12pt font and double spaced. Margins of the paper should be 1”. Do not allow your margins to be reduced by utilizing bullet point margins. This will lead to point deductions. Only Pinto textbook needs to be cited; do not worry about citing the movie. (30 Pt). Please use the following link for APA samples: https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/paper-format/sample-papers
Question #1 (1 full page) (44Pt)
The definition of a project as provided by Pinto (2019): A project is a unique venture with a beginning and end, conducted by people to meet established goals within parameters of cost, schedule, and quality. A project can be considered to be any series of activities and tasks that: 
• Have a specific objective to be completed within certain specifications
• Have defined start and end dates 
• Have funding limits, if applicable 
• Consume human and nonhuman resources, such as money, people, equipment 
• Are multifunctional (i.e., cut across several functional lines)
How does this definition fit the movie personalities and events versus just operations management?
Question #2 (~3 pages or 1 page each process) (132 Pt)
Select 3 of the project management processes below. For each of the 3 you must 1) provide a brief description of each process, 2) describe how Mark Watney or one of the project teams manages this process, and 3) provide a specific good example of the management of this process from the movie and why this is a good example. 
Perform Integrated Change Control
Validate and Control Scope
Team development
Control Schedule
Control Costs
Control Quality
Control Resources
Monitor Communications
Monitor Risks
Control Procurements
Manage Stakeholder Engagement
Question #3 (1/2 to 1 full page) (44 Pt)
Do you think Mark Watney is a champion? Why or why not?

Research Project I: The Martian Movie assignment (250 Pt) The movie “The Martian

Research Project I: The Martian Movie assignment (250 Pt)
The movie “The Martian” can be viewed through the framework of project management. There are two different but simultaneous projects going on in The Martian. One is the survival project of Mark Watney and the other is the project aiming to save him. Watney has the right skills for his survival project: he’s a botanist, he knows how to repair a broken Pathfinder and the most important thing is he doesn’t panic even in his first day alone on Mars. On the other hand, he’s not alone in this project. The members of the ‘remote’ team helping him are trying their best to achieve their goal. This is a good example for the importance of the communication between the team even if they are far away!
For this assignment, as we watch the movie, you will be required to address the following questions and answer them.  
Your paper should be Times New Roman, 12pt font and double spaced. Margins of the paper should be 1”. Do not allow your margins to be reduced by utilizing bullet point margins. This will lead to point deductions. Only Pinto textbook needs to be cited; do not worry about citing the movie. (30 Pt). Please use the following link for APA samples: https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/paper-format/sample-papers
Question #1 (1 full page) (44Pt)
The definition of a project as provided by Pinto (2019): A project is a unique venture with a beginning and end, conducted by people to meet established goals within parameters of cost, schedule, and quality. A project can be considered to be any series of activities and tasks that: 
• Have a specific objective to be completed within certain specifications
• Have defined start and end dates 
• Have funding limits, if applicable 
• Consume human and nonhuman resources, such as money, people, equipment 
• Are multifunctional (i.e., cut across several functional lines)
How does this definition fit the movie personalities and events versus just operations management?
Question #2 (~3 pages or 1 page each process) (132 Pt)
Select 3 of the project management processes below. For each of the 3 you must 1) provide a brief description of each process, 2) describe how Mark Watney or one of the project teams manages this process, and 3) provide a specific good example of the management of this process from the movie and why this is a good example. 
Perform Integrated Change Control
Validate and Control Scope
Team development
Control Schedule
Control Costs
Control Quality
Control Resources
Monitor Communications
Monitor Risks
Control Procurements
Manage Stakeholder Engagement
Question #3 (1/2 to 1 full page) (44 Pt)
Do you think Mark Watney is a champion? Why or why not?

Your task: You must identify a specific, local problem (either in Arizona or in

Your task:
You must identify a specific, local problem (either in Arizona or in your hometown) that you have personally experienced or witnessed. Your argument will take the form of a narrative that highlights how you have in some way been affected by an important societal issue, with further elaboration on the issue to help the audience understand its importance. The problem must be specific enough that your argument is something new and original coming from you, and broad enough that you can eventually research it in more depth and address it in a problem-solution proposal paper.
Some examples of topics:
A local public health issue that has affected members of your family
A problem in city infrastructure (e.g., lack of public transportation, or unsustainable forms of energy production) that has personally affected your life
A personal experience of discrimination that has made you or others close to you feel threatened