Every business in the global market has to have some sort of staffing strategy in order to be successful. Tanglewood Retail store is one of the big and puplor retailers among 12 regions locally and ovbersees. After I examined the report that you provide me with, I have analyized the stafffing strategy decisions as below with my recommindiation.
I. Attention Getter: Ask the audience what can be made with a 3D printer. Inform them that a four year old girl was given a 3D printed heart and is living a wonderful life.
FuturePrint, 3-D printing company from Canada is well established with several locations generating huge profits. It offers full 3-D printing services by providing flexibility to customers through navigating three options and has online presence focused on local market and therefore, FuturePrint expanded to India with local company named Biodesign Technologies five years ago to form a joint venture named “Biotech FuturePrint” with Competitive Strategic Alliance by adopting Transnational approach. Biodesign Technologies was engaged in offering high level 3-D design services in the healthcare industry; however, it was lacking manufacturing competences and had to outsource manufacturing services.
Kaiser Manufacturing Company has been in business for over 50 years using the standard method staffing. Hiring its own employees, training, managing and all human resources issues were all handled in house. The option is now arising to use an employment agency, FSS, to relieve the burden from Kaiser Manufacturing Company. It is important to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of this option before changing the entire business plan Kaiser Manufacturing Company has worked so long. The advantages include, flexible staff numbers, as of current Kaiser Manufacturing Company has a workforce of 725 production workers, 30 clerical workers, 32 engineer and professional
The aim of the assignment was to find a staffing solution for a call centre with two types of calls (1, 2) and three types of agents, two of which specialists (agent 1 and agent 2) and a generalist (agent 3) who handles both types of calls on two types of days- Heavy 1, with more type 1 calls and Heavy 2, with more type 2 calls. The staffing solution should meet two performance constraints:
Hod Lipson, a well-known robotics engineer at Cornell University, once said, “The next episode of 3D printing will involve printing entirely new kinds of materials. Eventually we will print complete products - circuits, motors, and batteries already included. At that point, all bets are off” (Lipson). This dated quote has now become a reality. The new expansion in technology has led to 3D printing becoming a new revolutionary process that is going to further industry. 3D printing is being used in multiple fields such as medical, food, automotive and even education. The use of this new technology has opened doors for new learning and new horizons for future inventions.
Recently there have been various articles on interesting things that have been made through printing. And in particular, objects created through the use of 3D printing have come into the world of technology. The reason I believe that this technological trend is interesting because the objects that are being printed here are microscopic.When created, these materials would be used to make essential things like biological tissue. With all the medical issues that impact our world today, any new innovation that seem to create another medical alternative seems like a great idea. This is an example of technology that affects others because later on it can provide those without medical options another alternative.This could do so much for the
In 1986 Charles Hull invented the 3D printer (Lewis). Hull’s 3D printer has come a long way since then, and in all those years 3D printing has finally shifted its way into the public eye. This bout of fame and recognition for printers though is both a blessing as well as a curse. 3D printers are finally being given the attention and appreciation they deserve; even President Obama saw their potential when he gave a $30 million dollar grant to the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Ohio (Lewis). Unfortunately, the 3D printer’s new found popularity comes with a price. Like any budding young star the 3D printer is under constant scrutiny and has lost some of the freedom it once had, freedoms like exemption from
Firstly, 3D printing tools are becoming more common in the field of construction and its fast mechanized practice has started to have an influence in the design process. Some of the advantages of using 3D printing is that; it can be build by anyone, it has more accurate construction and it is sustainable. The process of manufacturing a building is very difficult task for persons who are unknown to this industry. However, the project in 3D printing can be designed through a different number of software’s which is accessible for anyone and they can also learn this software very fast. James D. Qualk, a LEED associate said that “experience, experimentation and a new generation of professionals arise in a world where the 3D printing of a facility is commonplace, it’s possible that building design could eventually become largely outsourced or even commoditized for a
The completion of this seminar wouldn't be possible without the participation and help of so many people whose names might not enumerated. Their contributions are sincerely appreciated and gratefully acknowledged. but I’d like to express my sincere gratitude to my guide prof. Mayur Makhesana sir And coordinator prof. Keyur Hirapara sir.
The 3D Industry is capital intensive. This may act as a barrier to small and medium sized entrepreneurs. There are several compliances that are required from the industries such as under employment laws, the company many not be able prevent other companies from benefiting from some of their former employees; failure to comply with U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other legislatures may result in fines, criminal penalties and impact the goodwill of the company; and subject to a large number of environmental laws pertaining to compliance. These laws indirectly act as a barrier of companies to enter the market. There are several other barriers such as limited mobility of operations due to manufacturing facilities, default in payment by customers could lead to loss of huge account receivables which could impact the operation of the organisation; and disruption of information technology systems or breach of data security could adversely affect the business. These may be serve as deterrents for new entrants from entering the industry.
This proposal is created for a publishing company producing printing goods using offset printing presses. This company 's scope includes finding new clients, acquiring job orders, creating and editing working art files, creating press-ready PDFs, ripping the press ready PDF files to create flat TIF files, creating plates to use on offset presses, printing the jobs on offset presses, bindery work that includes cutting, folding, binding, stitching, schrink-wrapping and boxing, shipping, accounting and purchasing. The company employees 50 people which includes General Manager, five Sales Representatives and Sales Department Manager, three Purchase Specialists and Purchasing Department Manager, five Prepress Operators and Prepress Manager, three Creative Designers, two IT Technicians, three Billing and Accounting Clerks, CSR Representative, Press Operations Manager, two Press Operations Supervisors and ten Press Operators divided into two shifts, Bindery Manager, two Cutter Operators divided into two shifts, two Stitcher Operators divided into two shifts, two Folder Operators divided into two shifts and two Shipping Specialists.
For acquiring the business market of UK the company should implement industrial selling. This personal selling technique of We-Print will involve in selling of large printing machineries to different companies and industries. With the help of well educated and trained sales person We-Print should implement this sales strategy. These sales persons will provide assistance and information to the companies in regards to We-Print’s printing machines.
Bangalore textile company has in it’s a possession a plant capable of producing 6 types of suit materials . this production is currently realized by using a total of 40 machines divided in two categories , which are regular machines and super machines . the regular machines can only afford the manufacturing of materials types 1 ; 2 and 3 while the super machine are more flexible because they generate all 6 material types . knowing that there is 25 regular machines and 15 super machines in addition to a plant operating capacity of 24 hours a day for the 30 days of next month , the company is obliged to meet the customer demand requirements based on established forecasts