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    E-Commerce site plan structure

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    This should mirror any sort on online e-business start up such as "The Sharper Image" online store. Populate A-F as much as possible with like planning of most any other online business.

    Appendix: List of Tables and Charts
    Appendix A: Process Flow
    Appendix B: Gantt Schedule Chart
    Appendix C: Corporate Organization Chart
    Appendix D: Work Breakdown Structure
    Appendix E: Organization Chart for Project
    Appendix F: Detailed Cost Breakdown

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    Question: This should mirror any sort on online e-business start up such as "The Sharper Image" online store. Populate A-F as much as possible with like planning of most any other online business.

    Appendix: List of Tables and Charts

    Appendix A: Process Flow
    Appendix B: Gantt Schedule Chart
    Appendix C: Corporate Organization Chart
    Appendix D: Work Breakdown Structure
    Appendix E: Organization Chart for Project
    Appendix F: Detailed Cost Breakdown

    Process Flow

    EXAMPLE - Process Flow Chart- Finding the best way home
    This is a simple case of processes and decisions in finding the best route home at the end of the working day.

    Example Below

    Tips
    Define the boundaries of the process clearly.
    Use the simplest symbols possible.
    Make sure every feedback loop has an escape.
    There is usually only one output arrow out of a process box. Otherwise, it may require a decision diamond.
    A Process Flow Diagram - PFD - should include:
    Process piping
    Major equipment symbols, names and identification numbers
    Control, valves and valves that affect operation of the system
    Interconnection with other systems
    Major bypass and recirculation lines
    System ratings and operational values as minimum, normal and maximum flow, temperature and pressure
    Composition of fluids
    A Process Flow Diagrams - PFD - should not include:
    Pipe classes
    Pipe line numbers
    Minor bypass lines
    Isolation and shutoff valves
    Maintenance vents and drains
    Relief and safety valves
    Code class information

    Software
    In today's computer market, numerous software packages are available to produce process flow charts. The following is a listing of software packages designed specifically for flow charts. All of the packages listed are compatible with Microsoft Windows.

    ABC Flowcharter
    Corel Flow
    Visio

    Sources
    For finding additional information dealing with flow charts:

    The Deming Management Method by Mary Walton
    Structured Analysis and System Specification by Tom DeMarco
    The Team Handbook by Peter R. Scholtes

    A flow chart is defined as a pictorial representation describing a process being studied or even used to plan stages of a project. Flow charts tend to provide people with a common language or reference point when dealing with a project or process. Four particular types of flow charts have proven useful when dealing with a process analysis: top-down flow chart, detailed flow chart, work flow diagrams, and a deployment chart. Each of the different types of flow charts tends to provide a different aspect to a process or a task. Flow charts provide an excellent form of documentation for a process, and quite often are useful when examining how various steps in a process work together. When dealing with a process flow chart, two separate stages of the process should be considered: the finished product and the making of the product. In order to analyze the finished product or how to operate the process, flow charts tend to use simple and easily recognizable symbols.

    Gantt Schedule Chart

    About
    A Gantt chart is a graphical representation of the duration of tasks against the progression of time. A Gantt chart is a useful tool for planning and scheduling projects. A Gantt chart is helpful when monitoring a project's progress.

    Planning and Scheduling
    A Gantt chart allows you to assess how long a project should take. A Gantt chart lays out the order in which tasks need to be carried out. A Gantt chart helps manage the dependencies between tasks.

    Monitoring
    A Gantt chart allows you to see immediately what should have been achieved at a point in time. A Gantt chart allows you to see how remedial action may bring the project back on course.

    Nine examples of Gantt Charts - http://www.ganttchart.com/Examples.html

    A Gantt chart is a popular type of bar chart that illustrates a project schedule. Gantt charts illustrate the start and finish dates of the terminal ...

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