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Project Management Case Study

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Contents

Introduction        

Executive Summary        

Question 1.1 MUSC Invitational Soccer Tournament  WBS.        

Question 1.2 ORGANISATION BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE.        

Question 1.2. MUSC Linear Responsibility Chart.        

Question 1.3.  Start, Finish, Slack and Critical path calculation.        

Question 1.3 Manchester United Sococer Club Tournament - Critical Path        

Question 1.3 MUSC Tournament Project schedule.        

        

Bibliography.        


Introduction

MUSC  needed extra revenue for refurbishment and expanding of the number of soccer fields at the Rock Rimmon soccer complex. This Project  plan will assist with detailed steps to achieve a well-planned, cost effective soccer tournament, that generates the funds for the MUSC . The project will follow the steps as outlined on the WBS, activity documents, project schedule and linear responsibility matrix.

Executive Summary

MUSC board of directors have decided to sponsor an invitational tournament, in order to raise funds to raise fund. refurbish and expand the number soccer fields. The fund will also be used for the club scholarship. The soccer tournament has been known to raise between $50000 and $70000 for the hosting team.

Question 1.1.

List of major deliverables:

  • Finding Sponsors (Finance)
  • Playing Soccer Fields
  • Tournament Structure and rules and regulations
  • Match Officials and artists ( Procurement)
  • Tournament logistics
  • Indirect revenue
  • Marketing
  • Closing Ceremony and awards
  • Revenue raised

Question 1.1 MUSC Invitational Soccer Tournament  WBS.

MUSC Invitational Soccer Tournament WBS

No

Task Name

Duration in Days

Start date

End Date

Dependency / Predecessor

Responsibility  Functions

1

Finding Sponsors

7

0

1.1.1

Contact possible sponsors

5

1.1.2

Sponsor selecting

1

1.1.3

List of committed sponsor and amounts.

1

2

Planning soccer fields

9

0

2.1.

Fields

8

2.1.1

Contact local colleges to search soccer fields

5

2.1.1

Inspect fields for suitability

(Check fields design and dimension, halves , penalty spots , shades  for players and VIP  areas)

2

2.1.2

Book and hire fields for selected dates

1

2.2

Playing equipment

1

2.2.1

Nets

1(c)

2.2.2

Purchase soccer balls

1(c)

2.2.3

Hire pa equipment

1(c)

2.2.4

Display boards( scores, and schedule)

1(c)

3

Tournament structures and rules  & regulations

6

Predessor is 2 PF

3.1

Tournament structure

1

3.1.1

Number of teams & matches

1(c)

3.1.2

Tournament format

1(c)

3.1.3

Tournament  schedule with  dates and times

1(c)

3.1.4

 Opening and welcome

1(c)

3.2

Team registration and screening

2

3.2.1

Team screening

2(c)

3.2.2

Define team  categories(age Groups)

1(c)

3.2.1

Team registration fee

1(c)

3.3

Tournament Rules and regulation

1

3.3.1

Team selection rules

1(c)

3.3.2

Acceptable conduct

1(c)

3.4

Spectator entry control.

1

3.5

Tournament registration with associations

1

4

Match officials and artists

8

Predescessor 2 , 3 & 8

4.1

Match official

1

4.1.1

Main referees screening

1 (c)

4.1.2

Screening  of assistant referees

1 (c )

4.2

Volunteer(Medic ,security, scoreboard operators and commentators

1 (c )

4.2.1

Inform local police, fire department and hospitals

1 (c )

4.3

Artists for design of T-shirts, and sweatshirts

3

4.4

design and production of kit with sponsor logos

3

5

Tournament logistics

1

Pred 2, 3

5.1

Transport of equipment’s between venues and matches

1

6

Indirect revenue sources

5

Pred 2

6.1

Organize sales of refreshment for spectators.

1

6.3

Exhibitors

2

6.4

Kid entertainment

2

7

Closing ceremony and rewards

8

Pred 1,2, 3, 4

7.1

Media coverage

3

7.2

Awards

2

7.2.1

Sub-committee to research award options

1

7.2.2

Trophy for winning team

1

7.2.3

Participation certificates

1

7.2.4

Player of the tournament  award

1

7.2.5

Top goal scorer award

1

7.3

Closing ceremony

3

7.3.1

Volunteer choreographer

1

7.3.2

Function

2

8.

