BSBADM311A Maintain Business Resources Assessment 1




BSBADM311A Maintain Business Resources Assessment 1

BSBADM311A Maintain Business Resources

Assessment task 1


  • Inventory of all resources and project requests
  • Detailed views of resource assignments against work items and tasks
  • Resource search capability, which helps match demand with supply
  • 2.

  • Resource usage
  • Budget
  • Resource allocations
  • Resource requirements
  • Stock levels
  • 3.

    To monitor the resources of a job, you can follow these steps:

  • View the Resource Usage report.
  • View the Job Dependencies report.
  • Monitor the resources of a job.
  • Release a resource.
  • 4.

  • List the common resources used in most health promotion programs.
  • Identify the tasks to be carried out by program personnel.
  • Explain the difference between internal and external personnel.
  • 5.

  • Demonstrate that your business is addressing its health and safety obligations.
  • Show that your business is committed to working within a set of health and safety principles.
  • Clarify functions and responsibilities in your business.
  • Ensure that safe systems of work are recorded, communicated to workers and implemented in a consistent way throughout your business.
  • 6.

    An information system is software that helps you organize and analyze data. This makes it possible to answer questions and solve problems relevant to the mission of an organization.


  • Can be used quickly if the issues requiring feedback are clearly identified.
  • Useful when seeking statistics to compare views/opinions. 
  • Results are easy to assimilate and communicate.
  • Results can be presented in different formats.
  • 8.



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  • What results would be considered satisfactory?
  • What condition will exist when the duty is well performed?
  • What is the difference between good and poor performance?
  • 9.

  • save money on supplies
  • conserve natural resources and energy
  • reduce current waste disposal costs and hedge against increased disposal costs in the future
  • 10.

    Resource Budget

    Resource Allocation


  • Capital costs
  • Storage space costs
  • Inventory services costs
  • Inventory risk costs
  • 12.

    The just in time – is a system whereby material arrive at the time they are needed

    Fixed point re-ordering – is a system which activities the ordering process when inventory reaches a certain level

    Fixed interval recording – is dependent on accurate forecasting

    Economy order quality – can be used to balance purchase quality against ordering


  • Quality. Quality is the most important factor to the supplier selection process. …
  • Delivery. It’s essential to understand your potential supplier’s lead time and be familiar with their supply chain. …
  • Cost. Cost is more than just price. …
  • Innovation.
  • 14.

    Just in time – Just-in-time (JIT) is an inventory strategy companies employ to increase efficiency and decrease waste by receiving goods only as they are needed in the production process, thereby reducing inventory costs. This method requires producers to forecast demand accurately.


    1.Motivation – Every staff member is unique; therefore the motivation to perform better will be different for each person. 2.Setting Goals – Make sure you have a vision for how you want your practice to operate now and in the future. 3.Praise – Take advantage of big and small opportunities to praise your staff for work well done.


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