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You will often hear that the dam engineering is balancing benefits and environmental costs- This slide shows how dam can help to produce food and cut cost with the production detour, through the water …

You will often hear that the dam engineering is balancing benefits and environmental costs- This slide shows how dam can help to produce food and cut cost with the production detour, through the water channels or electrical energy production.

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  • 1. WHY A DAM IS PROFITABLE ● FOR THE PROFIT EARNED GEORGES RADJOU gsradjou@outlook.com BIRD CEO, PROJECT MANAGER© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 2. WAYS TO GET FOOD (Subsidiarity principle) DAM ENGINEERING DIRECT DIRECT WAY WAY WATER HARVESTING FOOD DAM ELECTRICITY WORKING MONEY INDIRECT INDIRECT WAY WAY© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 3. WHAT IS PROFIT / PRICE OPERATION OPERATION DAM DAM START END FINAL PILE INITIAL PILE PROFIT PRICE FIXED R&D INVESTMENT R&D FIXED COST COST MONEY MONEY© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 4. PROFIT : FORDISM WAY TO PRODUCE [FOOD CONSUMPTION DIRECT WAY = HARVESTING] SMALL FOOD SMALL (SP) Method 1 : DAM HARVESTING PRODUCTION A small volume v (small food prodcution) SMALL PROFIT V V>v BP > SP FOOD BIG (BP) HARVESTING PRODCUTION BIG DAM Method 1 : A bigger volume V (and a bigger production) v BIG PROFIT© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 5. P2 = N2 x p = Fix cost + N2 var. Cost + profit P1= Nmin x p = Fix cost + Nmin x Var Total price Variable cost P2 profit Fixe cost No profit 0 N N2 Number of good sold/per min unit of price© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 6. THE MORE IS PRODUCED THE CHEAPER THE PRICE P Pi Δp P = P (Q) Qi Δq Q© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 7. Subsidiarity Principle It is more flexible (it costs less) => to build a dam and to produce electricity, then buying food with the elctricty produced by the dam Than => Using the water behind the dam for farming and harvesting the food needed along the the food processing A possible reason is => the profit and the time to grow the food© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 8. Food consumption : direct and indirect way Dam DIRECT 3 years to Water get food production Water Small tree Food Planting to get Electricity Electricity production production Worker revenues To buy food Worker Factory INDIRECT© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 9. Where does the profit come Time is money Detour of production with a dam The technology to produceelectricity is shortening the duration for food consumption instead of water harvesting for the feeds© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 10. HOW A DAM IS PROFITABLE Harvesting Harvesting Competing Versus Direct way alternatives hydroelectricity food Loss Food Food Food Of production Food production opportunity Water Water Production Dam Added Production engineering value (DAM) (DAM) Electricity Electricity profit revenues revenues profit production production Detour of Food production manufacturing© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 11. MODERN VERSUS SUSTAINABLE CONTEMPRORAIN PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES LONG HORIZON LINE STRATEGYWATERPRODUCTION harvesting harvestingONLY HAVESTING Food Food DAM DAM production production PROFITELECTRICALENERGY manufacturing manufacturingPRODUCTIO SHORT HORIZON LINE FORDISMN STRATEGY © GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 12. LINK ACTIVITY WITH INNOVATION AND COST Food Food Production Production PROFIT COST PROFIT ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES (PRICE) (PRICE) INNOVATION© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 13. WHAT IS PROFIT OPERATION TECH TECH OPERATION START NOLOGY NOLOGY END FINAL PILE INCREASE ? INNOVATION PROFIT P R I INITIAL REDUCTION C PILE E COST MONEY MONEY© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 14. BUSINESS PRICING THERMOTER POTENTIALITIES FOR COSTS OR 37 Pricing NOVELTIES 36 INNOVATION 35 COSTS (FIXE + VARIABLE)© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 15. BEFORE TODAY LONG HORIZON LINE PARADIGMS LONG HORIZON LINE STRATEGY STRATEGY INTEGRATION RESOURCE RESOURCE SECURITY SUSTAINABILITY FORDISM SHORT HORIZON LINE SHORT HORIZON LINE STRATEGY STRATEGY OIL SOCIETY GREEN SOCIETY© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
  • 16. END ● COMMENTS OR SUGGESTONS GEORGES RADJOU gsradjou@outlook.com BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT UN- ECOSOC REGISTERED (NEW-YORK)© GEORGES RADJOU, BIRD CEO BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT