The Toronto Sun and Caribana: Case Study

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The Toronto Sun and Caribana:

Case Study

Submitted to:

Sir Francis Arroyo

Submitted by:

Rizalina Bernardo

Jezza Bautista




Situational Problem

Samantha Morrison has a problem but it is clearly not her ability or capability to deliver a good performance because of background experience on numerous earned work opportunities. Where she is a very passionately active from her youth and college days that she constantly promote herself involve in various activities, projects and gained job experience on elaborate skill tasks which qualifies her to the employee position in the Toronto Sun promoting department. She feels pressure on taking on a big project.

The problem does not rely on her qualifying skills as a project manager. It was never questionable but it relies on the preparation of a timeline and task schedule ahead on impending due date which require step by step procedure on the delicate situation to pursue and minimal mistakes on scheduling in order there will be no set back on the parade day.

The project was not originally hers but her colleague who failed to make progress on the assigned task. Which Larissa Presso, the director of promotion for the Toronto Sun and Morrison's boss, made a decision that Morrison intervene and take over.

Key Issue of the Case Problem

So the first key issue in the case is the desired outcome of the project that is the parade float to be constructed in which it is to push through with the planning where Toronto Sun is a major sponsor in the Scotia bank Caribana Festival. As stated in the case that it was imperatively crucial for the Toronto Sun to have a float in the parade because of the already paid sponsorship and all...