Hms Pinafore

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Executive Summary
The University of Western Ontario’s is known for putting off several fine operettas over the past few years. This year, Francis Vanden Hoven is the producer of the “H.M.S. Pinafore” which will be taking place from January 13 – January 22. Francis is a student enrolled in the honorary two yea business administration program at the university. Despite being an eager student to take on this role, he has no prior experience as a producer. Knowing that the schedule for the operetta will be hectic and a lot of work, Francis calls for a meeting between himself and his assistants.
At the meeting, Francis and his assistants start to discuss the different tasks at hand and what needs to take place prior to the opening show. Everyone seems to be on a different page but is eager to work together. After the meeting, Francis finds that there are 20 tasks to be completed prior to opening night and out of these 20 there are 8 different critical tasks that are considered milestones to reaching the goal of putting off a successful show. Francis also finds that there are four different departments that will be working on getting the show ready for opening night. The big question is, how will all these tasks and departments come together to work on the same program to ensure a successful show in January. The answer to this is through project management. Project management charts and work break down structure will bring everyone together on the same page and ensure proper efficiency to putting off a successful show through integration of tasks and departments while meeting tight time deadlines.
Issue(s) Identification The University of Western Ontario’s Gilbert and Sullivan Society is about to put off their operetta entitled entitled “H.M.S. Pinafore” Francis Vanden Hoven, the producer for the operetta has 18 weeks from the time the budget has to be approved by…...

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