Vijayawada Restaurant Training Program Work Breakdown Structure

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Review the deliverables you identified in your scope statement. Now think about the task required to complete each deliverable. Document them in a work breakdown structure. Be sure to watch the video on that topic


Prepare your Work Breakdown Structure after viewing the PowerPoint attached. It will explain how to complete a WBS, how to create task names, and the difference between duration and effort

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PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT Note: Any work not explicitly included in the Project Scope Statement is implicitly excluded from the project. Project Name:. Intercontinental restaurant for quality food Prepared by: Ajay Bhanu Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 03/27/2019 1. Executive Summary Globalization brought about various issues in the modern day community. One of the positive effects of globalization is that it enables people from different communities to interact and learn how people from other communities live and carry out their activities. In that case, the development of an intercontinental restaurant requires that the management involved in the establishment should learn how to prepare food from different cultural groups in the aim of winning more people. The Vijayawada Intercontinental Restaurant aims at incorporating skills used by some of the public communities in the preparation of their meals. For instance, the proposed restaurant will offer well prepared French, Italian, Spanish meals which will not limit other communities. For an organization to succeed in its operation, they need to ensure that they offer quality services to their customers. In that case, the proposed restaurant will provide quality services to their visitors which will make them feel like they are in their home countries. 2. Business Objectives 2.1 Product Description (Solution): The Vijayawada Intercontinental Restaurant will operate in the food and beverage sector where the management of the organization will hire qualified and experienced personnel who can help in the preparation and presentation of cuisine from different communities. The proposed restaurant will additionally prepare quality food that will help in allowing visitors from different communities to experience the feeling from their home countries. 2.2 Business Objectives: One of the objectives of the proposed restaurant is to offer quality food products to the community they serve. The organization further aims to remain on top of the food and beverages industry where the management plans to ensure that they implement quality approaches that can enable the firm to outdo all the other firms offering related products. 3. Project Description For each area below, provide sufficient detail to define this project adequately: 3.1 Project Scope • Includes (list Deliverables): Business associates. The success of the proposed project will depend on the ability of the organization to have a smooth relationship with external investors. Training the chefs so that they can prepare quality food. Set up a communication tool that will enable secure communication between the organization and its customers. • Does Not Include: Support for any low-quality food product. The ability of the organization to conduct complex operations such as forming partnerships with other organizations. 3.2 Project Completion Criteria: For the proposed project to be complete, the management must ensure that they have provided the most crucial elements in the market. The project will also be termed as complete if the managerial team confirms that all the members of the community embrace the products that the organization will offer. 3.3 External Dependencies: The acquisition of approval for the available external organizations before the involvement in the project is one of the external dependency of the stated plan. The restaurant will depend on the suppliers who will provide the required raw materials. 3.4 Assumptions: One of the assumptions of this project is that the community will appreciate the cuisine that the firm will offer. The management further assumes that there will be minimum requirements in the entry to the market. The other primary assumption is that the location of the business will not negatively affect the success of the organization. 3.5 Constraints: Lack of the required resources that the organization needs to complete the proposed task. Another constraint is the fact that the organization may have limited time in the preparation of the proposed task. Completing the Work Breakdown Structure First Open the WBS template Gather your materials ◦ Your scope statement ◦ Your duration and effort estimates • Start by placing the name of your project in line 2 • Then • Place the deliverable titles in each of the deliverable line (i.e., line 3) • You can add line to add deliverables • Then • Place tasks in each of the task lines • these tasks are the activities that are needed to be done in order to “deliver: the deliverable • For each task, place the estimate of the duration and effort for each task in the proper column • these duration and effort estimates are done only for tasks; nothing should be in those columns for deliverables or for the project name • See as the next few slides for help on task names and durations and effort estimates Tasks Task titles tell team members what they are supposed to do ◦ They are written as direct, imperative statements ◦ They do not have to be extremely detailed ◦ When you get to MS Project, there will be a place to add detail such as check-lists, etc. ◦ They should be clear and concise ◦ Examples: ◦ Install software in Room B121 ◦ Conduct training for employee group 12 ◦ Remove old computers from rooms 615 and 617 Action …not stasis Remember ◦ You use action verbs to tell your team what they are supposed to do ◦ Micromanaging - NO ◦ Descriptive – YES ◦ Tasks involve change ◦ From one state of being to another Effort and Duration Effort (sometimes called Work) is an estimate of how long it should take to complete a task should it be done without a break ◦ Working the length of the work day over one or several days ◦ Working until it is done Duration is an estimate of the number of project calendar days you are allowing the team member (or members) to use in order to complete the task ◦ While a task may have an effort estimate of 16 hours, you realize that the team may have other duties, so you allow 3 days duration for the work to be done When Finished You Work Breakdown should be akin to the example shown in the next slide ...
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Task Name

Vijayawada Restaurant Training Program
Program Initiation
Develop the project charter
Develop the project schedule
Source for funds
Training Approval
Program Planning
Perform training need assessment
Pre-arrange required materials
Source for the trainer
Review inter-organizational communication process
Program Execution
Delivering the training session 1 (French dishes)
Delivering the training ses...

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Anonymous
Thanks, good work

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