demand management


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demand management

n
(Economics) economics the regulation of total spending in an economy to required levels, attempted by a government esp in order to avoid unemployment or inflation: a measure advocated by Keynesian economists
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Kicking off the discussion was Drew Reckner, who heads up i2 Technologies' continuous demand management solutions department.
The demand management or 'peak pricing' plan has three key components:
Demand management is about making energy usage more efficient.
According to Lori Kay, transportation consultant for UW, "Travel demand management doesn't mean you don't build new parking spaces, you just build fewer spaces." Thanks to TDM, says Kay, the school has been able to spend its allocated funds on sorely needed visitor parking rather than plowing the money back into staff and student parking.
KR Associates define eight components that compose integrated care management: (a) community wellness, (b) demand management, (c) care management, (d) disease management, (e) outcomes management, (f) contract management, (g) continuum of care services, and (h) infrastructure.
Mark Edwards and the demand management staff will also support vendor managed inventory initiatives for the department and specialty store accounts.
Different aspects of demand management are both pre-disease and disease-oriented.
CARE CAPACITY demand management is showing Hawkes Bay District Health Board (DHB) has staffing shortages, but nursing vacancies are not being filled in a timely way because of budget constraints.
Present were Ramon Alikpala, Be Secure senior technical adviser for water; Bebet Gozun, Be Secure climate resiliency team leader; and experts on water demand management: Mary Ann Dickenson, president and CEO of Alliance for Water Efficiency (United States); Maysoon Zoubi, former secretary general of the Ministry of Water and Irrigation (Jordan); and Stuart White, director of the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology (Australia).
This article explains the complex process of strategic demand management by developing a comprehensive theoretical framework that integrates research focused on diverse aspects of demand management such as product characteristics, environmental uncertainties, operational strategies, integration between supply and demand processes, and performance outcomes.