Your consultancy company has been called in” rel=”nofollow”>in by Megacorp to improve the performance of their Crane Manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Company. Your junior consultant has visited the company and looked around the factory with the Manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Manager and the Information Services Manager. Unfortunately he resigned from your company after bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing head-hunted by one of the larger consultancies. He has left you with a short report which gives the main” rel=”nofollow”>in details. The brief is to produce a feasibility report for proposed developments to the manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing system.
1. Determin” rel=”nofollow”>ine the company’s competitive priorities and its current position with regards to competitiveness. Identify the most serious problems and issues for urgent action.
2. Describe in” rel=”nofollow”>in outlin” rel=”nofollow”>ine the solution(s) you would propose for the problems identified. The aim of the document is to secure the contract to do further analysis, design and implementation. It is important not to over promise, but your report should describe the areas you propose to deal with, the existin” rel=”nofollow”>ing systems and procedures, the envisaged requirements, the changes you propose, the benefits that the company can expect and the estimated cost of the changes. You should also give some consideration to any other issues that you consider may be important in” rel=”nofollow”>in the longer term.
3. Your team should record meetin” rel=”nofollow”>ing outcomes, work allocation, work done, alternatives discussed, decisions taken, disagreements settled etc usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the Wiki in” rel=”nofollow”>in the Moodie. This will show how you distributed the work equally and did what you promised. Individual marks will be adjusted if the Wiki shows an uneven level of contribution.