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Wednesday, 29 July 2015

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BUS515 week 1 Discussion 1
"Understanding OM" Please respond to the following:
Compare and contrast an existing organization’s three major functions (i.e., finance, marketing, and operations), and then justify the interdependence that operations have to finance and marketing. Provide examples to support your rationale.
Analyze the role of an operations manager, and then determine three challenges that an operations manager will respond to differently within a manufacturing industry as opposed to a service industry.
BUS515 week 1 Discussion 2
"Development of OM" Please respond to the following:
Evaluate three historical developments in OM, focusing on one major movement in history. Next, assess the significance that each of the three selected developments had during the corresponding time period.
Support the argument that customers’ demands have impacted today’s OM environment. Provide examples to support your rationale.

BUS515 week 2 Discussion 1
"Operation Strategy and Competitiveness" Please respond to the following:
Analyze one existing business operations strategy, and then evaluate how well or how poorly the chosen strategy supports that business’ vision, mission, and business plan. Provide support for your rationale.
Suggest the competitive priorities that the existing business that you chose used in the development of its operations strategy. Provide specific examples to support your suggestion.
BUS515 week 2 Discussion 2
"Development of OM" Please respond to the following:
Evaluate three historical developments in OM, focusing on one major movement in history. Next, assess the significance that each of the three selected developments had during the corresponding time period.
Support the argument that customers’ demands have impacted today’s OM environment. Provide examples to support your rationale.

BUS515 week 3 Discussion 1
"SCM" Please respond to the following:
Analyze the supply chain of an existing service or manufacturing organization, and justify two to three competitive advantages that the service or organization gains by utilizing the supply chain. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Select three problems that brick-and-mortar organizations face as they transition toward becoming virtual organizations. Debate whether the operations of virtual organizations exacerbate brick-and-mortar organizations’ existing problems or whether they create new problems. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
BUS515 week 3 Discussion 2
"Supply Chain Performance Metrics" Please respond to the following:
From the e-Activity, evaluate the pros and cons of an existing organization’s business strategy, and identify three supply chain performance metrics that align with customers’ expectations. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Evaluate the likelihood of success in an organization with poor supply chain performance metrics. Then, determine three supply chain performance metrics that were, in your opinion, misaligned with the customers’ expectations. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.

BUS515 week 3 Assignment 1
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Students, please view the "Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment" video in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.
Assignment 1: Vice President of Operations, Part 1
Due Week 3 and worth 200 points
Scenario: Imagine that you are the vice president of operations at a production or service organization. You have noticed that your organization’s current operations strategy is not supporting the challenges that the organization is presently facing. In order to maintain a competitive edge, you must address these challenges with your Chief Executive Officer immediately.
Select an existing production organization. Analyze the organization’s current vision, mission, business strategy, operation strategy, supply chain, total quality management, just-in-time philosophy, forecasting method, statistical technique, facility location, work design, project life cycle, and project management. Note: You will need this information in order to complete this and subsequent assignments.
As you collect the information for Assignment 1 and Assignment 2, remember that in Assignment 3 you must prepare a presentation for your Chief Executive Officer.
Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you:
1.      Evaluate key elements of the selected production or service organization’s operational efficiency with its operational strategy. Determine three (3) tasks that do not align with the operational strategy. Determine the weaknesses that are evident in each task.
2.      Formulate a new operations strategy for the selected organization based on the four (4) competitive priorities (i.e., cost, quality, time, and flexibility).
3.      Analyze both the structure of the competitive priorities and infrastructure of the production process. Develop three (3) new enablers that are aligned with the long-term plan of the selected organization. Evaluate three (3) pros and three (3) cons of the new enablers.
4.      Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not quality as academic resources.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
·         Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
·         Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
·         Analyze the differences between service and manufacturing operations management to identify planning considerations.
·         Formulate an operations strategy to conduct production or service operations.
·         Explain how an operations strategy impacts product design and process selection.Use technology and information resources to research issues in operations management.
·         Write clearly and concisely about operations management using proper writing mechanics.
Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills. Click here to access the rubric for this assignment.

