Springer_Elizabeth_Homework 7_2.xlsx

Projects count pip percentage egardless of how the

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Projects Count PIP Percentage egardless of how the PIP was initially chosen, the positive or negative Step 4: Ranges and Criteria must be entered correctly for the function to Guide Tab for help on the correct format that should be used. Step 6: Depending on the combinations you are solving for, use the follo (C13:C62), or Costs (D13:D62). Step 8: Ranges and Criteria must be entered correctly for the function to Guide Tab for help on the correct format that should be used. Step 11: Depending on the combinations you are solving for, use the foll (C13:C62), or Costs (D13:D62), as well as, Results (H13:H62).
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Quality (1) 29 58% Speed (2) 29 58% Costs (3) 26 52% Quality & Speed (4) 12 24% Quality & Costs (5) 11 22% Speed & Costs (6) 16 32% Quality, Speed, Costs (7) 5 10% Task 2: Calculate PIP Success (Old) Step 1: Use the =COUNTIF function in the highlighted cell below to deter Step 2: Enter the following cell ranges for Results (H13:H62). Step 3: Use a Criteria of "1" Step 4: Divide by 50. PIP Success (OLD) = 46% Task 3: Calculate Basic Probability Using new BOD Success Criteria Success Criteria Quality > 300 Defective Free per 1000 Speed > 15 Days Reduced Costs < $ 200,000 per 5 Years STEP 1: Use the =COUNTIFS to determine the probability of PIP success Step 3: Use the table above to enter the appropiate Criteria for each proje Step 4: Then, divide the entire =COUNTIFS function by 50. PIP Success (NEW) = 22% Step 5: Ranges and Criteria must be entered correctly for the function to Guide Tab for help on the correct format that should be used. Step 2: Enter the following cell ranges for Quality (Defective Free out of 1 (F13:F62), and Projects Cost over 5 Years (G13:G62). Step 5: Ranges and Criteria must be entered correctly for the function to Guide Tab for help on the correct format that should be used. of PIP projects completed per each category, since their short-term memory h the PIP success rate attributable to each type of PIP effort based on the BOD' ch category is as follows with the sucess for each based on the confidential criteria
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eir PIP initiative and has briefed the press that their success rate is greater tha iative for the company, and therefore a more conservative set of success crit mmendation would you make to the BOD? a are at most 26%, which means that for the most part the PIP projects are failing. ccess was only 46%. Based on the new set of criteria, their success rate has decre o not proviide the results they want. For example, stop projects that do not at least h
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low to determine the number of projects 1-3. 3:C62), and Costs (D13:D62). elow to determine the number of projects 4-7.
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