I-02.03 Problem

I-02.03 Problem - I-02.03 Form a team with six other...

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I-02.03 Project Manager Your job is to keep this project on task. You will need to coordinate communication between team members. Further, you should identify a time schedule for completion of each task, and make sure the project stays on schedule. Your CEO is authorized to "fire" a team member that is not performing and find a replacement if necessary. If you experience a problem, you will need to discuss this with the CEO and identify an appropriate solution. Remember, it is not your job to do a specific task; your job is to organize labor so the task is successfully completed. CEO As chief executive officer, you must prepare a list of ten transactions for the first month of operation for your business. These transactions can be modeled after those found in earlier problems and the textbook illustrations. The 'transactions' should be unique, and include consideration of raising capital to start the business and operate for the first month. You can decide what business you are in, but assume it is a service business rather
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course ACCOUNTING 101 taught by Professor Hudack during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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I-02.03 Problem - I-02.03 Form a team with six other...

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