Ice Scramble

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ATENEO DE NAGA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS PLAN [pic] IN PARTIAL FULFULLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS IN PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Submitted by: Bautista, Jhoeneth Q. Submitted to: Agapito C. Rubio Jr., DBA Frizone Scramble I. Introduction Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific projects and goals and objectives. The food business remains as one of the top industries that entrepreneurs consider highly profitable. After all, food is a basic necessity; and with that stable market comes, good earning potential. However, the food business is also a very competitive market. Our…show more content…
The idea of mixing sugar and the required ingredients in order to produce their main product which is the scramble was originated from Britain. It is normally topped with milk and chocolate syrup. The toppings in producing the product would attract many consumers for it is designed to meet the taste of a typical Pinoy scramble who likes sweets. From this idea, Frizone Scramble offers addictive toppings which can add sweetness to the taste of scramble. III. SUCCESS CRITERIA The project success criteria can then be derived by answering the question, “How do I know I’ve done a great job?” Just checking off tasks on the project schedule isn’t enough. The success criteria speak to the quality of the completed job and specifics about how the goals are met. After they’re defined, we should revisit the success criteria throughout the project life cycle to ensure that the project is on track to meet the goals. Delivering a successful project starts with taking a step back and understanding business drivers: the problem or opportunity that precipitated the project. Key performance (KPIs) (sometimes called key success indicators, or KSIs) are a common term for criteria used to measure the benefits of a project. The KPIs are the reason that the project was launched, and they should be foremost in our mind when we are scoping the project and setting project goals. These project management
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