Resource Management Case Study

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Resource Management

Part A. Case Study

1. Prepare a summary of paper usage vs allocation for the month of April on a weekly basis. Assume the organisation received the same amount of paper per week.

| |WEEK 1 |WEEK 2 |WEEK 3 |WEEK 4 | |Usage |3,750 |3,750 |3,750 |3,750 | |April |50,000 |50,000 |50,000 |50,000 |

2. Prepare procedures and guidelines for purchasing, allocation and recording of paper outline in your procedures minimum stock levels before ordering must be done.

| |Purchasing |Allocation |Recording | |Procedures |-Payment of method |-Base on regular usage |-record of usage and allocation | | |-Compare price& |-Base on safety level |-filing invoice& delivery documents | | |Quality | | | | |- Compare regular usage | | | | |-Compare delivery time and service | | | | |-Storage for product | | | | |-Source of product | | | |Guidelines |-Company policy |-Compare usage of paper every 2 |-Arrange all invoice & delivery | | |-choosing the cheapest of paper |weeks |documents and compare usage about last| | |-Stock and order recording system |-minimum delivery period 2weeks |month | | |-Supply must pay the delivery cost and |-Australian required for more |-All damaged item record and verify by| | |minimum order level |usage |accountant | | |-Minimum & maximum order level | | | | |-Australian source only | | | | |-Insurance | | |

3. Provide on how the organization can implement environmentally sustainable work practices for the paper usage and recycling.

-Summarise form and substance. Do not first print out and after arranging and then you can save ink and paper.

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