Subway Project Plan Overview

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Abstract
This project entails opening two Subway Restaurant franchises. The project is described and potential problems identified. The mission, scope, and measuring the progress of the project are also discussed. The first step is applying to Subway for a franchise. Once the application has been accepted, the real work begins. Using Microsoft Project, each phase of the project can be monitored to ensure successful completion.

Outline
I.Project Plan Overview
A.Description of the project5
B.The Problem5
C.The Mission6
D.High-Level Scope8
E.Measuring the Scope of the Project8
F.The Two Best Practices9
G.Key Learning Points10

II.Task and Risk Management Plan
A.Specific Tasks, Milestones, and Critical Path10
B.Three Specific Project Risks11
C.Assessment of Each Risk11
D.Mitigating Strategies (Trigger)13
E.Key Learning Points16

III.Project Plan Forecast
A.Communications Plan17
B.Forecast19
C.Closure Process20
D.Project Audit Process21
E.Budget Estimates22
F.Key Learning Points22

IV.Conclusion
A.Summary23
B.Lessons Learned24

V.References25

VI.Appendix
A.Calendar26
B.Gantt Chart with Critical Path27
C.Network Program28
D.Task Usage29
E.Tracking Gantt30
F.Resource Graph31
G.Resource Sheet32
H.Resource Usage33
I.Project Summary34
J.Current Activities35
K.Costs36
L.Assignments38
M.Work Load39
N.Budget40

Subway Project Plan Overview
Description of the Project
This project will encompass the start up of a Subway® restaurant. This will require the research of the franchise, which begins at the company web site. Brochures are available on-line providing basic information about the company. Free seminars are also available. These seminars are held in various parts of the country, every week. Additional information is obtained through trade shows. Once the basic information has been obtained, Subway® requires an application to be completed and turned in. The Regional Sales Managers are available if additional information is required. Specific information regarding capital investment is then the next step of the process. This is the point were a Development Agent will need to be contacted. The Development Agent recruits new franchise owners, assists new franchise owners in the area of site location, assists with lease negotiation, assists with construction and opening of the restaurant, and provides ongoing operational support. Therefore, the project will begin at the initial evaluation phase of deciding to open a Subway restaurant, gather all the necessary information to open the restaurant, contact and work with the proper people and entities to initiate the startup of the restaurant. The Problem

Once all critical information is gathered, it needs to be analyzed for proper implementation. All applications and licenses need to be applied for in order to make sure permission is granted before investing any monies. Once this Subway® restaurant is up and running, unnecessary obstacles such as being shut down for lack of proper documents would be fatal to its success. Next, geographic studies need to be run in order to obtain a proper storefront. The location of this sandwich shop is important; plenty of traffic is needed in order to have the most visibility to potential customers. The next step is to stock the new location with all the necessary supplies that are needed and required by subway; things such as, food supplies, promotional information, tables, chairs and cash register with change. The last step is to run some kind of promotional grand opening. Passing out Grand Opening Fliers through out the immediate area starting two weeks prior to opening will help...
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