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1RESOURCEMANAGEMENT
2TABLEOFCONTENTSTask One..........................................................................................................................................2analyse the differing resource requirements of the three profiled businesses in different sectors.....................................................................................................................................................2explain the importance of resource management and how this is achieved within organisations.....................................................................................................................................................3internal and external factors which impact on resource management.........................................4Task Two.........................................................................................................................................5an evaluation of how the use of physical resources is monitored and managed.........................5an evaluation of the measures to reduce the impact of resource wastage....................................7an assessment of the costs of high profile technological failures................................................8an assessment of the business case for the use of ethical and sustainable resources...................9Task Three.....................................................................................................................................11an assessment of the need for human resource planning in the workplace...............................11an evaluation of the methods used to monitor and improve employee performance................12an assessment of the effectiveness of reward systems in different contexts.............................13Task Four.......................................................................................................................................15Explain the data needed to review and make judgements on employee performance..............15Explain the data needed to review and make judgements on the utilisation of physicalresources....................................................................................................................................16
3TASKONEANALYSETHEDIFFERINGRESOURCEREQUIREMENTSOFTHETHREEPROFILEDBUSINESSESINDIFFERENTSECTORSThe resources necessary for the company are considered core resources, which build a valueproposition for consumer gain and provide the commodity to consumers. This kinds of businesstools are necessary and vital for your business to be efficient. It basically depends on tangibleand immaterial capital. They are often treated in particular as valuable business properties whichare needed to produce the finished product and which are typically distinguished by few coreresources from competitors. The organisational and market tools essential to determining theform of material the company requires and all the products the company needs. These factors arehighly critical when it comes to gaining the benefit for the organisation and helping to generatethe minimal value required by a company to provide its clients. Enterprise strategies caninfluence the value of the company along with its competition. For instance, if the business hits adouble revenue objective and the company is rising exponentially, the company only cancontinue to expand if you recognise your main resources and which key resources have aninfluence on increased demand. It is also vital that you can say whether or not you can satisfy theneeds given the physical capital that you have. You should therefore be willing, along withphysical capital, to determine if the existing human resources are adequate or if you will like newexpertise to be added to the sector to fulfil the requirements of the organisation. The companytools are classified into four types:Economic CapitalResource HumanIntelligent toolsCapital Resources
4This are known to be real properties that the company utilises to provide its consumers withimportance and value. Equipment, constructions, inventory, manufacturing plant and deliverynetwork which require physical resources which are highly necessary for the company to operateproperly. Physical services are essential for the activity of the company since it is impossible forthe corporation to operate without machinery, supplies and production. While they are neededfor the company that has a tangible commodity offering, they will not include a productionfacility, delivery network and other facilities for the company that has intangible services asoffering. Employees are viewed in the most underestimated asset of any corporation. It isnecessary for any organisation to work under which an organization's operations would cease. Inthe sector delivering facilities, human resources becomes much more essential because muchinnovation and expertise is needed in these fields. Workers are regarded in every organization'smost overlooked properties. It is necessary for any organisation to work, after which anorganization's activities cease. In the sectors that offer facilities, the human capital are muchmore essential, as much innovation and expertise are required. They also provide assets, loansand loans and the opportunity to provide stock saving opportunities for the organization'semployees. Many enterprises regularly have financial capital, but few businesses, such as banks,would have exceptionally strong financial resources that are completely funded and utilised as acore resource. Organizations that rely on the development and distribution of a commodity areconsidered product-driven companies. These goods also have special features and a ready-to-buyconsumer segment. These organisations typically need intellectual property and knowledgewithin their respective industry and region, both for human and scientific purposes. One suchexample is Rovio, the founder of the popular smartphone game Angry Birds.EXPLAINTHEIMPORTANCEOFRESOURCEMANAGEMENTANDHOWTHISISACHIEVEDWITHINORGANISATIONSThe effective use of resources requires awareness of available resources, where their time couldbe spent and how productive/profitable a resource is in certain situations. Companies willminimise expenses and increase efficiency with the correct capital management approach.Ressource effective control allows businesses to execute projects and programS in a more timelyway on schedule. Better resources control leads both to better consider the availability ofresources and to increased time-line estimates, as a consequence of a new poll of workers at
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