Transcript: LOGISTICS-WHO? WHO? WHEN? HOW? Direct Supply Project Secured Job Scope Florence M Loh Take off Drawings for Ironmongery scheduling and revision.Catalogue and Cutsheets. Quotation URGENT AND IMPORTANT ISSUES INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL? LOADING AND UNLOADING TO SITE. QUANTITY COUNTING(WHO). SIGNED DOCUMENT RETURN TO COORDINATOR FOR PROGRESS CLAIM. Internal Handover Sales to Project Team. Contract Sum,Ironmongery Schedule,Catalogue DHW project flow chart External Meeting Site Personnel Introduction-Sales and Project Project Execution Site Meetings Sample board submission. Updating Ironmongery schedule. MK schedule Finalize Order to Purchaser. Delivery Schedule to Site. Products Technical Matter PROGRESS CLAIM & ORDER PROCESS Peter Kee
Transcript: Hire A Proffesional To Help You Program Your App Hire A Developer Plan And Draft Your Application For Mass Distribution Market It And Start Selling Find Your Idea Lay It Out And Sort It Out Lay Out Your Ideas and Plan Your App It is Done, Sell it Advertise It and make some Money iPhone Application Flow Chart
Transcript: Investigation/observations: Asking questions about the data, interpretation of findings. Does the data answer hypothesis or infer an incorrect prediction? Inspiration to form new testable questions can be found from your findings. Challenging existing procedures advances Science. Conclusion/outcome: simply....... Communication/feedback: Analyze results, support or challenge a hypothesis, form new testable questions with different variables. Testing Ideas/theories: Flow Chart Project by Maxwell Cattermole New data can answer curiosity, build knowledge, solve problems, inform people, and address issues but most importantly it can raise new questions. It is through new scientific discoveries that the world around us advances. Gathering Data: First you make a question. Then you make your hypothesis (testable idea), predictions, then you gather your materials, all of which should be noted. (So if you have to change something, like a measurement) you can tell which material to use. All stages of the experiment have to be accurately observed and recorded so it can either be repeated if successful or changed if necessary. For instance in an experiment to test drive a car think of all the variables! For example tire wear, driving line, hp, power to weight ratio, amount of fuel, type of fuel, driver experience, size of car and engine size. Interpreting data/analysis This is one of the most important parts of science, this is where you share all of your data, research, evidence and see if it is well received, maybe even publish it if it is good enough. Use feedback to change/advance your experiment. News breaking scientific discovery is usually published in magazines, for example Nature; New Scientist and Science, rather than books. This is because science is constantly changing and by the time books are published, the discovery might be outdated. Scientific journals such as Nature are published weekly.
Transcript: One low line can leave a process symbol and one can enter a decision symbol and around three leave the decision symbol; one flow line works with a terminal symbol Bibliography How to Draw a Flowchart on Microsoft Word -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flowchart#History -http://www.virtualsciencefair.org/2009/xing9t2/quiz_page1.htm -http://creately.com/blog/diagrams/all-you-need-to-know-about-flowcharting/ -http://www.virtualsciencefair.org/2009/xing9t2/pseu.htm -http://www.edrawsoft.com/flowchart-symbols.php -http://www.edrawsoft.com/How-to-draw-flowchart.php -http://bioneural.dyndns.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/iblog/flowchart.jpg -http://www.rff.com/flowchart_samples.htm Has to flow left to right or top to bottom. 3. Describe the action happening in the symbols in detail; keep it clear and understandable 4. Follow the flow 5. Following the process, create a useful conclusion -1921: First explained by Frank Gilbreth in in a presentation called "Process Charts-First steps in finding the one best way" -1930s: Allan H. Mogensen trained some business people for some of these tools -1947: ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) adopted symbol set from Gilbreth's original idea -1970's: Flowchart use decreased because of computer terminals and programming languages Flow chart should be easy to follow and not messy. Represented as a parallelogram Video History of Flowcharts Flowchart Best Practices Uneven flowchart symbol sizes: Ovals or rounded rectangles; contains the word 'Start' or 'end', or other phrases indicating the start or end of a process Be Concise, not Copious: Inconsistent flow direction: -Input/Output: When drawing flow chart everything has to be in proper order. Most common mistakes. . The flowchart's message to get lost in a sea of visual noise. Common Mistakes Made when Drawing Flowcharts When possible, make your flowchart symbols the same height and width. -Start/End Symbols: Keep it simple and be logical Show flow of control from one symbol to another 1. Have the boundaries labeled properly as "start" and "end" 2. Finish the big picture by adding symbols (processing, decision, input/output, etc.) -Conditional/ Decision: Flowchart Symbols Meaning Clarity is Paramount: Too many colors: -Processing steps Standard for Flow Lines: Diamond/Rhombus, contain yes/no question or true/false test; two arrows extending out of it into direction of yes/true, or no/false Keep it short Flowchart Templates/Examples -Arrows Flowchart Templates/ Examples A flowchart contains a loop back that can lead to an infinite loop. Stick to Right Direction: No Arrow Pointers: How to draw a Flowchart Infinite loops: It should be top to bottom or left to right and consistent flow direction. Proper Form is Essential: Represented as rectangles; ex. "Add 1 to X" Logic precedes Everything:
Transcript: How to connect to a wireless network No Turn it on Connect it Yes No Turn it on Connect it Yes No Wait some minutes. Reset the modem Yes No Ask somebody for it Yes No Try it again. Ask if someone change it Yes No Wait a little bit. Restart your computer. Call to the technical service Check the status of each led Turn on the modem Look for the password behind the modem Internet is ready Introduce it on the computer (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Flow Chart Turn on the computer
