word file comp sana.docx - COMP 1115 Assignment 1 Part 1 1 Write up a project goal Manufacturing jeans Mission to develop high quality trendy denim

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COMP 1115 Assignment 1 Part 1 1. Write up a project goal. Manufacturing jeans. Mission: to develop high quality, trendy denim wears for all groups and offering customers a wide range of products. 2. Create a Microsoft Project File for your project. 3. Develop a series of tasks and sub-tasks for this project. There should be no fewer than twelve tasks with specific durations. (not including Summary Tasks (ex. Analysis) and milestones for example). Tasks should make logical sense. Put these tasks into your project file in the correct order. Try to group them appropriately using a clear Work Breakdown Structure. 4. Think about reasonable durations for your tasks. 5. What kinds of dependencies will you need to link tasks with? Finish to start dependencies as well as start to start dependency is followed in my project.
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COMP 1115 Assignment 1 You will hand in the project file from Blackboard. You will also have to
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Unformatted text preview: answer some questions below in a short written printout (with your Project Goal). Part 2 1. Choose Start or Finish dates for your project. Decide if you will Schedule from Project Start Date or Schedule from Project Finish Date. Briefly explain your choice. (You may need more room than that provided below). 2. Set reasonable and logical Durations for all your tasks. 3. Create Dependencies among the Tasks. Explain any points where you included non-Finish-to-Start (FS) Dependencies. 4. Include at least two Milestones. 5. Include lag or lead (negative lag) time at least twice in your project. Briefly explain your choices. 6. Schedule at least two holidays over the course of your project. 7. Include at least two Recurring Tasks in your project. 8. Create a logical Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) by creating Summary Tasks....
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