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Running head: head: PROJECT PROPOSAL 1
PROJECT PROPOSAL 2
Project Proposal: Initiating & Planning
Gregory Finney
BUS 517
Dr. Steve Englehart
Strayer University
May 11, 2019
Project Proposal: Initiating & Planning
Project Summary
My organization plans to expand its operations by improving
the accessibility of its products to different customers and
groups. Therefore, it has launched a market expansion project,
which will be comprised of team members who will identify
three outlets that are more convenient for customers to check in
and make purchase decisions. As part of the project scope, the
project team members will connect with businesses and
individuals to expand their market share for its hand-knitted
mats, dresses, and pullovers. The implementation of the project
will require training of Human Resource (HR) team members
who will operate within the newly established business
environments.
Project Goals and Objectives
Goals
1. To be one of the leading producers, suppliers, and seller of
hand-knitted mats, dresses, pullovers, curtains, and other home
and business garments.
2. To train and employ at least two hundred employees by the
end of six months.
3. To establish at least three manufacturing utilities and three
wholesale/retail outlets by the end of 12 months.
Objectives
1. To identify three manufacturing unit locations to rent or buy
three and three wholesale/retail outlets within the first month of
the project's commencement.
2. To train at least two hundred employees who have attained at
least a Six Sigma Green Belt certificate level on applying
problem-solving frameworks such as DMAIC: Define, Measure,
Analyze, Improve and Control and how to handle different roles
from knitting to sales and marketing within the first six months.
3. To establish a relationship with at least 20 businesses that
can be potential customers and retailers who can stock the
fabrics in their stores for display and sales within the first seven
months.
Key Customers and Stakeholders
The primary customer target market is art galleries, hotels and
guest houses, and chain stores. Secondary customers will be
individuals who can buy finished fabrics for personal use. The
primary customers were selected based on their capability to
purchase the finished products in bulk. Nevertheless, secondary
customers have the potential to provide a stable market for the
products even though they may not buy the goods in large
quantities. The main stakeholders for the project will be
shareholders who will be expected to fund the project
sufficiently for its expansion once the project starts. They
(stakeholders) are a crucial element of the project since their
financial support can cushion the project against collapsing, and
their input has the potential to ensure a quick start and rapid
growth (Muller, 2017). Another group of stakeholders are the
manufacturers and suppliers of wool yarns that will be used as
raw materials. The company will not be manufacturing yarn and
cotton sheets as raw materials for product production. Instead,
the company will solicit professional buyers to seek out and
purchase wool yarn from selected high-end manufacturers of
yarns. Those selected companies will serve as long-term
business partners and stakeholders in the project.
Milestones and Deliverables for the Project
Establishment of Production or Manufacturing Units
The first milestone for the project will be the establishment of
three manufacturing unit locations to rent or buy three and three
wholesale/retail outlets within the first month of the project's
commencement. These will be the places in which a group of
selected team leaders and their teams will work together to
transform the raw materials into finished products. To achieve
this, specialists will be sent to look for appropriate rental
facilities for the setup of the three production units. The
priority matrix specifies this task to be achieved within one
month from the onset of the project.
The second deliverable will be to employ and train at least two
hundred employees who have attained at least a Six Sigma
Green Belt certificate level on applying problem-solving
frameworks such as DMAIC: Define, Measure, Analyze,
Improve and Control and how to handle different roles from
knitting to sales and marketing within the first six months.
These employees will oversee production, distribution, sales,
and marketing of the products. Their training will be specialized
in that applicants who will be interested in the production
section will be trained solely in manufacturing and productions
of the products, whereas those who are interested in sales and
marketing will be trained in those specialized areas. This will
be done to ensure that employees work in the departments that
will enable them to handle the tasks that they think they can
perform best based on their interests to make the work more
enjoyable and increase their productivity (Ashforth, Kreiner,
Clark & Fugate, 2017).
The third milestone will be to establish a relationship with at
least 20 primary businesses within the first seven months of the
onset of the project. The trainees who opt for the sales and
marketing section of the project will begin to conduct
advertisements and marketing in ways that include approaching
the primary customers professionally and online advertising
after one month of their training (Patrutiu-Baltes, 2016). They
will also continue to look for additional customers throughout
the project.
Timelines of the Main Events
The project will start with the recruitment of 200 employees to
work and employ different sections of the project. Recruitment
will be based on applicants' areas of specialization, or areas of
interest. The recruitment process will run for two weeks.
Secondly, a selected team of ten current employees will be
tasked with the responsibility to look for appropriate locations
that the three productions and three sales units will be
established. This is expected to take no more than one month of
the project's allotted schedule. The employees will be trained in
these facilities till the end of the project and after the allotted
12 months. The next part of the project will be to conduct sales
and marketing. This will be done throughout the project even
after the 20 primary customers have been found. Management
will invite interested shareholders to fund the project
sufficiently for its expansion once the project starts. The actual
business activities will begin after six months.