Transcript: They do all the publicity for the play to put it out there so people will become interested Set designer Makes the lighting so that it meets the Director's wishes, and writes the lighting cues for the production Head of the audio crew, and the duties of this position is to be responsible over the set up, maintenance, and operation of the sound system Creates the sound system for the show, and creates the cues needed for the show Artistic director Make-up crew 1. Tech director 2. Set designer 3. Light designer 4. Costume designer 5. Audio designer 6. Make-up designer 7. Audio one/crew 8. Master carpenter/crew 9. Master electrician/crew 10. Props master/crew 11. Makeup crew 12. Costume mistress/crew 1. Producer 2. Artistic director 3. House manager 4. Box office manager 5. Publicist 6. Director 7. Stage manager 8. Tech director Is responsible for taking care of all the technical aspects of the play. Works directly under the Director Makes all adjustments (if any are needed), & controls the money Designs the costumes to fit the designers vision Master electrician Box office manager All the do is manage the box office, and the money from the ticket sales Costume designer Master carpenter Costume crew Creates the schedule for when the actors need to get makeup, and helps applicants Technical director Helps the make-up designer with doing the make-up on the actors and also helps the applicants Prop master pretty much creates the design for the production and creates a piece of music or drama to be used during the build process. House manager Director Producer Publicist Make-up designer Lighting designer Is responsible for taking care of all the technical aspects of the play. Works directly under the Director The office: The build Audio one/crew Technical director Stage manager Audio designer pretty much they manage everything that happens in the house, for example: ushers, box office, & refreshments Everybody reports to the SM. in control of everything that happens backstage Sometimes directs the shows, monitor's money spent, and is responsible for the artistic decisions Responsible for getting or creating the props, and maintenance Head of the carpentry crew Flow chart project Head of the lighting department and is responsible for the installation, maintenance and operation of the lighting plot This is the guy that pretty much handles everything that happens on the stage. He runs the rehearsals and has various other duties
Transcript: The Rump Parliement passed the first navagational act in October 1651. It stipulated that goods could be imported into the territories of the English. On October 1, 1768 colonists took action to the redcoats, teasing them like the British were intruders on there land.They called names,spit,and even fought these " redcoats". Boston fired at them on 1770, 5 colonists were killed For every hundred pound of the foreiner suger,one pound,over and above all duties imposed by any former act of the parliment. The Tea Act stated that all tea must be taxed, and any other british goods.Colonists protested by showing violence, rebellion, made restances, and even had a secret town meeting. The Intolerable and Coercive Acts were known as the British Paliment,they were a series of laws.These laws triggerd an outrage and a huge resistance through out the thirteen colonies. In 1763 the British Empire was worried about the speculators in both colonies,their activity's lead to frontier conflicts. October 1765,Parliement attemted to raise the tax prices.When london heard about this plan the Parliment was making the Lords of Trade were very upset. 1765,the Parliment passed the Quartering Act, it stated that all British troops will be housed in barracks and in the public houses. Body 2005 Body Body SOCIAL STUDIES FLOW CHART 2002 March 7 4 Body 2 2000 3 Body 6 2010 Body 5 7 Body Body Head Body project flow chart Body (cc) image by jantik on Flickr Body 1 Body
Transcript: CUSTOMER ABANDONS THEIR CART A: Personalized Letter sent from "web manager" thanking them for their loyalty. Encourage them to share images on IG with hashtag. B: Traditionally designed email thanking them for their loyalty. Encourage them to share images on IG with hashtag. immediately a,b test content & presentation customer win backs acquisition CUSTOMER BUYS 3 TIMES 7 days later SIGNS UP FOR NEWSLETTER a,b test content & presentation customer loyalty A: Have you seen our latest adventures? (promo blog content) B: Advertise some user generated photos of Howler Products. Build a grass-roots social presence and pump it out through this channel. 48 hours later customer loyalty Send a promo code that can be shared with 5 friends -- make the customer feel inclusive/VIP. a/b test subject lines CUSTOMER BUYS 2 TIMES immediately a,b test content & presentation A: Personalized Letter sent from "web manager" thanking them for their loyalty. Encourage them to share images on IG with hashtag. B: Traditionally designed email thanking them for their loyalty. Encourage them to share images on IG with hashtag. 48 hours later customer loyalty a,b test content & presentation A: Have you seen our latest adventures? (promo blog content) B: Advertise some user generated photos of Howler Products. Build a grass-roots social presence and pump it out through this channel. 2 hours later a,b test subject lines A: It looks like you left something behind B: Hey Name/There, your order is ready to be ordered. 48 hours later a,b test subject lines A: Last chance to check out this order! B: Grab it before someone else does. CUSTOMER ABANDONS THEIR CART 1 PURCHASE, NO VISIT IN 3 MONTHS a,b test content & presentation A: Welcome back, check out a few items we picked specially for you. Give produets the center stage. B: Welcome back, check out our latest stories. Give content the center stage. drifting customer a,b test content & presentation A: Use promo code to enjoy free shipping on your next order, but this week only! Use a deadline to establish sense of urgency, use free shipping as incentive. B: Enjoy a percentage off 1 category (ie hats, accessories, T's, but this week only! Again, use the deadline to establish a sense of urgency and discount as incentive. immediately 1 month later
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