Preliminary core: Resource Managment

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Preliminary Year 11 CAFS (Resource Managment) Flashcards on Preliminary core: Resource Managment, created by murrai on 06/02/2014.

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FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF RESOURCE MANAGMENT FOCUS QUESTION 1
Wellbeing • defining wellbeing • factors affecting wellbeing – emotional – economic – cultural – physical – spiritual – social • individual and group wellbeing
Needs and wants • defining needs and wants • specific needs – adequate standard of living (food, clothing, shelter) – health – education – employment – safety and security – sense of identity • Maslow’s hierarchy • satisfaction of needs and wants − goal setting − enhancing wellbeing
Resources • defining resources • specific resources – human, eg energy, knowledge, intelligence, sight, language, skills and abilities, motivation – non-human, eg food, clothing, money, electricity, shelter • interchangeability of resources • resource sustainability (to conserve a resource)
INFLUENCES ON RESOURCE MANAGMENT FOCUS QUESTION 2
Factors affecting resource managment • personal values and past experiences • factors influencing availability of and access to resources, eg age, gender, disability, culture, socioeconomic status • access to support − informal, eg relatives, friends, neighbours − formal, eg government agencies, community organisations
Personal management skills • planning and organisation • communication – verbal and non-verbal – assertive, aggressive, passive – characteristics of effective communication • decision making – decision-making styles – impulsive, intuitive, hesitant, confident, rational – factors influencing decision making • problem solving
EFFECTIVE RESOURCE MANAGMENT FOCUS QUESTION 3
Strategies for effective resource managment • using interchangeable resources • adopting sustainable behaviours • accessing support • developing personal management skills • engaging in education or training
Interviews as a primary research method • constructing, conducting, recording responses − structured and unstructured • advantages and disadvantages • analysing research results
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