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Chapter 13- Part B Aggregate Planning

# Chapter 13- Part B Aggregate Planning - Planning...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/5/10 Chapter 13- Part B Aggregate  Planning Suman Niranjan

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1/5/10 Trial and Error Technique Simple tables and graphs They are not necessarily optimal aggregate  planning Two types of graphs are used Period-by-period breakdown Cumulative graph The examples and all the other problems in this  chapter 13 use several assumptions Capacity, demand, cost, feasibility, inventories etc.
1/5/10 Trial and Error Technique The number of workers available in any period is  calculated as follows: The amount of inventory at the end of a given period is  calculated as follows: The average inventory for a period is equal to

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1/5/10 Trial and Error Technique
1/5/10 Example 1 Planners for a company that makes several  models of skateboards are about to prepare the

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1/5/10 Example 1 Solution
1/5/10 Example 1 Costs

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1/5/10 Example 2 After reviewing the plan developed in the  preceding example, planners have decided to  develop an alternative plan. They have learned
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