BUS515 week 4 Discussion 1
"Evolution and Philosophy of TQM" Please respond to the following:
From the first e-Activity, select three of Deming’s 14 points, and evaluate how each point is critical to the success of a TQM program. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Select three specific concepts from the philosophy of TQM, and present three situations in which organizations can identify quality problems and correct them at the source. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
BUS515 week 4 Discussion 2
"Quality Awards and Standards" Please respond to the following:
From the second e-Activity, select an organization that received the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, and assess two to four contributions to quality that the chosen organization displayed. Compare the success of the chosen organization with organizations within similar industries, and judge whether TQM did or did not correlate with success.
Develop five strategies to share with an organization that would improve its quality standards. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.

BUS515 week 4 HOMEWORK 4
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Problem 2
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A jet engine has ten components in series. The average reliability of each component is 0.998. What is the reliability of the engine?
(Round your answer to 3 decimal places, e.g. 5.250.)
Reliability of engine
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Problem 4
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An engine system consists of three main components in a series, all having the same reliability. Determine the level of reliability required for each of the components if the engine is to have a reliability of 0.998. (Round answer to 4 decimal places, e.g. 15.2500.)
Level of reliability
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Problem 8
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A University Web server has five main components each with the same reliability. All five components must work for the server to function as intended. If the University wants to have a 95 percent reliability, what must be the reliability of each of the components? (Round answer to 4 decimal places, e.g. 15.2500.)
Reliability of each component
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BUS515 week 5 Discussion 1
"Just-in-Time (JIT)" Please respond to the following:
Develop three examples that illustrate how a manufacturing company of your choice uses JIT, and then determine three to four benefits of JIT for that particular organization. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Develop three examples that illustrate how a servicing company of your choice uses JIT, and then determine three to four benefits of JIT for that particular organization. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
BUS515 week 5 Discussion 2
"Forecasting" Please respond to the following:
Defend the benefits of the Delphi Method, and suggest two to three situations in which your past or current employer should have used it. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Compare and contrast the primary differences between a time-series model and a casual model. Debate two advantages and two disadvantages of each model. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.

BUS515 week 5 Midterm Exam
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BUS515 week 6 Discussion 1
"Control Charts" Please respond to the following:
From the e-Activity, analyze two to three different types of control charts, focusing on which aspects of each control chart would fit well in the industry that you chose to research.
Reconstruct a situation where a process was deemed out of control. Focus your reconstruction on key variations related to assignable causes or Type I errors. Next, determine the steps you could take to ensure that the process is maintained in the UCL, CL, or LCL of the control chart.
BUS515 week 6 Discussion 2
"Six Sigma and Acceptance Sampling" Please respond to the following:
Using the Six Sigma Approach (DMAIC), provide an example situation that utilizes the five-step plan, and determine three to four challenges you may encounter using this approach. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Using acceptance sampling, propose a situation in which you would be forced to utilize both the consumer’s risk and the producer’s risk, and then justify key usages of both within an industry of your choice. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.


BUS515 week 6 Assignment 2
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Students, please view the "Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment" video in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.
Assignment 2: Vice President of Operations, Part 2
Due Week 6 and worth 280 points
Refer to the scenario from Assignment 1.
Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you:
1.      Evaluate two to four (2-4) weaknesses that are evident in the selected organization’s product life cycle. Generate a new product design and product selection, and then determine three (3) strategies that the organization needs in order to strengthen the operation. Provide support for the rationale.
2.      Determine the key components of supply chain management for the company you have selected.  Determine three (3) major issues that could affect the structuring, sourcing, purchasing, and the supply chain of your organization. Provide a solution to each issue.
3.      Develop a total quality management tool that identifies and analyzes any future issues. Provide a rationale for developing the selected tool. 
4.      Analyze three (3) advantages in employing the just-in-time philosophy in your organization. Evaluate three to five (3-5) means in which the philosophy could potentially impact quality assurance. Provide specific examples to support your response.
5.      Determine a qualitative and quantitative forecasting method for your operation. Next, create a table in which you identify the characteristics of the operation that relate to each method. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each method.
6.      Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not quality as academic resources.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
·         Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
·         Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. 
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
·         Determine the key components of supply chain management including structuring, sourcing, purchasing, and managing the supply chain.
·         Examine how the total quality management process is a strategy for a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
·         Identify the key elements of just-in-time manufacturing and its impact on quality assurances.
·         Develop a forecasting method appropriate to a production or service operation.
·         Use technology and information resources to research issues in operations management.
·         Write clearly and concisely about operations management using proper writing mechanics.
Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills. Click here to access the rubric for this assignment.




