Description

Capacity planning is the process of determining the production capacity needed by an organization to meet changing demands for its products. In the context of capacity planning, design capacity is the maximum amount of work that an organization is capable of completing in a given period. Effective capacity is the maximum amount of work that an organization is capable of completing in a given period due to constraints such as quality problems, delays, material handling, etc.

The phrase is also used in business computing and information technology as a synonym for capacity management. IT capacity planning involves estimating the storage, computer hardware, software and connection infrastructure resources required over some future period of time. A common concern of enterprises is whether the required resources are in place to handle an increase in users or number of interactions.[2] Capacity management is concerned about adding central processing units (CPUs), memory and storage to a physical or virtual server. This has been the traditional and vertical way of scaling up web applications, however IT capacity planning has been developed with the goal of forecasting the requirements for this vertical scaling approach.[3]

A discrepancy between the capacity of an organization and the demands of its customers results in inefficiency, either in under-utilized resources or unfulfilled customer demand. The goal of capacity planning is to minimize this discrepancy. Demand for an organization’s capacity varies based on changes in production output, such as increasing or decreasing the production quantity of an existing product, or producing new products. Better utilization of existing capacity can be accomplished through improvements in overall equipment effectiveness (OEE). Capacity can be increased through introducing new techniques, equipment and materials, increasing the number of workers or machines, increasing the number of shifts, or acquiring additional production facilities.

What Will I Learn?

  • Get an in depth understanding of the fundamentals of drawing
  • Learn gesture drawing, line and contour drawing, structural drawing, perspective drawing, portrait drawing and more
  • Learn and apply industry-standard drawing techniques
  • Learn how perspective works and how to incorporate it into your art
  • Gain access to the bonus section where I’ll teach you how to draw animation styled characters
  • Draw everyday objects, people, animals and scenes, using effective techniques

Topics for this course

11 Lessons06h 20m 01s

Getting started with WFM Capacity Planning  course?

Getting started with WFM Capacity Planning  course
Introduction to WFM Capacity Planning1:31:50
WFM Capacity Planning how it works1:55:06
Introduction to WFM Capacity Planning 
WFM Planning & Capability Building1:35:55
Advanced WFM Capability Building and Strategy1:55:08
WFM Lifecycles and Capacity Planning 1:58:27
Capacity Planning Process flow1:22:12
Capacity Planning Business Cases and Examples1:56:57
RFP Master Class1:11:27
RFP & Billing Practical Session part-11:43:30
RFP & Billing Practical session 21:43:29

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I did this course last winter. I’m now taking a college course on portraits. We were doing the eye and I was totally confused. I went back to the eye lessons and am much more clear on doing an eye.

This course was phenomenal. I have never really spent any time drawing so I was reluctant but Jonathan's style and information really inspired me. I was hoping the course could have gone on forever. It is really nice to know that I have continual access to the lessons because I know I will be referring to them as needed. The best review I can say is that I am going to ontinue drawing.

$215

Material Includes

  • Tutorial Booklets
  • Instruction Videos

Requirements

  • No experience or pre-knowledge required
  • Any computer and/or laptop (both Window and Mac OS)
  • No special software needed, just a connection to the Internet

Target Audience

  • Anyone wanting to learn to draw and get better at drawing
  • Artist wanting to improve their drawing skills
  • Graphic designers, logo designers, and other design professionals wanting to improve their sketching and drawing abilities
  • People who want to draw for fun or people who want to add it to their work skills portfolio
  • People who want to convey ideas quickly and easily, using visual communication

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