Background: Your company, LRH Products, is about to attend a major trade show event in another city. You, a member of the marketing team, have been selected to manage the project. The project includes all the activities necessary to update the trade show display, re-stock the collaterals (brochures, signs, presentations), order new giveaways, transport the trade show materials, and make all travel arrangements. At this time, you do not need to update any of the printed collaterals, but the presentation will likely need some small modifications. The sales people who will staff the booth also need to be identified, notified, and trained. Clothing may also be necessary to order for them.
You will start this project ten weeks before the event; the display needs to be shipped ten calendar days before the event begins to ensure adequate time for set-up by the on-site trade show staff. You have adequate budget, which was prepared by the marketing manager based on the costs from the last show.
Problem: Your next step in the project management process is to create a work breakdown structure for the trade show. The WBS should include all the tasks and their dependencies. The result should be a project task list created using Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 3, 2020, 8:22 pm ad1c9bdddf
LRH Products:Work Breakdown Structure for trade show