BUS515 week 7 Discussion 1

"Capacity Planning" Please respond to the following:

Analyze two or three differences between design capacity and effective capacity, and then predict one or two challenges that you may encounter when using each method. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Using the three-step process found in the textbook, formulate a situation in which you must make a capacity planning decision. Provide three positive and three negative events that may occur during the process in question.


BUS515 week 7 Discussion 2

"Layout Planning" Please respond to the following:

Using the three steps found in the textbook for designing process layouts, critique a poor layout plan in your area and analyze two to three challenges you observed in the use of the poor layout plan. Then, develop a comprehensive plan to mitigate each challenge that you identified.
Determine key layout variables that you consider to be particularly important at your current or past employment location, and then describe three advantages and three disadvantages evident in the layout you observed.


BUS515 week 7 Homework



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Problem 2
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A manufacturer of printed circuit boards has a design capacity of 1000 boards per day. The effective capacity, however, is 700 boards per day. Recently, the production facility has been producing 950 boards per day. Compute the design and effective capacity utilization measures.
(Round your answers to 1 decimal place, the tolerance is +/-0.1.)
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Problem 4
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The town barber shop can accommodate 35 customers per day. The manager has determined that if two additional barbers are hired, the shop can accommodate 80 customers per day. What are the design and effective capacities for the barber shop?
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Problem 6

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The design and effective capacities for a local emergency facility are 300 and 260 patients per day, respectively. Currently the emergency room processes 250 patients per day.

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Compute the design and effective capacity utilization measures.
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What do the design and effective capacity utilization measures tell you?
The utilization rates show that the facility’s current output is
its design and effective capacities.

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Problem 6
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Gator Office Systems has interviewed managers in order to develop the from–to matrix:



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A better layout has been proposed for Gator Office Supplies:
Compute the ld score for Gator Office Supplies' current and proposed layouts.
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Problem 8
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David's Sport Supplies is a store that sells sports equipment and gear for teenagers and young adults. David's is in the process of assigning the location of storage areas in its warehouse to minimize the number of trips made to retrieve needed items.
Given in the table below are the departments that need to be located, the number of trips made per week for each department, and the area needed by each department.


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5. Sports clothes
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Which location scheme is the best?

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Problem 10

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MMS Associates is a telecommunications service provider. The company is currently redesigning its main office to accommodate six newly hired salespeople. Some of the salespeople are expected to work in teams, so office assignments are very important. The table below presents the from–to matrix showing the expected frequency of contacts between members of the new sales staff.

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This block plan shows the assigned office locations for the six sales members.
Michael Marc, the President of MMS Associates, is considering an alternative plan:

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What is the ld score for this plan?
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How does it compare to the original plan considered?
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BUS515 week 8 Discussion 1
"Work System Design" Please respond to the following:
Describe one of the worst jobs you believe you have encountered, and speculate on why people are still attracted to this job. Create a redesign plan for this job which focuses on improved productivity.
Evaluate a compensation system of your choice in terms of how the compensation reinforces the behaviors needed to meet the company’s objective. Next, propose three improvements to the compensation system based on your evaluation.

BUS515 week 8 Discussion 2
"Project Management" Please respond to the following:
Using the four steps in network planning techniques, select a personal project that you have recently completed or are in the process of completing. Determine three to five challenges that could affect the estimated completion time.
Defend the determination of crashing a non-critical activity in your personal project network. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.

