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Ch_11_sample_questions - Chapter 11 Aggregate Sales and...

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Aggregate Sales and Operations Planning True/False 1. The aggregate operations plan translates annual and quarterly business plans into broad labor and output plans for the intermediate term of 3 to 18 months. Level: Easy Ans: T Goal: 1 3. The aggregate operations plan differs in virtually every aspect in service organizations as contrasted with manufacturing organizations. Level: Easy Ans: F Goal: 2 5. Aggregate sales and operations planning occurs in a company about every 3 to 18 months. Level: Easy Ans: F Goal: 1 7. Accurate medium-range planning increases the likelihood of operating within the limits of a budget. Level: Easy Ans: T Goal: 1 9. The International Aggregate Planning Society (IAPS) has developed aggregate operations planning guidelines which are followed by a majority of manufacturing firms. Level: Easy Ans: F Goal: 1 11. The sales and operations planning process is made up of a variety of analytical techniques which interact to produce short and intermediate term goals. Level: Medium Ans: F Goal: 1 13. The aggregate operations plan should not be updated but should be followed precisely until the planning horizon has passed. Level: Easy Ans: F Goal: 2 15. Backordering costs incurred in producing a given product type in a given time period are relevant aggregate operations planning costs. Level: Easy Ans: T Goal: 2 17. Costs incurred in hiring, training and laying off personnel are considered relevant aggregate operations planning costs. Level: Medium Ans: T Goal: 2 19. The widespread adoption of computing technology has led to the virtual abandonment of simple cut-and-try charting and graphical methods to develop aggregate operations plans. Level: Easy
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Ch_11_sample_questions - Chapter 11 Aggregate Sales and...

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