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English translation: staffing curve

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12:31 Sep 27, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Mitarbeitergebirge
Relates to the number of employees needing throughout the various phases of a project, with more people being required during the peak phase of the project than in the start-up or implementation phase.
Anja Brito
Canada
English translation:staffing curve
Explanation:
I played around with some hunches on the search engines, and this one brought home the goodies.

For example, at the URL quoted, in the section:
Plan effectively with requirements based on estimates

... they generate an early picture of your schedule and staffing curve right at the beginning of the project life style

Search engines come up with plenty more examples
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Tim Drayton
Cyprus
Local time: 14:10
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Summary of answers provided
nastaffing curve
Tim Drayton
napeak personnel/staffing/manpower requirement
Tom Funke
nalit. mountains of staff/employees
Elisabeth Moser


  

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lit. mountains of staff/employees


Explanation:
but I think the way you describe it, a
pyramid is meant, rather than a mountain (e.g. staffing pyramid).


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Elisabeth Moser
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peak personnel/staffing/manpower requirement


Explanation:
_manpower_ contains a gender bias that's generally tolerated because personpower just doesn't fly.

The politically correct term In the US) -- human resources-- would require some provbably fairly awkward restructuring.



    Reference: http://www-projet.cst.cnes.fr/SpaceOps/Automation/6_15.html
Tom Funke
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2 hrs
staffing curve


Explanation:
I played around with some hunches on the search engines, and this one brought home the goodies.

For example, at the URL quoted, in the section:
Plan effectively with requirements based on estimates

... they generate an early picture of your schedule and staffing curve right at the beginning of the project life style

Search engines come up with plenty more examples


    Reference: http://www.spc.ca/products/estimate/overview.htm
Tim Drayton
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