manufacturers survival

Written by konstantin otto

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As "Projects" here we understand: repparttar development ofrepparttar 147659 productrepparttar 147660 project ofrepparttar 147661 assembly linerepparttar 147662 calculation ofrepparttar 147663 viabilityrepparttar 147664 definition ofrepparttar 147665 sale strategyrepparttar 147666 market analysisrepparttar 147667 planning ofrepparttar 147668 productionrepparttar 147669 analysis ofrepparttar 147670 interference ofrepparttar 147671 products in execution or and in estimation [survey] one with other. Application of software in all these projects doesn't have as priority reduction of cost, but priority to acceleraterepparttar 147672 service, reducing time ofrepparttar 147673 computation and ofrepparttar 147674 typing ofrepparttar 147675 input. When fast software can supply solutions of more than one ofrepparttar 147676 "projects" and accelerate processing, it shortensrepparttar 147677 total period. The system RPS [Regeltechnische Planung und Steuerung] is proper forrepparttar 147678 net be fragmented [unfolded] in lines, which can be created separately and copied into similar nets (Das RPS-System-VDI-Verlag GMBH-Düsseldorf). Same RPS allows to incorporate cost calculation and to integrate control and generation of costs pattern. The tutorial: instruct how use RPS. In case ofrepparttar 147679 development ofrepparttar 147680 productrepparttar 147681 specific software's compute dimensions and drawrepparttar 147682 components ofrepparttar 147683 equipment of certain type, according to specifications. Example (description of concepts): steam_boiler_12-80 software produce project of boiler from 12 ton for hour to 80 ton diesel_engine_lp32_277 software produce project of engine 320HP to 2770Hp home building software produce project of standard home industrial_building software produce project of standard workshops This same software's supplies list of material, costs... June, 2005 konstantin otto C. botschkowski

I am mathematics teacher. I write the articles, in four languages, since 1946. Respectfully, konstantin otto c. botschkowski

Company/Employee Handbook as Organisational Improvement Tool

Written by Stephan Szugat

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As employer, you could hire employees with lower education. And your employees will love it, because they know where to look, when they have questions and they could improve their working environment as well. Butrepparttar most advantage forrepparttar 147487 owner is, thatrepparttar 147488 organisation will be able to work properly, whenrepparttar 147489 business grows and whenrepparttar 147490 owner might sellrepparttar 147491 business one day, it might get sold easier, because ofrepparttar 147492 proper organisation.

When installing a Company Handbook, you will find procedures you could automate. Automatingrepparttar 147493 operation as much as possible will also be a big benefit, because employees and employer are able to focus their workforce on more important topics, such as improving repparttar 147494 sales volume. Furthermore automatization will reduce to cost of operation as well.

A Company/Employee Handbook is a bit like a Business Plan, but far more detailed, because it will contain information on every internal procedure. Onlyrepparttar 147495 financial part ofrepparttar 147496 business plan will not be included, but if you like you might include some financial information you like to share with your employees. As you describe your procedures just do it as a numeration or listing. The description don't have to be very well formed, it's just important that everyone who will read it, is able to understand what has to be done.

Remember, a Company Handbook is a living system, if you and your employees are not updating it regularly, it will be death one day, because it will only contain old stuff. So keep all people within your business engaged in improvingrepparttar 147497 Company Handbook, because it will improve your business internal organisation as well. While starting to writerepparttar 147498 content of your Company Handbook, concentrate on job roles at first, afterwards write down job descriptions, in case a job role has been given to employees twice (Accounting Staff, etc.). Job Roles need to includerepparttar 147499 duties andrepparttar 147500 responsebilities ofrepparttar 147501 described job.

Job Roles, Job Descriptions and Workflow-Descriptions of sepcial procedures don't have to berepparttar 147502 same, but take care thatrepparttar 147503 information is consistent, that means that it is written in a stream. This wayrepparttar 147504 entire Company Handbook will be of benefit for everyone. When rereading something on your Company Handbook and you still have questions, thanrepparttar 147505 entry is not finished.

Last but not least, your Company/Employee Handbook should be available everytime. To do this, think about an Internet or Intranet Solution, depending onrepparttar 147506 size of your business. Keep it simple and slim, and you will have many benefits from it. Good Luck. ------------------ ARTICLE END ------------------

Stephan Szugat is founder of abenetis a web-based service about Business Management Solutions focusing on the core needs of business management. He has approx. 15 years experience in the Finance and Accounting Area from companies of different size and from various industries.

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