BUS515 week 8 Homework


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Problem 6
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The Arkade Company has decided to use a 15 percent allowance factor based on job time. Calculate the standard time for each work element and for the total job. The frequency equals 1 for all work elements.

(Round your answers to 3 decimal places, the tolerance is +/-0.002.)
Work Element
Mean Observed Time (minutes)
Perfomance Rating Factor
ST
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The Arkade Company is considering switching to a 15 percent allowance based on time worked. Calculate the new standard time for each work element and for the total job. The frequency equals 1 for all work elements.

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Work Element
Mean Observed Time (minutes)
Perfomance Rating Factor
ST
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1.20
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Problem 10
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The Arkade Company used a 15 percent allowance factor based on job time and 15 percent allowance based on time worked.

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Problem 4
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Using the following project information, choose the right network diagram.
Activity

Optimistic Time
Estimate(weeks)

Most Likely Time
Estimates (weeks)

Pessimistic Time
Estimates (weeks)

Immediate
Predecessor(s)
A

3

6

9

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B

3

5

7

A
C

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7

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A
D

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8

10

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E

5

10

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F

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4

5

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Using the following project information, calculate the variance for each of the project activities.
Activity

Optimistic Time
Estimate(weeks)

Most Likely Time
Estimates (weeks)

Pessimistic Time
Estimates (weeks)

Immediate
Predecessor(s)
A

3

6

9

none
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3

5

7

A
C

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7

12

A
D

4

8

10

B
E

5

10

16

C
F

3

4

5

D,E
G

3

6

8

D,E
H

5

6

10

F
I

5

8

11

G
J

3

3

3

H,I
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Using the following project information
Activity

Optimistic Time
Estimate(weeks)

Most Likely Time
Estimates (weeks)

Pessimistic Time
Estimates (weeks)

Immediate
Predecessor(s)

Variance

Expected Time
(weeks)
A

3

6

9

none

1.000

6.00
B

3

5

7

A

0.444

5.00
C

4

7

12

A

1.778

7.33
D

4

8

10

B

1.000

7.67
E

5

10

16

C

3.361

10.17
F

3

4

5

D,E

0.111

4.00
G

3

6

8

D,E

0.694

5.83
H

5

6

10

F

0.694

6.33
I

5

8

11

G

1.000

8.00
J

3

3

3

H,I

0.000

3.00
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BUS515 week 9 Discussion 1
"Inventory Management" Please respond to the following:
Analyze the purpose of inventory management as it applies to operations management, and then evaluate the advantages and disadvantages evident in the use of the ABC classification system.
Suggest a situation in which safety stock must be utilized, and then determine how the organization should decide on the reorder point when using this methodology.

BUS515 week 9 Discussion 2
"Aggregate Planning" Please respond to the following:
Illustrate, using one example, a situation that utilizes aggregate planning, and then determine which level (chase or hybrid) should be used by the organization in the situation you have illustrated. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Compare and contrast two or three aggregate plans for companies with tangible products against aggregate plans for companies with nontangible products. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.


BUS515 week 9 Assignment 3 ppt
Click the link above to submit this assignment.
Students, please view the "Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment" video in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.
Assignment 3: Vice President of Operations, Part 3
Due Week 9 and worth 320 points
Using the same scenario from Assignment 1, present the following findings to your Chief Executive Officer.
Create a presentation in a common format (PowerPoint or a similar program) with a minimum of twenty (20) slides and corresponding speaker notes in which you:
1.      Determine which statistical technique you will employ to measure the quality characteristics of your organization. Provide examples to support the rationale.
2.      Analyze the current facility location, and then use the three-step procedure to determine a new location.
3.      Analyze the key concepts related to capacity planning and facility location for the new location.
4.      Examine the current work system design, and determine your organization’s selected feasibility in the job design (i.e., technical, economic, behavioral). Assess key elements of the rationale in the work design competitive advantage.
5.      Using the method analysis described in the textbook, defend the new change implementation process and the rationale for the change of method.
6.      Develop a diagram showing network planning techniques, in which you use the program evaluation and review technique (PERT) and the critical path method (CPM).
7.      Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not quality as academic resources.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
·         Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
·         Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. 
·         Include corresponding speaker notes for each slide included in the presentation.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
·         Apply descriptive statistics to measure quality characteristics.
·         Analyze the key concepts related to capacity planning and facility location.
·         Examine the key elements of work system design, the project life cycle, and project management.
·         Use technology and information resources to research issues in operations management.
·         Write clearly and concisely about operations management using proper writing mechanics.
Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills. Click here to access the rubric for this assignment.