Estimated Costs
Renting the six premises will cost approximately US$49,500 in
the 11 months. The equipment will cost about $10,000, while
employee training will cost about $10,000. Further, the costs of
marketing and advertisement will be about $10,000; and the
value of the raw materials to start with will be about $20,000.
Therefore, the total approximate cost of the project will be
US$99,500.
References
Ashforth, B. E., Kreiner, G. E., Clark, M. A., & Fugate, M.
(2017). Congruence work in stigmatized occupations: a
managerial lens on employee fit with dirty work. Journal of
Organizational Behavior, 38(8), 1260-1279.
Muller, R. (2017). Project governance. New York: Routledge.
Patrutiu-Baltes, L. (2016). Inbound Marketing-the most
important digital marketing strategy. Bulletin of the
Transylvania University of Brasov. Economic Sciences. Series
V, 9(2), 61-69.
Philosophy &101/Spring 2019 Homework #3: 40 Points
Shapiro Submit Canvas by 5/22/19 11:59PM
This assignment is intended to get you thinking about our
explorations in Philosophy of Religion. I think
it can be done well in about 3-4 pages; if you can do it more
concisely, that’s fine. If you need more
space, that’s acceptable, too. Also, please be prepared to
discuss your answers in class.
You will receive full credit (40 points) for this assignment by
taking it seriously and turning it in on
time. Late papers subject to a 5 point penalty.
1) Consider the philosophical question, “Does God Exist?”
With that in mind, write a dialogue
between two characters, each who has a different answer. You
can invent any characters you want
for the dialogue (or use actual philosophers if you want), just so
long as the characters refer (at least
indirectly) to arguments we have looked at in class.
2) Articulate one really good question that remains for you from
our discussions in Philosophy of
Religion. Say a few words about why this question intrigues
you and how you might continue
pursuing it in the future.
Outcome rubric for this assignment:
Component Advanced Developed Emerging
Does God
Exist?
dialogue
Student takes the assignment seriously
and writes a thoughtful, intriguing
dialogue, that draws clearly upon
arguments and ideas we have explored
in class.
Student fulfills the requirements of the
assignment and writes an adequate
dialogue that draws upon arguments and
ideas we have explored in class.
Student hasn’t really fulfilled the
requirements of the assignment;
needs to do more to create a
dialogue that draws upon
arguments and ideas we have
explored in class.
Question Student articulates a really good
question and explains clearly why they
are intrigued by it and how they might
pursue it in the future.
Student articulates an adequate question
and explains why they are intrigued by it
and how they might pursue it in the
future.
Student needs to more to articulate
an adequate question and explain
why they are intrigued by it and
how they might pursue it in the
future.

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  • 1. Running head: head: PROJECT PROPOSAL 1 PROJECT PROPOSAL 2 Project Proposal: Initiating & Planning Gregory Finney BUS 517 Dr. Steve Englehart Strayer University May 11, 2019 Project Proposal: Initiating & Planning Project Summary My organization plans to expand its operations by improving the accessibility of its products to different customers and groups. Therefore, it has launched a market expansion project,
  • 2. which will be comprised of team members who will identify three outlets that are more convenient for customers to check in and make purchase decisions. As part of the project scope, the project team members will connect with businesses and individuals to expand their market share for its hand-knitted mats, dresses, and pullovers. The implementation of the project will require training of Human Resource (HR) team members who will operate within the newly established business environments. Project Goals and Objectives Goals 1. To be one of the leading producers, suppliers, and seller of hand-knitted mats, dresses, pullovers, curtains, and other home and business garments. 2. To train and employ at least two hundred employees by the end of six months. 3. To establish at least three manufacturing utilities and three wholesale/retail outlets by the end of 12 months. Objectives 1. To identify three manufacturing unit locations to rent or buy three and three wholesale/retail outlets within the first month of the project's commencement. 2. To train at least two hundred employees who have attained at least a Six Sigma Green Belt certificate level on applying problem-solving frameworks such as DMAIC: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control and how to handle different roles from knitting to sales and marketing within the first six months. 3. To establish a relationship with at least 20 businesses that can be potential customers and retailers who can stock the fabrics in their stores for display and sales within the first seven months. Key Customers and Stakeholders The primary customer target market is art galleries, hotels and guest houses, and chain stores. Secondary customers will be individuals who can buy finished fabrics for personal use. The primary customers were selected based on their capability to
  • 3. purchase the finished products in bulk. Nevertheless, secondary customers have the potential to provide a stable market for the products even though they may not buy the goods in large quantities. The main stakeholders for the project will be shareholders who will be expected to fund the project sufficiently for its expansion once the project starts. They (stakeholders) are a crucial element of the project since their financial support can cushion the project against collapsing, and their input has the potential to ensure a quick start and rapid growth (Muller, 2017). Another group of stakeholders are the manufacturers and suppliers of wool yarns that will be used as raw materials. The company will not be manufacturing yarn and cotton sheets as raw materials for product production. Instead, the company will solicit professional buyers to seek out and purchase wool yarn from selected high-end manufacturers of yarns. Those selected companies will serve as long-term business