Performance benchmarking through indicators, Electrical Engineering

Performance Benchmarking through Indicators

There are various indicators techniques for benchmarking. It is also not probable to benchmark all the indicators, collect and analyze the data and take the corrective action upon gap analysis. Therefore it becomes imperative to classify the indicators in certain category and selected the appropriate indicators method for that particular category. The indicators could be categorized into three wide categories:

  • Partial Indicators;
  • Specific Core Indices; and
  • Overall Performance Indicators
Posted Date: 2/6/2013 2:36:40 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Performance benchmarking through indicators, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Performance benchmarking through indicators, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Performance benchmarking through indicators Discussions

Write discussion on Performance benchmarking through indicators
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
why open loop system is stable and why degree of stability varies in closed loop system

Consider a source of voltage v(t) = 10 √2 sin 2t V, with an internal resistance of 1800 Ω. A transformer that can be considered ideal is used to couple a 50- resistive load to th

Athree-phase, wye-connected, round-rotor, 220- V, 60-Hz, synchronous motor, having a synchronous reactance of 1.27  per phase and negligible armature resistance, is connected in p

Q.   A 6 - pole, DC armature with 36 slots and 2 coil - slides/slot is to be wave wound (double layer). Calculate the back pitch, front - pitch and commentator pitch. How many dumm

Q. Determine v, i, and the power delivered to elements in the network given in Figure. Check whether conservation of power is satisfied by the circuit.

Consider the circuit shown in Figure in the t -domain as well as in the s-domain. Formulate the s-domain nodal equations and use MATLAB to solve for V A (s) and V B (s).

Variable Frequency  Systems In this  systems the chopping period  T will varying but  either Ton is kept constant or T off kept constant. In  any case the off  time T off   w

Applications Platform: GIS applications should be capable to act as a base system over which the other business process application can be integrated which is the objective of

Voltage divider bias: The voltage divider is made by using external resistors R 1  and R 2 . The voltage beyond than R 2  forward biases the emitter junction. Via prop

Consider the circuit in Figure (a), which include a controlled source, and find the current in the 5-V source and the voltage across the 5- resistor by using (a) the loop-current