BUS515 week 10 Discussion 1
"Resource Planning" Please respond to the following:
From the e-Activity, analyze three to four benefits of the ERP, and then select an ERP vendor. Determine two or three factors that contributed to the selected vendor having improved productivity.
Compare and contrast independent and dependent demand, and then provide three to four advantages and disadvantages that are evident in both. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
BUS515 week 10 Discussion 1
"Scheduling" Please respond to the following:
Using the priority rules steps, propose a situation where you must utilize priority rules. Determine the effectiveness of priority rules in the situation you have selected. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.
Select an industry, and then discuss any bottleneck challenges you have witnessed in that specific industry. Suggest two to four methods in which those challenges can be mitigated by operations managers using the Optimized Production Technology (OPT) principles defined by Eli Goldratt.

BUS515 week 10 Homework


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Flora’s Fabulous Fountains’ (FFF) top product is its Model A. Which of the following product structure trees for the Model A is true?
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Problem 8
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Flora is preparing for her busy season and is building 2500 Model A fountains. Calculate the gross requirements for each component assuming that there is no beginning inventory.

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Immediate Parent
Usage per Parent
A
none
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B
A
2
C
A
1
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A
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E
A
2
F
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E
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M
F
3
N
F
6
O
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2
P
K
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Q
K
2

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Calculate the minimum replenishment time to build 2500 Model A fountains given the following beginning inventories.

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Problem 18
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Marvin’s Beach Cleaners is responsible for keeping the beach clean. Marvin estimates that he needs three people on Monday and Tuesday; four people on Wednesday and Thursday; five people on Saturday and Sunday and six people on Friday. Contractually, Marvin is required to give each employee two consecutive days off during the week. Assume that workers #2 and #4 asked Marvin to get one of their days off on Tuesday, workers #3 and #6 - on Wednesday, worker #1 - on Monday, and Marvin agreed. Develop a workforce schedule for Marvin to use.
Employee
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
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Problem 20
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Cathy’s Coney Islands operates seven days per week. Demand is relatively constant during the week and tails off on the weekend. She estimates that she needs five employees Monday through Friday, two employees on Saturday and three employees on Sunday. Employee #4 has one of his days off on Tuesday, employee #5 - on Thursday, employee #6 - on Friday and employee #3 - on Sunday. She is committed to giving each employee two consecutive days off during the week. Develop a workforce schedule for Cathy.
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Problem 22
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Bill’s Bar & Grill is open seven nights a week. Business is busiest on Thursday when there is a concert in the park across the street. Bill wants a workforce schedule that allows each employee two consecutive days off each week. He believes that he needs four employees on Tuesday and Saturday; five employees on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; six employees on Thursday and Sunday. Employees #1 and #5 asked him to have one of their days off on Monday; employees #3, #4 and #6 asked for one of their days off on Tuesday, Sunday and Thursday respectively. Bill agreed. Develop a workforce schedule for Bill.
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BUS515 week 11 Discussion 1
"Operations Management" Please respond to the following:
Explain how this course has impacted your knowledge in operations management, and then determine which areas significantly affected your understanding on how operations strategy supports the business strategy.
BUS515 week 11 Discussion 1
"Operations Manager" Please respond to the following:
Explain three challenges that are present in an operations manager’s role, and then determine key methods in which you would mitigate those challenges. Provide specific examples to support your rationale.

BUS515 week 11 FINAL EXAM 1 and 2


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