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NutroBalance Case Study Project
Advance Program Management
PM587
June 03, 2012

NutroBalance Case Study Project
Section 1
|NutroBalance|
Memo
To: Mr. Gerard
From: Cornelius L. Davis
CC: Professor William Shackelford
Date: 1/1/2010
RE: Section 1, Memo – PM587 Case Study
In response to your email concerning the NutroBalance project I have established the data you requested as follows. The start date will be Monday, February 22, 2010 and is scheduled to be completed on Tuesday, August 3, 2010 (Completion within 117 days). The critical tasks consist of WBS ID 1, 3, 5, 9, 11, and 13. See charts below for detailed display. Keep in mind the schedule will be maintained unless unexpected events occur that effect our critical task path, if that happens it will also move the project completion date out further. If you have any additional questions feel free to contact me.

Section 2
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Memo
To: Mr. Gerard
From: Cornelius L. Davis
CC: Professor William Shackelford
Date: 1/25/2010
RE: Section 2, Memo – PM587 Case Study
This email is concerning the NutroBalance project that is introducing a new product targeting women who weight lift and perform cardiovascular exercise with the UltraMAX pill supplement. A brief recap of the project details consists of a start date of Monday, February 22, 2010. Your guidelines were to complete the project within 150 days; initially I projected the project to finish within 117 days, with an estimated completion date of Tuesday, August 3, 2010. The estimated cost for the project is $57,160 based on the additional resource data you provided.

There were initial resource constraints in the first 6 WBS Task ID’s, which were associated with Elvira and Wendel’s activities. Due to the necessary leveling there was a domino effect that resulted in a critical tasks change...