UGBA 10 Module 4 lecture 4 - In a PERT chart, the minimum...

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In a PERT chart, the minimum time to complete is A. The sum of the longest nodes at each time period B. The sum of the shortest nodes of each time period C. The sum of all the nodes on the chart D. The sum of the shortest nodes on the chart Adopting “Just in Time” delivery of components involves the avoidance of various “evils” all except which one? A. Cost of carrying inventory B. Risk of obsolescence C. Designing a product customers don’t want D. Risk of “spoilage” _____________________________________________________________________________ _ Moving from manufacturing operations to service operations 1. Disney is world class leader in the services a. Variability i. Service is different time from the last time b. Inseparability i. The server is the service 1. imagine that you really liked UGBA 10 and you tell your family members how much you like it. On the other hand, that you really hate the fact that the lectures are taught by a snobby guy. The service is UGBA 10 and the server is Mr. Robinson.
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This note was uploaded on 07/21/2009 for the course UGBA 10 taught by Professor Xuanmingsu during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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UGBA 10 Module 4 lecture 4 - In a PERT chart, the minimum...

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