The methodologies developed by PMI (the Project Management Institute) are globally accepted as the de-facto standard for project management.
This can happen when a person moved to another country. It will take some time to adjust to the new (cultural) environment. Companies usually give cultural and manners training before they send employees for on-site jobs but still people might feel cultural shock.
Not all Project Managers are experts in mathematics. Remember this for basic EV calculations.
You can get these formulas from this triangle:
It says: "in a hierarchy every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence"
In other words - employees tend to be promoted until they reach a position at which they cannot work competently.
In real world you may have many examples. Managers will promote certain people considering their excellent work in past positions. Managers will promote them with the feeling they will excel in their promoted designation (Halo effect) also. In really due to expertize problems employee will perform poorly and same management will start blame games . When (usually) this employee will learn things (or fired out from this position) and goes on with the voyage.
“Congratulations! You passed at the Master's Level”
“You have now earned a Brainbench Master Certification in Project Management (2008), which is valid for 3 years from today's date.”
It in an unexpected incident. In Project Management context, while the execution of a contract, an unexpected fire or poor weather condition can occur which is a risk, which can delay or cause loss of project.
Usually buyers extend the deadlines allotted to sellers to manage the project completion.
Wiki link here.
Douglas McGregor Theory - This theory states that all workers belongs to either of two groups. We will call it as X and Y.
Ouchi Theory - People gets motivated by a sense of commitment, opportunity and advancement
McClelland Achievement (N-Ach) Theory - This theory is based on the idea that people have an achievement need. i.e. “a need for achievement”
Expectancy Theory – A person decides to behave in a certain way because they are motivated to select this specific behaviour
A good list of motivational theories can be found here.