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information. You can further refer to the organisation's resource procurement and supply chain information from the WOW Procurement Portal at STRATEGIES FOR ACQUISITION OF PHYSICAL RESOURCESPhysical resource requirements and forecasted costsResource NameDepartment UseRequired whenQuantityApproximatecost trolleylogisticsCarrying goods40020,000Cash registerFinance Business purpose550,000Tables and chairsManagement Commercial3010,000Paper rollsManagementCash registers20001000Cleaning machinesCleaningFor cleaning301000Parking Securityparking5040,000Operational Management, Assessment 1 v2 Last updated on 10/09/2019 Page 31
T-1.8.1_v3facilitiesFreezersManagementCooling products2050,000Total Physical ResourcecostsPrepare a procurement electronic tender advertisement for the resource acquisitionBased on the strategies for physical resource acquisition done in the previous table, you will now prepare a procurement electronic tender advertisement for the resource acquisition. You must include all the physical resources mentioned earlier and your approximate budget (amount you are expecting to pay) for each resource. Once prepared, you will post this procurement electronic tender advertisement using a website (e.g. wordpress.com, wix.com, simplesite.com). Once completed, please provide the link to the procurement advertisement website and a screenshot of the site in the space box below.E-PROCUREMENT / E-TENDER EVIDENCE2.3:Recognise and incorporate requirements for intellectual property rights (IPR) in recruitment and acquisition of resources In this task you will provide information and evidence on how you have incorporated the requirements for intellectual property rights (IPR) in your Task 2.1 (recruitment strategies) and Task 2.2 (physical resources acquisition). You may wish to use bullet points for each.RECOGNISE AND INCORPORATE REQUIREMENTS FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTYRIGHTSBrief on how you have incorporated IPR in Task 2.1(recruitment strategies)Trademarks - It is a phrase or a sign that differentiate a product or trademark of one business from its competitors.Trade secrets – It is a processes that a company uses to keep their ideas and formulas confidential, to stand out from their competitors.Operational Management, Assessment 1 v2 Last updated on 10/09/2019 Page 32
Operational Management, Assessment 1 v2 Last updated on 10/09/2019 Page 33
T-1.8.1_v3TASK 3: MONITOR AND REVIEW OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCEBased on your previously completed TASK 1 and TASK 2, you have now crossed the first quarterof your operational plan. At this stage you will have to monitor and review operational performance of your plan that you have implemented. To do this you will develop, monitor and review performance