The organizational structure for the new building is going to be exactly like the existing one, which comprises of: 1 Project Manager (myself); 1 Assistant Project Manager; 2 Administration Staff; 4 Sales staff; 3 Warehouse Staff; the transportation to and from the building will be contracted to an outside company.
The recruitment of the staff will be conducted in a way that only serious and experienced professionals/employees will be finally accepted to become the member of the Computer Section’s team. The essence of this is to prevent a situation of redundancy often caused by unqualified personnel (Levine, 2002). Hence, hiring and coordinating with the appropriately qualified employees would make this project stay within budget and also make it to be successfully executed within any specified time frame.
The life cycle of this business, that is, procuring and selling computers by Jones Ltd will be carried out within a year; and with the hope that the expenses on recruiting, management and employees’ motivation would not exceed the allotted budget for the project by the Chief Executive Officer of Jones Ltd. In order to achieve this, the following processes must be carefully executed.
(a) Market Research: This is the very first step in all the procedures—it is essential to investigate the kinds of computers that are currently selling well in the markets (Morris & Pinto, 2007). It is also helpful to determine the cost of each computing unit, its functionalities, how useful is it in the market, and how many prospective buyers will be interested in a particular brand that Jones Ltd wishes to market? Or should the company concentrate on all the brands of computers. What sales strategy will be appropriate, and how could the employees be motivated to contribute their best in the project? All these issues will be seriously considered during the research process (Morris & Pinto, 2007). The market research will shed more light on