Project scope and project management plan
Defining the project scope is very vital in identifying the project authenticity. If the project scope is not fully defined, there will be various challenges in the project, especially during the project initial stages.
The project that the department will be analyzing is how to develop and manufacture a first class motorcycle. The department that has been trusted with the mandate of implementing the project will have a semi-autonomous structure. The department will have the role of making small purchases, making payments and carrying out production based on its specific reports. The department will have its administration and staff, …show more content…
The employees are expected to have the relevant expertise in their various departments so that the project can be a success. The employees will be expected to be up-to-date with the current trends in order to provide the company with an upper edge over their competitors. For instance, the engineers must be well equipped with current models and software. This is likely to help them in preventing coming up with designs that are out of date (Craig, 2014).
There is the need for the staff to have relevant experience. This will help them understand the kind of procedures to adopt during the project development. Creativity will be an important factor, since; the main purpose of the project is to come up with larger motorcycles.
Creativity will assist greatly in identifying the kind of designs that are unique and can easily be put in practice. Creativity in the department can be encouraged by establishing a platform where every employee can showcase his ideas.
Hard work will also be an integral factor for all the employees. Hard work will be required as a way of ensuring that discipline and high standards is maintained. The staff will also be expected to be cooperative. Following instructions from both the manager and the supervisor will ensure smooth running of the …show more content…
The entire team will participate in coming up with the designs.
Assessment of cost
This involves assessment of the cost of the chosen design and the whole project. Other factors such as; the cost of raw materials, time and labor; will all be considered. The data generated in cost assessment is vital in determining the pricing of the final product as well as the funding of the whole project.
Production of prototype The manufacturing departments will study different designs and come up with relevant prototypes. The prototypes will be assessed and analyzed whether they meet the expected standards.
Once suitable prototypes have been chosen, the management team will decide on the best price for the different product prices. The management will put into consideration, the materials used during production, labor per unit, individual output and other related resources that have been utilized during product manufacture. In addition, the management will also put into consideration, the pricing of similar products in the global