 Marketing

7

Pred 1 & 2

8.1

Brand and logo

3

8.2

Advertising in local newspaper , Tv and radio

2

8.3

Fliers and posters

2 ( c )

8.4

Banners and adverts of sponsors

2

8.5

Competition to win VIP tickets

1 ( c )

9.

Revenue Raised

9.1

Accumulated Revenue

1


Question 1.2 ORGANISATION BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE.

ORGANISATION BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE

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Question 1.2. MUSC Linear Responsibility Chart.

Task Description

Procurement

Technical

Finance

Project Office

1

Finding Sponsors

Eric ( P)

1.1.1

Contact possible sponsors

Jane(S)

1.1.2

Sponsor selecting

Eric (P)& Jane(S)

1.1.3

List of committed sponsor and amounts.

Eric (P)

2

Planning soccer fields

John (P)

2.1.

Fields

John (P)

Tom (S)

2.1.1

Contact local colleges to search soccer fields

John (P)

Tom (S)

2.1.1

Inspect fields for suitability

(Check fields design and dimension, halves , penalty spots , shades  for players and VIP  areas)

John (P)

Tom (S)

2.1.2

Book and hire fields for selected dates

John (P)

Tom (S)

2.2

Playing equipment

Ron (P)

Tom (S)

2.2.1

Nets

Ron (P)

Tom (S)

2.2.2

Purchase soccer balls

Ron (P)

Tom (S)

2.2.3

Hire pa equipment

Ron (P)

Tom (S)

2.2.4

Display boards( scores, and schedule)

Ron (P)

Tom (S)


Task Description

Procurement

Technical

Finance

Project Office

3

Tournament structures and rules  & regulations

P

S

3.1

Tournament structure

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.1.1

Number of teams & matches

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.1.2

Tournament format

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.1.3

Tournament  schedule with  dates and times

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.1.4

 Opening and welcome

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.2

Team registration and screening

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.2.1

Team screening

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.2.2

Define team  categories(age Groups)

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.2.1

Team registration fee

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.3

Tournament Rules and regulation

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.3.1

Team selection rules

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.3.2

Acceptable conduct

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.4

Spectator entry control.

Peter Peter(P)

Anne(S)

3.5

Tournament registration with associations

Peter(P)

Anne(S)

Task Description

Procurement

Technical

Finance

Project Office


Task Description

Procurement

Technical

Finance

Project Office

4

Match officials and artists

P

S

4.1

Match official

Brenda(P)

Tom(S)

4.1.1

Main referees screening

Brenda(P)

Tom(S)

4.1.2

Screening  of assistant referees

Brenda(P)

Tom(S)

4.2

Volunteer(Medic ,security, scoreboard operators and commentators

Brenda(P)

Tom(S)

4.2.1

Inform local police, fire department and hospitals

Brenda(P)

Tom(S)

4.3

Artists for design of T-shirts, and sweatshirts

Brenda(P)

Tom(S)

4.4

design and production of kit with sponsor logos

Brenda(P)

Tom(S)

5

Tournament logistics

P

5.1

Transport of equipment’s between venues and matches

Anne(P)

6

Indirect revenue sources

P

6.1

Organize sales of refreshment for spectators.

Anne(P)

6.3

Exhibitors

Anne(P)

6.4

Kid entertainment

Anne(P)


Task Description

Procurement

Technical

Finance

Project Office

7

Closing ceremony and rewards

P

P

P

S

7.1

Media coverage

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.2

Awards

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.2.1

Sub-committee to research award options

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.2.2

Trophy for winning team

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.2.3

Participation certificates

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.2.4

Player of the tournament  award

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.2.5

Top goal scorer award

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.3

Closing ceremony

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.3.1

Volunteer choreographer

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

7.3.2

Function

John(P)

Peter (P)

Eric (P)

Anne(S)

8.

 Marketing

P

P

8.1

Brand and logo

John(P)

Eric (P)

8.2

Advertising in local newspaper , Tv and radio

John(P)

Eric (P)

8.3

Fliers and posters

John(P)

Eric (P)

8.4

Banners and adverts of sponsors

John(P)

Eric (P)

8.5

Competition to win VIP tickets

John(P)

Eric (P)

9.

Revenue Raised

P

9.1

Accumulated Revenue

John(S)

Eric (P)

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