Organizations need to keep their working premises clean through proper arrangement of the organization document. Some of these documents are vital for future reference; therefore, organizations need to develop various structures that would help them to keep their documents. One of the structures that help in achieving cleanliness in an organization is the executive desk, which compost of various drawers that an organization can use in keeping their back-up files (Fuller, 2011). In addition, these drawer cabinets are locked through the lockers they are made for, providing save storage of documents that are kept in them Moreover, an executive desk have a top and a space where secretaries can sit and be able to record and update their documents. The top can also act as a good surface for positioning office computers that provide further storage spaces for the office documents. The duration for developing the proposed executive desk will take 5 months with effect from 1st December 2012 to 1st May 2013, which follows the below timeline.
For the project to be completed in time, all the materials that are required should be delivered in time in order to avoid delay that may be caused during project development. For instance, in order to come up with the proposed executive desks, various materials are needed such as pieces of wood, nails, hammer, chipboard, and glue among other materials. Therefore, after having a proper plan for the development of the proposed executive desk, these material needs to delivered on time to their respective recipients (Smith, 2002). Moreover, funds that are located for the project to be accomplished should be given to the contractors in time for the process of developing the proposed executive desk to run as stipulated. The below illustration give the allocation of some of the materials that are to be used during the development.
[...] Moreover, the coordinators, after the completion of the project, will provide project manual system that will help users to use the executive desk. Lastly, coordinator will provide some of the safety measures in using the desk and steps to be taken in case of damage Project Organization In this part of the project, it provides some of the boundaries that the development of the proposed project operations (Flynn, 2001). Therefore, it provides the two interfaces of the project plan, the external and internal interfaces, and roles and responsibilities of the personnel's who are involve in the development of the project. [...]
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[...] Through this process of risk management, the project management team will be able to control various changes that they may face during the process (Waltzek, 2010). For instance, the management team should make sure that the process of delivering the project meets the allocation funds. This is important because in case of miss appropriation, achieving a successful production of the proposed project would be difficult. Technical Process Plans This part of the project shows the technical approaches that will be used in the process of the project development. [...]
[...] The managers will also be responsible for reporting any delay of changes that are faced during the development in order to make sure that the process of development is done as per the plan. Moreover, he or she will make sure that the evaluation of the project is done perfectly. Internal Project Stakeholders Workers These people are directly involve in the development of the proposed project but are not members of the team. The role of the workers is to provide workforce in the development of the project (Swendson, 2012). [...]
[...] Project Commitments The main aim of the project is to fulfil its purpose in which it was designed for at its completion. Therefore, in order for the process of development to run as stipulated, there is need for the project coordinators to continuously check and provide comments on the progress of development (Chen, 2011). Therefore, in the process of delivering information of the progress by the supervisors to their seniors, managers need to check the progress in order to confirm that the process is within the plan. [...]
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