partners and stakeholders in the project. Milestones and Deliverables for the Project Establishment of Production or Manufacturing Units The first milestone for the project will be the establishment of three manufacturing unit locations to rent or buy three and three wholesale/retail outlets within the first month of the project's commencement. These will be the places in which a group of selected team leaders and their teams will work together to transform the raw materials into finished products. To achieve this, specialists will be sent to look for appropriate rental facilities for the setup of the three production units. The priority matrix specifies this task to be achieved within one month from the onset of the project. The second deliverable will be to employ and train at least two hundred employees who have attained at least a Six Sigma Green Belt certificate level on applying problem-solving frameworks such as DMAIC: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control and how to handle different roles from knitting to sales and marketing within the first six months. These employees will oversee production, distribution, sales,
  • 4. and marketing of the products. Their training will be specialized in that applicants who will be interested in the production section will be trained solely in manufacturing and productions of the products, whereas those who are interested in sales and marketing will be trained in those specialized areas. This will be done to ensure that employees work in the departments that will enable them to handle the tasks that they think they can perform best based on their interests to make the work more enjoyable and increase their productivity (Ashforth, Kreiner, Clark & Fugate, 2017). The third milestone will be to establish a relationship with at least 20 primary businesses within the first seven months of the onset of the project. The trainees who opt for the sales and marketing section of the project will begin to conduct advertisements and marketing in ways that include approaching the primary customers professionally and online advertising after one month of their training (Patrutiu-Baltes, 2016). They will also continue to look for additional customers throughout the project. Timelines of the Main Events The project will start with the recruitment of 200 employees to work and employ different sections of the project. Recruitment will be based on applicants' areas of specialization, or areas of interest. The recruitment process will run for two weeks. Secondly, a selected team of ten current employees will be tasked with the responsibility to look for appropriate locations that the three productions and three sales units will be established. This is expected to take no more than one month of the project's allotted schedule. The employees will be trained in these facilities till the end of the project and after the allotted 12 months. The next part of the project will be to conduct sales and marketing. This will be done throughout the project even after the 20 primary customers have been found. Management will invite interested shareholders to fund the project sufficiently for its expansion once the project starts. The actual business activities will begin after six months.
  • 5. Estimated Costs Renting the six premises will cost approximately US$49,500 in the 11 months. The equipment will cost about $10,000, while employee training will cost about $10,000. Further, the costs of marketing and advertisement will be about $10,000; and the value of the raw materials to start with will be about $20,000. Therefore, the total approximate cost of the project will be US$99,500. References Ashforth, B. E., Kreiner, G. E., Clark, M. A., & Fugate, M. (2017). Congruence work in stigmatized occupations: a managerial lens on employee fit with dirty work. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38(8), 1260-1279. Muller, R. (2017). Project governance. New York: Routledge. Patrutiu-Baltes, L. (2016). Inbound Marketing-the most important digital marketing strategy. Bulletin of the Transylvania University of Brasov. Economic Sciences. Series V, 9(2), 61-69. Philosophy &101/Spring 2019 Homework #3: 40 Points Shapiro Submit Canvas by 5/22/19 11:59PM This assignment is intended to get you thinking about our explorations in Philosophy of Religion. I think it can be done well in about 3-4 pages; if you can do it more concisely, that’s fine. If you need more space, that’s acceptable, too. Also, please be prepared to discuss your answers in class.
  • 6. You will receive full credit (40 points) for this assignment by taking it seriously and turning it in on time. Late papers subject to a 5 point penalty. 1) Consider the philosophical question, “Does God Exist?” With that in mind, write a dialogue between two characters, each who has a different answer. You can invent any characters you want for the dialogue (or use actual philosophers if you want), just so long as the characters refer (at least indirectly) to arguments we have looked at in class. 2) Articulate one really good question that remains for you from our discussions in Philosophy of Religion. Say a few words about why this question intrigues you and how you might continue pursuing it in the future. Outcome rubric for this assignment: Component Advanced Developed Emerging Does God Exist? dialogue Student takes the assignment seriously
  • 7. and writes a thoughtful, intriguing dialogue, that draws clearly upon arguments and ideas we have explored in class. Student fulfills the requirements of the assignment and writes an adequate dialogue that draws upon arguments and ideas we have explored in class. Student hasn’t really fulfilled the requirements of the assignment; needs to do more to create a dialogue that draws upon arguments and ideas we have explored in class. Question Student articulates a really good question and explains clearly why they are intrigued by it and how they might pursue it in the future.
  • 8. Student articulates an adequate question and explains why they are intrigued by it and how they might pursue it in the future. Student needs to more to articulate an adequate question and explain why they are intrigued by it and how they might pursue it in the future.