BUS 644
Ashford University - BUS 644
  • 2 Pages BUS 644 WEEK SIX DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
    BUS 644 WEEK SIX DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

    School: Ashford University

    Complete Problem 1 on pages 782-783 in your text. Determine the critical path for the four cases. Clearly label the analysis. Explain your analysis in 200 words. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. For each of the following network diagr

  • 5 Pages BUS644ASS1
    BUS644ASS1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Home-Style Cookies -1Home Style Cookies Jeffrey Lehart Ashford University BUS 644 Operations Management Dr. Gail June 24, 2012 Home-Style Cookies -2Home-Style Cookies Briefly describe the cookie production process. The Baking Company uses a processing sys

  • 2 Pages BUS 644--Hi Ho Yo Yo---3
    BUS 644--Hi Ho Yo Yo---3

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Hi Ho Yo Yo BUS 644: Operations Management Hi-Ho Yo Yo, Inc, is an organization that customizes logos for yo yos. Currently they are beginning to see an issue with rising orders and they wish to continue to meet there order process deadlines. In this pape

  • 2 Pages BUS 644--HIYOHI YO--2
    BUS 644--HIYOHI YO--2

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Hi-Ho Yo-Yo, Inc. BUS644 Hi-Ho Yo-Yo, Inc. is a manufacturing company that specializes in logos for yo-yos. This company has several orders that need to be filled for the month of July. The company would like to meet their deadlines. To figure out the bes

  • 2 Pages BUS 644--WEEK4--Harvey Industries Case
    BUS 644--WEEK4--Harvey Industries Case

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Harvey Industries Case Operations Management BUS 644 This paper is the study of Harvey Industries, a Wisconsin company that specializes in the manufacture of high-pressure washer systems and the sale of repair parts for these systems. The trust department

  • 2 Pages BUS 644--Week3--HelloWalmart
    BUS 644--Week3--HelloWalmart

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Hello, Wal-Mart BUS 644 The Hello, Wal-Mart scenario is quite similar to situations that have been encountered in cities throughout the United States where the building of a Wal-Mart has been proposed. This is, in fact, the very situation in Auburn, CA. W

  • 2 Pages BUS 644-WEEK3
    BUS 644-WEEK3

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    In 1985, Wal-Mart's founder Sam Walton said, Something must be done by all of us in the retailing and manufacturing areas to reverse this serious threat of overseas imports to our free enterprise systemOur company is firmly committed to the philosophy by

  • 2 Pages BUS 644--WEEK2--Design of Work Systems
    BUS 644--WEEK2--Design Of Work Systems

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Design of Work Systems Design of Work Systems What changes in the work situation might account for the increase in productivity and the decrease in controllable rejects? The change in the work situation that might account for the increase in productivity

  • 4 Pages BUS 644-Supply Chain
    BUS 644-Supply Chain

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

  • 3 Pages BUS644 Week 1 Paper
    BUS644 Week 1 Paper

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Midas 1 Midas Robert Baca BUS644: Operations Management Prof. Jamal Batta January 20th 2014 Midas 2 References Blomberg Businessweek. "Financial Statements for apple inc (AAPL)."Businessweek.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Jan. 2014. <http:/investing.businessweek

  • 6 Pages BUS644 Week 4 Paper
    BUS644 Week 4 Paper

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Beck 1 Beck Manufacturing and Plant Capacity Robert Baca BUS644: Operations Management Prof. Jamal Batta February 10th 2014 Beck 2 Beck Manufacturing and Plant Capacity Introduction Al Beck, the president of manufacturing, wants to determine the capacity

  • 11 Pages BUS644 Final Paper
    BUS644 Final Paper

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Furniture 1 Space Age Furniture Company Robert Baca BUS644: Operations Management Prof. Jamal Batta February 24th 2014 Furniture 2 Space Age Furniture Company Introduction Space Age Furniture Company manufactures tables and cabinets to hold microwave oven

  • 2 Pages BUS 644--Inventory Control
    BUS 644--Inventory Control

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Bus644 Week 4 Assignment Inventory Control: Harvey Industries Inventory management is a core operations management activity. Good inventory management is important for the successful operation of most businesses and their supply chain. Operations, marketi

