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ieor project page 30 - and create the same costs for your...

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Through this table, we see that skills 1, 5, 9, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 30, 33, 34, 35, and 38 are all relatively ''expensive skills''. Based on this model, skill 38 (smoking cessation), followed by skill 18 (problem solving), followed by skill 20 (managing change) is the most expensive skills. If the employees did not have to use these programs in order to develop these skills, cost would decrease anywhere from $3725 to $6465. Training Days Actually, even if we hypothetically had 250 days of training per year, not much would change because the employees would still use the same programs
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Unformatted text preview: and create the same costs for your company. Anyway, the project manager, professional, and salesman only train for 15 of the 18 days. Meanwhile, the technician and the administrative assistant only train for 8 and 9 of the training days, respectively. So these 5 employees do not even reach the maximum amount of days they need to train for. Meanwhile, the senior manager trains for exactly 18 days, however, does not need any more days that that. Here is what the LP solution looks like if the limit to the amount of days an employee can train for is 250 days....
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