Critical Risk Assessment and Milestone Schedule

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Critical Risk Assessment and Milestones Schedule

Critical Risk Assessment and Milestones Schedule
Danielle Sain
Grand Canyon University
Strategic Management
June 1, 2011

Critical Risk Assessment and Milestones Schedule Rocky Mountain Event Planning has an enormous strength by offering its planning services worldwide. This enables Rocky Mountain to obtain numerous vendor relationships with organizations across the world and gives their clients a number of options to choose from, especially if those vendors operate nationally or internationally. Another key strength would be the locale of where Rocky Mountain is based out of. Colorado and the scenery it has to offer is an incredible attraction for people looking to
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Another main skill that Rocky Mountain employees need to have is good time-management. Every event needs to be done to the vision of the client within the time frame and everything needs to be accomplished by the deadline. There is no room for error here. The owner of Rocky Mountain has all of these characteristics, styles and then some but could has the possibility of falling short on not being able to be too aggressive when the time comes. Rocky Mountain Event Planning’s owner has strengths of communication, time management, multi-tasking, organization, analytical skills and being able to motivate everyone involved to get the event done on time and with ease. Any weakness that would be seen would be with the fact it is a brand new company in an already very competitive industry. Rocky Mountain needs to hire on experienced professionals in the beginning in order to get the event done completely and independently. During that process, those employees needs to impact and influence the client, the vendor and other team members on every detail that is being done and understanding it all in a way like they planned it themselves. Efficiency and effectiveness are values that Rocky Mountain Event Planning has for all members of its team and organization. It is up to those employees to leave out those values through


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