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Dear All,
Does any one one has expeeince into manpower planning forecasting
ifyes please can any one explain1ratio analysis 2,trend analysis
and which one is done in theIT Industry and how is it done?
Regards
Harsha.M

There Are Many Methodologies Of Manpower Planning:
But For Your Qery:
1. Trend Is Benchmark Practices
2. Ratio Is Engagement Of Manpower Per Operating Points.....
For Scientific Manpower Planning Following Can Be Used:
1. Procss Mapping
2. Activity Analysis
3. Regression Analysis
4. Process Re-design
This Is Being Followed In Case Of Manpower Optimization Under Business Process Re-engineering To Downsize The Surplus Manpower.
Badlu

Dear Mr.Rajeev,

First let me explain the question itself and answer in that context.
Ratio-Trend Analysis
The basic principle here is to say if it takes six people for example, to perform amn existing amount of work, it will take twelve people to do twice as much. Organization measure activity levels in a variety of different ways. The ratio between direct and indirect in manufacturing is classic one.

Individual departments in an organization also will have their own rule-of-the-thumb measures. A sales department, for instance, may have an idea of the number of customer calls a sales person should make in a week, and indeed, use this as one criterion for monitoring sales efficiency. If business plan projects an increase in the number of new customers, this can be translated into proportionate increase in the sales force.

The problem with measures like these is that they are crude. They take no account of economics neither of scales which affect efficiency nor of local conditions; nor of the potential of new methods and technology to increase efficiency.

For detail transfer of know how, I charge consultation fees depending on deliverables and technical evaluation of projects.

Regards

Badlu


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