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One of the Man

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Hello Gary & Issac

We need some minor changes: 1) Date needed in right corner 2) Indent problem: We need the correct symbol (-) & (+) on the task section. You can change it by going in the task bar. Hiding and showing the outline. Make sure the outline & summary task is (Checked mark) In the Gantt Chart Tools tab, check the box marked Outline Number in the Show/Hide group. Stated by direction 3) @ the begin of the tasks: We should delete Unique Sports Cuts for number #1, then put #2 Opening of Unique Sports Cuts w/ proper indent. (Not just number used)! Then for # 2, put Target Marketing. 4) Task need to be un-link. DO NOT LINK SUMMARY TASKS! Stated by direction! 5) We had 6 subtask and we only supposed to have three. 25-30 tasks total. It should look like this
Example: (-) 1 Opening of Unique Sports Cuts (-) 1.1Target Marketing 1.1.1 Task 1.1.2 Task so on…… (-) 1.2 Recruitment of Employee 1.2.1 Task 1.2.2 Task so on…… (-) 1.3Contractors Selected 1.2.1 Task 1.3.2 Task so on……
(-) 1.4 Design Planning 1.4.1 Task 1.4.2 Task so on……
(-) 1.5 Grand Opening (This part is fine! Just fix indent)
(-) 1.5 Project Meeting (This part is correct! Just fix indent) 1.5.1 Project Meeting 1 1.5.2 Project Meeting 2 so on…..

Your WBS should have a minimum of 25–30 tasks and be three subtasks deep. State by direction!
6) Dates look great!!!
7) Instead of drinks, how about hair product, refreshment product….
8) I think we don’t need design approval because that play a role in acquisition of the shop and design planning already!
9) I personally think Target Marketing should start off with bank loan application, because as a business that’s how it works.
10) I think we should add business card somewhere
11) I think we should add contractor development & Register business too! Under contractor, Just a thought!
12) Bids is a good idea with the contractors because it show we can pay with a cheaper price. Bidding approval should be 1 day.
13) Uniform approval need to be located in recruitment area
14) For opening of Unique Sport Cuts should have total duration days and target marketing should have duration time too. Don’t forget!!!!!
15) Double check project statistics! That’s all
How this look below?
For: Recruitment of employee 1. Creation of job posting 2. Selection and interview of candidates 3. Orientation session /Training 4. Uniform approval

* Gary your format looks great, but some minor change would help * Issac your format has a lot going on in the Gantt chart

I will type up the participates today and post, since I can’t upload format. Sorry I can’t pull up the Microsoft Project software for some reason still, I did re-download it and still haven’t change. Hopefully week 5 is not as crazy this week.

Overall things look great! We need to use Gary format because it seem it would be easier to change and it’s not link.

Important! We should have a total of 4 print out!!

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