Friday, November 15, 2019
Coffee Shop Project Management
Coffee Shop Project Management Anas AlsalahatÃ Introduction The Petra Coffee Shop requires an elaborate project management plan. Through a detailed project plan, it will be possible for the business to be implemented and come to completion. The project plan will identify all the deliverables that will be required during the project development and implementation. Additionally, the plan will provide some alternatives that will enhance its achievement of the project if the identified process fails. For the success of the project, there is need to have all the required resources. The availability of the resources will enhance the seamless adoption of the new measures that will result in the full development of the Petra Coffee Shop. The work breakdown structure Number Task Start Date Finish Date Resource Project announcement and assignment 2/15/16 12/20/16 Budget, management, executive teams Petra Coffee shop meeting announcement 2/15/16 12/15/17 Departmental Petra Coffee shop meeting to make announcement for restructure/reorganization Employee evaluation and reassignment 2/21/16 3/21/16 Policy/member services with management and HR IT/ Configuration upgrade systems 2/15/16 3/18/16 Technical support, configuration, IT Interior decorating and staging new areas 3/1/16 3/15/16 Design and human resource Meet with stakeholders. Write project plan including communication, change 3/5/16 3/5/16 Executive department, stakeholders, management Management and risk management plans 2/25/16 3/25/16 Risk management Handover areas of accountability 2/16/16 5/16/16 Executive, management, HR, talent advisories Training update, certification, management, ready to implement new goals and objectives 2/15/16 12/15/16 Human resources New division/ departments created 2/17/16 12/17/16 Management, services teams, supervision Update project plans 12/1/16 12/1/16 Executive department, stakeholders, management Provide performance report 2/15/16 12/15/16 Department management Formalize the conclusion of project 12/28/16 12/15/16 Executive department, leadership team for organization project Budget meeting to confirm stats and budget 1/1/16 12/1/16 Executive department, leadership team for organization project New hire/ surveillance, training, reorganizing positions 1/1/16 12/1/16 Human resource and talent manager Department board update 2/1/16 12/1/16 Executive, department, leadership team for organization project. Revitalize project Petra Coffee shop meeting update 1/15/16 12/15/17 Overall Petra Coffee shop meeting all employees Put up security systems and measures 1/5/16 12/25/16 Security personnel and equipment Conducting environmental audit and assessment 12/2/16 12/18/16 Environmental specialist Put up mitigation and contingencies planning 1/1/16 12/6/17 Mitigation policies and plans, budget Analyze and evaluate project plan 12/2/16 12/27/16 Budget, additional equipment Grand re-opening for the Petra Coffee shop. 12/1/17 12/6/17 Project manager Risk management plan and Qualitative analysis Negligible Marginal Critical Catastrophic Certain High High Extreme Extreme Likely Moderate High High Extreme Possible Low Moderate High Extreme Unlikely Low Low Moderate Extreme Rare Low Low Moderate High The business. The risks are categorized into was, and one looks at how they impact on the firm. Some risks cause negligible effects to the operation of the Petra Coffee shop. These effects can be ignored, and the companies and the business will continue functioning just fine (McNeil et al, 2015). Marginal effects will call for the business to need to act though these risks can be ignored but not for extended periods of time. Lastly, critical risks call for the business to identify ways and measures that need to be identified and implemented for the success of the firm. On the other hand, its not a guarantee that these risks will occur. Therefore, they are categorized as certain, likely, possible, unlikely and rare (Haimes, 2015). Certain risks are the ones that the business is sure they will occur while the rare ones are the risks whose chances of happening are very small no matter their effects to the operations of the Petra Coffee Business. Risk identification and categorization Risk category Possible negative risk areas Possible positive risk areas Strategy Business performance Investor relations Communication of strategic direction set by board Joint venture management Planning Target setting, vision and goals New business opportunities Strategy development Management activity Human resources Remuneration and entitlements Workplace industrial relations Employee safety and health Employment practices Performance incentivisation Workers compensation Diversity Recruitment and retention Communication Skills availability, training and development Information technology Data security Service maintenance Sharing of classified information Data management Service delivery System development and new systems Data integrity Availability Marketing Image and reputation Customer service Obsolescence Competitive positioning Product liability New products Project management Research and development Trademarks pricing and costing Risk response planning There are various risks that the Petra Coffee Shop business will face during the project development process. These risks will need solid plans that will contribute to overcoming them that ensures they do not impact on the business negatively. First, careful planning and identification of alternatives. Through careful planning, it will be possible to identify the risks that face the business. The identification of risk will result to their anticipation (Aven, 2015). As such, the Petra Coffee Shop project management will determine the available alternatives that could be implemented if the main project fails. The implementation of the alternatives will facilitate the continuity of the project which will see the project come to an end successfully. Secondly, availability of finances avails sufficient resources; the project management will have enough financial base that will enable them to overcome most of the obstacles that will be anticipated along the way or the barriers that were just emergencies. The ability to have such resources makes it possible for the project to continue and come to an end (Aven, 2015). Additionally, financial resources facilitate the integration of the new alternatives that had been earlier identi fied. References Aven, T. (2015). Risk analysis. John Wiley Sons. Haimes, Y. Y. (2015). Risk modeling, assessment, and management. John Wiley Sons. McNeil, A. J., Frey, R., Embrechts, P. (2015). Quantitative risk management: Concepts, techniques and tools. Princeton university press.