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Analytical planning and improved resource allocation in British universities

John Fielden

Analytical planning and improved resource allocation in British universities

a critical evaluation of AmericanPPBS and its potential in Great Britain

by John Fielden

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Published by University of London .
Written in English


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Statementby John Fielden.
SeriesLeverhulme research fellowship in accountancy report -- no.2
ContributionsLeverhulme Trust Fund.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20393751M

SUBJECT: Integrated Planning, Resource Allocation, and Assessment 1. Purpose: It is the purpose of this policy to: a. Establish a planning, resource allocation, and assessment process that integrates the various components into a system that assures that academic and facilities planning is consistent with the. Resource Allocations Resource Allocation Problems?Resource allocation problems are linear programming problems involving the allocation of resources to activities.?The identifying feature for any such problem is that each functional constraint in the linear programming model is a resource constraint, which has the form: Amount of resource used. Abstract. This paper identifies four approaches to resource allocation decisions in public services from the literature: a rational approach using devices such as budgets, cost-benefit analysis, statistical techniques, etc.; non-rational approaches such as satisficing, muddling through, and garbage can models of decision making; expectations analysis based on what managers believe is expected Author: Zoe Yan Zhuang, Paul M. Collier. (1) set objectives and standards (Standards measure performance levels in 5 areas: Quantity, Quality, Time or Deadlines, Cost, Behavior) (2) measure performance(You cannot control everything; Identify the critical success factors - PRIORITIES).


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