Absolute Time Weight

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Absolute Time Weight

We use the absolute time weight (ATW) to work with the efficiency of activity. It is the weight that the time of a time hub has to the overall time that we take to do things in Org. A time hub can be any part of Org, such as the sum of all the time that it takes to do our strategic initiative, to do our operations, or to do any other part of Org. E.g., if the time of all strategic initiative is 40% of the total time budget of Org, then the absolute weight of the time of our strategic initiative will be “.40”, etc. Other time weights that relate to absolute time weight are the group time weight (GTW) and time weight (TW).

 

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