Gross requirements plan is a schedule that shows the total demand for an item (prior to subtraction of on-hand inventory and scheduled receipts) and (1) when it must be ordered from suppliers, or (2) when production must be started to meet its demand by a particular date. Net requirements plan includes gross requirements, on-hand inventory, net requirements, planned order receipt, and planned order release for each item.
(actual - plan)/plan
The Going-to Future is more colloquial. We also tend to use it when there is a mental plan/project to do something, or as a sort of a near future. ex: I'm going to punish you if you don't stop right now! She's going to leave him. They are going to leave on Sunday (but here we might also say "They are leaving on Sunday").
To calculate the Percent to Plan, you can first substitute the variable X for the percent and the variable Y for the Plan, and then you can solve for the end rate of percent to plan easily.
the replublicans, especially the radicals, thought this plan was too lenient toward the south and wanted a stricter plan
When people implementing QMS (Quality Management System) they define few templates and forms at organization level. when these templates are filled in the project they have to under go change management process where as filled forms are need not under go CM processFilled templates are configurable items where as filled forms are non configurable items in a project.Filled templates are documents and forms are records.eg: Project Plan is a template where as Risk Log is a form
what is the difference betwen objective and plan
There is no difference between a unit plan and a scheme of wok. thank u. By highkult
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a plan is how your going to do somthing and an act is doing it
(actual - plan)/plan
there is none
What is the difference between Off plan property and under construction?
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The biggest difference between a 401(k) plan and a traditional pension plan is the distinction between a defined benefit plan and a defined contribution plan. Defined benefit plans, such as pensions, guarantee a given amount of monthly income in retirement and place the investment risk on the plan provider.