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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REDUCING TIME
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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESOURCE PROCUREMENT LEVELING MATERIAL SLIP EOQ SPLIT 1 ABC CRASH 2 JIT 3 MACHINERY CONFLICT MANAGEMENT 7 EVALUATION CONTRACTS 4 MONEY 5 MAN ( Human Resource ) 6 ENTREPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING VALUE CHAIN MRP 8
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REDUCING PROJECT DURATION 1 Normally, projects are implemented in normal time at a normal cost. 2 Any attempt to reduce time, may result in increased cost since to speed-up the job: a) Working overtime b) Adding more resources c) Outsourcing some jobs 3 A project incurs two types of Costs: a) Direct Costs i) Labour, Material ii) Sub-Contracting b) Indirect Costs i) Supervision ii) Leasing or Hiring of Equipment iii Consultant iv) Financial Costs
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-continued 4 When any attempt is made to reduce time, the indirect costs reduce proportionately while the direct costs go up due Over-time Premium, Inducting additional sources or sub-contracting. 5 The behaviour of Direct and Indirect Costs is
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2009 for the course MANGMENT 123 taught by Professor Ameri during the Spring '09 term at 東京大学.

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