Resource Allocation

  • Ken Swann
Part of the Macmillan Handbooks in Industrial Management book series


In the previous chapter the treatment of networks assumed the establishment of single or multiple estimates of time for each activity regardless of the effects of other projects and the conflicting demands for resources. Indeed, the situation was viewed as static, rather unrealistically, as in practice a more dynamic situation is the rule, where compromises are made regarding the various resource inputs of labour, equipment and money, any of which could affect the activity time.


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© Ken Swann 1973

Authors and Affiliations

  • Ken Swann
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  1. 1.The PolytechnicHuddersfieldUK

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