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fall 10_study guide for exam 2

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BusM 361, Fall 2010 Sections 2 & 4 (Wallin): Study Guide for Exam #2 This exam is worth 80 points. There are 40 multiple choice questions worth 2 points each. The exam is closed book. You may take a non-programmable calculator into the exam. You may also write on the exam. The exam will cover the following topics: Qualitative questions JIT/lean philosophy (push vs. pull, the Toyota Production System, sources of waste) Benefits of lean systems (e.g., When moving from push to pull, what happens to inventory? Quality levels? Flexibility? etc) Design of lean systems o Facility layout o Working with suppliers Lean services Use of a Kanban system Learning curve theory Capacity management decisions o short, intermediate, long-range planning
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Unformatted text preview: o capacity utilization o capacity focus o capacity flexibility Services vs. manufacturing in making capacity decisions Product/process matrix Quantitative questions Learning curve calculations Capacity utilization rate Capacity of a system in terms of o Maximum output o Costs o Profit o Bottleneck identification (capacity at each step) Break-even analysis Assembly line balancing o Cycle time o Theoretical minimum # of workstations o Assigning tasks o Efficiency and idle time Attached formulas and the learning curve Unit Improvement Factor table will be provided. Formulas C = Production time/day N t = T Efficiency = T Required output/day C N a C Y x = Kx n...
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