Management Aspects

Management aspects
Study of management aspects is carried out in two types

Management when building business projects.
Management when the business is operationalized routinely. It even happens, a lot happens, that business projects fail to be built or operationalized not because of other aspects, but because of weak management.

Financial aspect
Relating to the source of funds to be obtained and the projected return with the level of capital costs and sources of funds concerned.

There are several important data sources that will be used, namely:
Initial data on market and marketing aspects such as: sales / demand projections, product prices, and marketing budget (costs).
Operational and production data, in the form of: location plans for rental and purchase, cost of production (raw materials, TKL, supporting materials), and plans for the procurement of machinery, equipment, technology used.
Personnel data, in the form of: recruitment fee plans, training costs, fixed wage costs, benefits, and others.
Legality, in the form of: notary fees, principle licensing fees (for example, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Law, Ministry of Forestry, Ministry of Law, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Health, Ministry of National Education, etc.), operational licensing fees (Pemda).
Economic and cultural aspects
Relating to the impact given to the community due to the existence of a project:
a. From a cultural point of view, it examines the impact of the existence of the project on the lives of local people, local customs.
b. From an economic standpoint, whether the project can change or actually reduce the income per capita of the local population. Such as how much the level of income per capita of the population, national income or the average wage of local labor or UMR, etc.
c. And in terms of social, whether the existence of the project area becomes increasingly crowded, traffic is increasingly smoother, there are lines of communication, electricity and other lighting, education of the local community.

Legal and Legal Aspects
Relating to the legal presence at which the project will be built which includes applicable legal provisions including:

i) Location permit:
certificate (land certificate), proof of the latest UN payment,  recommendation from RT / RW / Kecamatan
ii) Business license: Deed of establishment of the company from the local notary PT / CV or in the form of other legal entity.
NPWP (taxpayer identification number), Company registration certificate,  Business location permit from the local government
Partnership certificate from the local government, Local SIUP, Issue issued by the Regional Office of the Ministry of Information

Several factors are used as a basis in the feasibility assessment, namely:
What legal entity is the most suitable form of formal business entity to be established
Business commodities include the types of merchandise (commodities) permitted or prohibited by law
How to do business violates religious law or not
Operational technical obtains permission from the relevant agency / department / service or not.
External environmental impact aspects
The aspect of environmental impact is the analysis most needed at this time, because every project that is carried out will have a very large impact on the surrounding environment, including:
Impact on water
Impact on soil
Impact on air
Impact on human health
In the end, the establishment of a business will have an impact on the physical life, flora and fauna that surround the business as a whole.