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these are the human and material needed for tranforming and performing the processes of tranformation model
the facilities of an organisation including buildings,machinery, and equipment.
Transformation Model Transformed resources = materials, information, customers. Transforming resources = people/labor/staff, facilities/equipment/capital
what are the best ways to take advantage of using transformed resources from inputs?
Inputs is concerned with two (2) different types of resources: Transferred resources (materials, process information and customers) and transforming resources (staff and facilities)
Inputs at the transformation process can be of raw materials (trees into lumber, paper) information (accountants etc) customers (chefs, hairstylist) all make the efficiency of this process
Such a great resource, input transformed and transforming process.
In the transformation model, input is a very important as without input there will be no precessing or output. input are those things that are are aquired by an organization so that there can be a processing or (and) output. Input is devided into transformed and transforming resourcess. Transformed resourcess; this are those resourcess that are completely used up in the process of transformation. there are three type of resourcess that can be transformed in operation namely: materials , information and persons
Transformation model input resource ,many people thinks of operation,the transformed has two types,transformed and transformation resource.
Some inputs are used up in the process of creating goods or services; others play a part in the creation process but are not used up. To distinguish between these, input resources are usually classified as:
Transformed resources - those that are transformed in some way by the operation to produce the goods or services that are its outputs
Transforming resources - those that are used to perform the transformation process.
Inputs include different types of both transformed and transforming resources.
Many people think of operations as being mainly about the transformation of materials or components into finished products, as when limestone and sand are transformed into glass or an automobile is assembled from its various parts.
But all organisations that produce goods or services transform resources: many are concerned mainly with the transformation of information (for example, consultancy firms or accountants) or the transformation of customers (for example, hairdressing or hospitals).
Three types of resource that may be transformed in operations are:
materials - the physical inputs to the process
information that is being processed or used in the process
customers - the people who are transformed in some way.
The two types of transforming resource are:
staff - the people involved directly in the transformation process or supporting it
facilities - land, buildings, machines and equipment.
The staff involved in the transformation process may include both people who are directly employed by the organisation and those contracted to supply services to it. They are sometimes described as ‘labour’.
The facilities of an organisation - including buildings, machinery and equipment - are sometimes referred to as ‘capital’. Operations vary greatly in the mix of labour and capital that make up their inputs. Highly automated operations depend largely on capital; others rely mainly on labour.
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