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PF 3101 - Project Scheduling & Control

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Andrea De Vic

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Let's Cook! PF 3101 - Project Scheduling & Control Ang Hui Min
Grace Ho En En
Khor Ru Zhen Vivian
Sze Qi Yun, Andrea Presented By: Rainbow Bread Resources 1 cup milk
1 large egg yolk
1.5 tablespoons melted butter
2.5 tablespoons sugar
1 envelope (2.25 tsp) instant quick rise yeast
3/4 tablespoon salt
3 cups (approx) flour Ingredients Activities Oven
Metal Box Tin
Measuring Instruments
Whisk
Mitten
Baking Trays
Bowls
Baking Paper Baking Materials $30
Did not exceed budget. Budget 1. Blend milk and egg yolk in large bowl. Procedures 2. Microwave on high for 45-50 seconds until warm. Procedures Comparison 1 Man 2 Men Total duration of activities (Hours) Order of Activities In sequence, spilt equally among all. 5 Table of Analysis Manpower 4 Men 3. Blend flour and salt together. Procedures 4. Add yeast, sugar and butter and blend together. Procedures 5. Add flour/salt mixture one cup at first and then a little at a time until dough ball forms. Procedures 6. Knead dough ball 5 minutes adding flour to keep from sticking until smooth and elastic. Procedures 7. Divide dough into 6 equal pieces. Procedures 8. Knead in food colour in each piece until desired colour is reached adding small amounts of flour if sticking. Procedures 9. Place each ball into a greased bowl, grease top of dough ball and cover with plastic wrap. Procedures 10. Place in a warm place, could be in an oven with just the light on, to rise until doubled (approximately an hour). Procedures 11. Flatten each dough piece into a rectangle, the size and shape of the bottom of yoru bread pan Procedures 12. Brush tops of bread layers with water or milk and place next layer on top. Continue with all the layers making sure to press out any air bubbles between layers. Procedures 13. Place stacked layers into a greased loaf pan and cover with a greased piece of plastic wrap. Procedures 14. Place loaf pan in a warm place and let rise until doubled (30 minutes to an hour depending on temperature and yeast used). Procedures 15. Baked in a pre-heated 375 degree farenheit (190.556 degree celsius) oven for about 30 minutes until golden brown. Procedures 16. Let cool on a wire rack for 10-15 minutes and then remove from pan to wire rack to cool completely before slicing. Procedures 17. Store in a covered container or in a large plastic bag. It will stay fresher longer stored in the refrigerator. Procedures In sequence with all the activities completed by 1 person. In sequence with the activities being split equally between them. 10 16 Analysis 1 Man VS 2 Men 1 Man VS 4 Men 2 Men VS 4 Men Optimum Optimised Order & Total Duration Optimised Order & Total Duration WHY? Optimised Order & Total Duration How to further reduce? Risks Risks & Mitigation Plans Risk: Using bare hands to knead food colouring(s) into each piece until desired colour is reached. Plan: Usage of disposable gloves to ensure that colours will not stain onto bare hands even days after the baking. Risks & Mitigation Plans Risk: Using bare hands to divide the dough into 6 equal pieces. Plan: Usage of knife to cut and measure the dough for greater precision and accuracy. Risks & Mitigation Plans Risk: XXX Plan: XXX Risks & Mitigation Plans Risk: XXX Plan: XXX Assumptions Assumptions If any.
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