|Family||Testing and commisioning|
|1||Brew tasty beer||High|
The cost of beer is approximately $7/L when bought from the shop. Therefore, brewing should be done much more cheaply than this. Labour should be factored in at $20/h, not including the setup labour which will be written off as education.
Parts and materials will be sourced from the most convenient locations.
The beer's quality is of high importance, as is the consistentcy of the brewing. The effort must be justified, not only in the cost savings, but also in the pleasure of the drinking.
The enviroment will be considered so far as waste and consumption are concerned.
(possible control measures: reduce, avoid, accept, transfer)
|Creative differences within family||Beer is never completed||Medium||Reduce: collaborate and compromise||Low|
|Poorly defined scope||Project is incorrectly completed||Medium||Avoid: confirm objectives with stakeholders||Low|
|Low team motivation||Project is never completed||Medium||Avoid: drink beer||Low|
|Unscalable design||Complex or costly setup for larger quantities of beer||Medium||Reduce: design with scale in mind||Low|
|Poor quality design||Low relaiblity, poor performance||Medium||Reduce: iterate design, keep design simple||Low|
|Users reject the product||No financial viability for project||Medium||Reduce: iterate beer flavour||Low|
By keeping the family interested, and developing my own skills, there should be no need to expressly manage human resources.
There is no rush to complete this project, and the timescale required to brew beer is very long. The desire to brew beer will be neatly balanced by the necessary time for fermentation.