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|1. SCHEDULING RESOURCE ALLOCATION - A MAJOR ISSUE IN IMPLEMENTING PROJECTS WITHIN ORGANIZATIONS|
Volume 1 | DOI: 10.12753/2066-026X-16-066 | Pages: 457-462
Within an organization, there will always be more project proposals than the resources available. Having this in mind, selecting projects must be made through a system of priorities as those projects which contribute to reaching the organization's aims should be selected.
Planning a project is complete after having scheduled all activities, taking into account the entire resource basis available in the organization.
We should also keep in mind the fact that in order to successfully run a project one should focus on the project finalizing effort in accordance with the deadline. Thus, the planning process should comprise the fact that the organization resources are to be employed neither excessively nor deficiently. All the above lead to a rather complex planning process, should we keep in mind the scheduling or the organization could face great unbalance in carrying out the project or situations could appear in which the resources necessary to the project could be more numerous than the ones available in the organization.
Unfolding a project under an ideal execution program cannot be always a fact, but using rules and best working tools definitely lead to a rational and efficient scheduling of resources.
Employing an adequate method could support starting a project in a short period of time only if scarce resources are available and can be legally allotted to the respective project.
While allotting resources, most of the times observation can be made that available resources do not allow unfolding activities quickly enough so that the project could reach the final deadline.
Projects are limited in using resources by the level and the bulk of available resources and the maximum deadline set in finalizing the respective project.
resources, allocation, organization, deadline