Case Application 1:
Growing
Leaders
Brizuela Fajardo Romero Sibal
GROWING
LEADERS
3Ms
Leadership
Developme
nt Program
Top three on the list of
BusinessWeeks Top 20
Companies for Leadership
(2010)
The best at developing
future leaders (Chief
Executive Ma
Basic Biomechanics
Basic Biomechanics
Terms
o
Mechanics
n
o
Kinematics:
n
o
Study of physical actions and forces
Description of motion (e.g, how fast, how high, etc.)
without consideration given to its mass or the forces
acting on it.
Kinetics:
n
n
The st
Multiple regression
Introduction
Multiple regression is a logical extension of the principles of simple linear regression to
situations in which there are several predictor variables. For instance if we have two predictor
variables, X 1 and X 2 , then the
Linear Regression
Regression Statistics
R
R-square
Adjusted R-square
S
N
0.30738
0.09448
0.03606
4.02317
34
Run = - 0.33411 + 0.03877 * Time + 0.00841 * 170
ANOVA
d.f.
SS
52.35554
501.76211
554.11765
MS
26.17777
16.18587
F
1.61732
p-level
0.21473
Coeffici
[Simple LR Exercise]
For 70 randomly selected 1999 National League baseball games, here are the times given
to complete the games (in minutes), the total number of hits in the game, and the combined
number of runs in the game.
Time
108
128
129
136
Time
Hi
[Simple LR Exercise]
For 70 randomly selected 1999 National League baseball games, here are the times given
to complete the games (in minutes), the total number of hits in the game, and the combined
number of runs in the game.
Time
108
128
129
136
Time
Hi
Linear Regression
Regression Statistics
R
R-square
Adjusted R-square
S
N
0.66342
0.44013
0.42341
67.71579
70
Time = - 9.35143 + 11.66227 * Hits + 0.49452 * Run
ANOVA
d.f.
SS
241,513.7365
307,223.70635
548,737.44286
MS
120,756.86825
4,585.42845
Coefficient
[Simple LR Exercise]
For 70 randomly selected 1999 National League baseball games, here are the times given
to complete the games (in minutes), the total number of hits in the game, and the combined
number of runs in the game.
Time
108
128
129
136
137
141
Linear Regression
Regression Statistics
R
R-square
Adjusted R-square
S
N
0.66317
0.4398
0.43156
3.68011
70
Hits = 10.64053 + 0.0363 * Time
ANOVA
d.f.
SS
723.00585
920.93701
1,643.94286
MS
723.00585
13.54319
Coefficient
Standard Error
Intercept
10.64053
1.
Multiple Regression
Multiple regression
Typically, we want to use more than
a single predictor (independent
variable) to make predictions
Regression with more than one
predictor is called multiple
y i = + 1 x1i + 2 x 2i + K + p x pi + i
regression
Motivat
HUMAN BIOMECHANICS
BIOMECHANICS
Science that
deals with the
various aspects of
physical
movements of the
body and body
members
Body parts = mechanics
Bones = lever arms, central axes, structural
members
Articulations = joins and bearing surfaces
Tendo
Manual
Handling
IMPACTOFMANUAL
MATERIALSHANDLING
(MMH)
low back injuries
strains in the hands, arms, shoulders, trunk
and legs
Cost of about $600,000,000 in disabling
claims in the US
FactsaboutMMH(OSHA)
Back strains is the most frequent disabling injury.
Rapid Upper Limb
Assessment
(RULA)
History and Bene7it of RULA
Developed by Dr. E. Nigel Corle2 and Dr. Lynn
McAtamney of University of No>nghams
InsAtute for OccupaAonal Ergonomics
Developed to invesAgate the expo
A Symposium On Air Pollution and
Worker Safety
July 27, 2012
AVR 1 & 2
Mapua Institute of Technology
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PROGRAM
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Registration
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Invocation
Dr. Iris Ann Martinez
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National anthem
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Op
OCCUPATIONAL
BIOMECHANICS
Source: Occupational Ergonomics
edited by Karwowski and Marras
CRC Press 2003
Definition of Terms
Biomechanics- is an interdisciplinary field in which information from
both the biological sciences and engineering mechanics is us
HUMAN
THERMOREGULATION
or
THERMAL EFFECTS
Heat Transfer
Methods of Heat Exchange Between
the Body and its Environment
CONVECTION - transmission via air
EVAPORATION - perspiration / vapor
exhaled from the lungs
RADIATION - transmission of thermal
energy
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Case Study 1: John Bartlett
I.
Brief Background of the Case Study
The study revolves around the concept of capital and investment. First,
capital refers to the financial resources available that may be utilized in order to run a
business. It is what the c
Case Study No. 1
Vehicle MPG
I.
Introduction
Linear regression is a statistical approach for modeling the relationship
between two variables. One of which represents a scalar dependent variable (y) and the
other represents the independent variable (x). Re
Case Study No. 2
Multiple Linear Regression: Bank Wages
I.
Given Data
LET:
SAL_NOW
ID
SAL_START
SEX
SENIOR
AGE
WORK_EXP
EDUC
HS_GRAD
COLLEGE
COLL_GRAD
GRAD_SCH
Salary (dollars) at time of the study
Employee ID
Salary (in dollars) at the time of hiring
(0
THE
GREAT DEPRESSION
I. Short background of the country before the event
The 1920's was a decade often referred to as the roaring twenties; a time when
successful businessmen were national heroes, land values were booming and when
women wore shorter and f
IEMANAC
Part I
Accounting: An Illustrative
Definition
Organizations Economic Activities
Information system
Reports
Individuals or
Groups
Accounting: Definition
An
information system that provides reports to
various individuals or groups about economic
act
IEMANAC
Part II
ACCOUNTING RECORDS AND
SYSTEMS
Account
- a record designed to show
the increases and decreases in each
financial statement item separately. It
also facilitates the periodic calculation
of net change in an item as a result of
increases or d
Part III
Different Business Activities, Their
Inventory and Cost of Sales Accounts
Merchandising
- selling of goods in substantially the same physical form as
that at which it was acquired.
Inventory Account - Merchandise Inventory
Cost of Sales Account
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING SOCIETY
IECOSAC REVIEWER for Quiz 3
I.
Ferniture Inc. uses a budgeted overhead rate for applying factory overhead to job orders. The company
currently divided its main furniture production system into three parts namely:
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING SOCIETY
IECOSAC REVIEWER for Quiz 1
I.
COST OF GOODS MANUFACTURED AND SOLD STATEMENT
Pambahay Products, Inc. produces a household appliance that sells for P900. The basic patent is held by the
inventor who is paid a royal