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Taylor Brown PROJ 420 Project Week 1 Assignment Project Topic Proposal and Outline Topic: For the Course Project for this class I would like to prepare my risk managem on the topic of “Scheduling a United States Music Tour.” I am currently tryi Tour that will include recording music, setting up a webpage for social netwo venues, hiring tour managers, and booking places to perform. A brief overview of my project is that I’ve always wanted to book and play a to showcase my solo acoustic guitar music. This project is driven by the fac record deal and that it can be possible to book a tour and be successful witho capital. If I can get my music and name out there by myself at first, I can su record deal by a larger company. Outline: (Not a WBS and, remember, these are only things to be considered, all are NOT required. 1.0 Planning a Tour 2.0 RISK MANGEMENT PLANNING 2.a. Approach 2.b. Project charter/goals 2.c. Roles and Responsibilities 2.d. Risk Tolerances 2.e Budget and Timing 2.f. Reporting and Tracking 3.0 RISK IDENTIFICATION 3.a. Identify Risks Fast food, not doing exercises, not eating healthy 3.b. Identify Triggers 3.c. Categorize Risks 3.d. Assumptions Analysis 3.e. Diagramming Inputs to Other Processes
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ment plan based ing to plan my Music orking, researching and independent tour ct that I do not have a music out a lot of initial urely land a larger .)
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Taylor Brown PROJ 420 Project Work Breakdown Schedule Week 3 Assignment 1.0 Recording a Demo Album for Promotion 1.1 Picking a Studio to Record Album 1.2 Assemble Team to Record 1.3 Assemble Team to Mix 1.4 Assemble Team to Master 1.5 Make copies of the album for mailing to venues 2.0 Creating Social Networking/Website 2.1 Assemble Team to create major music network accounts 2.1.2 Create Itunes Account 2.1.3 Create Myspace Account 2.1.4 Create Facebook Account 2.1.5 Create Personal Website 2.2 Post Recorded Album to all accounts 2.3 Add Photos to the accounts with contact information 2.4 Add "Friends" in the network with similar music interests 2.5 Put together a Mailing List for fans 3.0 Booking Venues 3.1 Establish starting tour date for 7 City Western US Tour 3.2 Find Venue in Reno, NV for 10-31-10 3.3 Find Venue in San Fransico, CA for 11-1-10 3.4 Find Venue in Los Angeles, CA for 11-2-10 3.5 Find Venue in Las Vegas, NV for 11-3-10 3.6 Find Venue in Phoenix, AZ for 11-4-10 3.7 Find Venue in Denver, CO for 11-6-11 3.8 Find Venue in Salt Lake City, UT for 11-8-10 4.0 Touring Cost Estimates 4.1 Estimate miles of travel between each stop 4.2
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