  • 2 Pages BUS 644-HOMESTYLECOOKIES--WEEK 1
    BUS 644-HOMESTYLECOOKIES--WEEK 1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Home Style Cookies BUS 644 Operations Management Week 1 Assignment 1 The production process for this small town cookie company is called a batch processing system (Stevenson, 2009). The batch processing system is basically used when a moderate volume of g

  • 1 Page BUS 644--Hi Ho Yo Yo--1
    BUS 644--Hi Ho Yo Yo--1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Hi Ho Yo Yo, Inc. Case Help Hi Ho Yo Yo, Inc, is a manufacturing company specializing in custom logo's for yo yo's. They currently have an influx of orders for July and would like to continue to meet current deadlines. In order to evaluate the best course

  • 5 Pages BUS 644 WEEK FOUR ASSIGNMENT.doc
    BUS 644 WEEK FOUR ASSIGNMENT.doc

    School: Ashford University

    Harvey Industries, in recent years, has met with financial difficulties, especially for car wash owners. This seems to stem from poor inventory control methods. It appears that their current inventory method at Harvard industries consists of orders for st

  • 2 Pages BUS 644 WEEK TWO DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
    BUS 644 WEEK TWO DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

    School: Ashford University

    PlantCapacity A small building contractor has recently experienced two successive years in which work opportunities exceeded the firms capacity. The contractor must now make a decision on capacity for next year. Estimated profits under each of the two pos

  • 3 Pages BUS 644 WEEK TWO ASSIGNMENT
    BUS 644 WEEK TWO ASSIGNMENT

    School: Ashford University

    Making Hotplates The changes in the work situation that might account for the increase in productivity and the subsequent decrease in controllable defects are the redesign of the work flow and the increase in the work responsibility assigned to each worke

  • 2 Pages BUS 644 WEEK ONE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
    BUS 644 WEEK ONE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

    School: Ashford University

    It is sometimes easy to overlook the importance of productivity. National figures are often reported in the media. They may seem to be ho-hum; theres nothing glamorous about them to get our attention. But make no mistake; they are key economic indicatorsb

  • 4 Pages BUS 644 WEEK ONE ASSIGNMENT
    BUS 644 WEEK ONE ASSIGNMENT

    School: Ashford University

    Home-style Cookies The cookie production process is fairly simplistic. It is first begun once the Company receives an order from a distributor and then said order is inputted into the computer which makes the determination of the correct amount of ingredi

  • 6 Pages BUS 644 WEEK THREE ASSIGNMENT
    BUS 644 WEEK THREE ASSIGNMENT

    School: Ashford University

    Owners of small businesses located nearby. I am going to begin with the cons of Wal-Mart moving into any community. Wal-Mart will run small businesses out of business simply because people will flock to them and change their buying patterns simply because

  • 1 Page BUS 599 WEEK THREE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
    BUS 599 WEEK THREE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

    School: Ashford University

    Write a four paragraph answer, citing the text, to Suppose you own stock in a company. The current price is $25. Another company has just announced that it wants to buy your company and will pay $35 per share to acquire all the outstanding stock. Your com

  • 1 Page BUS 644 WEEK FOUR DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
    BUS 644 WEEK FOUR DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

    School: Ashford University

    Read Service operations often face more difficulty in planning than their manufacturing counterparts. However, service does have certain advantages that manufacturing often does not. Explain service planning difficulty, and the advantages and disadvantage

  • 1 Page BUS 644 CHARTS
    BUS 644 CHARTS

    School: Ashford University

    Forecast Product1 Week 15 Forecast Product2 99 42 16 102.5(103) 43 17 42 106 18 109.5(110) 43 19 42 113 Forecast for Weeks 15-19 Week Product One Product Two 15 99 42 16 103 43 17 106 42 18 110 43 19 113 42

  • 2 Pages BUS 644 HOMESTYLE
    BUS 644 HOMESTYLE

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Home-Style Cookies BUS 644 Operations Management Home Style Cookies Briefly describe the cookie production process. The cookie production process is called a batch processing system. According to the text; batch processing is used when a moderate value of

  • 6 Pages BUS644 Week 5 Paper
    BUS644 Week 5 Paper

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Operations Management

    Alliance 1 Alliance Supermarket and Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems Robert Baca BUS644: Operations Management Prof. Jamal Batta February 17th 2014 Alliance 2 Alliance Supermarket and Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems Introduction Alliance Supermarket has been using

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