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The assignment is centred on creating project scheduling documents about a likely project plan for a new business venture. For the assignment, assume that you and your group want to start a new business, and you need to develop a project schedule for this new business. It will be a joint business, and you will all be involved in planning it. You must use a group agreement, and you should peer-review the work of everyone in the group at the end.
WARNING - Do not actually set up a business or apply for an ABN! This is a desk top planning exercise and you have not been asked to start a real business!
Choose a business from the list below.
Conduct online research to establish the likely activities and their sequence that would be required to get this project started. Hint - think about both the project and the product.
Refer to the unit textbook for guidance about defining the scope, eliciting requirements and defining your WBS. You can simulate obtaining this information - you do not need to go and interview anyone.
Assignment Deliverables -
1. A detailed WBS for your new business.
2. A project network created from your WBS.
3. A realistic schedule based on the WBS and project network.
4. A summary report (not exceeding 2000 words) explaining what you have done and any scheduling and control recommendations that you will follow as a result of your research to ensure your project is a success. Base this on your research and make it specific to your new business venture. Do not 'cut and paste' ideas from the unit textbook.
5. Provide evidence to support any recommendations you make (tailor these to your new business, and link these to the specific type of project/industry you are entering).
6. (Create a summary video using Panopto - itshould be no more than 15 minutes long and all members of your project team should take turns in summarising your findings. Try and make the video professional, interesting and enjoyable.)just a short script summarising findings is needed no need for a video
Business Ideas - Choose any one of the business ideas below. Try to choose one that is realistic and understandable Impress your assessor by choosing one that other groups have not chosen.
New Business List
1. Antique Business - Make new money from old treasures and have fun doing it! Scout garage sales, estate auctions and swap-meet/markets for great buys on antique furniture, toys, clothing and other treasures from the past. Then rent space at antique cooperatives or set up a stall at a weekend fairs to sell your antiques.
2. Custom jewellery and accessories - Put your creative talents to work designing custom jewellery and accessories. Whether you work with sterling silver or recycled metals, clay or papier-ma^che´, there's a market for your custom earrings, pins, bracelets, necklaces and belt buckles at art shows, crafts fairs and holiday boutiques.
3. Garage, shed and attic cleaning/hauling service - Nobody likes to spend a weekend cleaning out the garage, attic or garden shed - it's dirty and time-consuming, and when it's done, there's still the task of hauling off all that discarded junk. But if you don't mind putting in the physical labour, a cleaning and hauling service can be a lot of fun. You can usually find a few treasures among the trash which most people are delighted to give away, and you can add to your income by recycling bottles, newspapers and metal castoffs. You'll need a pick-up truck or other vehicle capable of carrying everything from cast-iron sinks to old timbers.
4. Mobile window tint - With some training and basic equipment, you'll be seeing plenty of things clearly with your mobile window-tinting business. For best results, have a phone and van ready to help car, van, truck or home owners prevent heat damage to their vehicles/building interiors.
5. Personal trainer - Pumping iron; pumping profits. Australians of all ages, sizes and shapes want to keep fit, trim and healthy, and they're willing to hire their own personal coach to exercise correctly. Spread the word about your physical-fitness expertise at health spas, running, swimming and biking clubs, and other athletic outlets.
6. Picture framer - Get in the frame with a picture framing service. You can work with gallery owners, artists, portrait photographers and individuals who've purchased a print, painting or fine photo. If you aren't already a framing expert, read up, take classes at a local college or community centre, then assemble your tools - including clamps, saws, mitre boxes, glue, and a pneumatic or hand stapler. Establish relationships with local artists' groups, galleries, photographers and print shops that can give you their business or refer their customers to you.
7. Records search - Using specialised databases, you'll search public records on your computer to help your clients find lost loves, check out questionable suitors, track down debtors, verify a contractor's track record, or dig up facts on a business opportunity. Clients include attorneys, business owners and individuals.
Note - You must only use one from the above list. You cannot nominate your own business.
Attachment:- Assignment File.rar