Office_Move_Scenario

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Office Move Scenario You are the application engineering unit manager in the branch office of a corporation with headquarters in another city. Your branch office provides sales, application engineering and service operations to customers in a five state area, and some of the 32 employees of the branch use the office nearly 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The owner of the building the branch office now occupies has sold the building, and the new owner wants to take over the branch's space. The new owner has told the branch to move out in thirty days (covering four weekends), which is the minimum the lease allows. The branch manager is privately pleased with the requirement, as the current space was planned to accommodate only 24 people, and the need to accommodate the additional eight people added in the last two years has caused overcrowding and resulting inefficiencies in the operation. The company headquarters sent down the corporate administration manager who found an office about 30 minutes across town that will accommodate the needs of the branch, including additional space for those employees recently added, and room for anticipated expansion. The administration manager has negotiated a lease with the new office owners. The new office will be cleaned and ready for occupancy the weekend after next. The branch manager has appointed you as the project manager for the move; you were told to ensure that the move is a successful one. You have been guaranteed the full cooperation of everyone in the
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